In an age where you can shop at all the primo international stores via IRL Aussie locations, do everything on the internet and watch movies without going to the video store, it is madness that you simply can’t have ANYTHING you want whenever you want it. Like Lune Croissanterie croissants.
For the uninformed, Lune are Melbourne heavyweights in the pastry scene. In the any-food scene, really. There are arguments that they make the best croissants in Australia – but you can only have them if you go to one of their two stores in Melbs.
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???????? – We are very excited to finally announce that at the end of August, for the first time ever, Lune croissants will be coming to Asia! . Lune has been invited to attend @cafeculturesg in Singapore, 29th August to 1st September. Each day of Cafe Culture we will be freshly baking up a limited number of our traditional croissants. . Tickets to attend Cafe Culture are available through the link in @cafeculturesg bio. – #lunecroissant #lunesg #cafeculturesg
Until now – maybe. Good Food are reporting that there are rumours in the cheffy community of Lune Croissanterie making it’s way up to Sydney. Now, if this was The Daily Mail saying it, I’d be dismissing it as faux hype. But Good Food are all about the foodie culture. I’d hedge a strong bet whoever they’re hearing rumours from might actually know what’s up.
Some other Melbourne-based exciting food news for you from the same report – D.O.C, known for their phenomenal pizza in Melbo, are actually 100% coming to Sydney – they’ve gotten some retail space RIGHT near my bloody workplace, which is the best and worst news ever.
Yep, D.O.C will be in Surry Hills as of late February, if you’re keen for some of the best pizza Australia has to offer.
As for Lune, we’ll have to wait and see. Just don’t open near my work Lune or I’ll literally become a human carb.Image: Instagram / @lunecroissant