The best croissants in Perth

Perth's best croissants, Teeter Bakery, Claisebrook
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In the mood for some ooh la la, je ne said quoi kinda vibes? Here’s some of our top picks for Perth’s best, most buttery, flakiest croissants. Très bon!

Teeter Bakery

We firmly maintain that Perth’s very own superstar baker Tash Brownfield can do no wrong – and her itty-bitty Claisebrook bakery Teeter is definitive proof (pardon the pun). These pastries are mind-bendingly good, teetering (‘scuse us) the line between traditional viennoserie and contemporary flavours. If you eat just one croissant in your life, let it be this one.

Perth's best croissants, Teeter Bakery, Claisebrook

145a Claisebrook Road, Perth

Harvest Boulangerie Patisserie

Buttery, flaky, light as air and pretty as a picture. Harvest is so popular, you might have to get up early (and fight through a queue of devoted locals) to make sure you don’t miss out – but trust us, it’s worth it.

Perth's best croissants, Harvest, Scarborough

2/22 Scarborough Beach Road, Scarborough

Chu Bakery

Picturesque Chu Bakery has some equally picturesque pastries. From traditional pain au chocolat and almond croissants to their more boundary pushing options – like their kaya and coconut or blushing pink raspberry and almond croissants – you’ll be asking for another whether you’re a purist or have more experimental tastes.

498 William Street, Highgate

Layers Bakery

Just around the corner from the Subi traino, you’ll find a little slice of Parisian deliciousness. Layers Bakery is serving up a selection of decadent sweets, hearty loaves and some next-level pies – not to mention those stunningly flakey, buttery croissants.

Perth's best croissants, Layers Bakery, Subiaco

10/29 Station Street, Subiaco

Goods Bakery

We’re pretty obsessed with the very aptly-named Goods – whether we’re popping in for a pepperoni-topped slice of focaccia or a decadent pastry. The West Leederville spot has been cooked up by the crew at Modus – it serves as the central bakery for the group’s three other cafes, as well as a stellar destination of its own. Pastries are next level (in particular the limited-edition croissants!), and a sweet, restrained retro fitout completes the vibe. Make sure to grab a homemade chutney for the road.

Perth's best croissants, Goods Bakery, West Leederville

11 Oxford Close, West Leederville

La Galette de France

After starting out as a stall at the now-demolished Station Street Markets in Subi, La Galette de France has attained a cult-like following for their offerings. They’re now located in a small premise on Hampden Road, so uni students can easily pop down for a post-lecture pastry. While galettes are their speciality, you can’t go past their almond croissants – dark, flaky and truly Parisian.

Shop 4, 160 Hampden Road, Nedlands

La Belle Patisserie

Another farmer’s market success story, La Belle started out at the Vic Park and Kalamunda markets, and has grown to include two brick-and-mortar locations in Belmont and Lathlain. They’ve got the classics covered, but croissant lovers will want to try their less traditional (but definitely gram-worthy) options – with flavours like red velvet, salted caramel, golden lava and more.

Shop G-034, Belmont Forum Shopping Centre
25B Gallipoli Street, Lathlain

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Zonts Bakehouse

Earning legions of followers with their cult-favourite underground bakery Backdoor Bakehouse, it was only a matter of time until the crew expanded to a brick and mortar operation. And thus, Zonts Bakehouse was born, moving from Subiaco into their Northbridge digs. That golden, flaky pastry is pretty mesmerising on its own, but the flavour combos absolutely take things to the next level – like croissants topped with everything bagel seasoning and filled with cream cheese, or stuffed with bacon, kimchi and stracciatella. Those with a sweet tooth with be more than looked after, with flavours like blood orange and pink grapefruit curd, or danishes filled with matcha, cheese and yuzu meringue.

Perth's Best French Patisseries, Zonts Bakehouse, Northbridge

Unit 2, 228 James Street, Northbridge

Whisked the Right Wei

Helmed by pastry chef Deric Fong, Whisked the Right Wei has had an exciting couple of years – opening in Lathlain in 2022 and a second location in Swanbourne in 2023. In a fitting twist of fate, this Swanbourne location is the same spot that was once home to Choux Café – the same place that Fong cut his teeth working under the venerable late Emmanuel Mollois. You can expect to find classic Parisian treats – think flakey, buttery croissants, dainty cakes and some pretty hard to resist palmiers – many of which utilise Mollois’ recipes with Fong’s own twist.

Perth's best croissants, Whisked the Right Wei, Lathlain, Swanbourne

25B Gallipoli Street, Lathlain
93 Shenton Road, Swanbourne

Cover image: Teeter Bakery