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Best Easter Eggs in Warsaw?

gdj67 15 | 154
19 Mar 2008 #1
I'll be there tomorrow, can anyone point me in the direction of a seriously good chocolate shop that sells chocolate eggs?


Surely I'm not the only one with a sweet tooth?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384
20 Mar 2008 #2
Surely I'm not the only one with a sweet tooth?

I'm sure you are not, but we don't have the Easter Egg tradition here. At least not big choccy eggs.
Mufasa 19 | 358
20 Mar 2008 #3
so the marmite pot has arrived, has he?

I have no idea what the street number is, or exactly where, but I saw the other day as I came into MarszaƂkowska street (not from the city centre side, but where it's still a one way next to the tremline on the way into the city centre) on the left hand side of the road there's a chocolaterie. haven't tried it yet - dangerous place for Muff to go to - but maybe they'll have some?
OP gdj67 15 | 154
20 Mar 2008 #4
Thanks Wrolclaw, I'd hoped that blikle would have some. I know it's not the tradition over there, but had been told that in Warsaw at least i'd be able to find some.

So I guess they where refering to the rubbish that is sold in Supermarkets like Mars or Twix

so the marmite pot has arrived, has he?

Wishful thinking - got my dates wrong. I get the early flight 8.30am tomorrow.


Forfour44 9 | 94
8 Feb 2010 #5
Feb 8, 10, 21:45 - Thread attached on merging:
Easter Eggs in Poland

Where can i buy real Easter Eggs in Poland. Like you get in the UK. Big chocolate eggs.
Cadburys creme eggs and so on. I want to buy all my family and friends some in Poland as they have never had them.

I love Easter in the UK lots of sweets and egg hunts.
EchoTheCat - | 137
8 Feb 2010 #6
You have to wait till March and then you can buy it in supermarkets. But don't expect there will be real chocolate eggs like you say. They will be rather smaller and just chocolate without filling. Sorry in Poland we prefer real eggs with glair and yolk ;)
polkamaniac 1 | 482
8 Feb 2010 #7
If you can't buy them---why not make them as soon as you arrive in the capital of Poland ;)
Forfour44 9 | 94
8 Feb 2010 #8
Thanks. I was thinking of trying to do that.

If i could buy some real Easter Eggs tho. Big ones. In the UK they are £3 so i know in Poland if they did sell them they would be around 30zlt or more.

I just missed easter lots last year. So this year i wanted to have a English-Polish Easter.

If you find out where i can buy any from please tell me.
cjj - | 281
8 Feb 2010 #9
I think you might find some in Tescos around Easter time. I've only looked once (hate Tescos) and it was too late -- no sign of creme eggs (maybe never in that particular store) and all the big eggs had suffered that fate which seems common for new things in Polish country supermarkets -- taken totally apart by shoppers who were behaving as if they'd never been inside a supermarket before (you can understand why some shops keep their goods behind the counter).

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