18 Best Croissants In Singapore – Where To Find The Best Buttery & Flaky Croissants

Singapore best croissants

Buttery, flaky and absolutely delicious, a good croissant is a real treat. This classic French pastry is easily one of the most recognizable symbols of France.

There are many excellent artisan bakeries which offer really good croissants in Singapore. It’s really nice that we don’t have to simply dream about heading to Paris for some really good pastries and croissants when there are such amazing options available in Singapore.

Now, make some time to try out these places. We hope you find your new favourites!

Alice Boulangerie Croissants


Conveniently located in the Tanjong Pagar, Alice Boulangerie is a space which we would consider to be relatively Nordic and minimalistic, with simple wooden and rattan furniture and classy pendant lamps. No frills about its decor, but most definitely cosy enough for some quiet me-time, a simple lunch meeting, a date and a wonderful spot to simply lay back and relax. With an impressive culinary and baking team, you are set for great food and bakes.

From the classic plain Croissant, to Pain Au Chocolat, and their iconic bi-coloured croissants, it goes without saying that everyone comes to Alice Boulangerie for their famous croissants. You’d be sorry to leave without trying one!

Alice Boulangerie’s croissants come with the most gorgeous and on-point honeycomb structure. Absolutely stunning, flaky and buttery with every bite.

Alice Boulangerie
12 Gopeng St, #01-05/11 Icon Village
Singapore 078877
Tel: +65 8874 3300

Bakery Brera Almond Croissant


Located just behind Empress Road Food Centre, Bakery Brera is one of the most popular bakeries in Singapore which is known for freshly-made bread, croissants, cruffins and burnt cheese cake.

Helmed by passionate owners Jacky Chan and his wife, Thrina, Bakery Brera revolutionises the concept of neighbourhood bakeries. Gone are the days of overly-sweet yet flavourless sliced cakes and Swiss rolls!

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


The brainchild of famous baker, Dean Brettschneider, Baker & Cook is home to yummy buttery croissant, and pastries.

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 twelve outlets in Singapore and you can find them in many neighbourhoods in Singapore.

30C Loewen Rd, Singapore 248839
Tel: +65 6251 1098

Brotherbird croissants


Popular croissant bakery, Brotherbird Bakehouse offers an array of beautiful croissants including Rocher Croissant, Mentaiko Prawn Twice-Baked, and Churros Croissant.

Crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside, Brotherbird Bakehouse’s Croissants intrigue with their multi-flavoured creations.

Brotherbird Bakehouse
Raffles City Shopping Centre
252 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 179103
Daily: 11am – 9pm

Cedric Grolet Singapore croissantsPhoto credit: Cedric Grolet


World-renowned pastry chef Cédric Grolet is opening his first patisserie in Asia and it will be located at Como Orchard.

You have probably seen Cédric Grolet’s legendary croissants on social media before. Queues outside the Cédric Grolet Opéra regularly last for hours and you are lucky if you can get your hands on the croissants and pastries.

Open for breakfast and afternoon tea, dine-in or takeaway, Cédric Grolet Singapore will be offering a range of desserts, pastries, sandwiches and Singapore exclusives including a special tea menu.

Cédric Grolet Singapore
COMO Orchard
Bideford Rd, Singapore 229922

carpenter & cook almond croissant


Located in a quiet street along Lorong Kilat, Carpenter & Cook is a friendly and homely neighbourhood bakery cafe which doles out some really delicious croissants. In particular, their Almond Croissant was an absolute delight to bite into with a crunchy, almond-topped exterior. Then when you hit the pastry, it’s so decadent and buttery that you just can’t stop eating!

They are one of the OG bakery cafes in Singapore and it’s not hard to figure out why they have been around for so many years.

Carpenter and Cook
19 Lorong Kilat
#01-06 Singapore

Crown Bakery Croissant


Nestled amongst residences at Bukit Timah is Crown Bakery & Cafe. Established in 2015, Crown Bakery & Cafe offered bread and bakes made with the very best of ingredients from all around the globe. This includes Hokkaido Kitanokaori flour, German sourdough and the creamiest French butter; no artificial flavours or ingredients at all!

Despite it being but a plain pastry, Crown Bakery & Cafe’s Croissant is packed with the taste of fresh butter. The layers fall apart upon biting into it and it is deliciously flaky and flavourful.

Crown Bakery & Cafe
557 Bukit Timah Road
#01-03 Crown Centre
Singapore 269694
Tel: +65 6463 3066

Enjoué Bakery Pastries


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! The almond croissant from this under-the-radar bakery is sweet, super buttery and flaky—hallmarks of a great croissant.

Enjoué Bakery
29 International Business Park Road
#01-2a&2b, Acer Building
Tel: 9191 6145

Keong Saik Bakery Sor Hei


Known for its amazing array of modern pastries and cakes with local flavours, Keong Saik Bakery has opened its second outlet at Chip Bee Gardens, next to RedMan Gourmand at the end of Jalan Merah Saga.

From the classic French Butter Croissant, to Black Sesame Croissant, Rocher Croissant and its crowd-pleaser Sor Hei pastry, you can certainly find something that suits your taste bud.

44 Jln Merah Saga, #01-42
Singapore 278116

La Levain Croissants


Located at 23 Hamilton Road near Jalan Besar and Lavender, La Levain is a new bakery cafe by pastry chef, Wythe Ng who used to work at Keong Saik Bakery & Bakery Brera.

Other than the classic bakes, La Levain also has an array of Double Baked Croissants such as Hojicha Mochi Croissant, Burnt Cheese Croissant as well as its signature Bo Bo Cha Cha Croissant.

La Levain
23 Hamilton Road
Singapore 209193

Le Matin Patisserie Pastries


Helmed by Chef Mohamed Al-Matin who has previously worked at Noma, Restaurant Andre, Black Star Pastry, Zumbo, Le Matin Patisserie has recently opened a flagship outlet at ION Orchard.

Le Matin Patisserie serves top-notch French pastries including their signature croissants, Kougn Amann, and Pain Au Chocolat. Chocolate lovers will love the Pain Au Chocolat which was stuffed with Valrhona dark chocolate and came with a molten chocolatey center.

2 Orchard Turn, B2-49 ION ORCHARD
Singapore 238801
Tel: +65 8030 7303

croissant plain mother dough


This Muslim-run bakery serves one of the best croissants in Singapore. With a extra-crispy exterior, the inside of Mother Dough’s croissant is beautifully layered. It tastes distinctly of creamy butter with a hint of salt.

Mother Dough also serves delicious almond croissants such as their Almond Chocolate Croissant that is spiced with a bit of cinnamon. They’re super delicious and indulgent pastries you can’t resist sinking your teeth into!

Mother Dough
749 North Bridge Road #01-01
Singapore 198717

patisserie g final croissant crop


Homegrown patisserie, Patisserie G is known for their stellar pastries, desserts as well as excellent cups of coffee. This flaky croissant is a picture-perfect rendition of this French classic.

Patisserie G
9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-40 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

classic croissant petit pain


A small batch bakery in Joo Chiat, Petit Pain is quite possibly one of the most famous croissant shops in Singapore. There is a perpetual long queue outside the bakery every day for their croissants.

Petit Pain’s 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

Sugar Thieves croissants


A hidden patisserie along Kreta Ayer, Sugar Thieves has been steadily growing its fanbase over the years, not just for its pretty cakes but their ever-changing seasonal mini croissant flavours. Think Houjicha, Hokkaido Milk, Mao Shan Wang Durian and even Truffle Parmesan Croissants.

Sugar Thieves
Blk 333, #01-23
Kreta Ayer Road
Singapore 080333

Tiong Bahru Bakery


A household name for croissants, viennoiserie, pastries, Tiong Bahru Bakery needs no introduction. Apart from their already sinful buttery plain croissant is their signature Kouign-amann. Just a bite will send you spiralling, craving for seconds (and thirds).

56 Eng Hoon St, #01-70
Singapore 160056
Tel: +65 6220 3430

The Bread Rack counter


The Bread Rack is an artisan bakery cafe near Serangoon and Kovan which specialises in freshly-baked sourdough, croissants and baguette.

We had the Butter Croissant (S$3.8) and Almond Croissant (S$4.8). The crisp layers flaked away nicely as you bit into the super buttery and airy croissants.

The Bread Rack certainly has one of the best croissants you can get in Singapore.

The Bread Rack
9 Yio Chu Kang Rd
#01-55, Space@Kovan 545523
Tel: +65 8875 5407

Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie Bread


The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie is a new French bakery which specialises in viennoiserie—the ‘bridge’ between pâtisserie and French bread.

The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie’s executive baker & owner, Elaine graduated from Le Cordon Bleu Tokyo and she worked in a French-Japanese bakery in Singapore before starting out The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie on her own.

The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie’s Classic French Croissant is excellent. It is light and airy on the inside and crispy on the outside. Definitely one of the best croissants we’ve had in Singapore. We also love their Almond Croissant and Kouign-amann.

The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie
16 Hamilton Road, #01-02
Singapore 209186