25 Feb '14, 12am

Obsession, Tradition, And The Best Croissant In Melbourne

Obsession, Tradition, And The Best Croissant In Melbourne

In addition to the traditional plain croissant (slightly bigger than those you’d find in France, to cater to the pastry-hungry Australian market), guests at the Lune bakery window can try a twice-baked almond croissant, a delicate chocolate and almond croissant, and the buttery/caramelized/salty/addictive delight that is the Kouign-Amann, from the Breton region of France. On top of these regulars, Kate also has a rotating roster of “cruffins”, which is exactly what it sounds like – a croissant made in a muffin tin – often filled and topped with seasonal ingredients. Past “cruffins” have included Pavlova , Tiramisu, lemon and kaya , apple crumble, lime and yuzu, and “Cherry Ripe”.

Full article: http://sprudge.com/lune-croissanterie.html

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