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Maison Eric Kayser

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Eric Kayser is a baker artisan who decided to make a career in leavened bread while modifying it to the expectations and tastes of today. The secret of Kayser bread is the long fermentation and short kneading process which preserves the flavours and ... More
Benny CHAN
Benny CHAN (a month ago )
Had this Le Casanova, lovely taste of almond and chocolate mousse with vanilla cream in the middle. Reasonably priced and staff are polite. Scrumptious French pastry. I just love it and will surely come again.
The Iowan
The Iowan (in the last week )
Coffee and croissant, it's a cure of sorts for sleepless nights pondering the road ahead. Service quality can be inconsistent at times but their intentions are good.
Linda (2 months ago )
Great choice of sweet and savory bread and ideal to grab some breakfast. I personally love the cheese bread. Prices are a bit high, but the quality is good and it's delicious. Staff is always friendly.
BradJill (5 years ago )
There are a handful of Maison Eric Kayser, Parisian style boulangeries around Hong Kong Island, including this small branch at 70 Queen's Road East in Wan Chai. Opening hours 7am to 8.30pm (weekdays) and 7.30am to 8.30pm on weekends. This is a good place for early morning pastries and coffee. Croissants are about as good as you'll find in Hong Kong beyond Wanchai based bakehouse. Eric Keyser makes good danishes, tarts, quiche and other light morning bites as well. Coffee is fine, espresso citrusy like most places in the city, milk coffee drinks pretty good as well. There is a small seating area at this Eric Keyser, a handful of small tables as well as full length window seating. Staff speak English, are attentive an polite.
M Ng
M Ng (4 years ago )
Great food & coffee is good, but service no good🤨 Visit TST branch, service is better than here.