Donut Papi announces store closure

Donut Papi announces store closure

Pictured is a cabinet full of donuts at Donut Papi. Some have pink icing and rainbow sprinkles, while others have chocolate icing.

Sydney bakery Donut Papi has announced it will be closing its doors at the end of July.

The Marrickville institution had built a name for itself through inventive flavours and Asian-inspired doughnuts during its nine years of operation.

The announcement was made on Donut Papi’s Instagram page on June 13, with owner Kenneth Rodrigueza saying it’s a tough game out there.

“I am very proud of Donut Papi for making it to nine years and for obvious reasons why we are closing, I think we want to celebrate this little donut business of ours,” he wrote.

“We will be bringing back Donut Papi’s greatest hits every week until we close our doors.”

According to Concrete Playground Donut Papi first began in Redfern and forged a name for itself thanks to its wide-spanning doughnut selection that liked to push boundaries. This included calamansi poppyseed; pandan coconut and Thai milk tea; and even Mi Goreng.

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