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Best coffee delivery in Hong Kong

Get your favourite coffee delivered right to your home

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Sam Evans
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Coffee holds a lot of importance to a lot of us. Whether as the perfect kick start to wake us up ahead of that morning zoom meeting with the team, or as a mid-afternoon pick me up when the lunchtime carbs start catching up with us, this caffeinated beverage is a lifesaver! We are lucky to live in a city with so many great cafes serving the best-quality brews for our enjoyment and indulgence. Just because we're staying in more as of late, this doesn't mean we can't enjoy our favourite cup of joe, because now many of our favourite coffee shops are delivering right to our doors!

RECOMMENDED: If you're looking for more delivery services, check out our list of the restaurants doing the best takeout and delivery services in Hong Kong.

Best coffee delivery in Hong Kong

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  • Cafés
  • Mong Kok

Pause It sources beans from Ethiopia and Colombia and its java tends to have a strong citrus aroma. As well as serving coffee with great flavour, the baristas here use natural colourings to spice up your coffee. The most spectacular looking, and our favourite, is the charcoal latte ($38), which has been a huge hit on Instagram already. Also noteworthy are the cafe’s peppermint mocha ($38) and vanilla latte ($38). The best part is, all of these and more are available for delivery.

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  • Wan Chai

This Wan Chai favourite serves up Australian-style brunch food and some excellent lattes. A venture started by the first-runner up in the American world latte art championship, Ninetys keeps things simple and only brews up black, white, and filter coffee with only a few varieties. Either way, they’re all seriously good. We recommend ordering an iced black ($32), or an iced white ($42) to go along with all-day treats like avocado toast ($108) or Okinawan pork char siu ($162). This way you can beat the summer heat from the comfort of home.

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Mong Kok

This educational cafe is known for its range of coffee making workshops, but now it can also be known for delivering the good stuff right to your door! The drinks available for delivery include their latte, cappucino, flat white, macchiato and piccolo latte – all $48 – and the cold brew ($78), with black coffee options available from just $36. Delivery is available through various online channels

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  • Sheung Wan

As well as great food and more than its fair share of cool graffiti, this Sheung Wan coffeehouse delivers to your door a range of creative caffeine concoctions. We recommend opting for either the lavender latte ($45), the dirty latte ($40), or their special iced almond dates latte ($58).

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  • Wan Chai

This Aussie-inspired bohemian coffee joint is a far cry from Wan Chai’s seedier corners, flaunting its rustic atmosphere, both inside and out. For those who don't want to rock up at the store, you can bring the Aussie vibe to you. The delivery menu includes the cafe's famous espresso ($34), iced long black coffee ($48), rose latte ($54), white chocolate milk coffee ($60), and more. Feeling a snack to go with your joe? No problem. Mansons has got you covered because their extensive toasts, burgers, and omelettes are also available to order online.

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  • Wan Chai

Coming straight outta Japan, this coffee shop has garnered plenty of loyal fans recently through its purveyance of high-quality, thoughtful caffeinated creations. As for delivery, with the click of a mouse or the tap of a thumb, you can order a cold brew koffee ($65), iced caffe latte ($60), iced matcha latte ($60), or a classic Omotesando hot koffee ($45). If you're feeling snacky, they can also bring your coffee along with a portion of their much-loved avocado toast or French toast. 

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  • Sheung Wan

This solid addition to Sheung Wan’s already stellar coffee scene sits on Jervois Street. For those that want a great cup of joe brought to them, look no further. A hot latte runs for $40 and a cold one for $44. If you're wanting a buzz to go along with their caffeine fix, you can't go wrong with the cafe's signature iced Bailey's mocha ($60). The food is good at Kaffeine, and, although their delivery menu has many options, we recommend keeping it simple with your coffee, and getting the fresh-from-the-oven bread with jam ($58) to complement your cup. 

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  • Tsim Sha Tsui

As well as doing great classics for delivery, including the American ($33) and the cappuccino ($40), this popular TST coffeeshop also does some very interesting signatures that you can have brought to your door, including their salted caramel latte ($46), and the Kyoto Uji matcha latte ($50).

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  • Central

The Central branch of one of Hong Kong's leading purveyors of java, The Cupping Room is one of your best bets for a pick-me-up in the heart of Hong Kong. The best part is that they deliver, and you really cannot go wrong here. Whether ordering a simple latte ($40), a mocha ($47), single-origin filter coffee ($52), or even their more extravagant iced mocha with ice cream ($67). Delivery orders can be made easily online.

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  • Wan Chai
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Elephant Grounds has become a favourite neighbourhood hang out in recent years. Homebodies will be pleased to know that the chain does delivery, so everyone can get their favourite coffee delivered to their door, whether it be the cold brew ($75), Americano ($30), latte ($45), salted caramel latte ($60), masala chai latte ($60) or swiss mocha ($50). Order via Deliveroo to Soho, Admiralty, Wanchai, Causeway Bay, and Tsim Sha Tsui.

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  • Sheung Wan

A perfect mash-up of minimalist motifs with tributes to Hong Kong culture, the interior of Lof10's stores exude a bohemian vibe to welcome its customers. For those who want to stay at home though, this coffee will now come to you. The cappuccino, flat white, espresso, and lattes are all available for delivery from $42. The caramel latte is $75, while the Japanese ice drip and hand-shaken iced cappuccino are both a cool $75 (different branches have different coffees available so check before you order). 

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  • Sheung Wan

Tucked away inside Hong Kong’s trendy PMQ compound, Café Life is continuously bustling with customers looking for a great cup on the go or some of its decadent homemade baked goods. Its coffee beans are picked from the best terroirs around the world, such as Tanzania, Costa Rica and Columbia, giving customers a wide array of premium choices. We recommend keeping it simple and order the espresso ($24), the latte ($34), or the black sesame ($42). Let the quality beans do the talking.

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