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Telephone
6636 3672
Introduction
Maison Kayser is a French bakery which serves french breads, pastries, desserts and breakfast menu. All of Maison Kayser's breads are kneaded, shaped and baked fresh each day in the baking rooms of the bakery. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 20:00
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 20:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://maison-kayser.com.sg/
Signature Dishes
Campagne Gorogonzola Eclair Chocolat Pain Au Chocolate
Review (17)
More than a year since my last visit (continuing reading after this) , Maison Kayser still dishes out pretty much same offerings for bread and pastries. But a closer look revealed something new. The Chocolate Caramel Tart ($6.30) looks promising but the tart is not exactly crunchy. Sitting beneath the swirls of cocoa-dusted chocolate mousse, the caramel layer can be lifted with teeny bits of sea salt. Matcha Financier $2.40 is more like a moist yet crumbly butter cake, but the sugar level went abysmal. Beware!Relievingly, there were two decent finds. The Matcha Mascarpone breaks the conventions by replacing the red bean with a subtly sweet milk chocolate ganache. With a silky matcha mascarpone of above-average intensity, this was quite a good deal at $5.50.Ispahan is no longer a sole propriety of Pierre Herme as it has been replicated many times all over the world. I was delighted to find this Ispahan Eclair ($3.70) that contained a lovely lychee-raspberry pastry cream perfumed with rose scents. The choux pastry wasn't good, obviously, but who cares when it tastes so pleasant, especially right out of the fridge. Full Review: http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2014/10/maison-kayser-singapore-matcha-ispahan.html continue reading
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Level3 2013-08-16
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Maison Kayser is a nice place for me to chill in the late afternoon. I had their eclair set, which was one of their best selling pastries. I choose the coffee eclair and a cup of hot chocolate to go with it. The length of the eclair was around 15cm and it was filled with rich and creamy coffee cream. I find that the pricing was reasonable, as the the eclair has made my money worth, thus I will be coming back to try their other eclair soon. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-07
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Eric Kayser the baker behind Maison Kayser once said "The secret to a great baguette is time, it can be rushed." They start working on their baguette a day in advance a requirement of at least 10 hours minimum to ferment and rise the bread.I was around Scotts Square during Chinese New Year and dropped by at Maison Kayser to try their well known Croissant (around S$2.50) and the perfect Baguette (forgotten the price around S$5.00 to S$6.00).Though its been few months ago, I can still remember the goodness of the Croissant. Its buttery, flaky and light. The Baguette I kept overnight and light toasted the next morning was crispy and fresh. Goes well with a spread of butter on the slices.Besides breads, they also sell pastries and cakes. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-06
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Just visited maison kayser for lunch today. I had a chocolate hazelnut croissant for my lunch. The croissant was pretty tasty, being sweet with a nutty and chocolatey flavour, however I felt that it wasnt very outstanding. the pastry itself was pretty normal, maybe I had too high expectations of this well known brand but the croissant did not wow me. Cost 3.30 per piece continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-18
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Had my lunch at Maison Kayser located at the basement of Scotts Square. Ordered their Croissant scrabble egg set lunch which comes with a soup. Soup of the day (Tomato soup) - The soup was quite watery and sour. Since i am not a fan of tomato, this soup does not suit my taste buds. The set lunch - The croissant was crispy at the outer layer but really soft inside. It had a very strong buttery taste. The scrabble egg & the bacon was quite normal. continue reading
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