Croisserie Damansara Heights has always been our secret place for croissant, quiche and German Custard Tart. Few years back, it might be just another bakery for many despite their outstanding bread and pastries made using fine ingredients and Respectus Panis (with respect to bread) technique . But now, with a new, stylish look, they’ve begin to receive more attention from pastry lovers in different ages.
When we saw that Croisserie Artisan Bakery was being “dismantled” back in September when we passed by, the first thought that came into our mind was: “Oh no, please don’t”. A further check on their Facebook and Instagram, we sigh with relief as they are just going through a major renovation, not ending the business. Haha.
We were so anticipated, waiting for them to “returns better & bigger”. And oh WOW, Croisserie Cafe doesn’t dissapoint. Modern contemporary interior, very difference from their previous classic, normal bakery look.
O’Coffee Club, an international coffee chain has opened upstairs too, linked directly to Croisserie Cafe. You can order your coffee when paying for your pastry, or directly from O’ Coffee Club counter.
Clean, light-wood them design with Instagram-worthy corner – has obviously to live up with the trend.
It’s Christmas. Look at all the merchandise! So pretty.
Pastry, breads, banish, loafs and freshly baked goods are all lined up in better-looking-way, so tempting that we feel like buying each and every of them back home. All-time-favourites are still available, with more new items added to the selections.
Salted Caramel Mixed Nuts Danish, Blueberry Danish, Chocolate Almond Danish, Cranberry Cream Cheese Oyaki Pan, Triangle Cheese Sandwich, Pain au Chocolate, Anko Black Sesame Oyaki Pan, Chocolate Banana Caramel, Croissant Aus Amandes, Croissant Au Beurre, Pain Aux Raisins, Scones, kouign-amann, Financier, Brioche, baguatte, Eggplant Mushroom Tartine, Salmon & Spinach Quiche, Sugar twist and more.
We can come here every day, only if we were staying nearby and could afford daily. Lol.
Had a hard time deciding what to have. Forced ourselves to settle down these five, though we felt like having more. Price range is from RM4 onwards. Everything is delish!
Cream Tart tastes wonderful as usual, and Summerkid loves their plain croissant. This is actually the first time for Summerkid to try out Croisserie Cafe, though he has seen Summergirl bought tarts and danish from here many times. Finally he changes his perception for this place. Haha.
In short, we are really happy for them as they are more busy now, but at the same time a little sad – as we need to queue to get our German Tart now. Haha. Staffs are friendly too, welcome us right after we walked in, and helped us to bring our pastries upstairs. Just FYI, Croisserie are now available online now too. You can order and get pastries, breads, cake delivered to your home. Check-out their physical stores in Atria Shopping Gallery, KL City Walk and Four Seasons Place.
Croisserie Artisan Bakery Damansara Heights
(*Same row with Huckleberry)
No. 14, Jalan Medan Setia 2, Bukit Damansara,
50490 Kuala Lumpur.
Opening hours: 7.30AM – 8PM
Website/ Order online: Croisserie Online
Other outlets: Atria Shopping Gallery, KL City Walk and Four Seasons Place