We loved this bakery very much, with great bread, croissants and the best baguettes we have tasted. The service is also very nice.
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To pay that much for this? Never again, never Dry bread, no taste Seen on TV as an artisan boulder was terribly disappointed Dosent worth attention, industrial prefabricated stuff
my friend usually does not finish any sweets but this time she could finish them all and said "it tastes good" for twenty times during she ate chocolate éclair and lemon tart. Their taste were fantastic I have ever had. The strong lemon flavor spread...More
I was concerned that in the bread-focused food culture of France I would have trouble eating gluten free. Fortunately I discovered that well-known boulanger Eric Kayser offers a variety of gluten free bread products in certain locations. I purchased a rice-flour loaf every second day...More
We declined our hotel's breakfast and walked a block to Kaiser. Buttery flakey pastry every morning beats a machine croissant any day. And for a quick lunch, take out a sandwich on some of Paris' best bread.
The gluten free bread was really good but please be aware that not all locations offer GF. We took the metro to one location and they directed us to a different one (challenging for us as they only spoke French - lots of gesturing and...More
The bread here is by far the best I have tasted in Paris, the sweets are excellent, the sandwiches fresh... but the best part is the staff... headed by Mme. Faulcon, I think. She makes every single guest feel as if he/she were the most...More