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Where to find the best cookies in Hong Kong

For all you cookie monsters out there

By Time Out Hong Kong
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Cookies are simple circles of joy that can be levelled up in oh-so-many sweet and delicious ways. Whether you prefer them filled with chocolate chips, looking totally Insta-worthy, or even tasting like smoked ham, we follow the crumbs to find the best that Hong Kong has to offer – all offering delivery or takeaway too!

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Hong Kong’s best cookies

Warm Skillet Cookie & Cream at Beef & Liberty
Warm Skillet Cookie & Cream at Beef & Liberty
Beef & Liberty

Beef & Liberty

Restaurants American Lan Kwai Fong

Burger joint Beef & Liberty does more than just hearty, juicy burgers. They also serve up – hands down – the best cookie skillet in town. Freshly baked and served hot, dig inside its gooey texture to find warm, runny dark chocolate topped with lashings of cream. It’s the perfect way to end your meal. 

Fineprint
Fineprint
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Fineprint

Restaurants Tai Hang

Everything you love about Fineprint's Peel Street location can now be enjoyed in Tai Hang. Its laid-back Aussie vibes and excellent espresso are a fitting addition to the charming little community of cafes and shops. At the back of this Lily Street location is the bakery where all of their delicious sourdough breads, jams, and cookies are made fresh. Our favourite is definitely the salted choc chip cookies, but the Kitchen Sink cookie made with pretzels, choc chip, and potato chips is a must-try too. 

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Also known as among the best cookies in town, these chunky, chewy, and oh-so-buttery treats are one of our favourite things to gift. Each fist-sized cookie is loaded with top-shelf ingredients and baked fresh daily. There are seven regular flavours to choose from – the classic chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, double choc chip, white chocolate macadamia, red velvet, brownie-filled and the insanely decadent peanut butter chip – but there are also seasonal specials such as the red velvet matcha ganache cookie and the peanut butter and jelly cookie! Stay up to date with their latest soft-baked creations and order these treats online via Instagram or email.

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Conte de Cookie

Shopping Wan Chai

Expect every cookie to taste like a dream from a store named after a style of medieval fairytale. The bakers here all have great reputations as top dessert chefs, each boasting more than 10 years of experience working at luxury hotels like the Mandarin Oriental and The Peninsula Hotel. Using only the best ingredients – French butter, Valrhona cocoa powder and sea salt imported from France – there are more than a dozen flavours to pick from, including chocolate orange, sea salt and chocolate, and rose. 

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Glory Bakery, hong kong
Glory Bakery, hong kong
Glory Bakery

Glory Bakery

Shopping Tsim Sha Tsui

Putting fun, local twists on traditional Western-style cookies, this local bakery offers a delightful selection of flavours including lemon tea, Ovaltine and almond, Horlicks and macadamia nut, as well as classics like butter and chocolate chip. Everything here is handmade using Chinese rice flour instead of eggs to keep all the goodies fresh and crunchy, and are boxed in mason jars. Glory Bakery often rolls out creative limited-edition flavours too like margherita pizza and salted egg and cheddar cheese. Be sure to keep an eye out for these. Put in an order over the phone to their TST location and arrange for a pickup. Perfect for those who live around the area.

Tai Tai Pie Pies
Tai Tai Pie Pies
Tai Tai Pie Pies

Tai Tai Pie Pies

Tai Tai Pie Pies may be synonymous with awesome pies but its cookies shouldn’t be overlooked. Sadly, there is no cookie pie. But the Sinfully Chocolate Chip is delectably chewy and you can also opt for a version with walnuts for added bite. The semi-sweet chocolate ensures these cookies aren’t overly rich while still remaining devilishly moreish. Or, if you've had enough of cookies and would like to mix things up, dig into various baked treats including pies, tarts, cheesecakes, quiches and more. You can order online with free delivery for orders over $1,000.

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Wah Yee Tang Cake Shop
Wah Yee Tang Cake Shop
Wah Yee Tang Cake Shop

Wah Yee Tang Cake Shop

Shopping Bakeries Sai Ying Pun

This unassuming family-run bakery in Sai Ying Pun is probably the most creative cookie shop you’ll find in town. With a history of more than 30 years, Wah Yee Tang has kept up with the times to inject new elements into its delectable cookies without sacrificing traditional techniques and quality. The one with the biggest fan following is the Foul Language cookie, shaped like a cat flipping people off. There are also tons of fun designs featuring inspirational notes and holiday themes among others, all of which can be personalised. Don’t miss out on the traditional Hong Kong cakes and pastries while you’re there too. Sadly, the shop does not offer any delivery, but it's definitely worth a quick visit if you happen to be around the area.

Maison Eric Kayser Hong Kong
Maison Eric Kayser Hong Kong
Maison Eric Kayser Hong Kong

Maison Eric Kayser

Restaurants Wan Chai

Maison Eric Kayser is an authentic Parisian bakery that sells rustic bread, gourmet loaves, and mouth-watering pastries and cookies. Attached to traditions but in tune with the times, the bakery offers three classics: milk, dark, and white chocolate cookies. You can also find traditional French bread as well as a wide variety of bread with unique spins from around the world. 

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