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Where to find the best cookies in Hong Kong

Find your batch made in heaven!

Fontaine Cheng
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Fontaine Cheng
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Hong Kong really loves its cookies. And no, we're not talking about the kind of cookies that are stored on your computer, we're talking about the baked circles of sweet joy that bring out the om nom nomming cookie monster in all of us. In the past year, we've seen a whole horde of new cookie stores and concepts popping up around town, so we followed the crumbs to find the best of the bunch. Whether you opt for classic chocolate chips or more creative flavours or prefer the crisp and chewy over the soft and cakey, here's where to find the best cookies in Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong’s best cookies

Baked Indulgence
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Baked Indulgence

With a name like Baked Indulgence, you know what you're getting yourself into, and the cookies are pretty indulgent. But what these soft, chewy, and freshly-baked cookies also nail is flavour: sweet, but not tooth-achingly so, with great flavour in each and every cookie. Popular flavours include red velvet Nutella, hojicha, walnut, and matcha. The brand also offers vegan cookies, along with a range of cupcakes and brownies as well as holiday treats such as Christmas stollen, panettone, and one of our new favourites, raspberry mistletoe cupcakes.

Where: bakedindulgence.com / Knockbox Coffee Company (Stanley Street)

Cookie Vission
Photograph: Courtesy Cookie Vission

Cookie Vission

Online cookie shop Cookie Vission offers generous-sized 150g cookies to Hongkongers in their signature style molten lava centre. They're indulgent for sure, but they're also some of the more creative ones in terms of flavour. From spiced s'mores and Portuguese egg tart to peanut butter and jelly, Cookie Vission's menu gets a regular update of seasonal and holiday versions so you’ll never get bored.

Where: cookievission.com

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  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Soho

Created by founder and master baker Grégoire Michaud, it's no secret that Bakehouse is one of the best bakeries in the city, offering top-notch artisanal bread and bakes to make even the worst days more bearable. Choose from their peanut butter, oatmeal raisin, or our favourite double chocolate chip cookie which is crisp (especially when fresh) and chewy with large chunks of chocolate, trust us, you’ll feel better about life because this cookie is in your hand.

Where: Bakehouse Soho / Wan Chai

Cookie DPT
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Cookie DPT

These chunky, soft-baked, and oh-so-buttery treats are one of the more popular cookies in town. 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 limited edition specials such as the red velvet matcha ganache and pineapple bun with vanilla custard to get your hands on. 

Where: cookiedpt.com / Basehall

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  • Restaurants
  • Tai Hang

The laid-back Aussie vibes at Fineprint make for excellent espresso sessions in the middle of one of Hong Kong's coolest neighbourhoods: Tai Hang. At the back of this Lily Street location is the bakery where all of their delicious sourdough bread, jams, and cookies are made fresh. The salted chocolate chip cookie is one of the best, but the Kitchen Sink cookie made with pretzels, choc chip, and potato chips is a must-try too. 

Where: Fineprint

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