Local Hong Kong Desserts

We all know how stressful life in Hong Kong can be. What is stressed backwards? Desserts. Hong Kongers love dessert and many shops have still stayed the same over the years. From local to trendy, we have rounded up our top 5 Hong Kong local dessert shops!

12th July 2016

Lucky Dessert is one of the traditional local dessert hotspots. The Chinese soups are served hot or cold and of course stuffed crepes. Lucky is a place to be after dinner!

Lucky Dessert, Shop 7-9, G/F, 482 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, 2838 3066

If ever so popular Kei Kee is another local dessert place to try out! Known for their orange bowls full of fresh fruit and jelly, they also have other popular treats. Mango and durian rolls, crepes, street food! Definitely worth the trip to Yuen Long.

Kei Kee Dessert, Shop 7 Chi Fu Centre 56 Yau Sun Street Yuen Long

If you’re a fan of durian, this is the place for you! Known for the Durian crystal and Dragoneye coconut ice, there is always a queue outside the shop. 

Cong Sao Star Dessert, 11 Yiu Wa St, Causeway Bay, 2278 2622

Located in Kowloon City, Golden Hall is known for a number of dishes. Another durian dish to check out would be a “Durian Queen” which consists of lots of coconut milk. Another classic is their mango mocha. Last but not least malteser mocha!!

Golden Hall, 6 S Wall Rd, Kowloon City, 2383 3102

Last but not least, Honeymoon Dessert is a local chain that serves Hong Kong desserts. The extensive menu is English friendly with pictures for tourists or anyone that wants to see the desserts before ordering. From red bean soups to mango with black gluntinous rice, there's something for everyone!

Honeymoon Dessert, Shop 3001, 3/F, cookedDeli by city'super, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, 2270 9857