Hong Kong Restaurants

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  • 1. 100 Bites

    $ | Mong Kok | Bakery

    The miniature cakes here sit like jewels in the pastry case. A lot of the desserts feature Asian ingredients such as green tea and adzuki beans...Read More

  • 2. agnès b. café

    $ | Causeway Bay | Café

    This café is a great spot to rest your heels after a day of shopping, and enjoy a cup of tea and a slice of cake. Some of the cakes are marked...Read More

  • 3. Awfully Chocolate

    $ | Tsim Sha Tsui | Café

    Chocoholics should make a beeline to Awfully Chocolate. The chocolate cake is near perfection—dark, dense, and divine, it’s cocoa at its best...Read More

  • 4. Chez Shibata

    $ | Bakery

    Dessert fans should check out Chez Shibata. The pâtisserie combines classic French recipes with Japanese ingredients and techniques, and the...Read More

  • 5. C’est La B

    $ | Central | Café

    Indulge your sweet tooth with C’est La B’s wide array of gorgeously whimsical cakes and desserts. The sugary creations at this bakery-café are...Read More

  • 6. Dong Lai Shun

    $$$ | Tsim Sha Tsui | Chinese

    This buzzing Chinese restaurant specializes in Beijing and Huaiyang cuisine and draws a following for its upscale atmosphere and its stellar...Read More

  • 7. Honeymoon Dessert

    $ | Chinese

    Though it’s expanded across Asia, Honeymoon Dessert’s first-ever store in Sai Kung still draws droves of loyal and new fans alike. The store...Read More

  • 8. Lab Made

    $ | Causeway Bay | International

    You can identify Lab Made by the large crowd that’s usually gathered in front of the store. They come for the super-smooth, house-spun ice cream...Read More

  • 9. Ladurée Tea Room

    $ | Causeway Bay | French

    Foodies were understandably excited when this iconic French patisserie set up shop in Hong Kong. Its pastel-colored macarons come in a rainbow...Read More

  • 10. Leaf Dessert

    $ | Central | Chinese

    Visit this outdoor stall for authentic Chinese desserts. Sweet soups made with red bean or ground black sesame are served in both hot and chilled...Read More

  • 11. Pâtisserie Tony Wong

    $ | Bakery

    Opened by one of Hong Kong’s best-known pastry chefs, this takeaway bakery offers a gorgeous collection of classic and original French-style...Read More

  • 12. Petite Amanda

    $ | Central | Bakery

    For western-style treats, head to Petite Amanda, opened by model-turned-pastry-chef Amanda Strang. The sweets shop sells traditional French...Read More

  • 13. Tai Cheong

    $ | Central | Bakery

    This popular bakery was supposed to shut down for good, but there was such an outcry that not only did it remain open, it expanded to include...Read More

  • 14. Tong Pak Fu

    $ | Mong Kok | Chinese

    For a perfect warm-weather treat, drop by Tong Pak Fu for the Taiwanese-style shaved snow ice. Blocks of flavored ice (chocolate, milk, fruit...Read More

  • 15. C'est La B

    $ | Causeway Bay | Bakery

    Indulge your sweet tooth with C'est La B's wide array of gorgeously whimsical cakes and desserts. The sugary creations at this bakery-café are...Read More

  • 16. Chez Shibata

    $ | Causeway Bay | Japanese

    Dessert fans should check out Chez Shibata just across the street from the agnès b. café. The pâtisserie combines classic French recipes with...Read More

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