Eric Kayser Artisan Boulanger

LG/F Power Plant Mall, Amorsolo Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati, Metro Manila

Eric Kayser Artisan Boulanger
4.3
4.5 Stars

39 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 16
  • 4 stars 19
  • 3 stars 4
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 47 Reviews
  • 99 Recommend
  • 39 Reviewers
Category:
Bakery
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6328900850

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Kids Menu:
No
Delivery:
No
Take Out:
Yes
Ambience:
Casual
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

Christina R.
3.0 Stars

5127775 for the Kouign Amann and their baker, a big pile of smelly 128169 for the cashier.

Their Kouign Amann is one of the best I've eaten. Sweet, flaky, really good even if I ate it a few days after we bought them. I felt too guilty to eat a whole one so I peeled a layer off to eat every day.

What I didn't like was that we weren't given the senior discount. Unlike other stores that graciously ask for one's card, the cashier didn't even bother to ask for my Lola's. Right after we were given the change I saw the discount sign so I asked the cashier to refund us and repunch our purchase. She said she's not allowed to do that and we should just come back to avail of the discount. Talaga lang ha.

I emailed the management the same day and told her I am a regular customer. I'm happy to report to you guys that they replied within a few days after my email. Unfortunately, albeit politely, she sided with the cashier to say they don't ask for the card because they don't want to insult the customer by assuming they're old. Hu-waw. My 85-year old Lola, who can't even walk without assistance, insulted to be asked if she was a senior citizen? For a place that charges so much on pastries I find it absolutely selfish of them to withhold such a discount. It was my Lola that paid for everything, it was her first time here as she rarely leaves the house. Like, may discount talaga ang seniors pero secret lang ha. If you're old and too blind to read the sign, or stupid enough to not to ask for it, it's your loss.

We bought all of those. Just shy of 1000 pesos. Have not gone back since. If you know any senior citizen intending to purchase anything from here, make sure you demand for the discount.

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Edwin I.
5.0 Stars

Eric Kayser's Pistachio Financier is my current guilty sweet tooth pleasure. These French Pastries seemingly resembling ubiquitous muffins are, to my mind, heavenly French sweet treats.

The semblance to looking like muffins ends there. Biting into these guilty sweet treats award sweet tooth foodies with a dense, chewy, lightly nutty, lightly buttery, rich, pastry drenched in syrup and pistachio bits. The texture of this awesome pastry is a far cry from traditional bready muffins because almond flour is used giving it a perfectly dense yet chewy- nutty smooth texture. Even if the pastry is drenched in syrup, the sweetness level is spot on without that gawking cloy of "too sugary" or "too rich" after-taste.

Truth be told, I can easily down 2 pieces of these yummy pastries in one sitting.

Eric Kayser's Pistachio Financiers are highly recommended to sweet tooth foodies.

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AAA M.
5.0 Stars

I've been craving for a good pastry lately and especially for pain au chocolat. So I headed straight here and just my luck, there was an available kouign amann. God I just love how buttery and flaky their pastries are! When I heated the kouign amann it was dripping of butter and I'm not complaining at all. The pain au chocolate was soft and the chocolate was just lovely. The croissant was just as good too btw 9786

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Cette D.
4.0 Stars

Tried their new flavor of eclair. The pistachio! I had it because the color stands out. lol. Kinddin'. 128514 But the salted caramel is better for me. 128513 Tho it's also delicious. 128077

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Cette D.
5.0 Stars

After having lunch at Rustan's. I tried Eric Kayser's eclairs. 10084️ I was so picky of what to have. I wanted the Parisian something because it looks too much goodness.

I just had the salted caramel eclair. I have it take out because I just had brazo awhile ago. After a few hours I said I'll just have a small bite, later I found myself eating half of it and little did I know there's nothing left. lol. 128514 That's how good it is. 128513 The top layer was not sticky. The bread was soft and the filling was sooooo goood! 128525 I'm craving now.

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Albert T.
5.0 Stars

THIS is what makes 3 hour meetings worthwhile!!! #darkchocolate #chewycookie #mrsweettoothsohappy #needtoruntoburn 128540

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Brown C.
4.0 Stars

Their butter croissants are the best! Their cookies are good as well. Yum!

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Monique A.
4.0 Stars

My old flame pain au chocolate or chocolate croissant ... Perfect with my flat white thanks to Dustin for taking the time to visit & bring me some snacks9728127752

Flying to Paris for breakfast is simply not something one can do every day. Thankfully, now we can indulge and hv all the options in the metro without reaching out for our passport everytime on this light, soft , flaky golden puffy crisp buttery croissant with fine semi sweet dark chocolate chunks on the inside. Best warm just before serving to experience pure melted chocolate goodness . Bon appetite !!!

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Monique A.
4.0 Stars

I'm use to hving Choco croissant & so M thought of bringing me something different with my coffee

Plié au chocolate ... somewhat another take on the chocolate croissant variety ,plié au chocolate is a delicious combination of croissant dough filled with pastry cream and dark chocolate inside & on it's sides. More toasty edges for a crunchier texture with a thin layer of caramelized sugar on top creates a crisp crust that contrasts perfectly well with the dense pastry & creamy rich chocolatey mixture. This is a morning pastry worth getting more calories for the perfect indulgence

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Jenn N.
4.0 Stars

I remember Chichi T mentioning in her review that their cookies are good. So before our eatup at SALT last night, I bought cookies from Eric Kayser!

Dark chocolate chip cookie with pecans! It's good but i find some parts a bit too hard. It's also a bit expensive at 90 pesos each. 128557

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Jenn N.
4.0 Stars

I've waited so long to try this 128514 very long overdue review because I had this when their only branch was in Powerplant 128514

Kouign amman! 128077 I'm not a huge fan of anything close to the texture of a croissant, but this? So goooooood! Buttery, flaky, and a bit crunchy 128525 super worth the calories and bad cholesterol! 128514

I heard their cookies are good, I should go back for that. 128523

One thing I didn't like though was their super small space in Rustan's. It tends to get cramped when a lot of people are buying.

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KL C.
4.0 Stars

Kouign Amann: the mighty father of the croissant.

Well, not really. This is miles better than any croissant. Layers of butter and sugar folded in dough combine to make a flaky, caramelized piece of heaven!

For P120, this French pastry will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth! It definitely satisfied mine. Even my sister, who is very picky about pastries, loved it! Every bite was so flaky, yet the caramelized sugar just melted in my mouth. Mmmm.

The drawback? That P120 price tag sort of shocked me, but it was great. :D and also, it does get kind of umay near the end because of butter overload.

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Sas R.
5.0 Stars

I super loved their eclair! It wasnt too sweet as for the breads it was also yummy.

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Mawi A.
3.0 Stars

These fancy boulangeries are all the rage here nowadays, because who doesn't love bread?

This small kiosk was filled with beautifully baked goods that smelled heavenly, and was priced that way as well, if you know what I mean. A piece would cost about almost 100-200 pesos, and these are just the plain brioche and raisin topped selections, or a piece of cookie. The even bigger pieces, like the sourdough, cost more. My small Brasilia chocolate tart was P250, and a chocolate eclair would cost you P150. Granted it was good, but it dint blow my socks off or anything like that.

I probably would stick to my all time Baker's Fresh favorite. There are more selections and i'm guaranteed to walk out happy. :)

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Katrece G.
4.0 Stars

Their Kouign Amman, Dark Chocolate Cookie and Chocolate Croissant--so far one of the best out there. Also tried the eclairs and the mini berries and cream cake of which i thought was going to be the highlight but turned out to be just okay. A bit on the expensive side but I don't mind at all if it's that good. 128523999610084

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Edj S.
4.0 Stars

Their almond chocolate croissant is heaven. Although its on the expensive side its worth it. Would def come back and try other stuff when i go to powerplant again.

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Candid Cuisine C.
5.0 Stars

Eric Kayser's Kouign Amann is the best in the metro!!! Crunchy buttery and flavorful.

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Monique A.
5.0 Stars

Got my groceries but the good smell coming from this pastry shop is tempting me and so once again I succumbed into it and gv in... 128561... What a weakling 128530

Got my usual chocolate croissant ... When heated right ... It's heaven with every bite of it's flaky buttery pastry... 128076128076128076128076128076

Not good experience with the too sweet salty eclair before so I got the coffee flavor one this time ... It's better still can't beat my chocolate crossant

5star for the Choco croissant 127881127881127881127881127881

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Lea A.
4.0 Stars

Mahal na panaderya para sa mga normal na mamamayan tulad ko. Bilang naalala ko ang foodtrip natin Jairus d Theresa L Pat L Reich T sa Brasserie Cicou try ko nga yung Kouign Amman dito. Masarap ha! Malutong at matuklapin sa labas tapos malambot na makunat sa loob (salamat google translate 128513)

Pero parang may kulang kaya bumili pa ko ng isa inuwi ko sa bahay. Microwave ng 30 seconds, lagyan ng caramel ice cream sa ibabaw, ayun ang pinaka-panalong ginawa ko sa buhay ko! Halimaw sa sarap! Try nyo, dali! 128518 Pwede rin kahit ano flavor ng ice cream siguro, nagkataon lang na caramel ang meron kami.

Oo bibili pa rin ako dito pero yung Kouign Amann lang siguro. Sa P120 sulit sya at dito lang ata meron nun. Yung iba tinapay meron naman sa friendly neighborhood panaderya dito samin aka Pan de Manila.

Bakit kaya ang hirap spell at bigkasin ng anything sosyal? Wala lang naisip ko lang128517

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Candice C.
4.0 Stars

the kouign amann is fantastic. it smells really good, warm or cold, and that's pretty rare. layer after layer of subtle sweetness. it smells as good as it tastes. at P120, i can let this one slide.

the honey bread called ekmek i really like as well. nothing fancy, just cozy. yes, this bread makes you think of home. this one gets me interested in the other breads. seriously, do try.

when we were checking out the goodies, fellow shoppers were raving about the cookies. situated at a bottom shelf, these suckers are huge, palm-of-your-hand huge. three varieties: white, dark and milk chocolate. all with nuts. the sight of them is impressive. they're not just big, they are thick with even thicker chocolate pieces in them. as much as they are good, really good actually, i find them too rich if there is ever such a thing. not too sweet but too rich. it's a little bit of taste and mouthfeel. there's too much of the same thing going on.

i read somewhere that eric kayser baked his first apple pie when he was three. what!!?? my earliest kitchen experience is sneaking fried meatballs and that was when i was six. okay, perspective.

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