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“Great afternoon tea!”

Maison Eric Kayser (Tsim Sha Tsui)
Cuisines: French
Description: French Gourmet restaurant and Bakery Grab & Go Bakery Grab § Go : OPEN DAILY 9.00 am : 10.00 pm Restaurant : OPEN DAILY 10.00 am : 10.00 pm
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Description: French Gourmet restaurant and Bakery Grab & Go Bakery Grab § Go : OPEN DAILY 9.00 am : 10.00 pm Restaurant : OPEN DAILY 10.00 am : 10.00 pm
Reviewed July 30, 2013

This French bakery is amazing. The deserts are simply delicious! We used to like Cova Afternoon Tea, which has been very famous and very expensive in Hong Kong. But now we like this French Cafe more than Cova, because the food at Cova is not so great as before.

Thank madprofessor
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Reviewed July 13, 2013

Good food and very good service. Try the mushroom risotto, umhumm! As a plus, their bakery next door has some yummy goods. The curcuma bread, the chocolate bread and the chocolate éclair were my favorites. I went back to get more, and brought some home!

Thank KTITA
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Reviewed April 27, 2013

A baby friendly restaurant ( it's on the same floor as kids and baby floor) with a cosy environment and such delicious food! And note the portions are just nice. Most restaurants will have a huge portion of food leaving you stuffed or having to eat just half of your food. Anyway, that's the plus side of this. Another plus side is their bakery which so happens to be next door to their restaurant.

Their bakery, which always seems to be crowded with customers leaves an impression that their goodies in there are good. And indeed it was good and to be honest, never have I returned back to one bakery so often while on holiday. It's no wonder their bakery is always busy.

I can't think of any negative feedback to give but this is a place where you could come and have a nice meal and relax.

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Thank Rachel A
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Reviewed April 14, 2013 via mobile

We were attracted by the reasonably prices set lunch menu. The two course meal offers a choice of salad or soup; plus a selection of main courses. (HK$20 extra for a tart of the day). A generous basket of bread was provided, and they were good! Smoked salmon salad was fresh, and our main (grilled chicken with potato; seafood fougasse) were simple and tasty. The food wasn't overwhelmingly impressive, but really not bad for the price. The restaurant is next to the harbour side, so gives a great view. Total bill for two was HK$300.
There is a bakery right next to the restaurant. With presentation of the restaurant receipt, we can get 10% off the takeaway bakery.

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Thank Christina L
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Reviewed March 20, 2013

croissant is one of my favourite bakery item, so when i knew MEK was arriving TST, i always looked for a chance to go there and buy one croissant. i can't say it's the best in town but i'm sure it's on the top list, and it's as good as urban's but here you don't need to queue.

Thank bensun l
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