Are they worth the wait in line? I can’t honestly say because I didn’t have to wait in line to get them. A couple of girls from work went to Lune Croissanterie one Sunday morning just before work to get them. They lined up at 7:20 for about an hour before they were eventually served. Are the croissant good though? Yes, they definitely are. Are they worth all the hype? Yes, I would say so. But like many who have been there and gone back, the pastries only live up to the hype when eaten fresh while they’re still warm.
It’s a given that pastries are often best eaten fresh, like most baked goods. The girls from work ordered a variety of croissants and cruffins to go and I must say that everything tasted pretty good. Everyone’s favourite was the twiced cooked pandan croissant. The passionfruit cheesecake cruffin was okay but the blackforest cruffin was much nicer. Compared to cronuts however, I would much rather have a cronut over a cruffin anyday. If you’re travelling a fair way to Lune Croissanterie, I would suggest sticking with the croissants. Otherwise, I would highly recommend coming here. Early is always best as you might end up missing out on a particular croissant or cruffin if you come later in the day.