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We love our bread, we love our butter, but most of all, we love croissants!

Flaky, buttery, and delicately layered. A well-made croissant can automatically jumpstart the day in the right direction and even turn a bad one into a spectacular one.

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A good croissant should tick all the boxes: buttery, flaky, perfect with a cup of coffee, and have you feeling like Emily in Paris. And we found just the best croissants in the Metro that do just that and will transport you to the streets of the Parisian. Oui oui croissant!

Butterboy Bakehouse

For a small price of 54, you can already get topnotch quality croissants from Butterboy Bakehouse. And though a classic butter croissant is probably enough to get your fix, if you’re feeling a bit more adventurous and want to try something new out, opt for their special croissants and savory croissants which include unique flavors such as Caldereta Croissant. They also have limited edition flavors you need to watch out for.

Butterboy Bakehouse Rainbow Croissant
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81 Basa Street 1105 Quezon City

Eric Kayser

Eric Kayser is a French artisan boulangerie serving freshly baked loaves of bread using top-quality ingredients including their secret ingredient, natural liquid leaven, which is what sets them apart from other local bakeries.

Eric Kayser Croissant
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28 Derby Bakery

28 Derby Bakery serves a wide array of baked goodies such as artisanal bread and sweet treats like chocolate chip cookies. They initially started out as a home-based humble bakery sourdough bread to neighbors and family, then slowly made their way into restaurants and cafes like Yardstick Coffee. Throughout that journey, they’ve added staples to their menu including bagels, croissants, and loaves.

28 Derby Croissant
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28 Derby st., White Plains 1110 Quezon City

Masa Madre Bakehouse

Masa Madre Bakehouse is a homebased online bakery in Caloocan run by award-winning pastry chef Kris Edison Tan. They’re best known for making premium quality laminated bread and pastries including croissants.

Masa Madra Bakehouse Croissant
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215 P. Sevilla St, Gracepark West Caloocan City

KOMU

KOMU’s croissants are not just your ordinary croissants. They’re sourdough hybrid croissants that are made with unbleached special patent flour and Belgian butter. Apart from their plain croissants, they also offer croissant sandwiches that come in various flavors such as pastrami, salmon, and BLT.

Komu Croissant
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(0915) 267 8887

The Daily Knead

The Daily Knead has got rap as one of the best artisanal bakeries in Manila that makes quality hand-baked goods from loaves of bread to pastries, and cakes that are made with only wholesome ingredients. They don’t just make classic plain French croissants, they also have sweet and savory fare options such as Calamansi Caramel and Truffle Three Cheese.

The Daily Knead Croissant
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(0917) 830 2966

PAUL

Paul is a French chain of bakery/cafe restaurants established in 1889 in the city of Croix, in Northern France, by Charlemagne Mayot. And when it comes to luxurious pastries and treats, they are one of the go-to’s.

PAUL Croissant
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Panaderya Toyo

Panaderya Toyo is the bakery extension of Toyo Eatery, a well-known modern Filipino restaurant that’s considered to be a hidden gem of Makati. They have Filipino classics like Bicho-Bicho and Pan de Coco and other bread and pastries such as croissants.

Panaderya Toyo Croissant
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The Alley at Karrivin, Karrivin Plaza, 2316 Chino Roces Ave, Makati

Bungalow Cafe

People will travel long and far to visit Bungalow Cafe. It’s easy to see why when not only are they “Instagrammable” but they also serve homemade bread, all-day breakfast, pasta made from scratch, and delicious entrees as well as the most scrumptious desserts and pastries easily making them one of the best hangout spots in Molito. 

Bungalow Cafe Croissants
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Molito Lifestyle Center, Madrigal Ave, Alabang, Muntinlupa
(02) 8282-4546

Croissant Lady

If an ensaymada and a croissant had a baby, you’ll get Croissant Lady’s Croissaymada. It’s a cross between two well-loved pastries from Europe that give you the best of both worlds. It’s one of their standout items on their menu. But the best thing about the Croissant Lady is that you can get their offerings in frozen packs to satisfy your cravings any time of the day or month.

Croissant Lady Croissaymada
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Stoned Chocolates

When it comes to chocolate-flavored croissants, no one does it better than Stoned Chocolates. Just imagine a flaky and buttery pastry filled with ooey gooey Nutella. Drool-worthy right? But apart from their Nutella Croissants, they also have a Red Velvet Croissant that’s filled with zesty cream cheese.

Stoned Chocolates Nutella Croissant
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