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Best Hong Kong supermarkets that deliver to your home

Get groceries delivered to your doorstep

Fontaine Cheng
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Fontaine Cheng
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Time Out Hong Kong
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Aside from the many wet markets in Hong Kong, we also have some great supermarkets to shop for fresh and high-quality groceries in town. However, not everyone has the time or energy to hit the shops, not to mention with stricter social distancing restrictions now in place, some may prefer not to leave the house. Thankfully, most of our supermarkets and grocery stores have online delivery services that allow us to skip the trip and get it all delivered to our doorstep.

Note: If you decide to drop by their stores instead, please note that opening hours will depend on the individual store and may change due to the current social distancing measures, so be sure to check before you head there.

RECOMMENDED: Check out the best alternative online grocery stores in Hong Kong for more food delivery options

Hong Kong’s best supermarkets

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  • Causeway Bay

A small chain of self-described ‘mega lifestyle specialty stores’, City’Super goes the fancy route with its goods. That means fresh French cheeses, high-quality fish from Japan, Australian beef and so much more. It can get a bit pricy, but when you're craving Korean abalone, coppa ham or red king prawns, you won't find a better selection.

 

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  • Sha Tin

The ParknShop mini-empire is one of the most recognisable supermarkets in Hong Kong. Larger outlets have deli counters, bakeries, and meat and fish counters, while some of the spinoff chains, like Fusion, offer more pre-prepared meals. 

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  • Central

Marks & Spencer Food has a smattering of shops across Hong Kong. They import all their own products from the UK and stock a range of packaged fresh vegetables and fresh or frozen meat and fish. They also sell pre-prepared foods including sandwiches, ready meals, baked products, sweets and chocolates as well as a gluten-free range of items. The prices are on the higher side, but if you want genuine British products, M&S is the place to go. You have to download the shopping and delivery app first, but after that it's super easy.

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  • Central

Gateway largely deals in products imported from the United States: Tide, Froot Loops, Tabasco and hundreds of other American goods you may not have realised you needed but really must have now. The store also stocks American baby supplies and pet food. Good news: it delivers now, too. 

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  • Admiralty

Located inside Pacific Place mall’s Lane Crawford, the Great Food Hall is your best bet for high-end brands from around the world, as well as organic and sustainable products: Swiss chocolates, Iberico ham, Roquefort cheese and so much more. The produce aisle and the ready meals are particularly impressive. 

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  • West Kowloon

With branches in Elements and Stanley Plaza, 3hree Sixty specialises in premium imported goods. Both have a pretty extensive range of organic, vegan, and gluten-free foods, and the branch in Kowloon offers prepping services that make it easy to cook at home. Those include marinating meats, chopping veggies and cleaning seafood for you.

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  • Sheung Wan

The gourmet branch of the ParknShop empire features imported products, pre-made meals, baked goods and more. It’s a reliable choice for produce, and it's typically a step up from the Wellcomes of the world. There’s also a decent booze selection at affordable prices. 

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  • Causeway Bay

Neat and tidy Sogo Freshmart is found in the basement of Sogo’s Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui outlets. Specialising in imported Japanese groceries, the shop has everything you need to become a home-based sushi master. Not to mention, a solid selection of marbled Kobe beef. The store only stocks high-end products, so expect to pay a premium. 

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  • Sha Tin

One of Hong Kong's biggest and most recognisable supermarket chains, Wellcome is certainly convenient, with its ample locations in every district of the city. The shops have just about everything you might need too and some have a pretty decent selection. Larger stores tend to have a much wider selection, including live fish tanks, in-store bakeries, deli counters and even grind-it-yourself fresh coffee bean dispensers. 

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