Looking for some good sourdough to make a BLT sandwich or want to spread some hummus on a freshly baked bagel? Then these bakeries could help
There are endless options if you’re looking for tea houses, ice cream parlours and cafes in Hong Kong to chill and relax. However, if you’re in the mood to make yourself some scrumptious sandwiches at home or simply just craving some fresh-out-the-oven goodness, then you can’t miss out on these top bakeries in Hong Kong.
Check out these top bakeries in Hong Kong
Located at Eslite Spectrum in TST, Bonjour Bakery, Taiwanese bakery Bonjour Bakery hopes to deliver healthy and delicious bread to every customer, hence the fascinating array of vegan options available. Our ultimate favourite is the onion sea salt ball. The onion taste is so strong that all onion lovers would absolutely fall head over heels in love with it.
Bonjour Bakery, Shop L220, Eslite Spectrum, 2/F, Star House, 3 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, p. 3419 1059, 尖沙咀梳士巴利道3號星光行2樓誠品生活L220號舖
Established by Pastry Chef and Baker Grégoire Michaud, Bakehouse offers a wide range of homemade breads, pastries and baked goods. Look out for their fresh baps, baguettes and gorgeous danishes!
Bakehouse, 14 Tai Wong Street East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 灣仔大王東街14號地舖
BlissHive Bakery Cafe
Nestled in the beautiful district of Tai Hang, BlissHive Bakery Cafe makes a selection of delicious breads and pastries. The small cafe serves up sandwiches and breakfast items, but it’s the baguettes and range of bread rolls that are the stars here.
BlissHive Bakery Cafe, 1 Lily Street, Tai Hang, Hong Kong, p. 2566 1023, 大坑蓮花街1號
Maison Eric Kayser
Originating from France, Maison Eric Kayser produces some of the most delectable bread in Hong Kong. While we love its crisp baguettes, we also go mad for the olive ciabatta and the fig bread they make – so soft and delicious! Using traditional baking techniques blended with contemporary flavours, it’s no wonder the shop is always pumping.
Maison Eric Kayser, 38 Caine Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong, p. 2178 2566, 半山堅道38號
Gorgeous freshly made bread in Happy Valley, Proof cranks out a selection of yummy treats on a daily basis. We love the fact that they use no artificial ingredients during the breadmaking process, and you can really taste this in the results. Our vote here goes to the sundried tomato bagels and the sourdough loaves – just bring us the avocado, and we’re good for the weekend!
Proof, 14 Tsun Yuen Street, Happy Valley, Hong Kong, p. 6542 9788, 跑馬地晉源街14號地下
Levain has been making its own version of European artisanal bread in Hong Kong for almost a decade. The bakery uses high quality ingredients in its products, meaning that the bread is free from artificial flavours and preservatives. Levain offers a number of vegan and gluten-free options too, which we can really support. We recommend the baguettes!
Levain Bakery, Block B, Unit H105, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Hong Kong, p. 2559 0889, 中環鴨巴甸街35號PMQ元創方B座H105號鋪
Urban Bakery Works
Urban Bakery Works makes its bread fresh in house on a daily basis. Part bakery, part cafe, it is well-known that this bakery makes some of the tastiest croissants in town. If you are eating in, then definitely get your hands on a duck roll!
Urban Bakery Works, Shop 322, 3/F, The Landmark, 12-16 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3565 4320, 中環皇后大道中15號置地廣場3樓322號舖
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