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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
Signature Dishes
Campagne Gorogonzola Eclair Chocolat Pain Au Chocolate
Review (10)
Full Maison Kayser review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/03/maison-kayser.htmlNamed for Master Baker and Founder Eric Kayser, Maison Kayser was established in 1996 in Paris, France. Since then it has grown worldwide, with at least 1 bakery in most major cities. Maison Kayser is well known for its innovative baking techniques and equipment, including several designed by the founder himself, such as the Fermentolevain machine which maintains liquid leaven at ideal temperatures.Ambience at Maison Kayser is casual and functional. Layout is spacious, though furniture seems to show signs of aging. This isn't a place known for ambience. Service at Maison Kayser is above average, while staff are polite and efficient, attracting their attention requires a bit of work. They seem a bit shorthanded too.Maison Kayser specialises in authentic French breads and pastries, made according to traditional recipes. A strict attention to detail and insistence on quality when producing their products means Maison Kayser has extremely well made and tasty bread. Bakers usually train for over 1 year just to master the house techniques of slow kneading and long fermentation, and each bakery is overseen by a Master Baker who is trained in all the recipes.Surprisingly, the distinctive premium quality of Maison Kayser is offset by their reasonable and affordable prices, which most breads and pastries costing between SGD $3 - $8. Maison Kayser is also known for incorporating local flavours into their products with French patisserie techniques, producing some interesting fusion flavours. An excellent flaky, buttery Croissant (SGD $4) that is crisp, tasty and not too rich or oily. Very good. For those with a sweet tooth, there is the Bichon Poire Caramel (SGD $6), a flaky, buttery, crisp pastry shell filled with a mixture of caramelised pears and caramel sauce. Extremely sweet and rich, a decadent dessert pastry. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-31
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Maison Kayser is a French bakery which originated in France and has seen opened stores in many locations around the world. The café opens quite early daily and one can buy the bread there for breakfast. There have takeaway and dining options. The seating area is similar to alfresco dining with its open space concept.Today I decided to try their croissant ($2.60) which was quite pricey but I think it is a fair price to pay considering that this is a European brand with a global presence. The croissant is not very crumbly nor does it have a very strong buttery taste. A bit hard but still have the airy fluffy texture, which is the trait for croissants.I still think I had better croissants when I was traveling in Europe or maybe the croissants here have been changed to adapt to the Singaporean climate and locals’ tastebuds. Still it’s is quite a big portion and though I would not return for their croissants, I had be interested to dine there next time. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-26
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Was looking for a place for tea time and this nice cafe came to my mind. We had the Tarte Set ($8+) with a choice of a tarte and drink. Quite a good deal... I chose the Mont Blanc, which is rich and smooth and a nice tinge of chestnut, thumbs up! Coffee was good too. It is a ideal place to chill and have a good nice meal. There are also several lunch sets which is really value for money. While enjoying my sweet treat, I was greatly attracted by the eclair at the next table hahaha! So delish and tempting, im definitely going back to try the eclair! continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-15
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Maison Kayser is a very popular French bakery all over the world, with outlets from Paris to Japan and to UAE. In Singapore, one of the outlets is located at Wheelock Place, which runs quite a brisk business.Danish Salee ($4.30)Danish Pastry with roasted chicken, roasted onion and cheese.Currently the outlet has a new item on sale which is called Danish Salee. It is very creamy with cubes of chicken on it. It feels like eating chicken stew to me. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-06
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I was looking for a place for desserts and chanced upon Maison Kayser. Looking at what they offered, their pastries looked more appetizing than those from, e.g. canele or tiong bahru bakery. Decided on the one with berries (can't remember the name of it) which was recommended. It was extremely filling but I was still able to finish it - sponge cake topped with berries which were a little sour complimented the whole cake well, which was not too sweet. Makes a good tea time dessert. continue reading
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