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15 Best Bakery Options In Hong Kong For Pastries And More

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Looking for a bakery to pick up the perfect bread or pastry? Be it European-centric pastries from Bakehouse and Eric Kayser or Hokkaido milk cakes from Fresh Fresh and Charteraise, these family-approved bakeries in Hong Kong knead no introduction!

Listen up sweet tarts, Hong Kong bakeries are serious business, be it grabbing a pineapple bun from a classic Canto bakery, a pain au chocolat at a Western patisserie or a jiggly Japanese cheesecake. If you’re on the lookout for top-quality baked goods for the family, these Hong Kong bakeries will not disappoint, rolling out doughnuts, cakes and savoury bites, perfect for breakfast or an afternoon pick-me-up.

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Plumcot – Small batch artisanal canele, madeleines, cookies, cakes and ice cream

The pastry box set here is enough for the whole family – filled with croissants, cinnamon rolls, caneles and more, place your order at least 36 hours ahead and have it delivered straight to your door. And while you’re at it, add a tub of in-house ice cream (dairy-free options available). With all these options, it’s basically a hotel breakfast buffet spread (at home!).

Plumcot, G/F, 10A Sun Chun Street, Tai Hang, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2573 6293, (Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays) 

Pane e Latte – Beachside picturesque bakery with extensive pastry and all-day dining menu

A no-brainer pit-stop in Stanley, Pane e Latte has everything from bombolonis (every kid’s favourite!), tarts, cakes, a variety of breads as well as savouries like pizzas and sandwiches. If you’re looking to order off the all-day menu, you can’t go wrong with the pancakes and stacked croissants – pair them with either coffee or cool drinks for the little ones.

Pane e Latte, G/F, U-C Court, 25 Stanley Market Road, Stanley, Hong Kong, 2337 7221,

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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 famed favourite that draws long lines no matter the time of day!

Bakehouse, various locations around Hong Kong,

Soft Thunder Bakery – Hong Kong bakery to satiate the sweet tooth in the family

Have anyone in the family who’s a sucker for sweet treats? Soft Thunder’s iconic Unicorn Puffs and basque burnt cheesecakes taste just as good as they look, we’re also fans of its flaky egg tarts! Also, the Kennedy Town branch just launched flat croissants in five different flavours – now you know where to go next time you’re in the area!

Soft Thunder, 31 Queen’s Road East, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Soft Thunder, Shop A, G/F, Hung Lee Building, 29-31 North Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong,

Vission Bakery – Insta-famous bakery in Central

When multiple people recommend Vission Bakery, you know it’s good! The most sought-after item has to be the Matcha Mochi Danish with the tiramisu as a close second. You can also get your hands on some banana bread, chocolate chip cookies, doughnuts and brownie cups. If getting to Central is a little out of your way, Vission Bakery provides home delivery with a minimum order of $300 and three days’ notice.

Vission Bakery, LGF, 7 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, 5545 6787,

Fresh Fresh Bakery – Yummy flat croissants, gooey doughnuts, cookies, cakes and more

From mochi cookies to banana bread and pistachio cotton cheesecake (the bakery’s signature), Fresh Fresh has sure garnered a fan following. If your kids’ birthday party is coming up, check out Fresh Fresh’s super cute cake creations featuring castles, zoos, NBA stars, you name it. We also love the graduation cupcakes which give us another reason to throw a party!

Fresh Fresh Bakery, Shop B, G/F, Nam Hoy Building, 154 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong,

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Levain Bakery – French-style bakery with handmade sourdough

A proper French-style bakery, Levain sells some 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.

Levain, various locations around Hong Kong,

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 chocolat, melt-in-the-mouth banana bread and other sweet and savoury French classics including galette des rois and quiche Lorraine.

FRENCHIES, G/F 39-43 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong,

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The Baker & The Bottleman – Acclaimed bakery in Wan Chai

Yes, the other popular bakery in Wan Chai besides Bakehouse. Located on Lee Tung Avenue, The Baker & The Bottleman has a counter full of fresh off the oven pastries, scones, muffins, focaccia, quiche and so much more. You’ll have to come back on the regular to sample the extensive choices!

The Baker & The Bottleman, Shop No. G14 and G15 (Minor Portion), G/F. and Shop No. F15A, 1/F Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Rd E, Wan Chai, Hong Kong,

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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.

Charteraise Hong Kong, various locations around Hong Kong,

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. Plus, most of its locations are close to an MTR station so chances are you’ve passed by one already!

A-1 Bakery, various locations around Hong Kong,

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.

Mayse Artisan Bakery, G/F No. 64 Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po, Hong Kong, 9533 0336,

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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.

Kee Wah Bakery, various locations around Hong Kong,

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 salad selection is also worth checking out.

Maison Kayser, various locations around Hong Kong,

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 worth a stop-by if you haven’t already tried it. It’s best known for its Chinese doughnuts and egg tarts prepared with butter-flavoured shortcrust pastry.

Tai Cheong Bakery, various locations around Hong Kong,

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Editor’s Note: “Best Bakery Options In Hong Kong For Pastries And More” was most recently updated in July 2024 by Fashila Kanakka, with thanks to Najuka Redkar for her contribution. 

  Main image courtesy of Bakehouse, image 1 courtesy of Plumcot, image 2 courtesy of Pane e Latte, image 3 courtesy of Bakehouse, image 4 courtesy of Soft Thunder Bakery, image 5 courtesy of Vission Bakery, image 6 courtesy of Fresh Fresh Bakery, image 7 courtesy of Levain Bakery, image 8 courtesy of FRENCHIES, image 9 courtesy of The Baker & The Bottleman, image 10 courtesy of Mayse Artisan Bakery, image 11 courtesy of Kee Wah Bakery, image 12 courtesy of Maison Kayser By Eric Kayser.

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