At least the best multigrain baguettes I have ever had! Visited it 4 different times, service was a bit disorganized/rude once.
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I love Eric Kayser bakeries - the baguettes are fantastic with delicious crispy ends. I ordered a Mediterranean sandwich and lemon tart - both were great but I think the lemon tart was the best I have ever had. It is also well priced (I...More
This was my first time to France. We celebrated our five-year anniversary there. I am a big fan of croissant and bakeries! Eric Kayser was on my #mustgo list. I never knew baguette could be so addictive! It's so good. After we came back, all...More
Lucky us, one location of this famous bakery was a 5 min. walk from where we were staying in the Latin Quarter (close to St. Germaine and St. Michel) and it's a must try for amazing baguettes, croissants, brioches etc. Most people come in and...More
This was on the way to the Palais des Congres from our apartment. The almond croissant is good and the coffee not bad despite coming from a Nespresso machine.
A chain of bakeries across Paris (and elsewhere in France), we stepped into their Rue du Bac store when strolling around St Germain. We ordered their apricot and pistachio tart – almost hesitating to bite into what looked like a piece of art. Wonderful flavours....More
This place always have a long line every time we walk by so as we were walking back from Eiffel tower we went in right before closing. Most of the sandwiches were sold out, and they barely speak English so I just pointed what I...More
Made a stop here for breakfast pastry. The croissant and pain du chocolate were both excellent and the staff was helpful and quick even though the shop was busy. Would return for a pastry anytime!
I know there are a few Eric Kayser shops. We were at the one located at 29 Rue La Boétie, 75008 Paris, France. Very nice shop. Friendly staff. The selection was very nice. We had our coffee and pastry there every morning. You can't go...More