Where to Find the Best Croissants in Melbourne

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Oh croissants, how we adore thee! The epitome of buttery, flaky goodness, croissants in Melbourne are a true MVP of the food world in our book. Whether it's for breakfast, lunch, a snack or, hell, even dinner, we reckon croissants not only cover all bases, but they do so with style.  

Luckily, with Melbourne's burgeoning cafe culture and coffee scene, delicious croissants are easy to get your mitts on. Here's where to head for the best croissants in Melbourne. 

Where to Find the Best Croissants in Melbourne

1. Lune Croissanterie

Lune Croissanterie
Lune Croissanterie 

If you know your croissants, you'll know Lune Croissanterie.

Lune Croissanterie take their croissant-making seriously. Like, work-of-art level, seriously! They consider themselves to be a celebration of the creation, complexity and ultimate enjoyment of a croissant—and they offer utterly mouth-watering selections of both sweet and savoury goods.

Our pick? If you can get your hands on a Coconut Rough Croissant, you won't be disappointed. ⁠It's a twice-baked pain au chocolat jammed full of cocoa and coconut frangipane, and topped with flaked coconut and dark chocolate.⁠ Drool!

- Shop 9, 161 Collins Street
Fitzroy - 119 Rose Street

2. Baker Bleu

Baker Bleu
Baker Bleu

With two Victorian locations, Baker Bleu are predominantly masters of the sourdough craft. But their Hawksburn location in Prahan is home to a purpose-built pas­try kitchen where they craft the dark art of sour­dough viennoiserie.

Even their plain croissants are a taste sensation, as buttery as they come and the perfect balance of crunchy and soft. In short, they are truly mouthwatering—and you won't regret a trip to Baker Bleu for some of the best croissants in Melbourne.

Caulfield North -
 119 - 121 Hawthorn Rd, Caulfield North
Hawksburn - 42 Errol Street, Prahan

3. Agathé Pâtisserie

Agathe Patisserie Melbourne
Agathé Pâtisserie

If you've been hunting for the best almond croissants in Melbourne, the hunt is over!

Head pastry chef, Agathé Kerr attended the prestigious École de Boulangerie et Pâtisserie de Paris, so, yep, her creations are pretty legit. Along with incredibly flaky chocolate and almond croissants, other flaky favourites on the Agathé Pâtisserie menu include a delectable chocolate chip croissant, traditional croissants, early grey croissants, and her tea-infused creations. 

Location: Shop 49A Royal Arcade, 3000 CBD, 335 Bourke St

4. Loafer Bread

Loafer Bread
Cheesy, buttery, flaky, heaven.

A stalwart of the (very lucky!) Fitzroy North community, Loafer Bread is an organic artisan bakery that honours traditional techniques and specialises in hand-shaped sourdough bread and pastries. 

Championing organic and biodynamic ingredients, Loafer Bread is a waste-conscious baker, and their ham and cheese croissants are a mouth-watering marvel. Check them out for bread, croissants, and other delicious pastry treats! 

Location: 146 Scotchmer Street, Fitzroy North


The best croissants in Melbourne
Drool! Q le Baker's range of croissants is a true Melbourne delight.

A market baker with clout, Q le Baker is a South Yarra institution serving up some of the most delicious croissants and pastries in the game.

If you're stopping by, our favourite is a twice-baked chocolate hazelnut croissant filled with dark chocolate and hazelnut frangipane. Yes, they are a real thing, and absolutely as good as they sound!

Location: Prahan Market, 163 Commercial Rd, South Yarra

6. Florian Eatery

The best croissants in Melbourne
Florian Eatery makes a mean sweet treat and some of the most delicious croissants in Melbourne.

Florian is a daytime eatery that serves coffee, breakfast, wine and lunch, and, epic croissants.

Whether you're after an accompaniment to your coffee or a morning snack to curb your sweet cravings, Florian is the place to do it. Their rotation includes the likes of Maritozzi buns, yuzu doughnuts, elderflower custard doughnuts and walnut, honey and salt croissants. Race you there!

Location: 617 Rathdowne Street, Carlton North

7. Tivoli Road Bakery 

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Croissants don't come much better than these beauties from Tivoli Road!

An artisanal South Yarra institution, Tivoli Road Bakery is just a stone's throw away from Toorak Road. It offers some of the best local sourdough, pies, cakes and pastries in the city, as well as crowd-pleasing croissants that span the traditional to the ultra-unique.

Tivoli Road serves up some of the best almond, plain, and chocolate croissants in Melbourne, as well as inventive specials like white chocolate and strawberry (drool!). 

Location: 3 Tivoli Road, South Yarra

8. Ovens Street Bakery

Ovens Street Bakery
Drool. Drool. Drool. Oven's Street Bakery is bursting with deliciousness.

A micro bakery in the backstreets of Brunswick, Ovens Street Bakery is the perfect destination for a pastry-based pick-me-up!

We'll take our savoury fix from this one, thanks, in the shape of a ham, gruyere, and seed mustard croissant.

This gorgeous little bakery really captures the essence of cafe culture in Melbourne!

Location: 19 Ovens Street, Brunswick

9. Monforte Viennoiserie 

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Croissant date, anyone?

Monforte Viennoiserie is a small-batch pasticceria in Carlton North that creates European-inspired seasonal pastries and jams.

All products are created to change with the seasons, which means championing local produce that's at its best and most flavourful.

The croissant menu boasts the likes of leatherwood honey and sea salt, milk chocolate, coffee and cardamom and mango, Fromage blanc, and elderflower. Rotating savoury flavours are also available on Thursdays and Fridays, so we recommend visiting on an empty stomach!

Location: 585a Canning St, Carlton North

10. Bakemono Bakers

Bakemono Bakers
Bakemono Bakers

Another Melbourne bakery serving some of the best almond croissants around, Bakemono Bakers' offering is a little out of the box.

The menu at Bakemono Bakers is Japanese-infused, so you can expect your almond croissant to include a citrusy kick of yuzu. They also serve a tasty ham and cheese croissant for those seeking something savoury instead.

Location: 273 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne

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