Sweet Dreams Come True: Soulgood Bakery brings its once online-only cakes and sweet treats to its first permanent location in K11 MUSEA.
Look & Feel: Adopting a bright colorway that pays homage to the ’40s American homes, Soulgood Bakery’s retro-inspired interior with pink walls and chequered floor reflects the joy its delightful treats bring to every family and household. Customers can also enjoy their treats in the Instagrammable corner on the bar tables if they cannot wait to dig in.
On The Menu: Soulgood Bakery conquers both the Western and Asian dessert territories.
Cheesecake fanatics are going to love the bakery’s cheesecake varieties — traditional, cookies & cream, tea-infused — you name it. If you are a Soulgood first-timer or one that’s overwhelmed by the cheesecake range, try the bakery’s signature Mixed Berries Basque Burnt Cheesecake (from HK$480). Charred on the outside with a melt-in-your-mouth texture and a runny lava center, Soulgood’s cheesecake is best complemented by the fresh tangy mixed berries. Crème Brûlée Taro Basque Burnt Cheesecake (from HK$560) would also be a great pick if you want to try something unique. Specially created to celebrate the grand opening of its first physical store, the city’s first-ever crème-brûlée-flavored Basque burnt cheesecake flaunts a rich milk foam guilty pleasure and a taro purée at the center. Answering the local’s craze for mochi, Soulgood Bakery also serves Matcha Strawberry Mochi Basque Burnt Cheesecake and Sticky Mango Rice Mochi Basque Burnt Cheesecake (both from HK$520) to satisfy that need for something chewy in your dessert.
The bakery also understands that sometimes, you want something just for yourself. Serving also cake jars (from HK$55) including Cereal Killer, a marriage of fresh strawberry jam and honey star-shaped cereal, Naughty Banana, a classic combination of caramelized banana and Nutella, and other flavors with a creative twist, the house is here to add something sweet to your every day.
FYI: Soulgood Bakery closes at 8 pm on weekdays and 9 pm on weekends, so make sure you are not too late for any last-minute purchase!
This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.