The name of this “Old Pączki Shop” might be a bit of misnomer – while the Szczecin business was indeed established in 1989, which is as old as private Polish companies can get, it has only recently opened a Wrocław location – but it is already drawing huge commie-style queues any time of day. Walk down Świdnicka and you'll immediately know what we're talking about. Polish pączki (doughnuts with filling) are a national guilty pleasure, and the secret here is a larger-than-standard size and a staggering selection of non-orthodox fillings, which on a given day might include rhubarb, nutella, papaya, lemon, banana, or whatever else the baker thinks up. Baked fresh and served hot out of the oven, the sugary treats at this shop were nevertheless somewhat too artificial for our taste, but their sheer popularity might be enough for you to give them a try.
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Open 08:00 - 21:00, Sat, Sun 10:00 - 21:00.
ul. Stradomska 18