Here's Where to Go to Order French Pastries for Delivery

Plus Eric Kayser's signature breads-and even bottled coffee!

(SPOT.ph) Bread fans will know that Eric Kayser is a reliable choice when you're looking for French baked goods. If you're after their specialties but can't head out to pick them out yourself, you'll be happy to know that they've now opened their own website for easy ordering!

The easy-to-navigate website makes it super easy to order all your Eric Kayser favorites.
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Eric Kayser delivers around selected areas around Metro Manila—namely Makati, BGC, Taguig, Alabang, Parañaque, Pasay, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Eastwood, Las Piñas, Manila, and the North area of Quezon City (Tandang Sora, Pasong Tamo, Holy Spirit, Batasan Hills, Matandang Balara, Culiat). For other areas, you can arrange for your own pickup with your courier of choice. Orders are sent out every Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and they offer free shipping on orders worth P2,000 and above within Makati and BGC. Payment options include credit or debit card, or GCash.

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Here are just some of the treats you can order from the website:

Signature breads

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Eric Kayser is known for their wide bread range, which includes the Baguette (P120/piece, P220/set of two pieces), Batard (P120/piece, P220/set of two pieces), Pain Aux Cereales (P125), Rustique (P110), Ekmek (P80), and Sourdough (P260). You can also get sliced pullman-style breads like the Pain De Mie (P155) and Plain Loaf (P145) that are perfect for your sandwiches. Looking to for bread to dip into olive oil as an appetizer? Try their Plain Ciabatta (P95) or Olive Ciabatta (P125).

Croissants and danishes

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If you're looking for an indulgent breakfast or pair to your afternoon tea, don't miss their Croissants (P85/piece, P600/set of eight)—they're as flaky and buttery as you can get. You can also get it as the Croissant Loaf (P295/loaf, P570/set of two loaves). Like it on the sweeter and even more decadent side? Go for the caramel-y, buttery Kouign Amann (P130), the chocolatey Plie Au Chocolat (P125), or the Almond Croissant (P125), which placed third on our 2015 Top 10 Almond Croissants in Manila list.

Sweet treats

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Beyond their yeasted treats, Eric Kayser is known for their Financiers, or cake-like pastries made with almond flour for a distinctly dense and moist body. You can take your pick from the Vanilla (P120), Pistachio (P140), or Raspberry (P140) variants. They also makes great-tasting cookies that are simultaneously crisp and dense yet chewy, and chock-full of their respective mix-ins. You can go for the Dark Chocolate (P120)—it's one of our favorites of its kind in the Metro—or the Dark Salted Oatmeal (P120), Milk Chocolate (P120), or White Chocolate (P120) variants. And ICYDK, their Brownies (P110) placed fifth on our 2019 Top 10 Brownies in Manila list.

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Daily Dose Coffee

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To pair with your breads and pastries, why not pick up some coffee, too? The website carries bottled brews from online seller Daily Dose. Go for the Black coffee (P170/370 ml), Regular Latte (P185/300 ml), Almond Latte (P195/300 ml), or Hazelnut Mocha (P185/300 ml) if you're looking to caffeinate yourself. Alternatively, they also have the tea-based Chai Latte (P195/300 ml).

For orders, check out Eric Kayser's website.

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