Tobacco smoked this, habanero infused that, deconstructed bone marrow something or another. Let’s get back to the basics, shall we?

Noble is a newly opened bakery and eatery serving up precisely that. You won’t come across a state-of-the-art kitchen lined with all the latest cooking tools, nor will you find a sleek countertop with equally modern décor sitting in front of it. What you will come across is a smell; a smell unlike any other.

Fresh bread.

Fresh Bread

Each of their loaves is handmade with organic flour, water, sea salt, and levain starter. That’s it. That’s all it takes to make the best slice you’ll ever bite into, no questions asked. Don’t be fooled, though. It takes their chefs an astonishing 36 hours to make just one of these, which is why you can only pick them up on either a Tuesday or Friday afternoon. Don’t worry, they’re lunch menu will tide you over on those off days.

From steamed purple asparagus drizzled with a sweet fig compote and shaved mozzarella to crispy slices smeared in a decadent pistachio and nutmeg paste, your tastebuds will be far from disappointed, as will your spirits. It’s so rare nowadays to encounter fine qualities and attributes like these in both the food that you’re eating, as well as in the service that you’re receiving. Within these four brick walls, you’re not just a number. You’re a name.

That’s what makes them noble, in every sense of the word.

Table and Chairs

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