The power of a delicious, flaky croissant cannot be overstated, especially when paired with a coffee or tea. So while you certainly have your work cut out if you’re trying to find the best in Vancouver, we’ve pulled together the highest-rated cafes and bakeries on Google where reviewers shouted out their croissants.

So with that in mind, here are some of the best spots in Vancouver for delicious croissants.

Forêt Noire Café 

Forêt Noire Café is a patisserie situated in Mount Pleasant, with tons of scrumptious pastries, cakes, sandwiches, macaron towers, and warm beverages on the menu. If you’re looking for goodies that blend French tradition with innovative flavours, this is your spot.

Where: 236 West Broadway

Davie Village Bakery & Gelato 

Known for its delicious donuts, macarons, and giant croissants, this authentic European bakery in Davie Village is a staple when it comes to hunting down a sweet treat.

Where: 1216 Davie Street

Melo Patisserie

Known for its decadent cookies, espresso beverages, and made-to-order cakes, Melo is a must-visit in Vancouver when it comes to French-inspired sweets.

Where: 154 East 8th Avenue

Angus T Bakery & Café 

With over 20 sweet and savoury croissants to choose from, there’s something for everyone at Angus T Bakery & Cafe. From dark chocolate raspberry, black sesame, and earl grey to flavours like balsamic onion jam and bacon – the menu is full of mouthwatering options here.

Where: 1036 Mainland Street


Hazukido is a bakery concept bringing together two of the world’s most delicious cuisines: French and Japanese. And while you might not necessarily think of croissants when you think of Japan, you definitely will now.

Where: 280 Nelson Street

Beaucoup Bakery

Known across the city for its creative, innovative sweet treats, Beaucoup Bakery is equal parts patisserie and cafe, offering those in need of a pick-me-up with an array of award-winning pastries and viennoiseries that are just as delicious as they are playful in design.

Where: 2150 Fir Street and 600 Dunsmuir Street


Who doesn’t love a stop into Purebread for one (or two, or three) of their many sweet and savoury pastries? From fresh breads and focaccia to cakes, pies, and jam-filled croissants, this Whistler-born bakery really does it all, and there are plenty of locations in the area to choose from.

Where: Multiple locations in Vancouver

Le Marché St. George

Le Marché is a popular destination for traditional French pastries, Croque Monsieur, and other comfort food, but its location definitely lends itself to the “hidden” part of this list.

Tucked behind Fraser Street on St. George is the perfect cherry blossom-clad corner to meet up with friends and have a chat over coffee or tea. They even have books and board games to keep you occupied all afternoon!

Where: 4393 St. George Street

Looking for more desserts and tasty treats? Why not try one Vancouver’s most popular places for a slice of pie?