A flaky French Croissant is easily a crowd favorite and what better way to enjoy a croissant but with a slab of butter. With many bakers experimenting new and unique ways of creating their pastries, it comes as no surprise that the same treatment is also applied to croissant.
If you are looking to hunt down unique flavoured croissants in town, we have compiled a list of places that are worth giving it a shot…
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French and Japanese often comes to mind when desserts are involved. So, it’s only right to have a fusion of the two, in the form of Taiyaki. Unlike the typical Japanese fish-shaped cake stuffed with red-bean paste, this one is made of soft and buttery croissant pastry. The caramelised outer part gives you a crunch upon the first bite before the fluffy softness inside follows.
Location: Croissant Taiyaki,Level 1, Pavilion KL,
Red Velvet Croissant
The fiery red colour of the croissant alone is already screaming for attention. If that is not enough to convince you to give it a try, the creamy cheese filling at the first bite is bound to awaken your taste buds leaving you wanting more.
Dotty’s Pastries & Coffee Cafe TTDI KL
20-G, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2,
Taman Tun Dr. Ismail,
Molten Egg Yolk Croissant
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You can never go wrong with salted egg yolk. Which is why putting it in a croissant is a winning combination. Sold in two sizes – large and mini, the croissant is filled with warm, creamy egg-yolk custard. Watching the gooey goodness oozing out upon cutting open the croissant.
Location: Le Bread Days Bakery Cafe,68 Jalan SS2/72,Petaling Jaya.
Rose and Raspberry Croissant
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Nothing spells heaven like the amazing floral aroma from roses together with the sweet taste of raspberry. Topped with rose petals for garnishing, the gorgeous pastry is also accompanied by raspberry sauce on the side for that added sweetness.
Location:The Pantry,9 Lorong Kurau,Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
Source: FEMALE magazine Malaysia