Calling all chocoholics! From luxury bites at La Maison Du Chocolat, Venchi and Charbonnel et Walker to homegrown artisanal brands such as Hakawa Chocolate and Conspiracy Chocolate, here’s where to find the best chocolates in Hong Kong!
Whether you prefer melt-in-the-mouth and milky, are more of a dark and decadent fan or enjoy liqueur-filled chocolatey goodness, there is something out there to suit every tastebud. So if you have been struggling to get your perfect fix, read on to find out where you can pick up the best chocolates in Hong Kong.
Leonidas – Chocolates that support a good cause
A Belgian chocolate brand started in 1913, Leonidas’ mission is to give back to society. In keeping with that, its revenue in Hong Kong (after deducting expenses) goes towards supporting a social enterprise, Benji’s Centre that provides professional speech therapy to children of low-income families who have speech and communication problems.
La Maison Du Chocolat – Luxury French chocolates in Hong Kong
La Maison Du Chocolat brings the best of French chocolates to the 852. It offers fluffy French pastries, macarons, chocolate bars and twigs and truffles that are hard to resist. The chocolates come in beautiful signature gift boxes; go for the Coffret Maison if you’re looking for 112 pieces of decadent dark and milk chocolate in a box!
Conspiracy Chocolate – Vegan chocolate bars with unique flavours
Fancy something more unique than traditional chocolate bonbons and truffles? Hong Kong-founded craft chocolate brand Conspiracy Chocolate has an ever-growing catalogue of experimental infusions that also happen to be vegan. We’re talking roasted rice tea, genmaicha, sourdough bread and more!
Hakawa Chocolate – Locally made chocolates in Hong Kong
When you walk along Gough Street and feel entranced by the delicious chocolatey smell wafting through the air, you know it’s Hakawa Chocolate. Started and run by two enthusiastic local chocolatiers, Hakawa operates out of a tiny space and has the most delicious offerings, with flavours ranging from Himalayan sea salt to Sichuan peppercorn, plus many varieties of drinking chocolate.
Charbonnel Et Walker – Luxury chocolates perfect for gifting
One of Britain’s first and finest chocolatiers, Charbonnel Et Walker has been loved by everyone (including the royals!) The handmade luxury chocolates and truffles include classic flavours such as sea salt, raspberry and amaretto which are delicately packed into a handmade box; making it ideal for gifting!
Charbonnel Et Walker, Shop 104, 1/F, Alexandra House, Central, Hong Kong, 9303 6782,
Royce’ Chocolate – Chocolate-covered potato chips, cookies and more
With a few outlets throughout the city, Royce’ knows that chocolate makes all good things better! You’re sure to find any type of chocolate that suits your tastebuds here, we’re talking chocolate-covered potato chips, cookies, liquor chocolates, chocolate fingers, wafers and bars.
Damyel Chocolatier – Vegan and kosher chocolate in Hong Kong
It’s not easy finding delicious chocolate that is both vegan and kosher in Hong Kong. Damyel Chocolatier offers a wide range of vegan and kosher French gourmet chocolates including classic chocolate-covered praline bites, orange peels and more.
Damyel Chocolatier, www.lanecrawford.com.hk/damyel
Venchi – Decadent Italian chocolate
A world-class chocolatier, Venchi is represented in major cities all over the world. Its passion for chocolate is reflected in its stores which are always stocked with an assortment of mouth-watering chocolates and gelato that transport you straight to Italy!
More Chocolate Brands In Hong Kong
- Bel-Zims – Made-to-order chocolates from Belgium. www.bel-zims.com
- Lucullus – Easily accessible chocolate shop offering chocolates with fun designs. www.lucullus.com.hk
- Vero Chocolates – 3D printed personalised chocolates. www.verochocolates.com
- Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe – The first traditional British sweet shop in Hong Kong. www.mrsimms.hk
- Godiva – A well-known brand offering melt-in-your-mouth chocolates. www.godiva.com.hk
- Mozoroff – Offers Japanese-inspired treats, including chocolates. www.morozoff.com
- See’s Candies – An American chocolate shop that opened in 1921 and still uses old recipes. www.chocolateshops.sees.com
Editor’s Note: The Best Easter Chocolates In Hong Kong: La Maison Du Chocolat, Venchi, Hakawa And More was recently updated in March 2023 by Najuka Redkar.