Bakeries & Delis

Lune Croissanterie Is Doing A Three-Course Croissant Degustation Dining Experience

By Ranyhyn Laine
28th Oct 2021

a croissant-like dish on a plate

If a three-course meal that’s all about flaky, buttery croissants sounds like your dream dining experience, then you’re going to want to hear what Lune Croissanterie is bringing to Brisbane. 

The iconic Melbourne croissant pitstop and bakery made its way to South Brisbane earlier this year, and has had pastry addicts lining up around the block ever since. And now they’re bringing another famous Melbourne experience to Brisbane: Lune Lab

So popular in Melbourne that it sells out almost as soon as new dates are announced, this dining experience takes place in a bar overlooking ‘The Cube,’ Lune’s production kitchen where all those incredible pastries are made. While you feast, you’ll be able to watch the pastry chefs in action, making you drool even more than the menu will. 

a sweet layered pastry on a plate

Speaking of the menu, it’s a total surprise, but what you can expect is a three-course croissant degustation, starting with a traditional croissant fresh out of the oven, followed by a savoury course and finishing with a sweet dish (the images above are from previous Lune Labs, but you’ll be dining on something completely different). 

Running on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from Friday 5 November to Sunday 19 December, there will be two 90 minute Lune Lab seatings each day, at 9.30am and 12pm. Unlimited non-alcoholic beverages are included in the $75 ticket price, and you can add on a glass of champagne if you want to take things up a notch (or just cheers to your success in nabbing a ticket). 

But really, we know we had you at ‘croissant degustation.’ Tickets go on sale tonight, Thursday 28 October, at 7.30pm and you can snap them up here when they do. 

The Details 

When: 9.30am and 12pm, Friday to Sunday, 5 November to 19 December 
Where: Lune Croissanterie, South Brisbane 
Find out more here

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Image credit: Kim Liew

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