Here’s Where To Find Perth’s Best Croissants

By Claire Logan – who grew up in an ingredient household and swears by the healing powers of a good martini

A smattering of crumbs down a work shirt, a greasy corner-of-the-lips smile, a delicate flake of pastry hanging from a loose strand of hair…

If you know what to look for, you can spot bona fide croissant lovers everywhere.

And to induct you into this happy-go-lucky tribe, we’ve tracked down the best croissants in Perth, with a little help from the 2023 Perth Royal Bread & Pastry Awards.

North Street Store (Big Loaf Factory)


As if you’d expect anything less, North Street Store and its bakery crew at Big Loaf Factory have mastered the art of layering buttery, flakey pastry deliciousness. So much so that their big and beautiful butter croissant made with Pepe Saya cultured butter has just taken out the gold for Best Pastry in the 2023 Perth Royal Bread & Pastry Awards. 

Croissant from NSS

Teeter Bakery


Talented baker Natasha Brownfield has been quietly cranking out some of Perth's finest pastries from kitchens and pop-up spots across Perth. Now she finally has an adorable corner shop all her own where you can scoop up her delicious creations—including one of the best damn croissants in Perth, which was just awarded a silver medal in this year's Perth Royal Bread & Pastry Awards. Teeter Bakery is open Saturday 9am to 2pm or until sold out.

Croissants from Teeter bakery in Perth

Harvest Boulangerie Patisserie


Patisserie is basically French for dang-that’s-a-good-croissant. Ham and cheese, pain au chocolat or just good ol’ fashioned plain—the options at Harvest Boulangerie Patisserie are endless. And with their traditional croissant picking up a silver medal in this year's Perth Royal Bread & Pastry Awards, you know they're all good. The delicious Humblebee Coffee doesn’t hurt either, especially when it's topped with a little complimentary cake.

Croissants in a basket

Goods Bakery

West Leederville

Just in case West Leedy couldn’t get any cooler, Goods Bakery landed on Oxford Close with some of the most delicious ‘gram worthy pastries around. The pies, crullers and everything escargots are all damn good, but if it's a good flakey croissant you're after, you can't go wrong with this silver medal-winning delight.

Goods Bakery croissants

Knead Bread & Coffee 


This family-run micro bakery is a local fave in Scarborough, and the 2023 Perth Royal Bread & Pastry Awards confirm why. Knead Bread & Coffee tied with Big Loaf for the most successful exhibitor at this year's awards, with their organic sourdough croissant picking up a silver medal. Considering it takes three whole days to make these crispy, irresistible pastries, we reckon that's more than deserved.

Knead Bakery croissants



French-style pastries are the name of the game at Layers, so prepare to go into a croissant-induced coma. They’re slinging plenty of croissant varieties alongside the bronze medal award-winning classic, but for us the ham and cheese croissant is an absolute must.

Layers Bakery croissant

Baking Corner

Victoria Park

Joining the Vic Park fam late last year, Baking Corner is a gorg little spot to stock up on pastries, toasties, pies and of course a good croissant. They picked up a bronze for their tasty little number, so clearly it's not just us who rates it as one of the best around.

Chu Bakery


It is more difficult than ever to complete a run at Hyde Park with the baked delights of Chu Bakery enticing you at every turn. Sweet-tooths will go gaga for their almond, raspberry, hazelnut and kaya coconut varieties. These are definitely some of the best croissants in Perth.

Chu croissant

Zonts Bakehouse


Led by Baker Kaz (Le Cordon Bleu alumni), the Zonts Bakehouse team are all about making delightfully light, airy and buttery croissants, with flavours ranging from classic, chocolate and almond through to salted egg yolk custard and honey wattleseed. They also have a plant-based range that slaps just as hard.

Zonts croissant

Croff Bakery


For quirky pastries that will knock your socks off, you need to check out Croff Bakery in Perth. They’re dishing up all kinds of flaky and buttery croissants packed to the max with specialty flavours like jalapeno cheese, durian, char siew pork and pandan coconut. 

Croff Bakery croissant

La Galette De France


From Subi markets to their little cafe in Nedlands, La Galette de France has become synonymous with good croissants in Perth. Word on the street is they make the holy grail of the almond variety.

La Galette de France croissant and coffee

Grain Bakery


Grain Bakery is a family-run joint in Lathlain bridging the gap between contemporary bakehouses and the familiar country-style bakeries of yesteryear. In store you’ll find classic white sandwich loaves and sausage rolls alongside sourdoughs and creative pastries you can’t help but drool over but it's their fresh almond croissants that have us hooked.

Grain Bakery croissants

Le Papillon


Traditional, almond, raisin, chocolate, apple custard, ham and cheese, ham, cheese and avocado, bacon cheese and tomato, salmon, avocado and cream cheese, bacon, egg and cheese and… Yeah, we guess you could say Le Papillon does a few of the best croissants in Perth.

Le Papillon baked pastries

La Belle Patisserie


Three words that will change your life—Raspberry. Chocolate. Croissant. There hasn’t been a trio that’s worked so well together since the sweet pop harmonies of Hanson. Visit La Belle Patisserie for the finest croissant creations.

A stack of almond croissants



Any day that starts at Crumbs is alright in our books. The bright little bakery is pumping out the prettiest pastries (and plenty of them) along with sweet treats and showstopping cakes made to order. The standout for us though has to be their cube croissants filled with gooey goodness like peanut butter and jelly and pistachio cream.

Cube croissants from Crumbs

Wild Bakery

South Fremantle

Crescent-shaped happiness awaits you at Wild Bakery on South Terrace. Traditional is the name of the game here, so stock up on all the old favourites like pain au chocolat, almond and pain au raisin.

Wild Bakery tray of croissants

Mary Street Bakery

Highgate, Perth CBD, West Leederville, City Beach and Claremont

Layers upon buttery layers of happiness await you at Mary Street Bakery. Why wouldn’t you buy your croissants from the evil geniuses that came up with that salted caramel doughnut?

Mary St Bakery croissants

Maison Saint-Honoré 

Swan Valley, Floreat, Mount Pleasant, Ellenbrook and East Perth

Turns out Maison Saint-Honoré does more than just amazing macarons, their croissant game is next level as well. Be it flaky almond croissants, Instagram-worthy lemon meringue croissants, or gooey chocolate croissants, this place serves up drool-worthy French croissants which we did nothing to deserve, but will happily take.

Croissants from Maison Saint-Honoré

Abhi's Bread

South Fremantle

If you've been a long time fan of Abhi's delicious bread, it's time to get yourself there for what might be the best almond croissant in Perth. Warm it up and definitely do not share this bad boy.

Want more pastry? Check out Perth's Best Bakeries.

Image credit: North Street Store, Teeter Bakery, Harvest Boulangerie Patisserie, Goods Bakery,Knead Bread & Coffee, Layers, Chu Bakery, Zonts Bakehouse, Croff Bakery, La Galette De France, Grain Bakery, Le Papillon, La Belle Patisserie, Crumbs, Wild Bakery, Mary Street Bakery, Maison Saint-Honoré 

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