17 Popular Dessert Shops to Visit in Hong Kong


Can’t wait for our next HK trip!

In our previous article, we listed down some of HK’s most essential restaurants, this time we hunted down dessert cafes for a sweet ending to your already awesome meal. NEVER skip dessert!

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Oddies Foodies – various branches

One of the many popular dessert shops here is Oddies Foodies, known for it artisan gelato and crafted egg-waffle ice cream! They put their own creative spin to their extravagant desserts and add stuff like panna cotta, apple yuzu jelly, cookies, cake bits, and more!

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Branches:
149 Wan Chai Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
G/F 45 Gough Street Central, Central District, Hong Kong

Lab Made – Tai Hang

Lab Made is HK’s first liquid nitrogen ice cream shop. They create their ice cream from scratch using liquid nitrogen. Flavors are changed regularly, so you can expect something new and exciting from every time you visit! 

Related Post: 10 Cool Spots for Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream in Metro Manila
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6 Brown St., Tai Hang, Hong Kong

Honeymoon Dessert – various branches

Honeymoon Dessert is a product of love and passion for everything sweet and healthy, established in 1998 by 5 students who were friends since secondary school. Their mango series with the famous Yeung Chi Kam Lo (made of mango, grapefruit, sago, coconut milk, carnation, sugar and ice cream) and Mango Pancakes are two of their bestsellers!

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Branches
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Langham Place Shopping Mall, Langham Place, 8 Argyle St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Rd, East Point, Hong Kong
…more

Heart’s Dessert – Sham Shui Po

Heart’s Dessert is famous for their Coconut Water Pudding, made from coconut water turned into jelly, topped with creme caramel and other various toppings, submerged in coconut milk! They also have thick toast desserts, waffles and ice cream. 

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No reservations accepted
57 Fuk Wing St, Tong Mi, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

Mammy Pancake – various branches

Mammy Pancake is a modern eggette shop serving them the best way they know how–crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside. While they have several flavors to choose from, you can never go wrong with the original!

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No reservations accepted
Branches:
Temple Street, G/F, 219 Temple Street, Jordan, Hong Kong
Carnarvon Mansion, 8-12E Carnarvon Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
…more

Yee Shun Dairy Company – various branches

Steamed Milk Pudding is one of Hong Kong’s most famous traditional dessert, so it should come without saying that you need to include this in your ‘must-try’ list for your next trip. 

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No reservations accepted
Branches:
63 Pilkem St, Jordan, Hong Kong
506 Lockhart Rd, East Point, Hong Kong
Tai Wo Commercial Building, 513 Nathan Rd, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong

Via Tokyo – Causeway Bay

While matcha originated in Japan, Hong Kong definitely has its fair share of authentic matcha dessert shops with Via Tokyo being one of them. Foodies have been raving about their Soft-Serve Matcha Ice Cream and their Matcha Affogato! They also have other soft-serve ice cream flavors such as Black Sesame, Houjicha and even Hokkaido Milk. 

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VIATOKYO viatokyocafe matcha affog
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Shop 1A & 1B, G/F, Lei Shun Court, 106-126 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay

Givres Cafe – Wan Chai

Givres is an artisan gelato cafe that creates unique rose-shaped gelato in waffle cones. It also offers specialty coffee and a few pastries.

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Reservations are accepted
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G38, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, HK
+852 2898 1700

ATUM Restaurant – Tsim Sha Tsui

Desserts or dessARTs? Atum is very well-known for their contemporary and improvised table art desserts. Try their mystery items like Uncertain–a featured dessert that changes daily, or Improvisation for Two–where you get to choose your colors of choice, then the dessert artist will freely begin to improvise their masterpiece, based on the colors you chose or the specific ingredients you’d want to include. 

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Reservations are accepted
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號 101B 號 舖, K11 Car Park, 18 Hanoi Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Smile Yogurt and Dessert Bar – various branches

Hand-crafted and made from the finest ingredients, Smile Yogurt and Dessert Bar will surely put a smile on your faces with their healthy and picturesque yogurt concoctions and artsy chiffon cakes! Must-tries include the Vanilla Sky, Mango Fever and Matcha!

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Reservations are accepted
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Branches
:
OTG 49, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Rd, East Point, Hong Kong
…more

Kam Fung Cafe – Wan Chai

For baked goods, Kam Fung Cafe is the answer to your prayers! They’re popular for their eggs tarts, chicken pies, pineapple buns with butter and milk tea. Grab a bite here and even order some of their other pastries for take-out!

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Egg Tart & Chicken Pie | Photo from @nicbu

No reservations accepted
41 Spring Garden LN, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Hui Lau Shan – various branches

Hui Lau Shan is a haven for all of the mango lovers out there! They believe that desserts doesn’t always have to be unhealthy, so if it’s mango everything that you want, then this is the place-to-be. Try their most popular mango drinks and desserts like mango sago, mango mochi or the mango sampler platter.

Related Post: The Ultimate Guide to Manila's Sexiest Mango Desserts
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Branches:
6 Yee Wo St, East Point, Hong Kong
49 Carnarvon Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
263 Shanghai St, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong
102 Soy St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
…more

Cafe Deadend – Sheung Wan

Cafe Deadend is a minimalist designed cafe that serves modern produce-driven dishes, specialty coffee, and beautiful desserts.

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Reservations are accepted
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72 Po Hing Fong, Sheung Wan, 852 Sheung Wan

Sinmei Tea – Sheung Wan

For all the matcha-lovers, Sinmei Tea is your matcha-made in heaven tea and dessert shop. From drinks to desserts, their menu is jam-packed with so much options, you’d want to come back after your first visit! Some of their bestsellers include the Sizzling Matcha Brownie, Matcha Soul, Matcha Lava Cake and Matcha Cheesecake.

Insider tip: It already has one international branch in Brisbane, Australia
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5/F, CS Tower, 50 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Elephant Grounds – various branches

One of Hong Kong’s pride when it comes to artisan coffee, Elephant Grounds will surprise their customers because they don’t just specialize in making a cuppa joe, their Thai ice cream and ice cream sandwiches are also best-sellers here!

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No reservations accepted
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Branches:

11 Gough St, Central, Hong Kong
The Factory, 1 Yip Fat St, Wong Chuk Hang
…more

Little Bao – Central

Dubbed by many as Hong Kong’s ‘Asian Burgers‘, Little Bao will delight you with the impeccable taste of their savory bao creations. They also serve sweet dessert baos, called baowich – it’s ice cream sandwiched in two deep fried baos drizzled with condensed milk. 

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66 Staunton St, Central, Hong Kong

Owl’s Choux & Gelato – Tsim Sha Tsui

They don’t just serve plain ‘ol gelato, they also have gelato sandwiches where the ice cream is sandwiched inside a delicate, choux pastry. Do try their S’mores and Red Velvet flavors, and while you’re at it, go ahead and take photos for your feed. 

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No reservations accepted
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32 Mody Rd, Hong Kong

Been having cravings already? While waiting for your trip to come, why not enjoy some of our very own restaurants here in Manila? Download the Booky App for FREE and simply search for a particular dessert (e.g. kakigori) or cuisine (e.g. Japanese) that you’re craving for, to see the complete list of restaurants for you to choose from!

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