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8 Baker Street
French chef Eric Kayser knows his way around a bakery. After opening his first site in France back in 1996, there are now over 100 in 21 different countries. This first London outpost appropriately finds its home on Baker Street and is a minimalist, Scandi-style space with grey marble counters and beige banquettes. The multi-purpose site has room for an all-day bakery and deli, as well as a 60-cover restaurant, which is great for a casual meal. The menu covers light bites including soups, salads and sandwiches, while also catering for hungrier customers via loaded burgers and hearty casseroles. On our visit we loved the juicy and filling ‘classic’ burger, a cut above the average thanks to its candied tomato purée filling and a premium patty. Don’t skip the vast selection of homemade sweet pies, pastries and tarts either; we settled on a beautifully presented mandarin eclair with a white chocolate topping. To drink, there’s a pick of fresh fruit juices and a strong selection of French wines by the glass. The amiable staff, reasonable prices and buzzy atmosphere all contribute to Maison Kayser’s status as a little slice of baking heaven.
8 Baker Street
Bond Street Tube Station 450m
Marble Arch Tube Station 502m
The Wallace Collection 134m
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Food + drink: 4
Visiting London less now due to the prevailing situation but was nonetheless delighted to visit this new opening easily found at "The Portman Square end of Baker Street".
You have a selection of ready meals and salads,patisserie & bread(eg.Turmeric,buckwheat,walnut loaves in large or small) counter,cafe.
All looked exciting. The staff were amenable to customers requirements.Sit where you like,buy this eat it here or there etc.
Good communication & quick responses.
Cafe clean & well managed.Light and airy.Modern decor.
Quite pricey even more so if you opt to eat "in".From £1 to £2 added per item.
The actual food was above average for London I guess.
A bit sparse on main meals but this is primarily a bakery.
The cakes were skillfully made maybe just a bit on the teeny side
& a tad dryish,like they'd been around a day or two.
Chocolate Slice,various mini buns,eclairs,praline slice,croissant type,also a range of jarred jams & sweets in packets.
But certainly far better than The London average.
Still not quite hitting the 10 out of 10 buzzer though,with me.
Still all in all an exciting one off experience1
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