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Where To Find The Best Croissants In Bangkok

Where To Find The Best Croissants In Bangkok
By Chananya De Ruiter
March 14, 2021
Besides surf skating, hunting for croissants seem to have emerged out of the blue as the latest fad activity for Thais; here's where you can find some of the best croissants in Bangkok to join in on the hype

1/6 Kenn’s Coffee & Croissant

Tucked away in Sathorn Soi 7, Kenn’s Coffee & Croissant is a tiny cafe surrounded by glass windows that allows ample daylight into the shop. It’s certainly a haven for Sathorn office workers to grab their morning coffee and a freshly baked croissant. Now also available at a second branch in Ari, try Kenn’s chocolate croissant (70 baht) filled with imported French dark chocolate or the plain croissant (65 baht) that’s crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside. It’s heavenly.

Kenn's Coffee & Croissant
163 2 Naradhiwat Rajanagarindra Soi 5
Open Monday-Friday 7:30am-3pm, Saturday-Sunday 8:30am-4pm
fb.com/kennssathorn, 066-149-5451

2/6 James Boulangerie

This French-style bakery and cafe has one of the best croissants in the city. The crowd at James Boulangerie start lining up as early as 8am daily. People are loving their dark chocolate croissant (150 baht), the vanilla caramel macadamia croissant (230 baht) and the almond croissant (120 baht). The pastries here might be pricey, but people are certainly paying. 

James Boulangerie
172 Phran Nok - Phuttamonthon Sai 4 Road
Open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm
fb.com/jamesboulangerie, 064-958-9588

3/6 Maison Eric Kayser

Run by a fourth-generation baker, Maison Eric Kayser is known for their signature baguettes and croissants. Having opened more than 110 outlets worldwide, you can surely trust what they have to offer. Visit this French artisan boulangerie to savour in a wide variety of breads, pastries and croissants, including their signature croissant (85 baht) and almond croissant (110 baht).

Maison Eric Kayser
G Floor, The EmQuartier, 693 695 Sukhumvit Road
Open daily 10am-9pm
fb.com/maisonerickayserthailand, 087-519-6169

4/6 Rue De Mansri

Huddled around Rattanakosin, Rue De Mansri is a cafe-cum-photography-studio offering private bookings and vintage flair. Widely considered among the city's best for pastries, popular items include the ham and cheese (45 baht) and chocolate croissant (45 baht).

Rue De Mansri
417 Bamrung Mueang Road
fb.com/ruedemansri, 083-158-9999

5/6 Paul

With over 400 branches throughout the world, Paul produces over 140 types of bread and has a  number of branches in Bangkok, including Central Embassy, Empire Tower, CentralWorld and more. Croissant options range from plain (75 baht) and almond (110 baht) to ham-cheese (150 baht). For heavier choices, try the croissant and eggs benedict with smoked salmon (300 baht) and croissant and eggs benedict with ham (290 baht).

Paul
Central Embassy, 55 Phloen Chit Road
Open daily 9am-9:30pm
fb.com/paul1889.thailand, 02-001-5160

6/6 La Patis

Made with French butter, La Patis' range of croissants include exciting variations like mini matcha (55 baht), aromatic chocolate croissant (50 baht), raspberry croissant (55-85 baht) and croque croissant (135 baht). Other than croissants, the bakery is known for its snack boxes and catering service.

La Patis
The EmQuartier, 693 695 Sukhumvit Road
Open daily 10am-10pm
lapatis.com, 094-487-1159

See also: Bangkok’s Best Bagels

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