Where to Find the Best Cookies in Hong Kong (Some with Offers!)
Chope has got you covered. We’ve selected the 5 best Hong Kong cookies for you!
What’s more, you can enjoy these cookies with an exclusive discount from us.
All the more reasons to enjoy a little guilty pleasure in life!
1. Cookie DPT
Source: Cookie DPT
You can't miss out on their signature Chocolate Chip Cookie (HK$40). Its crisp yet moist and chewy texture is irresistible, while the buttery taste with melted chocolate is just divine. Cookie DPT also has some special limited edition flavours from time to time like Matcha Sesame Cookie with Mochi filling, Lotus Biscoff Cookie, Pumpkin Spiced Cookie with Coffee Ganache, and then some.
Visit their first-ever Cookie Department Cafe & Bakery at FOCO in Central now. Not only can you enjoy their cookies, but sample their savouries like bagels, sandwiches, and pasta, and treats like Banoffee Pie, Pumpkin Pie, and Cinnamon Roll.
Cookie Department Cafe & Bakery
Address: 48 Cochrane Street L/G, Central
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 9am - 9pm
Source: Twinkie Cookies
Love to eat cookies and mochi? This is the perfect match made in heaven for you. Twinkie Cookies is founded by a young and talented baker, Chloe Lee, and it claims to be the pioneer of Lava Mochi Cookie in Hong Kong. She started selling homemade cookies purely via Instagram, and now she owns a physical shop in Langham Place, Mong Kok, as well as a pop-up store at K11 Art Mall!
Twinkie Cookies' "Lava Mochi Cookie" collection features over 10 flavours, such as Lava Matcha Mochi Cookie (HK$46), Lava Earl Grey Chocolate Mochi Cookie (HK$42), Lava Mozzarella Mochi Cookie (HK$42), Lava Hojicha Mochi Cookie (HK$42) and many more. Besides mochi cookies, Twinkie Cookies also provides other innovative bakery products like mochi basque cheesecake, mochi donuts, and scones filled with tea-flavoured clotted cream. They are now teaming up with the ice cream brand Teemtonefai and launching the Ice-cream Cookie Sandwiches, which are available at both Langham Place and K11 Art Mall branches with limited quantities.
Twinkie Cookies Shops
Shop 38, Level B2, Langham Place, 638 Shanghai St, Mong Kok, Kowloon
(K11 Art Mall Pop-up - from now till 28th Feb 2023)
Kiosk 59, Level B1, , K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 11am-9pm
3. Smile Yogurt
Source: Smile Yogurt
Smile Yogurt may be best known for its froyo (frozen yogurt), but its cookie gift boxes are definitely the gifts that your friends and family would appreciate. There are five flavours for their butter cookies, which are Matcha Krispies, Chocolate Cereal, Black Pepper Cheese, Super Cheese, Coffee Cinnamon & Walnut. The Smile Yogurt's "Cookies Tea Moment" (HK$208) gift set doesn't just include 50pcs of cookies (10pcs for each flavour), but also 3pcs of low-temperature dried fig and "Tea Poetry" Floral Earl Grey Tea Sachet. Not in the mood for sharing? Well, then you can buy yourself a small pack of 5 pieces of cookies for just HK$28.
Smile Yogurt Shops
(Hong Kong Island)
- Shop 511B, 5/F, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay
- Shop B102A, B1/F, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
- Shop B207, Langham Place, 8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok
- Shop 23, Retail/F, Citylink Plaza, 1 Sha Tin Station Circuit, Sha Tin
Source: Kimya's Bakery
Taking a trip down memory lane with Kimya's Bakery's cookies! Kimya's Bakery has been providing freshly handmade baking treats to customers ever since its debut in 1983 in Hong Kong. Once you step into the shop, you will be greeted and surrounded by a delicious buttery scent that brings back fond childhood memories.
A box of made-in-Hong-Kong Kimya's Bakery's cookies is priced between HK$38 - HK$40. If you get the Crunchsugar-coated Walnuts flavour, it'll be HK$58 per box. The crunchy cookies are made with premium butter and milk and have flavours like Matcha, Coffee Chocolate, Earl Grey Tea, Chocolate Butter, and more! This traditional bakery also offers 3D fondant cake, classic treats for Chinese New Year (biscuits and CNY puddings), and sliced cakes as well. Be sure to drop by Kimya's Bakery when you pass by the neighbourhood of Sha Tin and To Kwan Wan.
Kimya's Bakery Shops
G29A, G/F, Grand Waterfront Plaza, No. 38 San Ma Tau Street, Ma Tau Kok, Kowloon
G/F, 19A, Goodluck Centre, 1 - 15 Wang Pok Street, Sha Tin, New Territories
Source: Mrs. Fields
Need a snack after dinner? Perhaps a cookie is what you need to end the evening on a sweeter note. There is always a long queue outside Mrs. Fields' shops in the MTR stations after 9.30pm — you can't miss their buy 3 get 3 free cookies daily promo!
Mrs. Fields' soft cookies are freshly baked every day, with the American Soft Cookies priced at HK$17 each. Chocolate Chewy Cookie and Triple Chocolate Cookie are best sellers that sell out quickly. Feel guilty finishing a large cookie on your own? Opt for their American BB Soft Cookies instead (HK$35 for 6pcs). These mini cookies also feature flavours like White Chocolate and Macadamia Nuts, Semi-sweet Chocolate Chip, and Sugar Butter. Mrs. Fields isn't all about cookies too — they also serve muffins, brownies and chocolate, so get your sweet tooth fix at 12 Mrs. Fields outlets in Hong Kong now!
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Mrs. Fields Shops
(Hong Kong Island)
- MTR Hong Kong Station HOK 40 (Paid Area, Exit E)
- MTR Central Station CEN E2 (Exit G)
- MTR Admiralty Station ADM 25 (Exit A)
- Shop No. B301, Basement 3, Times Square, Causeway Bay
- MTR Mei Foo Station West Line MEF 104 (Paid Area, Exit D/F)
- MTR Yau Ma Tei Station YMT 20 (Exit D)
- MTR Prince Edward Station PRE 11 (Exit B)
- MTR Jordan Road Station JOR15 (Exit A)
- MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station TST 4 (Exit C2)
- MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Station ETS 26 (Exit P1)
- MTR Kowloon Tong Station KOT 124 (Paid Area, Exit D)
- MTR Po Lam Station POA 15 (Exit A)