11 Bakeries In Singapore With The Best Flaky, Buttery Croissants

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Trends come and go, just like the castella cake and froyo food fads. Better ones do come along, but sometimes all we want is a good ol’ croissant done well.

If you aren’t already on the bandwagon to suss out some of Singapore’s most buttery, flaky and absolutely delicious croissants, that’s fine. We’ve done you the favour of narroing down the really good croissants in Singapore so that any time you are sick of fads, you can turn to this classic French bread.

Whether it’s for breakfast, brunch or dessert, this list of 10 Bakeries with The Best Flaky Buttery Croissants in Singapore will satisfy you!

black sesame croissant au croissant


If you like quirky, fun flavours of croissants, hit up Au Croissant for their multi-coloured croissants. Think Purple Sweet Potato, Black Sesame, Banana Kaya and Gula Melaka croissants! They’re all bursting with flavour and dangerously addictive.

Just a stone’s throw away from Lavender MRT in Aperia Mall, this bakery might be just your new favourite with their perfectly golden-brown pastries.

Au Croissant
2 Kallang Avenue
#01-35 Aperia Mall
Singapore 339509
Mon to Sat: 7.30am – 7.30pm
Sun: 9.30am – 6.30pm
Nearest Station: Lavender
Bakery Brera Croissant Display


Tucked away in the residential areas of Farrer Road, Bakery Brera is home to several freshly-baked golden brown pastries including an array of buttery croissants.

From the classic Plain Croissants to their Sweet Almond Croissants and Pain Au Chocolat, they are slowly revolutionising the way people see neighbourhood bakeries.

Bakery Brera
#01-05, 8 Empress Road
Singapore 260008
Tel: +65 6492 5428
Tue to Sun: 7am – 7pm
(Closed on Mondays)
Nearest Station: Farrer Road

Baker & Cook Croissant Shot Outside


If you fancy a quiet brunch on a Sunday afternoon, Baker & Cook is the perfect place to unwind and pick up a buttery croissant, pastries and some coffee. The crisp layers of this croissant flake away nicely as you bite into it and it tastes buttery without being overly greasy!

Baker & Cook has several locations. Check out the full list here.

brotherbird croissants


Previously well-known for their sister brand Brotherbird Softserve & Co. that occupies a space with Stateland Cafe in Haji Lane, Brotherbird launched their signature Mochi Croissants back in 2018.

Crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside, Brotherbird Milk & Croissants intrigue with their multi-flavoured creations. Some of their flavours include Chocolate Hazelnut and their highly-raved about Boba Croissant.

CT Hub 2
114 Lavender Street, #01-05
Singapore 338729
Tel: +65 9296 4997
Wed to Mon: 8.30am – 3.30pm
(Closed on Tuesdays)
Nearest Station: Lavender

delifrance singapore croissant


Délifrance has recently hopped on the salted egg bandwagon, coming up with an oozy Salted Egg “Buo Luo” croissant. The savoury salted egg filling contrasts perfectly with the slightly sweet and buttery croissant. Délifrance is the place to go if you are looking for classics with a twist!

Délifrance has several outlets. Check out the full list here.

Enjoué Bakery Croissant


Not to be confused with the infamous Euphorique Bakery that has been embroiled in countless sagas on the internet, this is the original Enjoué Bakery that serves amazing freshly baked bread, tarts and yes, croissants! Their almond croissant is sweet, super buttery and flaky – hallmarks of a great croissant.

Read more about this gem of a bakery in Joo Chiat that we love.

Enjoué Bakery
174 Joo Chiat Road,
Singapore 427445
Tel: +65 6440 3028
(Closed on Mondays)
Tue to Sat: 8am – 4pm
Sun: 8am – 2pm
Nearest Station: Eunos


Merci Marcel Croissant


Don’t be deceived by Merci Marcel’s plain croissant! Despite its seemingly boring exterior, you can expect an airy, flaky and crisp croissant, baked with French butter. It’s served with a little raspberry jam on the side, providing a nice sweet and tangy contrast to the pastry.

Merci Marcel
56 Eng Hoon Street #01-68
Singapore 160056
Tel: +65 6224 0113
Mon: 8am – 11pm
Tue to Sat: 8am – 11.30pm
Sun: 8am – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Tiong Bahru

classic croissant petit pain


This seemingly-simple pastry was definitely the highlight of our trip down. Taking a painstaking 3 days to make, this croissant is certainly a labour of love we enjoyed to the fullest.

We love how the pastry had a slight saltiness from the sea salt added to it. It was certainly one of the best croissants we have ever tried in Singapore.

Petit Pain
315 Joo Chiat Road
Singapore 427566
Tue to Fri: 11am – 7pm
Sat & Sun: 10am – 7pm
(Closed on Mondays)
Nearest Station: Dakota

Sugar Thieves Houjicha Croissant


Relatively new to the bakery scene in Singapore, Sugar Thieves is steadily growing its fanbase, not just for its pretty cakes but their ever-changing seasonal croissant flavours. Think Houjicha, Hokkaido Milk, Mao Shan Wang Durian and even Truffle Parmesan Croissants.

You’ll find their croissants to be extremely addictive, so don’t say we didn’t warn you before you take that bite!

Sugar Thieves
Blk 333, #01-23
Kreta Ayer Road
Singapore 080333
Tel: +65 9850 4377
Wed to Sat: 12pm – 6pm
(Closed Sun – Tue)
Nearest Station: Outram Park

Croissants The Alley


Famous Taiwanese bubble tea chain The Alley had opened its biggest storefront in Singapore at Cineleisure a couple of months back. Along with their star-studded line of drinks, they have also released some scrumptious pastries including several kinds of cruffins and croissants!

Buttery, flaky and the perfect accompaniment to their drinks!

The Alley
8 Grange Road
Cineleisure Orchard Level 2
Singapore 239695
Daily: 12pm – 10pm
Nearest Station: Somerset

Tiong Bahru Bakery


Starting from the bottom and now a household name for all things baked and delicious is Tiong Bahru Bakery. Aside from their already sinful buttery plain croissant is their Pain Au Chocolat, bringing chocolate-filled croissants to a whole new level of decadent. Just a bite will send you spiralling, craving for seconds (and thirds).

Tiong Bahru Bakery has several outlets. Check out the full list here.