10 Best Donut Places Around The World

One can never go wrong with doughnuts, and that’s something we can all agree with. Hence, you must be wondering where do we get the finest donuts? To answer the question, we have come up with a list of the best donut places all around the world. So, if you love donuts, then continue reading. 

Krispy Kreme (Global)


Krispy Kreme is one of the biggest food franchises for donuts.  One of the most renowned branches is that of New York City. The minimum price of donuts starts from US $1.29. If you visit Krispy Kreme, try the classic Glazed, Chocolate Glazed, or Chocolate Dream Cake doughnuts. Moreover, Krispy Kreme is available in most countries with varied menus. 

Dunkin Donuts (Global)

The world’s largest doughnut chain has done more than anybody else to disseminate the doughnut gospel over the globe. This Massachusetts-based chain continues to sell undoubtedly delicious doughnuts, with plans to expand to the West Coast. Seasonal specialties like Red Velvet Drizzle and Pumpkin Pie doughnuts keep the menu interesting.

Randy’s Donuts (Global)


Randy’s Donuts is a world-famous food chain that first started operating in California. Now, through International franchising, the food chain company has more than 200 stores in various countries, including South Korea, Saudi Arabia, etc. The buttermilk donuts from Randy’s have been reported to be a favourite among locals. The menu starts from a minimum range of US $1.95.

Blue Star Donuts (Oregon, California)

Every day, Blue Star spends 18 hours preparing the dough for its gourmet donuts. The donuts are made with sustainable ingredients and are based on a classic French brioche recipe. They are fried only in rice oil. Raspberry Pistachio to Chocolate Salted Almond are just a few of the flavours available. The price of the donuts starts from US $3.65. 

Doughnut Time (London, UK)


“It’s always a good time” says the sign on the wall of Doughnut Time. This teeny-tiny shop serves up the classics (original glazed, salted caramel, and Nutella) as well as some extraordinary creations (maple bacon, watermelon and cookie dough). If you’re in London, don’t miss out on the vegan alternatives. The pricing starts from £4.

Doughnut Plant (New York, Japan, South Korea)

Cake doughnuts and yeast doughnuts are the two types of doughnuts served at Doughnut Plant. The jelly-filled donuts, such as the Peanut Butter & Jelly, and the custard-filled Creme Brulee donut, are largely yeast-based donuts. Doughnut Plant sells donuts for $2-3 apiece. These doughnuts are handmade, gourmet, and exceptionally high quality, while being on the pricey side when compared to your normal chain donut shop.

Sunshine Doughnut Company (Ontario, Canada)


Sunshine Doughnut Company is based in Burlington, Ontario. Hand-crafted donuts are the speciality of this mom-and-pop shop. Burlington Cream, Dulce de Leche, and Blueberry Basil are some of their most popular flavours. The pricing of the donuts starts from $3.50. 

Birdies ( Los Angles, USA)

“Crumbly and buttery” cake donuts and “golden brown and delectable” yeast donuts are promised, as well as “unique glazes, fillings, and toppings,” according to Birdies. Three dishes on the counter are filled with lemon thyme pistachio, strawberry white chocolate, and candied maple bacon. They range from US $3.75.

Astro Doughnuts (Washington D.C., USA)


Astro Doughnuts has several locations across the country, but the one in Washington, D.C., is the most well-known. Vanilla Glazed, Maple Bacon, PB&J, and Creme Brule doughnuts are some of their most popular options. Arrive early since doughnuts often sell out. The price range starts from US $4. 

Brammibal’s Doughnuts (Berlin, Germany)

The pink floor at Brammibal’s Donuts in Berlin, Germany, matches the aesthetics. This vegan bakery serves you exceptional baked products with a doughnut selection ranging from Pina Colada to Maple Smoked Coconut. The price starts from €2.90.