The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong

January 26, 2018

1. Urban Bakery

Jasons Food & Living, B2/F, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Rd, Causeway Bay
Adam Chow: ordered the Lobster Croissantwich with Curry Emulsion and Wagu Brioche Burger. Very Tasty.

Byron Khoo: Try the bolawcowssant (pineapple bun x croissant)!

Josche Encarnacion: OMG the molten egg yolk custard ball law croissant is so yummy and sinful. Their cream puffs are good too!

2. Teakha

18 Tai Ping Shan St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Island
Tea Room · Central District · 104 tips and reviews

Charlotte Yeow: Ginger scones are THE best!

Gene Soo: Great place to chill and have tea, scones, cakes and sandwich. I like ginger scone, fig scones, Keemun tea, hojicha

Misch: The Masala Chai and the fig scone are delicious! The place smells divine, the vibe is lovely and the music is relaxing. A must visit :)

Passion by Gérard Dubois is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

3. Passion by Gérard Dubois

G11, G12 and F12A, Lee Tung Avenue, No.200 Queen’s Rd E, Wanchai, Wanchai
Café · Central and Western District · 100 tips and reviews

Audrey H.: Similar to simply life with an assortment of desserts, salads, and sandwiches; plus fresh breads, pastries, cupcakes and macaroons! : p

DolceCyn 💖🍰😋: Delicious orange Opera and chocolate macaron. Aromatic vanilla bean tea and coffee quite nice as well.

DolceCyn 💖🍰😋: Mont blanc with lovely touch of mango flavour is special and tastes good. Passionfruit macaron with chocolate flavour is very nice as well.

The Mandarin Cake Shop is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

4. The Mandarin Cake Shop

5 Connaught Rd C, Central, Central and Western District
Bakery · Central and Western District · 21 tips and reviews

DolceCyn 💖🍰😋: The blueberry muffin is soft and delicious! Double milk chocolate mousse cake is classic. Chocolate passionfruit cake is so refreshing!

Jennifer: Best place to have a nice breakfast, good coffee and bread. My personal favorites – butter roll, pecan roll and the brioche! Lychee mousse cake also a refreshing option for tea time.

Hongjai: The rose jam is delicious. The scones pair with it perfectly. Good for a morning meeting or afternoon tea.

Urban Bakery Works is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

5. Urban Bakery Works

Shop 322, Landmark, 12-16 Des Voeux Rd C, Central, Central and Western District
Bakery · Central and Western District · 47 tips and reviews

Adrienne C: Loved the croissant and coffee promotion. Amusing names for their delicious looking cakes. And try the mint chocolate!

Tabitha Johnson: Great croissants. So many options. Cool atmosphere…not at all stuffy.

Andrew C.: Croissants are very good, and the West-Meets-East combinations work as well! Coffees are only so-so.

Café Causette is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

6. Café Causette

5 Connaught Rd C, Central, Central and Western District
Café · Central and Western District · 42 tips and reviews

Chavelli: The rose petal jam (served with breakfast pastries and scones) is to die for. You can also buy yourself a jar at the cake shop!

Juvene Goh: Bread & butter pudding is to die for. Tiramisu and scones r so good too! Ginger with Lemongrass tea.

Greg D: One of the best croissant in Hong Kong, far superior to Robuchon, on par with Kayser. Great brioche too. And breakfast set are very good and not so pricy. This place is a treat

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

7. L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

Shop 401, 4/F, The Landmark, 16 Des Voeux Rd C, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island
French Restaurant · Central and Western District · 92 tips and reviews

Jason Tse: Almond Croissant is a must try. For HKD 17, it is quite a bargain like their lunch sandwiches for take away, as mentioned by Peter C and e_ting.

Alice Lam: Best croissant in town~~

JaumePrimero: Great value for grab and go. Best pastries in hong kong!

The Petit Café is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

8. The Petit Girls

Shop 407, 4/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Central and Western District
Café · Central and Western District · 66 tips and reviews

Therese Necio-Ortega: Their young and bubbly masseuse are just as good if not better than some other French babies –

Serene Yee: The wide range of wholesome, clean salads and a heaping spread of pastries and cakes. When they are all so tasty, it’s just so conceivable to want to drop in for breakfast, lunch and tea.

Greg D: Coffee, salad, muffin

Pierre Hermé is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

9. Pierre Hermé

Shop 1019C, IFC mall, 8 Finance St, Central, Central and Western District
Dessert Shop · Central and Western District · 22 tips and reviews

Cathy: not many choices of macaroons, but yummy, and staff is polite and friendly~worth visiting again~

NungNing 🎀: If you like macaroons, dunt miss this shop!

jwön: Pierre Hermé undoubtedly has some of the best Macarons around; better than even Laduree. They’re expensive, but worth every mouth sized bite. Be sure to try the dark chocolate! Yum! 9/10

Ladurée is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

10. Ladurée

Shop 3224, 3/F, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, 17 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Dessert Shop · Tsim Sha Tsui · 27 tips and reviews

Marisa Peek: Coffee, Pistachio, and Caramel are REALLY good. Avoid the raspberry – it was made with jam/jelly and doesn’t taste good (to Macaron connoisseurs)

Jennifer: Salted Caramel and Chocolate Coconut ones are okay. But you can find better Macaron in Pierre Herme!

Michael Dino Cotugno: It’s La Durée. Need I say more? Get the macaroons.

Clipper Lounge is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

11. Clipper Lounge

Mandarin Oriental Hotel, 5 Connaught Rd, Central, Central and Western District
Lounge · Central and Western District · 23 tips and reviews

Vicky Tse: BEST scones in town! Located in Oriental Mandarin Hong Kong.

Catherine T.: Great scones and rose jam

Sharon Fung: Their high tea scones are delicious! And they have more savoury tiers than sweet

Po's Atelier is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

12. Po’s Atelier

G/F, 70 Po Hing Fong, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Bakery · Central and Western District · 29 tips and reviews

Trish F: Best bakery (breads and pastries) in the area!

ikach: Scone X Doughnuts = Scoughnuts , awesome post lunch desert

Angela Liu: There isnt a time that i would walk past this bakery without getting something – the smell of freshly made bread and pastries is everything!

Le Salon de Thé de Joël Robuchon is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

13. Le Salon de Thé de Joël Robuchon

Shop 315, 3/F, The Landmark, 16 Des Voeux Rd C, Central, Central and Western District
Café · Central and Western District · 25 tips and reviews

Lalana Plengsrisuk: Pear Danish and Croissant are very nice!

Edward Leung: The BEST hot chocolate/ice chocolate in Hong Kong!!! Also the pastries are absolutely delicious! Flaky and crispy croissants!

Simon Fich: Best chocolate croissants ever!

L'Éclair de Génie is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

14. L’Éclair de Génie

Park Court, 2/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
Dessert Shop · Central and Western District · 8 tips and reviews

Rosie K: You MUST try an eclair from here. They’re incredible.

Ibrahem Alhilal: The salted caramel Eclair is heavenly. The coffee isn’t bad as well. 8/10

Angelina Hue: The éclairs are a little pricey but good. Quality éclairs!

Craft Coffee Roaster is one of The 15 Best Places for Pastries in Hong Kong.

15. Craft Coffee Roaster

G/F, 29 Tai Kok Tsui Rd, Tai Kok Tsui
Coffee Shop · 31 tips and reviews

Jessie G: Great coffee and breakfast pastries. Great alternative to Starbucks across the street.

Natasha Andreeva: Great coffee, homemade pastry, English-speaking staff, no WiFi, no sockets. $10 off sandwich/salad/pie+coffee during lunchtime (11:30-14:30). Nice spot to go if you are in a neighborhood

Ab T: Cosy cafe with staff that put effort into each cup they make. Had a nice coffee with pastry here in the morning.

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