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Sydney’s Tastiest Croissants

By Ellie Schneider - 10 Nov 2013

Flour and Stone
Woolloomooloo, NSW 1 Image
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Brickfields
Chippendale , NSW 1 Image
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Bourke Street Bakery
Surry Hills, NSW 1 Image
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Croquembouche Patisserie
Bondi , NSW 1 Image
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Crisp, golden and scattering golden flakes as soon as you bite into them—start your day the right way with a sweet, fluffy croissant from one of these delicious patisseries. Bon appétit!

Croissant D'Or | Potts Point

Crafted with butter and flour sourced all the way from France, Croissant D'Or is renowned for its freshly baked croissants, which are a delicate ode to the French staple. 

Flour and Stone | Woolloomooloo

Crispy, buttery and moist all at the same time—these croissants are some of Sydney's finest! Be sure to try the pain au chocolat, which is generously filled with sticks of Valrhôna luxury chocolate.

Brickfields | Chippendale

This Chippendale bakery serves up flaky, buttery croissants, with the requisite golden carapace—and they're as light as air.

Bourke Stree Bakery | Surry Hills

These boys just have a way with dough. With lines of fans queuing out the doors, their baked goods have become a magnet for locals. This is the destination for your morning pain au chocolat.

Victoire | Rozelle

With a crispy, delicate shell and a tender, layered inside, this light and airy croissant is melt-in-your-mouth good!

Croquembouche Patisserie | Bondi

Whilst you can choose from a myriad of exquisitely built cakes and tarts, you can't go past the simple croissant. An absolute pleasure to dismantle, the Croquembouche almond croissant is a glorious example of the French classic.

Image credit: Williams-Sonoma

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