Maison Kayser (Scotts Square)

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Maison Kayser Singapore at Scotts Square is a Bakery – Café. We are committed to providing you with the best quality breads, pastries and cakes. So come and enjoy French delicacies! To know more about Maison Kayser Singapore, visit our website:

6 Scotts Road
#B1-25 Scotts Square
Singapore 228209

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08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

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For the price point, I’d expect more of the croissant.

Paid $4.00 for a croissant which looked beautiful, but turned out to be dry and somewhat stale. Likely it was sitting there for the whole day about to get tossed out upon shop close. This being said, it was still minimally buttery and moist in the centre - albeit just for a small bite.

They could consider reheating the pastry if it’s for immediate consumption.

Otherwise, avoid it after office hours.

Enjoying my fruit tart and resting my legs after shopping in the bustling Orchard road

The breakfast set includes choice of danish below $4.80 and a cup of 8oz filter coffee.
A good place for weekend breakfast with family and friends!

Bot it as part of the Tart set. Nice place to chill in

Savoury Croissant 🥐 Breakfast Set (S$8.90)
Available during breakfast at @MaisonKayserSingapore in @ScottsSquareSG till 11am.
Selected tuna croissant 🥐 (S$7.90/ ala carte). The other choice was ham & cheese.
Accompanied with a long black.
The croissant 🥐 was very light and crisp.
Maison Kayser
Address 🏡 : 6 Scotts Road, # B1-25 Scotts Square, Singapore 🇸🇬 228 209
Open ⏰ : 8.30am - 9pm
Website 🌐 :
MRT 🚇 : Orchard (NS22)

Really really really good breads ... ...

The last time I had Maison Kayser was more than 6 to 7 years ago when they first opened .

For a while , the prices seemed to be increasing and the quality seemed to declined so I stopped partronizing.

While shopping at ntuc finest at Scotts square in recent times, I had the privilege to try the bread sampler and I thought the breads were really flavourful - especially the dark chocolate and hazelnut honey bread . I assure you - if you try a piece , you can’t stop....

Expensive as it might be at 5.80 and for a relatively small loaf, I gave in to my heart over my wallet this time and got the black sesame sourdough because I was craving for a good sourdough bread and hadn’t find one that I really really enjoyed amongst the bakeries in Singapore .

You pay a price and you get the quality . The black sesame sourdough bread was crusty on the exterior and chewy and moist inside . The bread was neither too dense Nor too dry - it was absolutely perfect .

Using only natural leaven and a Long Long Long fermentation process , the sourdough flavour was well pronounced but not disturbing - in fact, it was very enjoyable.

I found some of the bread offerings from Maison kayser to be quite similar to bread and hearth , especially the matcha orange and the dark chocolate rolls . Even Their pain au Chocolat share a certain resemblance . Not that anyone should be particularly concerned but that’s just the investigative part about me 😛

Do give the dark chocolate and hazelnut honey bread samples a try if you are in the area 😊