Bali’s Butterman Croissanterie baked in Jakarta soon

What Jakartans love in Bali will eventually come to Jakarta, with the beloved Butterman Croissanterie set to be the latest to expand into the capital.

Bakerman, one of the most authentic and refined French bakeries in Canggu, which is often frequented by tourists from Jakarta, recently launched a new Instagram account for its capital expansion.

Butterman announced that it will open its first flagship store in Kebayoran Baru, in South Jakarta.

Jakartans have also recently noticed construction jobs in Greater Indonesia reserved for Butterman. In fact, the croissanterie has confirmed that it will also open a store in the Central Jakarta shopping mall.

No opening dates have been announced for either store. We reached out to Butterman’s for more information on when we can get our hands on some fluffy, flaky cakes.

It should be noted that Butterman has been to Jakarta before, when he opened a pop-up store at the Gandaria City Mall from October 13-30.

Butterman’s follows a recent trend where popular Balinese pastries expand to Jakarta. In 2021, Monsieur Spoon opened the first of its Jakarta stores at Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK), before continuing its expansion with more bakeries and the introduction of its sister bakery Croco in Jakarta.

In April this year, Livingstone Café & Bakery also opened a store in the North Jakarta municipality, with plans to open more stores in the capital soon.

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