Lune’s croissants, which are dubbed “the best in the world” by the New York Times, are coming to a number of Melbourne cafes.
Lune Croissanterie’s pastries will be available outside its Collingwood store for the first time, starting the week of February 6.
The participating cafes are Cumulus Inc., Higher Ground, The Kettle Black, and Top Paddock. These four places will sell a small number of Lune’s traditional croissants, twice-baked almond croissants, and lemon-curd cruffins.
Founder and director of Lune Croissanterie, Kate Reid said the wholesale supply to the four cafes would not increase Lune’s production rate significantly.
“We have purposely done this to ensure quality and consistency… as we have done with everything else with Lune,” Reid told Broadsheet. “We will grow slowly and sustainably.”
Lune Croissanterie | 119 Rose St, Fitzroy
Cumulus Inc. | 45 Flinders Ln, Melbourne
Higher Ground | 650 Little Bourke St, Melbourne
The Kettle Black | 50 Albert Rd, South Melbourne
Top Paddock | 658 Church St, Richmond