Maison Kayser | Central
After a round of boxing at BXR, or a sculpting session at bePilates, refuel at this Parisian style cafe from world renowned artisan boulanger – Eric Kayser. That’s right, a baker on Baker Street…
Before you start freaking out about carb loading on cakes and croissants, relax. There are plenty of healthy options like Tartine a l’avocat which comes with protein rich eggs, a traditional French omelette with iron-rich mushrooms, and a puy lentil, rocket and feta salad to-go.
Other breakfast options include oeuf en cocotte and porridge oat la la. Only the French could make porridge sexy…
All breads are made using a fermentolevain. A revolutionary machine that gives the bread such a delicious crust with a creamy centre. Try the signature “Monge Baguette” which has a subtle hazelnut flavour or the Tumeric loaf.
For the coeliacs among you, there’s plenty of bread options available sans gluten, made with buckwheat, dried fruit and chickpea. Read Eric’s gluten free bread recipe here.
Of course, it would be rude not to sample a financier or two. Or go crazy and have a pistachio and raspberry macaroon… we know you’ll burn it off afterwards with a lethal left hook.
Address: 8 Baker Street, London W1U 7EU
Tube: Bond Street (Central, Jubilee), Marble Arch (Central)
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