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Maison Kayser

Maison Kayser

Boulangerie, Café et Restaurant français$$$$
Flatiron District, New York
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  • Verónica G.
    Pain aux chocolat, almond croissant, mint tea, my favorites
  • Alyssa F.
    Alyssa FooteMars 29, 2015
    PAIN AU CHOCOLAT S'IL VOUS PLAIT
  • William H.
    William HJuillet 25, 2016
    Top-notch cold brew, white-chocolate brioche you wouldn't expect to blow your mind, and curry & pavot baguette which is a thing that is great. If you have a dog, sit outside and feel good about life.
    A voté pour il y a Sep 29
  • Andrew W.
    Andrew WeberAvril 27, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    Food is excellent - I recommend anything with bread! Seating at the restaurant is tight so I prefer to take out. Nice grab and go refrigerator at the front of the store with sandwiches and salads.
    A voté pour il y a Aug 18
  • Terena P.
    Terena PatrickAoût 11, 2013
    For brunch, must have the croissant and baguette with butter. Also the egg tartines are divine. The eggs are so creamy and the toppings simple but flavorful.
    A voté pour il y a Oct 9
  • Deb
    DebJuin 28, 2016
    The best croissants in town!! (Both chocolate and regular)
  • Marisa W.
    Marisa WongAvril 11, 2017
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    A great spot for breakfast on the weekdays or a place to rest mid-day from errands in the area. Can't go wrong with avocado toast (with eggs in the am or crab in the pm).
  • Andriyanto S.
    Andriyanto SuprayitnoAoût 23, 2013
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    This place really well know for bread and pastries, not forget to mention it they have really good full menu as well. They have famous Niçoise salad, lamb cocotte and fig and goat cheese tartine.
  • Dane F.
    Dane FeldmanFévrier 26, 2016
    Dined here recently with Eric Kayser himself. The man is truly passionate about his baguettes, his family, and making a lasting impression on every neighborhood Maison Kayser is located in. Amazing.
  • Fanny C.
    Fanny ChanAoût 10, 2013
    Very cute French bakery connected to a restaurant. Bread was definitely one of kind of you're into bread. I had their desserts--do creme brulee and almond chocolate croissant. Yes, just do it!
  • Anuj M.
    Anuj MathurJuillet 16, 2016
    A visité ce lieu plus de 50 fois
    enjoy a meal outside while sidewalk people watching with your own bottle of vino (BYOB). if you need something on the fly, go to flatiron wines just a few doors north.
  • Anne S.
    Anne SaulovichAoût 11, 2014
    Great fresh, healthy food. Pastries are to die for, and the baguettes are sooo good. All this and if you sit outside an awesome view of the Empire State Building!
  • Susan S.
    Susan S.Avril 29, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    Delicious bread! I love their chicken quinoa in the restaurant and the Cobb sandwich from the to go section. Beautiful pastries!
  • jacob g.
    jacob gannFévrier 24, 2015
    everything from the coffee to the authentic Parisian pastries. go in the morning for the freshest taste. they will pull an almond croissant right off the baking sheet for you!
  • Untapped Cities
    Untapped CitiesNovembre 17, 2014
    Maison Kayser was started by French baker Eric Kayser. Kayser now has restaurants throughout the world offering an authentic Parisian atmosphere and a menu that closely follows suit. En savoir plus
  • Gothamist
    GothamistAoût 1, 2014
    They've got an assortment of loaves and pastries, but beware: once you bite into one of their baguettes, that bag of Pepperidge Farm Light Style's going right in the trash, whole wheat be damned. En savoir plus
  • Patrick B.
    Patrick BaskinNovembre 1, 2016
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    Simply fantastic pastries (almond croissant and pecan bread are 👌🏼), also get the cold brew: one of NYC's best
    A voté pour il y a Sep 25
  • Megan G.
    Megan GrissettJuillet 19, 2013
    If you want to stray from your standard street-side pastry in the mornings and to pay a little extra for something good, this is the place to go! Am now hooked on their financier framboise.
  • Marc
    MarcAvril 3, 2014
    Tasting Table Choc Chip Cookie List: "Sometimes you want a chocolate cookie with your chocolate chips. Eric Kayser bakes a fine bittersweet one that's rich and 'everything I want' "
  • Kate F.
    Kate FurmanJuin 30, 2015
    Almond croissants, baguettes, carbs galore. If you have time, eat outside on a warm day and people watch. Otherwise, you can get pastries to go on the right half of the store.
  • Julian M.
    Julian ModestoAoût 7, 2014
    A decent chocolate chip cookie with dark chocolate & pecans: the Cookie Noir. Alternative to a Birdbath Bakery/City Bakery cookie
  • TK .
    TK 🍦🍷Décembre 29, 2013
    You can get table service, or take-out. This French bakery is charming, cozy, and offers divine baked goods! It's in a great location too, just off Madison Square Park.
  • Nicole
    NicoleJanvier 26, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    I love the chicken and quinoa salad here so much, maybe more than the baguettes. Cold, tart, and creamy.
  • Ruth T.
    Ruth TupeDécembre 9, 2016
    A visité ce lieu plus de 10 fois
    Hidden gem! Good place to sit and have a conversation with someone. If you're in a rush, their Bakery is great for food-on-the-go
  • Tristan L.
    Tristan LouisOctobre 1, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 50 fois
    The Viennoise au Chocolat is to die for. Also, check out the sandwiches, which bring a little corner of France to the US.
  • Raja H.
    Raja HAoût 27, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Even if you're not hungry, you should always make room for the mini breads (fig, cheese, or olives). Wonderful, cheap snack
  • Kris S.
    Kris SAoût 13, 2013
    Grab a sandwich to go and eat it in Madison Square Park or in front of the Flatiron Building. It will cost you twice as much to eat it there.
  • A W.
    A WriterSeptembre 11, 2014
    The plié is the best combination of chocolate and bread that ever crossed my lips. Even better than the babka at Breads.
  • Sam C.
    Sam CAoût 13, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Truly French croissants, pains au chocolat, baguettes of all shapes and sizes. Egg dishes are ok-croque Monsieur is solid
  • Anna K.
    Anna KhanMai 16, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Has the energy of a paris bakery in the morn. Almond chic croissant is God sent and coffee amazing.
  • Larisa G.
    Larisa GrollemondJuin 10, 2016
    Bread, pastries, etc. One of the only places that reliably has chocolate almond croissants--don't miss them!
  • st
    stAoût 25, 2014
    skip the restaurant if there's a wait. buy their delicious breads and desserts and enjoy them on your own terms.
  • honeywhatscooking.com
    honeywhatscooking.comJuillet 3, 2014
    Almond croissant is slightly eggy, try the adagio instead - chocolate mousse. Chicken Poulet club is delish.
  • aurore q.
    aurore quercyJanvier 29, 2015
    A real taste of France. My favorites: the fig bread, the plain financier and the pain au raisins
  • Mimi
    MimiAoût 17, 2013
    The Mediterranean baguette was amazing. Like eating bread for the first time! Best consumed immediately.
  • Sean D.
    Sean DalyJuillet 22, 2017
    Pretty sure that every item has butter on it. But then again, its also what makes French cooking so good!
  • Joshua N.
    Joshua NewmanJuillet 10, 2016
    Croque madame is excellent, and the breads will change your life. An excellent import!
  • Jay B.
    Jay BeeAoût 17, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 25 fois
    Best baguette in the city. I love all the cake and pastries. staff is really nice too
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsOctobre 30, 2013
    Come here for the bread - amazing baguettes and sourdough.
  • Lindsey K.
    Lindsey KimMai 31, 2015
    Great spot for a quick lunch. Grab a chocolate almond croissant on your way out!
  • sarah p.
    sarah parsonsSeptembre 13, 2013
    Best bread in NYC. Also amazing cheese cake and cheese pastry and pistachio financier
  • 🄵🄴🄻🄸🅇 d.
    Get the bread basket for a delicious and very affordable French breakfast.
  • Craig A.
    Craig AustinOctobre 20, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Great place to take visitors. View of the Empire State Building from the outdoor patio.
  • Jessie W.
    Jessie WFévrier 20, 2014
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    Pretty sure the Paris Brest has crack cocaine as an ingredient...can you say addiction? The chouquettes are good too.
  • Bero S.
    Bero SMai 13, 2017
    Good place for light breakfast, I got the brioche and some jam. Was good
  • Martin S.
    Martin S.Novembre 15, 2015
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    The cocottes are sublime. You can see the egg cooking in if you dig into it immediately.
  • Christina C.
    Christina ChinAoût 1, 2015
    Super nice and helpful staff, almond croissant with marzipan is very good.
  • Emmanuel G.
    Emmanuel GalvanMars 9, 2016
    Super nice service, fast line, and of course, the bread is awesome ! Duh ! It's real French !
  • Amanda
    AmandaMars 15, 2016
    A visité ce lieu plus de 5 fois
    The chestnut tart is absolutely remarkable. Indulgent filling mixed with varying textures, all without being overly heavy.
  • RC
    RCMars 5, 2015
    They have a nice salmon and egg plate. Coffee is fine.
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