Lune Croissanterie, Melbourne CBD

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MELBOURNE | Lune Croissanterie has a reputation as being one of the best croissanteries in the world and recently opened a store in Melbourne’s CBD. If you want to know about this history of Lune and its famed croissants, you can check out our article on the Fiztroy store.

The CBD store is smaller than the Fiztroy warehouse – the temperature controlled cube at HQ is where the croissants are made before being sent to the CBD store to be baked. The small bunker like space is very industrial, with concrete, clean lines, and a low ceiling. There’s no seating – polished concrete benches provide standing space to enjoy your croissant and coffee.

The menu is a stripped down version of the larger store. You won’t find the fancy limited edition croissants and cruffins here, instead its all about the classics. There’s your choice of traditional, almond and ham and cheese croissants, the pain au chocolat and the lemon curd cruffin, plus coffee.

We love the Fitzroy store and see ourselves still heading there on weekends, but the CBD location provides an enticing and convenient option for those who work in the CBD or are passing through during the day.

Lune Croissanterie (CBD)

16/161 Collins Street
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

Telephone: n/a
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 7:00am to 3:00pm

Lune Croissanterie Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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