1. Cała w Mące
at Forteca Kręgliccy on Wednesdays
Zakroczymska St 12
There is no need to introduce Monika Walecka to most of you here. She has stolen many hearts baking marvelous bread in a traditional way. You can regularly meet her at Forteca on Wednesdays. Soon she will open her bakery. To be precise, a workshop in Próchnika Street in Żoliborz. Follow her on Facebook. Monika conducts excellent workshops.
2. RANO Piekarnia Rzemieślnicza
Stalowa St 47
This bakery has been established by a group of friends and bread enthusiasts. The location is perfect: Stalowa Street in Praga, inside the bakery there is a huge table where you can eat whatever you have just bought. Apart from bread, we recommend delicious butter rolls and challah. Worth trying!
3. Holi Bread
This is our favourite bakery at Hala Mirowska – you will find here a wide range of bread including gluten-free bread. Seasonal fruit brioches are a blast. Buy a few because one may not be enough.
Hoża St 42
Sienna St 39
Koszykowa St 63
It is almost a chain shop now! Aromat has already three different venues. You can also drink fine coffee here. Try bread and French sweet pastries. Their sandwiches to go are exquisite!
5. Georgian Bakery
This type of bakery is getting more and more trendy these days. There is a growing number of Georgian bakeries with characteristic round ovens. You will get here warm bakery products which are perfect to eat straight away. Khachapuri with cheese and spinach is my favourite specialty.
Solec St. 81b (Arkady)
#A-20 (1st floor)
A small bakery in Powiśle. You can drop by and buy on-the-spot or order something in advance just to be sure you will get your favourite item. Follow their Facebook page. We recommend bread, especially rye bread with potatoes.
7. Brodzik Naturalnie
Wilcza St 29a
Andersa St 27
At “Dobrze” Cooperative Shop in Wilcza and Andersa Street, you will find a wide range of different types of bread (for example by Pochlebnie). But this time we would like to recommend you products by Brodzik Naturalnie —traditional, more Polish types of bread. Additionally, you can purchase lots of different items there.
Lipowa St 7a
Rydygiera St 9C
This place doesn’t need an introduction. Perfect for breakfast and it also has a well-stocked shop (although sometimes with horrific prices). Apart from bread, there are pasteis de nata (Portuguese sweet classics) and of course excellent gluten-free bread.
Chmielna St 21
Nowy Świat St 64
This option is for those who are on the run and visit shopping malls where Vincent has their stalls. One of them you will find at Hala Gwardii. French style, baguettes, loaves of bread, and sweet pastries.
10. Piwoński Bakery
Jana Pawła II Ave 38
A family enterprise with traditions offering classic bread. Thanks to the next generations the bakery is still flourishing and sells its traditional bakery products. My favourite type is boulted bread with fennel flower. But everyone will find here his favourite type.