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Maison Kayser



1535 3rd Avenue
New York, NY 10128

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(212) 348-8400

Hours

  • Sunday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Monday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm

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Cuisine: Bakeries, French Restaurants


4.7 of 5.0 from 44 reviews


price range:Less than $10

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Maison Kayser Reviews

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  • Meghan JGreat selection of freshly baked breads and pastries

    55555 by Meghan J


  • Meghan JGood place for freshly baked breads and pastries

    55555 by Meghan J


  • Luc AGreat iced coffee. If it's not too crowded, stay and sit for brunch

    55555 by Luc A


  • WejdanÉpinards & chèvre is delicious.

    55555 by Wejdan


  • Princess RuneTheir baguette monge is perfect. No other bakery compares.

    55555 by Princess Rune


  • Ryan G.French bakery with some really tasty items.

    55555 by Ryan G.


  • Andrew C.Cute cafe with high-end foods at reasonable prices! We came for a late lunch, so place was empty and staff was very quick.... chicken and quinoa salad was more chicken salady, not so much quinoa!!!

    55555 by Andrew C.


  • Lauren D.Get the olive bread.

    33333 by Lauren D.


  • Marizza W.Delicious french pastries and coffee!

    55555 by Marizza W.


  • EaterThe eggs and tartines shouldn’t be missed. The menu includes eggs with avocado, feta, and red onions on quinoa bread; and a casserole of smoked salmon, asparagus, eggs, ricotta, capers, and red onions

    55555 by Eater


  • DevontaWhite Chocolate Bread

    55555 by Devonta


  • Joanna F.Really nice brunch, much better than you might expect at a chain. Les Tartines are a nice size.

    55555 by Joanna F.


  • Mike GBread is amazing, the baguette is maybe the best I've had in NYC. Pastries are much sweeter than at their locations in France, and are made in New Jersey and trucked in.

    55555 by Mike G


  • Brett FrommeWonderful French pastries.

    55555 by Brett Fromme


  • Rebecca E.Great brunch menu and pastries

    55555 by Rebecca E.


  • Taylor V.Great breads and coffee in the to go section

    55555 by Taylor V.


  • Amy R.It's worth walking the extra 100 feet for better baked goods than whole foods

    55555 by Amy R.


  • Sonia SYuzu tart, apple tart and an earl grey make a perfect afternoon tea

    55555 by Sonia S


  • Paige C.Very slow service (waitress was more concerned about chatting with a co-worker) so we had to ask for coffee refills several times. Food was delicious. Next time we will probably just come for dessert.

    33333 by Paige C.


  • Zayed K.Baked eggs here are great. Soft, just a tad runny, and very cheesy.

    55555 by Zayed K.


  • Abigail A.Pastries and coffee. What more could you want from a place?

    55555 by Abigail A.


  • Gellie C.Everything is good: great croissants, pastries, but terrible baguettes. Hard, small, just don't.

    55555 by Gellie C.


  • Tiffany L.Fantastic selection of French pastries. Croissants are outstanding as well as the cookies

    55555 by Tiffany L.


  • T MThe food is good. The service is slow. All white clientele and was amusing to watch a couple of ladies complain their whole way through their meal.

    33333 by T M


  • DaawniiKayser's croissant is way better than the one in le pain quotidien.

    33333 by Daawnii


  • Julieta PedrosaA nice place at upper east side that reminds me of France. Très jolie!

    55555 by Julieta Pedrosa


  • Jason B.The bakery is of course great, but be sure to try the cafe for a decadent French breakfast

    55555 by Jason B.


  • Dan LCocotte Parisienne excellent!!

    55555 by Dan L


  • Lindsay LyonsWhite chocolate brioche is delicious!

    55555 by Lindsay Lyons


  • Alexandre OBest bread and pastry in New York!!

    55555 by Alexandre O


  • Jeremy B.Finally a great bakery around here!

    55555 by Jeremy B.


  • Nicole B.A perfect stop for a quick bite or to pick up bread and sweets for home. Perfect for a quick mid morning breakfast as well.

    55555 by Nicole B.


  • Emerson H.Beef Stew is so Good

    55555 by Emerson H.


  • Brandon C.Their coffee is excellent, but pricey!

    55555 by Brandon C.


  • Carmen M.I really wish they employed people who speak a little French so they can take the order without having to point and spell

    33333 by Carmen M.


  • Jeremy H.I expected more based on the UES opinion of this place. However the bakery is good and they are usually over staffed so there's very little wait.

    55555 by Jeremy H.


  • Sam L.All French style bakery

    55555 by Sam L.


  • Varun S.Buy 2 dozen croissants. Go home and stick them in a pillowcase and rest your weary head on them. Every morning, eat one when you wake up. When you run out, get more.

    55555 by Varun S.


  • EaterThe Upper East Side has a new spot that offers 120 seats, a coffee bar, & a menu with seasonal lunch items like heirloom tomato salad, panzanella, & braised lamb casserole or roasted chicken.

    55555 by Eater


  • Juan C.Good and nice food. You won't go wrong with the French onion soup. I think it is over staffed and some of the waiters just walk around. Definitely a place to try on the UES. Haven't try the bakery yet

    55555 by Juan C.


  • Juan C.Ask for the Onion Soup. Great.

    55555 by Juan C.


  • Jakob P.Nice place.

    55555 by Jakob P.


  • Marco MBest breakfast UES

    55555 by Marco M


  • Chi MPlease do qa on your bread, it's too tough and small... I know you can do better!

    33333 by Chi M


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