Japanese-French Croissant Shop Just Opened In Niagara Falls & There Are So Many Flavours

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Calling all sweet tooths! A popular Japanese-French croissant shop just opened in Niagara Falls and there are so many different flavours of sweets to try.

Taking Canada by storm, Hazukido has locations in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and more. Now, it is setting up shop in Fallsview Casino.

The bakery insists on the “Shokunin spirit of Japan” using the finest ingredients to make the highest quality croissant, but also preserves the classic French traditions of the art.

You can now find Hazukido in the Galleria food court, where there are multiple different flavours to choose from. Each croissant is freshly baked on-site every single day.

While it depends on the day, you can find Raspberry Panna Cotta, which is a classic croissant filled with raspberry filling. Or, Chocolate Banana, which is filled with custard and topped with chocolate and banana slices.

If you’re looking for something a little more savoury, there are plenty of options.

The Truffle Crab is a croissant topped with a crab stick, truffle cream sauce and parmesan.

Or, sink your teeth into the Smoked Cheese Chicken which is a classic croissant sliced into two, baked with cheese and chicken slices.

You can also try their Danish Toast, Danish Loaf, Mille-Feuille, Croffles and more.

You can view the Niagara Falls Croissant Shop’s full menu here.

Looking for more to do the next time you are in Niagara Falls? You can also check out our latest ultimate guide to the best bars near Clifton Hill.

Or, you can read our latest article on the best restaurants in the Niagara region that locals just won’t stop recommending to us. Whether you’re looking for Italian, comfort food, tapas or more, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Essential Info!

What: Croissant Shop in Niagara Falls

Who: Hazukido

Where: 6380 Fallsview Blvd, Niagara Falls, ON


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