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Photograph: Courtesy Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel

The best dessert delivery and takeaway in Hong Kong

Get a little sweetness delivered to your door

Fontaine Cheng
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Fontaine Cheng
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No meal is complete without something sweet to round it all up, a little something to feel fully satisfied. Am I right, or am I right? So, for those of you that have a hankering for some silky smooth gelato or craving for chilled mango pomelo sago, read on to see our list of the best dessert delivery and takeaway available in Hong Kong.

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Best dessert delivery and takeaway in Hong Kong

  • Restaurants
  • Bakeries
  • Central

The mastermind behind Dang Wen Li, award-winning pastry chef Dominique Ansel, does it again with the newly launched New York dessert collection ($269). The new dessert tribute is dedicated to New York City, where Ansel first launched his flagship bakery and features four new pastries that reflect life in New York. This includes an apple and vanilla 'Big Apple', a slice of pizza which is actually a strawberry tart, a tiramisu coffee cup that looks like it could have come from your local bodega, and a raspberry crémeux hot dog with surprising 'condiments' and 'relish'. But that's not all, as Dang Wen Li has also decided to bring back the popular har gow and siu mai ($140) desserts. You can pre-order these along with other pastries and desserts online. Simply pick your date and time of pick-up.

Pre-order online at dangwenli.com

  • Restaurants
  • Ice-cream parlours
  • Central

If you don’t want to head to this popular gelato spot in person, then you’ll be glad to know that Messina offers delivery services via Black Sheep Restaurants’ platform Go. They also offer pick-up if you prefer. Mix and match gelato flavours in their one ($320) or one-and-a-half litre tubs ($400). You can even get a six-pack of cones ($50) to have a gelato party at home. Plus, the brand recently launched their gelato cakes so you can try the cow-print ‘How Now’ cake ($800) made up of Jersey milk gelato, dulce de leche gelato, sponge, milk crumb and vanilla cream, or the playful ‘Dr Evil’s Magic Mushroom’ cake ($1,500), which is only available for pick-up, with dark chocolate gelato, peanut cookies, dulce de leche, flourless chocolate sponge and a popping candy feuilletine grass base.

Order online at delivery.blacksheeprestaurants.com

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  • Restaurants
  • Pâtisseries
  • Causeway Bay

This iconic New York patisserie offers its award-winning creations for delivery. Take your pick from its range of heavenly mille crêpes and cakes. A slice of the vibrant purple yam mille crêpes ($88) or whisky dark chocolate mousse cake ($83) perhaps? Or you can opt for the full 9-inch mille crêpe ($830-$880). You can order this along with beverages such as their rose tea latte ($63), iced violet yoghurt soda ($53), and even Dalgona coffee ($53). 

Order online here

  • Restaurants
  • Central

The online French pastry shop offers jar desserts, celebration cakes, and refreshing drinks, but they’re mostly known for their fresh and fluffy pavlova. In fact, they’re all made on the same day of delivery to ensure freshness and are delivered by the team to ensure they arrive in one piece. Go for the classic Antoinette pavlova ($175 for four-inch; $800 for a 12-inch) with light vanilla Chantilly whipped cream, fresh berries and strawberry coulis or try other flavours and seasonally themed desserts. They even have a pavlova DIY kit ($550).

Delivery service is available for orders $250 and above but is free for orders above $700. Fees apply (Hong Kong Island $50; Kowloon $70; New Territories $150) depending on the area.

Order online at ledessert.com

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  • Restaurants
  • Snack bars
  • Whampoa

With many branches spread out across the city, Mammy Pancake is an easy way to get Hong Kong-style eggettes ($29-$62) and waffles ($34-$58) delivered to your home. There are more than 20 flavours to pick from including neutral flavours like Earl Grey or matcha, sweet flavours such as banana and chocolate, mocha or tarte de citron, and savoury flavours including salted egg yolk, mala pork floss and more. Waffles, on the other hand, come slathered in spread like Italian hazelnut chocolate or the classic peanut butter with margarine and condensed milk and sugar. 

Order online here

  • Restaurants
  • Mong Kok

With over 10 different outlets across Hong Kong, Honeymoon Dessert is a sure-fire way to get yourself some Chinese style desserts to enjoy at home. Available for pick-up or delivery, Honeymoon does classic sweet soups, sago, grass jelly, and other sweet snacks. Durian addicts can even get their fix with their durian pancakes ($44) – which is definitely worth the mouth stink in our opinion! But, if you're not a fan of the fragrant fruit, try a red bean soup ($28) or almond tea ($32), and you can’t go wrong with a mango pomelo sago ($46) either.

Order online here

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  • Restaurants
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

For something crunchy, Twist & Buckle have your back with an array of fresh and crisp churros, dipped and sprinkled with toppings, to choose from. They also have churro sets in which you can choose your preferred flavour in boxes of six, 10 or 20. Or you can get them individually. From the original churro ($25), dusted with sugar and cinnamon, to cookies and cream ($38), toasted marshmallow ($38) and ube ($38), and more.

Order online at twistandbuckle.oddle.me

  • Restaurants
  • Central

For times when you want dessert, but don’t want anything too heavy, fro-yo (or frozen yoghurt) is a great way to satisfy those sweet cravings. The frozen yoghurt ($47) from Yo Mama comes in different flavours like original or chocolate and hazelnut flavour, as well as yoghurt sweetened with stevia and seasonal flavours like citrus blossom. After you have your base covered, you can add your choice of toppings. The first one is for free, but then you can add more fruit, chocolate, nuts, cereal, mochi, gummy bears and much more ($11-$13) if you feel so inclined. 

Order online here

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