Lune Lab Brisbane
Lune Croissanterie is bringing its three-course croissant degustations to its new South Brisbane store.
What's better than one buttery, flaky croissant that's been called "the finest you will find anywhere in the world" by The New York Times? A three-course croissant degustation that riffs on that tasty pastry. That's what Lune Lab is all about, with the dining experience by Lune Croissanterie making the leap to its South Brisbane store from November.
The Melbourne-born bakery only set up shop in Queensland in August this year, marking its first venue beyond its hometown. That was great news for pastry lovers in general, but adding its Lune Lab dining experience obviously takes things up a few notches.
For your $75 ticket, you'll start with a traditional croissant, served fresh out of the oven. Next, you'll eat a savoury course — the details of which you'll find out on the night — before going sweet to finish things off. You'll also get two hours of unlimited non-alcoholic beverages, and you can add a glass of champagne as well.
It's a far fancier experience than just picking up croissants at your local bakery, clearly, and it all takes place in Lune's bar overlooking 'The Cube', aka its raw production kitchen. So, you'll be eating croissants and croissant-based dishes, and also watching Lune's chefs in action.
Because Lune is about pastries, this is brunch and lunch affair — with sittings every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 9.30am and 12pm. Lune Lab is held in two-month seasons, with its first Brisbane run taking place from Friday, November 5–Sunday, December 19. You can grab tickets from 7.30pm AEST on Thursday, October 28.
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