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Where are Perth's Best Croissants?

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Published April 20th 2013
Croissants - a French favourite

Croissants are a well know food item from France. They are very popular in Australia as part of a continental breakfast or delicious to eat at any time. Buttery and flaky, with a crescent shape, croissants can be served sweet of savoury. They can be found in many local bakeries and patisseries, but where are Perth's best croissants?

Image Courtesy of the Bakers Delights website
Traditional Croissant from Bakers Delight

[ADVERT]Le Croissant du Moulin, Patisserie, Boulangerie and Café, in Gooseberry Hill, is a lovely French bakery. All of their divine pastries, cakes and breads, including their yummy croissants, are made fresh daily.

The very popular Chez Jean-Claude Patisserie in Subiaco and Leederville sell a range of fresh tradition, chocolate, almond and savoury croissants.

Award Winning Jean Pierre Sancho Patisserie & Boulangerie has three great stores in Perth and Northbridge. Their range of cakes, pastries and breads are all made fresh daily and their croissants are especially good.

Have you tried La Galette de France, in either Nedlands and South Perth? These are fantastic French cafés and they make an assortment of tasty croissants including original, chocolate, almond and ham and cheese.

Image courtesy of the La Galette de France website
Almond Croissants from La Galette de France

Le Croissant on The Cove, in East Perth, is a popular breakfast spot where croissants are served with a bowl of hot chocolate for dipping.

Croissants Express stores are located all over Perth and the surrounding areas. They have a variety of sweet and savoury croissants on offer, all freshly baked.

Bakers Delight stores make light and buttery traditional or chocolate croissants that you can take home and enjoy anytime.

Image Courtesy of the Bakers Delight website
Chocolate Croissant from Bakers Delight

How about the Fremantle Bakehouse it's a friendly place on the Cappuccino Strip, or Patisserie La Vespa or Crema and Crumbs, both in South Fremantle.

There are just a few of the many quality patisseries, bakeries and cafes that have delicious croissants on the menu. If you know of any more please let us know - where are Perth's best croissants?
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Barrett's in Nedlands, - their croissants are huge and have the perfect ratio of crisp outer pastry to soft buttery pastry inside!
by katie (score: 0|4) 2837 days ago
Sense of Taste Mount Lawley
Made by French men and are really authentic
by p_rav (score: 0|2) 2836 days ago
La Galette cafe in Nedlands, on Broadway rd. The almond croissant is Yummmmm!
Emily k
by emily (score: 0|2) 2835 days ago
pat-a-cake at Kinross. Beautiful plain croissants! buttery deliciousness
by katm (score: 0|2) 2828 days ago
Le Papillon Patisserie at 274 Bulwer Street in perth has beautiful sweet and savory croissants. Their almond croissants are quite famous - for a very good reason!
by Slang (score: 1|68) 2537 days ago
Choux in Swanbourne - BY FAR some of the best croissants in Perth (apart from Jean Pierre Sancho, which are super flaky and delicious). Choux was originally owned by Emmanuel Mollois, who now runs Bistro des Artistes in Subiaco with the ex-owner of the Loose Box, Alain Fabregues. Choux was then passed onto its head pastry maker, and he does as good a job as Emmanuel did, worth a try. Their macarons and cakes are to die for!
by Mel Cann (score: 1|16) 2499 days ago

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