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Nordic Bakery opens third London site

07 June 2012
Nordic Bakery opens third London site

London café brand Nordic Bakery has opened its third site in the city, on Dorset Street, near Baker Street.

The new site will cover 833 sq ft across the ground floor and basement, and will serve Scandinavian-style cinnamon buns and dark rye sandwiches.

Jali Wahlsten, co-owner of Nordic Bakery, said: "We'd been looking for a new location for our third café for a while and when this unit became available we knew that this was the perfect site. With other new interesting tenants and nearby developments, we believe that this area will go from strength to strength. This new location continues our desire to open more of our unique destinations in London."

Nordic Bakery's other central London locations are at Golden Square, Soho, and at New Cavendish Street, Marylebone.

By Neil Gerrard

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