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Best Bakeries in Hong Kong

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Embark on a culinary journey through Hong Kong’s top bakeries. From the iconic Bakehouse to the homegrown gem Levain, we explore the city’s finest. Beyond the ubiquitous Chinese bakeries, these establishments offer a diverse range, from pillowy pineapple buns to globally inspired treats. Dive into the world of artisanal bakeries, where you can indulge in perfect sourdough, crusty baguettes, and decadent pastries.

1. The Baker & The Bottleman

The outside entrance to The Baker & Bottleman bakery and restaurant.
The Baker & Bottleman via Facebook

Transforming from a charming bakery during the day to a sophisticated wine bar by night, The Baker & The Bottleman, led by acclaimed British chef Simon Rogan of Michelin-starred Roganic, showcases artisanal baking and low-intervention wine. Indulge in a delightful array of baked goods, including classic British pastries, paired with a selection of natural wines.

The Baker & The Bottleman, G14-15, G/F and F15A, 1/F,  Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

2. Mayse Artisan Bakery

Delicious Jingle Bread from Mayse Artisan Bakery. Bagel shaped breads with crunchy granola toppings.
Mayse Artisan Bakery via Facebook

Mayse Artisan Bakery, a fully plant-based bakery, is a family venture led by a father-daughter duo from Latvia. Drawing inspiration from traditional Latvian recipes, their Pure Rye bread, infused with caraway, is a testament to their serious approach to baking. Enjoy it with a variety of pairings, from smoked salmon to honey.

Mayse Artisan Bakery, G/F, 64 Sam Wo Road, Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong and hop B, G/F, Fu King Building, 14-16 On Fu Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong

3. Bakehouse

Inside Bakehouse bakery. an assortment of pastries on display behind a glass counter and breads on the wall behind in wooden baskets.
Bakehouse via Facebook

Nestled on Wan Chai’s Tai Wong East Street, Bakehouse quickly achieved cult status with additional outlets in Soho, Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway Bay, and Stanley. Offering an array of pastries, from croissants to scones, alongside daily specials, it’s a must-visit.

Bakehouse, multiple locations across Hong Kong

4. Levain Bakery

Salted pretzels on a cooling rack.
Levian Bakery Quarry Bay via Facebook

More than a decade ago, KC Li, a master baker with a physics degree, embarked on a culinary journey in a home kitchen, giving birth to Levain. A pioneer in Hong Kong, Levain exclusively uses 100 percent levain in its sourdough, distinguishing it as a unique bakery. Indulge in classic pastries, all meticulously handcrafted with the finest French butter.

Levain, multiple locations across Hong Kong

5. Plumcot

Mini tarts from Plumcot. One with caramel and one with fresh figs and blueberries.
Plumcot via Instagram

Nestled in a quiet Tai Hang lane, Plumcot, a family-operated bakery, has been enchanting Hong Kong with its exquisite patisserie and viennoiserie since 2017. With 30 years of combined pastry expertise from esteemed Parisian institutions, owners Camille and Dominique craft signature croissants and other delightful pastries. Don’t miss out on their artisanal ice creams.

Plumcot, 10A Sun Chun Street, Tai Hang, Hong Kong