Earlier this year, I had friends who flew to Hong Kong and almost everyone posted on their Instagram this pastry place.
Initially, I was just planning on making a travel film for my trip to Hong Kong since I wanted the trip to be chill with no fixed itinerary. But, when we already came home, I did a last-minute decision on writing about some places since my friends were asking me where did I get the egg tarts.
As of date, there are 5 branches of Bakehouse all over Hong Kong – Causeway Bay, Soho, Tsim Sha Tsui, Stanley, and Wanchai.
I only found out as of late that Wanchai has a cafe!! I thought every branch just had pastry take-outs.
You can read more about Bakehouse on their website : https://www.bakehouse.com.hk/
The branch that we went to was in Soho since I wanted to check out a cafe after going to Bakehouse which was sadly closed during that day.
I was going to share where we stayed during this trip and I already wrote about it but the place was not kept well so I don’t want to recommend it.
Anyway, coming from where we stayed, we took bus 23 heading to Soho because they had the shortest walk once you get down from commuting.
From this point, I followed Google Maps to get to Bakehouse (again, I’m so sorry I was not prepared to actually make a post during this Hong Kong trip).
It was easy to spot Bakehouse since they had this brick wall concept as well as a vertical sign that says “Bakehouse”.
The egg tart wasn’t sweet as well!! I can’t wait to go back to Bakehouse around November! I’ll try to see if I can visit their Wanchai branch.
I’ll definitely be more prepared during that time to write a proper post 😆.
Don’t miss out on trying Bakehouse if you’re in Hong Kong!
all photos were taken using an iPhone 13 Pro Max / Fujifilm X-T20 18-55 mm
Read about my other Hong Kong adventures!