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4 Bakeries That Sell TikTok-Viral Cream-Filled Croissants In Singapore

21st September 2022

Viral cream-filled croissants in Singapore


We’ve seen numerous viral food trends take over the internet world by storm. Ranging from rainbow bagels and sushi bake to Gigi Hadid’s spicy vodka pasta, the list is endless. If you, like me, love pastries, you have got to try these round, cream-filled croissants that have just rolled into Singapore. First popularised by Lafayette Grand Cafe & Bakery in New York, the sweet pastry, which looks like a kouign amann, is said to be slightly denser than a croissant. Here are four bakeries that carry them in a variety of flavours. 


1. Swish Roll


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Swish Rolls is a bakery in Bukit Timah that specialises in swiss rolls and croissants. Their version of this cream-filled croissant is called the Croon, and it comes in five different flavours going for $5.80 each. 

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If you have to try one flavour, get the Deep Dark Valrhona Chocolate. Its crust is said to be flaky and buttery, and it features a rich chocolate filling topped with sea salt. 

These Croons are baked in limited batches that sell out fast, so get them while you can! You can also place an order online and have it delivered or ready for self pick-up at the store. If you’re interested to find out more, check out our article on these TikTok-viral croissants.

Address: 501 Bukit Timah Road, #01-02B, Cluny Court, Singapore 259760
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 6pm
Tel: 6612 6581
Website
Swish Rolls is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Yeast Side 


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Another place that has hopped onto the trend is Yeast Side at Farrer Park, a cafe known for its sourdough bakes, pizza, and beer. Yeast Side carries these croissants in three flavours: Almond Swirl, Black Forest Swirl, and Vanilla Pistachio Swirl

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@iris.nihao

You can go for the Vanilla Pistachio Swirl ($8), which has a notably doughy crust and a sweet and nutty filling. 

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@iris.nihao

For a boozy kick, their Almond Swirl ($8) flavour features a rum almond cream centre, topped with almond flakes. 

Address: 2 Perumal Road, #01-06, LYF @ Farrer, Singapore 218773 
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 9am to 11pm
Tel: 8314 6101
Website | Full list of outlets
Yeast Side is not a halal-certified eatery

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3. La Levain


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@lalevainsg

Next up is La Levain, an artisanal bakehouse that also serves specialty coffee. Their version of cream-filled croissants is called the La Lebombz. Recommended flavours include the Passionfruit and Mango ($6.20), which has a nameraka purin filling, which is a type of Japanese custard pudding. You can also opt for the Truffle Cream Cheese ($8.20) flavour if you want something savoury.

Address: 23 Hamilton Road, Singapore 209193
Opening hours: Tues-Sun 8am to 6pm
Tel: 9822 3924
Website
La Levain is not a halal-certified eatery

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4. Keong Saik Bakery


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@keongsaikbakery 

Keong Saik Bakery has also launched these buttery treats in unique flavours. Matcha lovers can head down to the bakery to try their Genmaicha Croll ($3.90), while those who enjoy the chocolatey and malty flavours of Milo can opt for the Milo Croll ($3.90). You can place an order online or head directly to the store to purchase them. Do note that they only produce these in limited quantities. 

Address: 33 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089140
Opening hours: Mon 8am to 6:30pm, Tues-Sun 8am to 8:30pm
Tel: 9021 9626
Website
Keong Saik is not a halal-certified eatery.


Where to find cream croissants in Singapore


For now, these are the only places you can find the trendy cream-filled croissants in Singapore. If you’re looking for more cafes or dessert options, check out our ice cream and waffle cafes guide. You can also head to Brotherbird for more baked goods.

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Feature image adapted from @lalevainsg and @iris.nihao 

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