6 Must-Try Croissants in Manila for National Croissant Day

Are you ready for this year's National Croissant Day? Check out these bakeries where you can get your croissants in Manila!

Believe it or not, National Croissant Day is a thing. In case you didn’t know, January 30 is a day dedicated to these flaky and buttery baked goods. And if you want to make sure your household is stocked up with this very important pastry (VIP), you better have this bookmarked. Here is an updated list of must-try croissants you can get in Manila:

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Croissant Taiyaki Co

This one’s definitely not your ordinary croissant. As the name suggests, its a hybrid of a croissant and the Japanese fish-shaped cake taiyaki. These unique snack is available in sweet and savory flavors like Milk Cream, Ube and Custard, Nutella, Azuki Beans and Custard, Pepperoni Pizza, Meaty Taco, and priced at P135 to P165. They also offer a Discovery Set where you can have a taste of each flavor for only P888.

For orders, send them a message via Viber or Whatsapp at 09563945249. Same-day delivery is available with a cut-off at 6pm.

Eric Kayser

Found in 1996 in Paris, Eric Kayser came to Philippine shores in 2013 and have grown 7 stores in different cities within Metro Manila, with stores in Makati, Taguig, Mandaluyong, and Alabang. An easy best-seller and obvious crowd favorite is his Croissant that’s buttery and flaky, using Eric Kayser’s signature liquid leaven and pure French butter.

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Order via website. They offer next day delivery for orders placed by 4pm. For same-day delivery, call their stores.

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KOMU

Make sure you’re patient enough for KOMU’s Sourdough Hybrid Croissants (P150)! While it’s available almost daily, their croissant takes 3 days to make and is made with unbleached flour and Belgian butter for a beautiful lamination. Keep your eyes peeled as they post what’s available for that week in their highlights!

For orders, message on Instagram.

Rebel Bakehouse

Originally from Baguio, they’re now available in Manila! They’re reopening their kitchen in February with their lineup already posted on their Instagram: Butter, Pain au Chocolat, Ham & Gruyere, and Strawberries & Cream. Make sure you stand by for their Pride Croissants which are as colorful as the Pride Flag. These croissants are filled with yema and topped with more yema and roasted cashew nuts.

For orders, visit their Instagram.

Silly Lilly

You’ve probably seen Silly Lily in your Instagram feed at least once. These beauties that are originally from Laguna can easily be transported to Manila so it still counts! Their croissants has the finest lamination butter from France and use both Yeast and Sourdough to enhance the flavor of each pastry. Silly Lily has 12 variants — Chocnut Croissant, Tiramisu Croissant, Rainbow Sprinkle, Triple Choc Au Lat to name a few, and ranges from P95 to P190 apiece.

For orders, check out their website.

The Daily Knead

One of the sought after bakeries in the metro, The Daily Knead’s baked goods are all made by hand and they promise to only use wholesome ingredients with no preservatives or extenders. They have a whole lineup of French pastries that consists of Croissants, Pain au Chocolat, and Danishes. Choose from their flavored croissants collection — Calamansi Caramel, Lychee Strawberry, Coffee Cardamom, Coconut Hibiscus, and Sparkling Strawberry to name a few. Their flavored croissants come in a box of 4s and range from P640 to P1,800.

For orders, check out their website.

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