Looking for a bakery to pick up the perfect bread or pastry? From A-1 Bakery and Arome Bakery to Bakehouse and Eric Kayser, here are the best bakeries in Hong Kong!
When it comes to finding a good bakery, we’re so lucky to have access to pineapple buns and egg tarts at classic Canto bakeries on one hand, and artisan European bakeries serving up expertly baked sourdough loaves, doughnuts, cakes and pastries on the other. If you’re on the lookout for top-quality baked goods for the family, these Hong Kong bakeries will not disappoint!
Charteraise Hong Kong – Bakery that uses fresh ingredients from Japan
A Japanese patisserie, Charteraise Hong Kong sells everything including brownies, egg puffs, cakes, macaroons, cookies, pastries and more. It uses fresh ingredients flown from Japan every day so you can be sure that your baked goods are top-notch! Its website is in Chinese so you’ll have to use Google Translate.
A-1 Bakery – Chain of bakeries with a wide variety of Japanese bread
Another Japanese bakery worth trying, A-1 offers delicious baked goods. Here you’ll find everything from Japanese desserts and doughnuts to a wide variety of bread from walnut raisin and mixed fruits & nuts to sea salt quinoa and more.
Levain Bakery – French-style bakery with handmade sourdough
A proper French-style bakery, Levain sells one of the best handmade sourdough in the city. We highly recommend trying its Puccia bread (a type of Italian bread) and adding your favourite spreads and fillings for a quick and tasty lunch. It also has a range of pastries, cakes, pretzels and sandwiches, though the decadent chocolate brownies and cookies are what make this a great choice for a stop with the munchkins.
Mayse Artisan Bakery – Organic and vegan bakery in Hong Kong
Are you a health-conscious mama? Mayse is an organic and vegan bakery in Tai Po that is run by a father and daughter team originally from Latvia. It focuses on Eastern European recipes offering everything from olive bread, sourdough rye and wheat loaves to focaccia and gluten-free burger buns.
FRENCHIES – Artisanal French pastry and sandwiches
Inspired by the nickname for French people living abroad and embracing cultures to build a new community, FRENCHIES brings creativity to its 100 per cent artisanal products. Here, you’ll find buttery and light croissants and pain au chocolate, melt-in-the-mouth banana bread and other sweet and savoury French classics including galette des rois and quiche Lorraine.
Kee Wah Bakery – Bakery offering classic Chinese delicacies
For an authentic taste of Hong Kong pastries, head to Kee Wah Bakery. It only uses the finest of ingredients to make classic Chinese baked goods such as butter egg rolls, egg custard mooncakes, winter melon pastries, lotus seed pastries and adorable panda cookies that the kiddos will love.
Baked Hong Kong – Bakery with a good selection of sourdough in Wan Chai
Baked offers sourdough-baked dishes that are hard to resist (its sourdough starter is 54 years old this year!). Head to its Wan Chai location for a sit-down lunch with the fam or simply choose to take home from its wide variety of pastries (we’re talking donuts, cinammon buns, brownies and more!), signature sourdough, brioche and pita bread.
Bakehouse – Inspired by artisanal bakeries in Europe
Helmed by Swiss chef Grégoire Michaud, Bakehouse is inspired by artisanal neighbourhood shops in Europe. It offers a variety of brioche and sourdough breads, as well as pastries, served hot out of the oven. The sourdough egg tart is a must-try.
Maison Kayser By Eric Kayser – Authentic French pastries and bread
Started by Eric Kayser, who comes from a long lineage of talented bakers, Maison Kayser sells authentic French pastries, cakes, tarts, muffins, danishes and a huge variety of sourdough breads, baguettes, pain de mie, ciabatta and more. Its sandwiches, wraps and salads selection is also worth checking out.
Tai Cheong Bakery – One of the most famous traditional bakeries in HK
Established in 1954, Tai Cheong Bakery is one of the most famous traditional bakeries in Hong Kong, so it’s definitely worth a stop-by if you haven’t already tried it. It’s best known for its Chinese donuts and egg tarts prepared with butter-flavoured shortcrust pastry.
More Bakeries In Hong Kong:
- The Baker & The Bottleman – Artisanal bread and British pastries made with traditional baking techniques. www.thebakerandthebottleman.hk
- Big Grains – Instaworthy pastry creations, croissants, bagels and more. www.biggrains.com
- Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel – Creative pastries inspired by local Hong Kong foods. dangwenli.com
- Gontran Cherrier – Flavoured mini baguettes, croisants and more. www.gontran-cherrier.com
- Pane e Latte – Croissant bombolini, and other pastries and artisanal bread. www.paneelatte.hk
- Plumcot – Family-run bakery serving fine patisserie and artisanal ice creams. www.plumcot.co
- Proof – Whole-grain bread, croissants, artisan pastries and more. www.proofhk.com
- Rise by Classified – Grab-and-go breakfast classics including croissants and pain au chocolat. www.risebyclassified.com
- Village Bakery – Offers vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free bread. www.facebook.com/villagebakerylantau
- Sour Dough – Sourdough baked goods served alongside hearty sandwiches. www.facebook.com/sourdoughcafehk
- Le Dessert – French pastries, pavlovas, cookies and desserts. www.ledessert.com
Editor’s Note: Best Bakeries In Hong Kong: A-1 Bakery, Bakehouse And Beyond was most recently updated in February 2023 by Najuka Redkar.