Mr. Holmes Bakehouse Introduces The California Sushi Croissant

Where else but California would two foreign foods liberals love consecrate into a heathen matrimony? Well, eat up, snowflakes: A bakery in California has concocted the California croissant, which is a sushi croissant and requires no further description because it’s exactly what you think it is. Still, to be more specific: It’s a croissant with a free-floating tube baked inside of smoked salmon, seaweed, ginger, and wasabi, and is sold for $5. The pastry also comes with a packet of soy sauce.

It’s the creation of Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, the San Francisco-based bakery whose tagline declares: ‘Kale sucks. Putting carbs back in their rightful place,’ and whose jobs posting page includes the line, ‘If you’re as serious about baking as you are about getting baked, then get at us.’ The bakery (with locations in Los Angeles and Seoul, South Korea) is known for popularizing the Cruffin, a croissant-muffin mash-up. As with these hybrid foods, the name is meant to draw attention to a food that probably isn’t so outrageous. Bread and salmon have been dance partners ever since bagels and lox.

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse introduces the California sushi croissant

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse introduces the California sushi croissant

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse introduces the California sushi croissant

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse introduces the California sushi croissant

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse introduces the California sushi croissant

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