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You Can Now Visit A Cafe Dedicated To Croissants

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You Can Now Visit A Cafe Dedicated To Croissants

Lovers of French pastry, listen up! A cafe dedicated to croissants has just opened and it's what foodie dreams are made of.

Located in the heart of London’s Soho, Criss Cross will appease any croissant fanatic.

The menu includes lots of delicious new twists on the continental classic, with sweet options including matcha, white chocolate and yuzu custard filled croissants as well as savoury and vegan choices too.

You can also get savoury and vegan options (Credit: Criss Cross/Instagram)
You can also get savoury and vegan options (Credit: Criss Cross/Instagram)
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While you may consider croissants strictly for an easy and quick on-the-go breakfast, Criss Cross is aiming to break the mould by completely reinventing them into something show-stopping and spectacular. 

The Criss Cross croissants can still be a lovely breakfast, a cheeky afternoon snack or a sweet treat for later.

All their options are a feast for the eyes and the belly, including - but not limited to - the delectable strawberries and cream croissant with striped red pastry, piped cream and slices of fresh strawberries on top.

When you cut inside the croissant you’ll be treated to even more cream and strawberry sauce. Yummm!

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Fancy the strawberry dream croissant? So do we (Credit: Cross Cross/Instagram)
Fancy the strawberry dream croissant? So do we (Credit: Cross Cross/Instagram)

Customers also have a chance to tantalise their taste buds with unusual concoctions encased within flaky and delicious croissants. Have you ever thought about eating whisky and soy cured salmon, cashew cream and dried seaweed in a croissant before? We doubt it.

Prices range from £5.30 to £8.90 and customers can also choose from a host of soft drinks, coffees and teas to wash down their croissant. 

You’ll find Criss Cross at 49 Old Compton Street, Soho, W1D 6HL. Visit their website here.

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In other news, Greggs announced the long awaited return of its Christmas classic, the festive bake along with the launch of a vegan version.

Greggs vegan festive bake launches in November (Credit: Greggs)
Greggs vegan festive bake launches in November (Credit: Greggs)

The original festive bake, which launched in 2009 and has gained a cult following in the years since, will be joined by the brand new vegan festive bake in November following a surge in demand.

Hannah Squirrell, Customer Director at Greggs, said: “The Festive Bake is the latest iconic Greggs Bake to receive a vegan-friendly makeover, and it retains all the classic Christmassy flavours of the original."

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Topics: Food and Drink

Gregory Robinson
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