our corner shop's owned by a white scottish person but people call it the paki shop.
We have the opposite. The shop at the corner of our street is owned by a pair of Asian brothers and has been for over ten years. Prior to that it was owned by a local guy called Tam Campbell aka TC.
Everyones still refers to the shop as Top Cats.
Two other corner shops in the town are still referred to as Duncans and McCullochs even though those old dudes are long retired and sold their business to Asian familys over 20 years ago.
People just don't like change.
colloquially a "packie."
When I was a kid, a "packie" was the alternative option to either a school dinner or going home for your lunch. It invariably contained chopped pork, a Ski yoghurt and a Kwenchy Kup.