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Croff Is Giving Away 100 Free Croissants For Their Second Store Opening This Friday

By Claire Logan
27th Jul 2021

Image of the Purple Raine croissant fillings

 

Prepare to embrace the flake, because the legends behind some of Perth’s best croissants are doubling down—with a second Croff Bakehouse set to open in Raine Square this Friday 30th July. 

It’s hard to believe it’s only been just over a year since the first Croff popped up on Barrack Street and blew us away with their quirky and delicious pastries—co-owners Harold Bong and Giselle Sim have wasted no time bringing the people of Perth more of what they want… which clearly is a helluva lot more of their incredible baked goods.

The new store will be dishing up the same kinds of flaky and buttery croissants you know and love, packed to the max with specialty flavours like jalapeno cheese, durian, char siew pork and pandan coconut. 

What’s even better, for their grand opening on Friday 30 July, they’re giving the first 100 folks through the door a free, and very boujee, limited edition croissant. Accordingly named the Purple Raine croissant, it’s beautifully topped with half dipped blueberry coulis, torched meringue and edible flowers, and jam-packed full of cream cheese and blueberries. We’re drooling at the sound of it. If you can’t make it on Friday, head in on Saturday for 50% off your second item. 

Image of the Croff Purple Raine croissant

If you’re looking for a few more goodies to fill your belly, you need to try their lava salted egg croissant—oozing with gooey egg yolk and topped with salted egg, it’s definitely changed the pastry game. Or perhaps you’d prefer to amp up the indulgence with one of their croffles (a hybrid croissant waffle)? Either way, just make sure you finish off with an activated charcoal latte or a turmeric latte for a match made in foodie heaven.

The new Croff Bakehouse will join other premium food outlets in Raine Square including La Veen, Fleur, Furaibo and Canton Bay—giving you one more excuse to visit this foodies’ haven.

While you wait for it to open, cure your cravings with Perth’s best croissants.

Image credit: Croff

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