Popular Taiwanese Croissant Chain Hazukido Is Opening Its First Malaysian Store On 16 July

Now you can get croissants to go with your bubble tea.

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The pastry gods have heard our prayers!

Popular Taiwanese croissant chain Hazukido is opening their first outlet in Malaysia on 16 July.

The new store is set to open at SS15 in Subang Jaya (just a two-minute walk from the bubble tea street).

Having previously opened stores in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China, this will also be their first ever branch in Southeast Asia

Hazukido's croissants are made with high quality European natural butter, without any preservatives and additives

According to their website, they use a special folding technique that creates a complex texture in your mouth with a crispy outer layer and soft inner layer.

Since their croissants are baked fresh daily, they are made in limited quantities

There are 15 flavours to choose from:

  • Milk caramel croissant,
  • Aomori sun fuji apple croissant,
  • Lemon icing croissant,
  • Cod roe croissant,
  • Custard croissant,
  • Smoked chicken guiche,
  • Caramel brulee mille,
  • Lemon meringue croissant,
  • Raspberry panna cotta croissant,
  • Earl gray milk tea croissant,
  • Raspberry croissant,
  • Sea salt buttery croissant,
  • Brown sugar mochi croissant,
  • Garlic croissant, and
  • Honeycomb croissant.

You can visit their store on opening day at 5, Ground Floor, Jalan SS15/7

Opening hours: 10am to 11pm (Daily)

Check out their website and Instagram for more information.

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