Where To Buy Chocolate Croissants: 12 Must Know Bakeries
- Stoned ChocolatesStoned Chocolates
- Butter Boy PHButter Boy PH
- Sweet Bella DessertsSweet Bella Desserts
- Eric KayserEric Kayser
- St Marc CafeSt Marc Cafe
- Bake HouseBake House
- Bungalow Café & BakeryBungalow Café & Bakery
- The Daily KneadThe Daily Knead
- Baker JBaker J
- 28 Derby28 Derby
- Masa Madre BakehouseMasa Madre Bakehouse
Who doesn't love a gorgeous, flaky, buttery, croissant—and with chocolate too?
Nothing's more tempting than Stoned Chocolate's version of a chocolate croissant. Filled with delicious Nutella, each bite offers indulgent sweetness, complemented by the impeccable swirls that make this pastry oh-so tempting.
Butter Boy PH
Butter Boy PH seems to have an intriguing line of croissants ready for their customers. There's red velvet, taro, almond, and more—but most importantly, there's chocolate. You can never go wrong with this classic flavour, so try it out today!
Sweet Bella Desserts
Sweet Bella Desserts is on a mission to win our hearts. With an interesting menu that includes Nutella croissants and pain au chocolat croissants, there's no surprise why we—and their customers—love to get our hands on these.
Eric Kayser is famous for this flaky French pastry! Those who prefer a more traditional palate can try their almond croissant or cheese croissant. An ube variant is also available for those looking for more familiar flavours. However, we have to admit that their chocolate variants—chocolate and almond chocolate—are their pièce de resistance.
A Parisian staple, PAUL is one of the few bakeries known to serve authentic croissants. They have a chocolate-flavoured one, and an almond chocolate-flavoured one—both worth becoming your next breakfast favourite.
St Marc Cafe
St Marc Cafe is so famous for their chocolate croissant, people simply know it as Chococro! Order one to go as a side with a plate of pasta or a bowl of your favourite parfait for a fulfilling meal or sweet treat.
A chocolate croissant from Bake House at Shangri-La The Fort is all we need. Hearty and delicious, it's the perfect way to start your day, cap off a meal, or even eat as a snack!
Bungalow Café & Bakery
Since opening its doors to brunch aficionados in the south, Bungalow Café & Bakery has drawn a massive following with their monstrous smoothies, delicious savoury dishes, and of course their beautiful, decadent desserts. Their stunning selection of the French pastry is sure to impress, churning out variants like a hazelnut milk chocolate croissant, the beloved pain au chocolat, and many more, sweet and savoury.
The Daily Knead
The Daily Knead has grown to be a strong competitor in our local bakery scene - and for good reason. The homegrown, quarantine-born brand whips up an astonishing array of baked goods, including traditional products like the Belgian dark chocolate pain au chocolat, and more innovative bakes like the pistachio interpretation with white chocolate, a pistachio cream, and chopped nuts for added texture.
Helmed by French pastry chef Nicolas Pasdeloups, Baker J at Crimson Hotel Filinvest seeks to recreate the allure of Parisian cafés through fine French food like croque monsieur, coq au vin, and prized baked delights. Their laborious pain au chocolat has about 80 layers in total, guaranteeing that buttery, flaky experience you look for with every bite.
In addition to brioche, bagels, and other essential bread, 28 Derby also rolls out crave-worthy sweets like the classic butter croissant and pain au chocolat. Looking for something more unique? Follow them on Instagram to stay updated with their latest bakes - they've also tried their hand other croissant variants, including one filled with a vibrant green matcha custard.
Masa Madre Bakehouse
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and that's certainly the case with these snapshots of Masa Madre Bakehouse's perfectly golden pain au chocolat. Rightfully their best-seller, this laminated pastry boasts intricate layers of flaky dough, enveloping luscious chocolate within its tender, buttery interiors.
- WordsAdditional Reporting by Lauren Golangco