China: Hong Kong Where To Eat in Cafe’s & Boulangeries

Some fabulous Cafe’s in Hong Kong, China to visit.

After writing my Where To Eat & Where To Drink in Hong Kong post I realized I should share Where To Eat in Cafe’s & Boulangeries in Hong Kong. My favorite of the Cafe’s & Boulangeries I enjoyed in Hong Kong are below. Be sure to have a sweet tooth as these spots are all delicious. 

Po’s Atelier – Just around the corner from Dead End Cafe (read about below) is Po’s Atelier, an amazing bakery. Both the exterior (see through windows to the cool modern kitchen) and interior are gorgeous with a beautiful automatic glass sliding door welcoming you. The breads and pastries here were delicious. I tried the Parisian; a Baked Bread filled with Cheese & Ham which was divine. I also had a twisted tomato flavored bread stick that was tasty. Definitely a must try in the adorable Central (Soho) area of Hong Kong .G/F, 62 Po Hing Fong, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.

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Love how unassuming the exterior is of this beyond GORGEOUS Bakery/Pastry Shop

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 Such a gorgeous interior space. Love the high ceilings and of course their delicious pastries with the clean minimal presentation.

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Eric Kayser Artisan Boulanger – If you’ve read my Santiago Chile post (to come shortly…) you’ll recognize this name. I was thrilled to stumble upon an Eric Kayser bakery in the Central district of Hong Kong, conveniently close to where I stayed.  I of course visited, mentioning my recent visit to their Santiago location and they could not have been friendlier. I was sad to see that the oversize macaroons (literally the same width as an orange) seen in Chile weren’t in this store. More of a reason to visit various Eric Kayser’s since each may have their own special items! Shop G14-15, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, 17 Canton Road, Hong Kong. 

Hong Kong, China Where To Eat

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Dead End Cafe – This is a beyond adorable cafe which was great for a light Sunday brunch. Note that they have a morning menu (until 12:30pm) and heavier sandwiches served after 12:30pm. They’re also super popular on the weekends so if you have your heart set on something on the morning menu, arrive early as they sell out! 72 Po Hing Fong. Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.

Eat In Hong Kong Cafes

Hong Kong China Where To Eat

The delicious Avocado and Crab sandwich I enjoyed. Amazing presentation and delicious!

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