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By Ashley Soo | April 5th, 2022

Easter is right around the corner, and what’s a better excuse for those with a sweet tooth than to explore the city through cakes and sweets? Whether you are in desperate need to satisfy your cravings or searching for the best cakes in town to spoil your Aries and Taurus friends, this piece is just what you need. Scroll down to see some of our picks on where to get cakes in Hong Kong this Easter. 

The Baker & The Bottleman

Photo: The Baker & The Bottleman

Infuse your Easter with The Baker & The Bottleman’s British bakes! This week onwards, you can pre-order online the bakery’s limited edition of baked goods, including the festive hot cross buns, malt custard tart, and the traditional English scones set. Try its Scottish eggs if you are craving something savory. Wrapped in a homemade meat patty and black pudding, then coated with crunchy golden breadcrumbs, the filling treat is a must-try. 

Patisserie Ché

Photo: Patisserie Ché

Scrolling through Patisserie Ché’s page, it is difficult to decide on what to order. You wish you can just stuff your face into all of its artisanal cakes, caneles, tarts and St. Honores that come in all flavors. Directed by a Le Cordon Bleu graduate, also a former Molitor intern, the popular online pastry shop will not disappoint with its treats — you will be surprised how the bakery’s unique Hong Kong twist can blend seamlessly in with traditional French pastries!

agnès b. café and délices

Photo: agnès b. café and delicès

You might already know agnès b. by its impeccable fashion. Explore agnès b. café and delicès’s Easter offerings, ranging from Joyeuses Pâques, a blood orange mascarpone cream cake with Easter eggs, to its cookie lollipop and chocolate pop sticks that is certainly a cherry on top of the chocomaniac season. 

r e l i v e & cake studio

Photo: r e l i v e & cake studio

Founded by a former pastry chef in the hotel industry, relive & cake studio started as an online bakery and has now gained a loyal customer base. The studio offers modern French sweet treats, made from only the freshest seasonal produce, spoil you with a refreshing bliss with each and every bite. Presented in a minimalist design, relive & cake studio will surely impress any picky eater.

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Photo: Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Easter is easily one of the children’s favorite seasons of the year, with all the chocolate and sweets they get to enjoy. Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong understands that and aims to make the season even better with its seasonal offerings, including chocolate bunnies and enormous Easter eggs. Not a fan of chocolate? Give their cheesecakes and other festive pastries a try!

Koke Lab

Photo: Koke Lab

Koke Lab won’t be a stranger to foodies with a plant-eating practice. Crafting its pastries with 100% plant-based ingredients, the vegan bakery serves whole cakes, caneles, cookies, petit pastries and mini cakes that would make a great finishing touch to either big family gatherings or a cozy get-together. The bakery is now offering a 10% discount off its products. Take this opportunity and expose yourself to vegan treats and you will discover that dairy- and egg-free treats are just as good!


Photo: @gregoiremichaud

You know you can never go wrong with Bakehouse. Different from the other hot cross buns, Gregoire Michaud’s take on the festive treat, now available in its Wan Chai branch, is completed with zesty citrus syrup and will get you addicted to the guilty pleasure this Easter. Check when are the buns are going to be out during the day — they might run out as quick as the signature egg tarts! 


Photo: Dacha

I am sure many of us would feel guilty about celebrating Easter when the whole world is in a complete mess. Show your support to the people of Ukraine by ordering Dacha’s Medovik honey cake in favor of the #CookForUkraine campaign. Complemented by Smetana cream, the traditional Eastern European 12-layer honey cake guarantees each bite with rich flavors. 

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