I recently visited Top Impression Bakery for their famous green tea croissant. The crisp and flaky layers, buttery moist pastry and generous green tea flavored custard filling is something you won't forget so easily.
The best croissant is to be had at The Church Cafe in Glenbrook made by a French lady by the name of Sarah. I’m talking about just croissant not with green tea or whatever else inside of it....just plain buttery and flaky croissant...nothing else needed.
We, who know a thing or two about real croissants and the French superb simplicity and excellent taste, do not appreciate Sydney "creativity' over the top. I mean, who appreciates croissant with rose petals squeezed out of something. And the unidentifiable stuff oozing out! To say nothing about ruby chocolate! Even on your photo it looks indigestible left in the paperbag on the table. Sydneysiders, don't be duped by whatever looks innovative and resembles French - it's in bad taste.