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Best croissants in Singapore

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Here are 15 best croissants in Singapore:

  1. Tiong Bahru Bakery – This artisan bakery serves one of the best croissants in Singapore. The pastry is flaky, buttery, and has a crispy crust. They have several outlets in Singapore, including one at Raffles City and Tangs Orchard.
  2. Brotherbird Coffeehouse – This coffeehouse serves delicious croissants with unique fillings such as salted egg yolk and s’mores. They have two outlets in Singapore, one at CT Hub and the other at Bali Lane.
  3. Maison Kayser – This French bakery chain in Singapore is known for its high-quality croissants, made with French flour and butter. They have several outlets, including one at Scotts Square and Raffles City.
  4. Asanoya Bakery – This Japanese bakery in Singapore serves delicious croissants that are soft, buttery, and flaky. They have outlets at Queen Street and Bukit Timah.
  5. Paul Bakery – This French bakery in Singapore is known for its authentic croissants that are freshly baked daily. They have several outlets, including one at Tangs Orchard and Marina Bay Sands.
  6. Tarte by Cheryl Koh – This bakery serves some of the best croissants in Singapore, made with premium French butter. They have an outlet at Shaw Centre.
  7. Plain Vanilla Bakery – This bakery serves delicious croissants that are flaky, buttery, and come in different flavours such as chocolate and almond. They have several outlets in Singapore, including one at Tiong Bahru and Holland Village.
  8. Cedele Bakery – This bakery chain in Singapore serves freshly baked croissants that are light, flaky, and buttery. They have several outlets, including one at Wheelock Place and Great World City.
  9. Bread Yard – This artisan bakery in Singapore serves delicious croissants made with premium butter and flour. They have an outlet at Fusionopolis.
  10. The Providore – This gourmet grocer and cafe in Singapore serves buttery and flaky croissants made with premium ingredients. They have several outlets, including one at Mandarin Gallery and Raffles Place.
  11. Konditori – This Swedish bakery in Singapore serves delicious croissants that are light, flaky, and buttery. They have an outlet at Raffles City.
  12. Joe & Dough – This coffee chain in Singapore serves freshly baked croissants that are light, flaky, and buttery. They have several outlets, including one at Marina Bay Financial Centre and Raffles City.
  13. Hattendo – This Japanese bakery in Singapore serves unique croissants that are stuffed with cream fillings such as matcha and azuki. They have an outlet at Tanjong Pagar.
  14. Artisan Boulangerie Co. – This artisan bakery in Singapore serves delicious croissants made with French flour and butter. They have several outlets, including one at Killiney Road and Great World City.
  15. Le Croissant Catering – This catering company in Singapore specializes in croissants and serves freshly baked croissants that are light, flaky, and buttery. They also offer delivery services.
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Hana Lim

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