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These croissants are blatantly different

Köln – Their croissants are almost too pretty to taste!

Majid Yaman (28), Kay Wernerus (25) and Diana Kaloev (25) are “Madame Croissant”. The friends opened their new gastronomic concept on the Friesenwall in downtown Cologne at the weekend.

On the menu: seven savory and five sweet French yeast croissants, for example with vegan avocado hummus cream (3.90 euros), pastrami meat with truffle mayo and spinach (6.90 euros) or Snickers filling (5.80 euros ).

Savory or sweet: this is the way people have never eaten croissants in Cologne

Photo: Mario Jüngling

“Something like this doesn’t exist yet and it was missing in Germany,” says Majid Yaman, who had the idea about a year ago and tested the various toppings and fillings at home at the kitchen table before he brought his friends over and founded a GbR.

The croissants can only be tasted as “take away”.

Photo: Mario Jüngling

The business economist told BILD: “I just love croissants. We source the dough originally from France and bake it here.” The finishing then takes place in our own bakery above the sales outlet.

Business partner Kay Wernerus is responsible for the finances and Diana Kaloev, herself popular on “Instagram” with 167,000 fans, does the marketing.

The apple and goat cheese croissant with walnuts and rocket tastes particularly good

The apple and goat cheese croissant with walnuts and rocket tastes particularly good

Photo: Mario Jüngling

Hundreds of fans traveled to the opening on Saturday and stood in line for hours to get a croissant.

Enjoy your meal!

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