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lune croissants never disappoints, we had breakfast there and had some take away too.
the staff who served as was nice, although there is always a long queue outside no matter how early you get there but its worth the wait
I am from Nashville, TN. We were vacationing in Australia and stopped in to try this highly rated coffee and croissants!! They really are the absolute best in the world. We tried a couple there with their wonderful coffee. The coffee was so pretty with...the design of cream, I hated to stir it. The coffee might just be the best I ever drank and this croissants are delicious. We bought a bunch more of several varieties. Omg! The almond one is to die for. Before we left, we discovered another Lune on Russell Street close to our hotel. So, do yourself a favor, go to the Lune. And the young man who took our order was great.More
Visiting Melbourne, so decided to try Lune and see what all the fuss was about, after checking out their pretentious website. We queued at 7.15, there was already someone ahead of us. They opened at 7.30, we ordered the Kouign Amann, Almond Croissant, Lemon Curd...Cruffin and the Turtle and 2 cappuccinos, which came to just under $48.00. The pastries were very good, although I’m not sure they warrant they’re exorbitant price. Coffees were very ordinary. Nice place to try once, I’d recommend you takeaway your pastries, as they don’t really cater to eating in and go pick up a decent coffee from Brunetti, or one of the multitude of Melbourne cafes in the area that offer better coffee.More
Lune should be on the agenda for every Melbourne tourist – fantastic pastries, decent coffee and quick service.
Finding it is half the fun – down a very narrow laneway where people park at all angles to line up here for amazing pastries.
They’re not...cheap, $10 is the staring price, and you’ll have to queue – there’s always a line out the door. There’s also limited seating inside, so, maybe grab a takeaway and get your coffee elsewhere.
But the wait isn't long, and you can use the time to check out the pastries on display. You order then stand aside while someone packages up your selection and brings it to you.
And the pastries are sublime and very much worth the price and the wait, and, as you wait, you look on into the vast kitchen at the heart of the building.More
Don't be put off if you are not from Melbourne Fitzroy is just in town. We were walking around I could smell this great smell the man in the street said it was from Lune just down the street so we went and followed the...great aroma. Well four great croissants later we are full of good coffee and great croissants the coconut and chocolate was not as nice as I could have imagined but all we great will go back I am still the plain croissant girl though.More
Really interesting place to visit. Great to view the croissants being fashioned before our eyes. Didn't expect the place to live up to my expectations but it did. My ham & gruyere croissant was well worth the 💸
Unbelievably terrible service. Their front office lady yelled at me for having my facemask under my chin while I was sipping my coffee, I was outside and they have a glass / plastic visor shield at their window. It was so unbelievably rude. I asked...the lady whether she thought it was appropriate that I wear a mask while sipping my coffee through the mask. Meanwhile my friend was standing next to me and were both lookng at the menu, the cashier yelled at me to wait for the other lady (my friend) to order first, my friend explained that we were there together. I have not experienced such rude hoslitality, and in an environment where there are alot of hospitality workers out of a job, this lady should not be working in hospitality and give others who have a warm welcoming personality a job instead.More
Sadly Lune didn’t take me to the moon. The plain croissant really was perfect. The ham one had a big ball of ham in one spot, hard to go right apparently. Some staff were excellent while others were the total opposite. Not all products on...display and no proper menu so it’s hard to know what’s for sale and at what price. Not helpful if you get the nonchalant staff who don’t want to engage with customers. The fitout at Rose street is impressive. They charge like wounded bulls so the service greatly lets this experience down.More
This has the best croissants I've ever tasted. Gotta experience it, it is abit pricey but worth it. I went during Covid so long lines weren't a problem. Me and my friend enjoyed it so much we can't wait to come again from Sydney.
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Fitzroy is an unusual blend of working class roots, hip gentrification, and a robust bohemian work ethic. Along Brunswick Street and its side streets, you'll find little independent shops where local clothes and furniture designers display their wares. There are specialist bookshops, funky record bars, and quality vintage clothing shops where browsing is the next best thing to buying. Gertrude Street is famous for its
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