Famous Hong Kong Confectionery Product and Biscuit Gifts

Buying confectionery products, cookies, pastries and biscuits as gifts or souvenirs is brilliant as people get to experience the taste of Hong Kong and its trend, besides gastronomic enjoyment is always memorable.

Jenny Bakery

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Photo: Jenny Bakery

Famous for its very buttery cookies, Jenny Bakery is the go-to shop for hassle-free gifts for friends and family back home. The minimally decorated store offers different selections of cookies/ candies, with descriptions and price visible on the wall. The most famous one is the 4 Mix Butter Cookies, priced at 320g (S) HK$75 | 640g (L) HK$140. During peak hours, they limit two tins of cookies per customer. The cookies are made fresh daily, without preservatives so they expire relatively faster.

Website: jennybakery.com


HK Island: Unit 15, 15 Wing Wo Street, Sheung Wan
Kowloon: Unit 42, 1st Floor and Unit 24, Ground Floor, Mirador Mansion, 62 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Kee Wah Bakery

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Photo: Kee Wah Bakery

They have a wide selection of products which include biscuits, eggrolls, candies, pudding, pastries, mooncakes, bridal cakes, Chinese tea, etc. You can shop online too. Free delivery for purchase of $350 and above, otherwise delivery fee is $60. Customers love their traditional delights that represent HK, tasty, fresh and flaky yet not too sweet. The attractive packaging is perfect for gift giving.  

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Hang Heung Cake Shop

hang heung lou poh peng wife cake biscuitPhoto: Hang Heung 

Yuen Long 老婆餅 Lou Poh Peng or Wife Cake is world famous, initially made popular by Hang Heung restaurant that first served wife cake in the 1940s and the rest is history. Since then, it has become a must-eat food for tourists. Customers commented that their wife cake is exceptionally delicious compared to those from other shops. The winter melon filling is tasty and chewy in generous amount wrapped in fluffy fragrant pastry. The fresh ones are definitely better than the pre-packed version. They also sell other local treats.

Website: hangheung.com.hk 


Yuen Long: 66 Castle Peak Road, Yuen Long, New Territories
Mong Kok: 45 Dundas St, Mong Kok
TST: 8 Carnarvon Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui

Koi Kei Bakery

koi kei almond biscuit edwin siuPhoto: Koi Kei Bakery

Founded in Macau, Koi Kei Bakery is famous for its almond biscuits and peanut candies. Brother’s Keeper, the 2013 TVB drama starring Edwin Siu as a peanut brittle enthusiast and entrepreneur was based on the story of Koi Kei. Due to the epidemic, all branches of Koi Kei in Hong Kong except the one in the airport have been closed because of issues in obtaining supplies from headquarters. Other must-try is their Portuguese Tart.

Website: koikei.com

Address: Unit No.7T037, Departure Hall, Level 7,Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau, Hong Kong (Non Restricted Area)
Tel: +852 2310 8668 / +852 2310 8678

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