Top 10 World’s Best Bakeries

One of the greatest parts of any holiday is discovering delicious food, especially baked goods. From morning croissants to sugary afternoon indulgences, bakeries are a wonderful way to get a flavour of a place.

Check out this list of the top 10’s world best bakeries:

 

Sadaharu Aoki, Paris

Originating in Tokyo, Sadaharu Aoki is a unique patisserie offering striking creations that look more like works of art than cake.

 

Crosstown, London

Specialising in artisan doughnuts, Crosstown is a small chain operating across London, serving up delights such as pistachio-chai, white chocolate-matcha, and apricot-lavender doughnuts.

 

Hafiz Mustafa, Turkey

This famous bakery in Istanbul was established in 1864, and specialises in Turkish treats including baklava and Turkish delight.

 

Levain Bakery, New York

Two friends set out on a mission to create the world’s perfect chocolate chip cookie, and they succeeded.

 

La Farine, Dubai

Situated within the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, La Farine serves meticulous baked goods, which you can enjoy over an afternoon tea.

 

Tai Cheong Bakery, Hong Kong

Try Hong Kong’s local delicacies, including pineapple buns and egg custard tarts, at this traditional bakery. Wash it all down with Yuenyeung, a local drink which is a blend of tea and coffee.

 

Hotel Praktik Bakery, Barcelona

Wake up to the smell of freshly baked bread at this boutique hotel; there’s no better way to begin the day!

 

Brød, Denmark

For delicious homemade bread and pastries, look no further than this artisan bakery located in the trendy Enghave Plads area of Copenhagen.

 

Bake, London

Taiyaki is a typical Asian street food.

Situated in the heart of China Town, Bake is a cute bakery that’s famous for its cocktail buns, green tea cookies and taiyaki (ice cream with a soft cone shaped like a fish).

 

Boudin, San Francisco

Sourdough loaves freshly baked.

Every loaf of sourdough in this long-standing bakery uses a portion from the store’s ‘motherdough’, the original dough used when Boudin first opened in 1849.