Street Food

Tai-Croissant – Taiyaki and Croissant Fusion Pastry Snack

Tai-Croissant - Stall FrontI have been craving for some taiyaki, the fish-shaped Japanese snack. When I passed by Tai-Croissant at the basement of Clementi Mall, I couldn’t resist getting some.

Tai-Croissant originated in Taiwan in 2015 and it came to Singapore in 2018. 

Tai-Croissant - Menu 1Tai-Croissant specializes in taiyaki with croissant skin. There are 13 sweet and savory flavors to choose from, wrapped in more than 80 layers of crispy croissant pastry.

Tai-Croissant - DisplayI tried Hokkaido Custard, Okinawa Mochi, Matcha Red Bean and Chicken Ham & Cheese. My favorite is the Okinawa Mochi where the mochi gives the taiyaki a special chewiness. 

Tai-Croissant - Featured ImageI like the fusion of taiyaki with croissant because croissant’s flaky buttery pastry gives this classic Japanese snack a crunchy texture. The sugar coating on the outside gives the croissant pastry an extra crispness while maintaining tenderness of the fillings within. 

Tai-Croissant - Menu 2
Tai-Croissant also sells drinks to compliment your taiyaki-croissant. There is even Brown Sugar Bubble Milk.

Tai-Croissant  (Clementi Mall) 

Address: 3155 Commonwealth Avenue West, Clementi Mall #B1-K24, Singapore 129588

Opening Hours: Daily 10am – 10pm

Tai – Croissant (Causeway Point) 

Address: 1 Woodlands Square, Causeway Point #B1-27, Singapore 738099

Opening Hours: Daily 10am – 10pm

Tai – Croissant (The Centrepoint) 

Address: 176 Orchard Road, The Centrepoint #B1-K3, Singapore 238843


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