Pritsch Bakery and pastry shop

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In the bakery and confectionery Pritsch tradition and modernity go hand in hand. Tried and tested recipes and fresh ideas provide a varied selection.

Pritsch is a fixed institution in the Hamburg bakery landscape. Since 1948, the ovens in the main branch in Papenhuder Straße have been running at full speed from early in the morning until late in the evening. The baking is done according to the rules of craftsmanship. The traditional machines in the bakery are operated by skilled hands and thus deliver the best results. New specialities and traditional pastries are balanced in the bakery and confectionery Pritsch. 

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