Bonjour hungry friends! If you’re looking for the best croissants in Hong Kong, you’ll be happy to know you can find them all under one roof at Harbour City. No matter what time of day the croissant cravings strike – breakfast, lunch, or just a quick snack – we’ll show you where to go to delight your tastebuds.
Start Your Day The French Way
There is no better way to start your day than with the buttery goodness and light flakey bite of a croissant. No need to shop until you drop, when you can fuel your day with these breakfast picks…
Pair your morning coffee with one of their breakfast croissants*. Choose from the fresh and delicious croissant with avocado and mozzarella, or go for their Harbour City exclusive – croissant with turkey and egg salad.
If you’re not in a hurry, why not take away and enjoy your croissant with a sea view.
*Croissants available from 8:00-11:30am
Croissants fit for a King & Queen – literally. The DALLOYAU name has over 300 years of regal French history baking at royal courts and a reputation for excellence. Let their expertise do the talking through their flavours. Choose from a classic original croissant, a subtly sweet almond croissant, or the unexpected black pepper croissant. Add a morning coffee or tea to make a breakfast combination with some French flair!
Creative Croissants: Lunch Time Savoury Sensations
Looking for a light bite that’s big on flavour? Check out our croissant choices and discover how versatile this pastry can be.
Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel
Think French finesse and local flavour. Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel does more than just cakes and sweet desserts. You can find savoury treats too. One of the items you need to put on your ‘must try’ list is their Sun Kwai Heung char siu and egg croissant. The char siu comes from popular local roast meats shop Sun Kwai Heung. The juicy slices sit on top of a soft French omelette served inside the bakery’s signature croissant. You have to be quick, as this mouth-watering delight is only available in limited quantities every day.
Looking for a plant-based option? No problem. There’s an OmniPork luncheon and egg croissant served with a homemade vegetarian ‘char siu sauce’.
If you think of eel, you probably think it should be served with rice. sensory ZERO thinks the croissant is its perfect match and will prove it to you by elevating the humble croissant to new heights with authentic Japanese flavours. Introducing the Kabayaki eel and double Japanese eggs croissant with avocado wasabi paste. Go and give it a try!
Croissants that Look Too Good to Eat
When the food looks as good as these croissants, the ‘camera has to eat first’. Get ready to snap a photo of some of the most photogenic (and delicious) croissants you can snack on.
Cupping Room Coffee Roasters
You won’t be able to miss the vibrant green stripes of the Matcha azuki bean croissant.
Playful in appearance but serious on deliciousness. We dare you to resist the temptation of the sweet azuki bean filling.
We all know Starbucks – there are 3 in Harbour City alone! That means triple the chance of getting their new Lemon croissant. Filled with refreshing lemon custard and topped with zingy zest peel and a light dusting of icing sugar. A true feast for all the senses.
Da Filippo Trattoria
The new Chestnut Mont Blanc croissant is giving us autumn and winter vibes. Make sure you take a decent bite that captures all of the flavours from the candied chestnuts and chestnut cream that sit on top, all the way through the layers of buttery pastry.
Can’t stop thinking about croissants now? Head on over to Harbour City to taste them for yourself.
Besides, from now on to 30 November, purchase Croissant either dine-in or take away in any F&B outlets of Harbour City and share the croissant photo taken at the outlet or anywhere within the mall with harbour view on social media, participants of “the Most Delicious” photo will have a chance to receive the Harbour City X Tatsuya Tanaka Limited Edition Umbrella (Quota: 50 pax).
For more details: https://www.harbourcity.com.hk/en/happening/a-croissant-a-day-sharing-rewards/
If you want to try making croissants at home, we’ve collaborated with Tarzan from Tarzan Cooks on YouTube to show you how. Bake along with Tarzan and soon you’ll be a croissant connoisseur in no time!
P.S. You can buy all the ingredients at city’super!