Overview of Lune Croissanterie
On your visit to Fitzroy, consider visiting Lune Croissanterie. Lune Croissanterie is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.
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These croissants are beautiful to look at and delicious to eat. The classic numbers are served with no fuss and the more imaginative styles are presented with a little more fun. Coffee is exceptional but they only have full cream or soy milk. Great ambience and layout and perfect for a casual breakfast or snack type stop.
Please do not bother lining up at this joint for fresh pastries. The line seems to be very long as a matter of course, many items are already sold out by 10.30 (Sunday), and the creature comforts are just not there -- insufficient seating, primitive benches and a scant number of tiny little box-shaped tables line 2 sides of a vast open space designed simply for queuing. Better pastry can be found elsewhere along with actual tables and chairs in properly heated premises. Not recommended.
The product itself is done with delicate craftsmanship. The almond croissants praline however was taken away from a classic taste and ventured to a citrus flavour, which I didn't enjoy as much as a marzipan flavour of orginal pralines. The customer experience was not bad, be aware they don't cut the croissant. The vibe is quite egotistical, staff rather non engaged with customers. Great product and setting, however that's only 2/3 of the job done. 3 stars. Regards SK
Best pastries I've had in Aus! 10am seemed the perfect timing to get in and order, 5 minute wait on croissants and 10 on coffees. Within 30 minutes there was a line out the door but it kept moving steadily. The design and layout is beautiful, allowing you to watch the deliciousness be created. There is not a lot of seating, enough for a few dozen people to enjoy the atmosphere while allowing enough space for the lines to move in and out. It leans more towards a take away venue meaning taking a box of treats home for maximum enjoyment. Would definitely recommend if you are a lover of croissants or lovely Melbourne architecture.
The pastries they make are really nice and flaky, not excessively oily. The most interesting part was watching the bakers make the pastries through the glass window. The layout and environment is really neat.