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Maison Kayser

(5 Reviews)
East 87th Street, 1535 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10028, USA

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Category: Bakery, Cafe, Restaurant,
Address: East 87th Street, 1535 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10028, USA
Zip code: 10028
Phone: (212) 348-8400
Website: http://maison-kayser-usa.com/

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The phone number for Maison Kayser is (212) 348-8400.

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Maison Kayser is located at East 87th Street, 1535 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10028, USA

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The website (URL) for Maison Kayser is: http://maison-kayser-usa.com/

Customer Ratings and Reviews

  • Krystal Washington on Google

    (September 15, 2020, 10:12 am)

    Pricey but delicious, they sat and served our group of 8 quickly

  • Luan Nguyen Minh on Google

    (November 25, 2019, 10:39 pm)

    The Pistachio & White Chocolate cookie is SO SO GOOOOOOOOOOD

    Literally the best cookie I’ve ever had. The flavor was full of pistachio (not artificial), white choc was chewy, the texture was a bit chewy, crunchy & soft in just a right amount.

    Wish they had a station to warm it up though, would’ve been even better. Staff was kind and helpful. The baked goods & cakes look proper.

  • Mary Twiss Connolly on Google

    (July 7, 2019, 2:27 pm)

    I wanted to love Maison Kayser because their flagship boulangerie (rue Monge) bakes my favorite croissant in Paris. However, the croissants here were a bit disappointing. I was expecting what I receive in Paris: crisp on the outside, flaky (so flaky you need to brush the crumbs off you), and fluffy multi layers inside. They do meet the latter criterion (when opened you can see the many rolled layers inside) at this NYC outlet, but unfortunately the outside is too soft. I’m not sure if the croissant was older or if the humidity was affecting the product? But it was mediocre.

    I also ordered a Niçoise salad (Salade Niçoise) and this was also a disappointment: not nearly enough niçoise olives, the tuna tasted fishy (it shouldn’t), the anchovies were whole (when eaten in France, I’ve found they were finely diced to impart a better texture and a bit of saltiness), and all the dressing was on the bottom of the salad so you had to stir the salad (which ruins the aesthetic). I ordered a bit more dijon vinaigrette but instead was brought a dish of dijon mustard. I explained that in Paris, a bit of the mustard is mixed in with the vinaigrette. My lovely server brought me a bit more and I stirred in the mustard as desired. The eggs were perfect (although too few) as were the potatoes, haricots vert, & greens.

    Service was a bit slow & every time I needed something I had to flag someone down. Not a big deal. This is how service is executed in Paris.

    Overall, prices are expensive. I paid $34.89 for the salad, avocado, croissant, & 2 16 oz. Badoits.

    Finally, their baguettes are perfect, so next time I will pop in for one of these instead.

  • Andrew Ghassan on Google

    (February 21, 2019, 9:14 pm)

    The best Maison Kayser location, and i like them all. This is our favorite brunch restaurant, we come here almost every weekend. Service is consistently excellent and the food is delicious.

  • Jim Lewis on Google

    (July 24, 2017, 5:34 pm)

    Delicious. The food here is probably a little more fancy than I normally gravitate toward but my daughter suggested it - and she was right. Everything as excellent.

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