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Readers share their favourite croissants in London

Croissants
Rob Greig

Who does the best croissants in London? We asked our Time Out Tastemakers community to share their faves

Margot Bakery in East Finchley. The pastry is perfect and they experiment with flavours. I recommend the chocolate one.’ Kathryn Winfield

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‘The croissant at Bibendum is the perfect mix of golden crust, crispy layers and fluffy centre.’ LeeLee Seah

Mariage Frères does a spectacular raspberry croissant. It’s infused with delicate tea, stuffed with fruity jam and ruby-striped.’ Alexandra Boyle

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‘I’m loving the charcoal vegan croissants from Lele’s in Clapton. They’re warm, crispy and they don’t taste too buttery like some pastries.’ Carolina Bateman

‘The croissants at Pophams Bakery in Islington can never be beaten for crispiness, layering and flavour.’ Laura Goldmeier

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‘The ham and cheese croissant at The Delaunay Counter in Aldwych is amazingly flaky and buttery.’ Tara Protheroe

Beyond Bread is great for coeliacs! It does the best gluten-free pastries I’ve discovered so far. My favourite is the almond croissant.’ Sophie Bkf

Department of Coffee and Social Affairs fills its tasty croissants with delicious stuff. Avocado, feta and rocket is my fave.’ Lizzie Williamson

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Durr! It's supposed to be about croissants, not fillings and flavours. Wolseley excellent and Aldi still not bad!