Food Guide

One of the best way to experience Cheung Chau Island and its culture is through its food. From giant fishballs to buttery pastries to fresh seafood, Cheung Chau has a wide range of local delicacies to offer.

Food guide

1. Hometown Tea House

Local snack shop

Run by a Japanese couple, this tiny backstreet eatery is often found flooded with locals and tourists who come for their red bean Japanese pastries and hand-rolls, served right through a standing window. Recommended : red bean filled bun, hot dog and crab stick hand-roll


Must Try : Red Bean Filled Bun

2. Kwok Kam Kee Bakery

Hong Kong Traditional bakery

This 40 year of bakery offers a great selection of traditional baked goods that are both nostalgic and delicious. Every year, the bakery prepares hundreds of blessed buns for the Bun Festival.

blessed bun

Must Try : Blessed Buns

3. Sweet MiMi


Sweet Mimi is a small dessert shop located near the Ferry Pier. Its Traditional Chinese desserts and Western sweets are popular among many children and adults.


Must Try : Tofu Pudding, Triple Chocolate shaved ice

4. Cheung Chau Windsurfing Centre Cafe

outdoor beach cafe

Established in 1975, the Windsurfing Centre is known as Olympic Champion Lee Lai San's Birthplace. It offers windsurfing, SUP and Kayak rentals, as well as windsurfing classes from professional coaches.


Must Try : Fish and Chips

5. Lai Yun Kee


Established more than 70 years ago by the Lai Family, Lai Yun Kee is famous for their variety of Chinese porridge. With a selection of desirable ingredients, the porridge is boiled down to a soft and silky texture. 


Must Try : Porridge and Fried Dough

6. Cheung Chau Bing Sutt


With a beautiful nostalgic interior, Cheung Chau Bing Sutt brings a modern twist to traditional dessert. Their taro balls and mango sticky rice are among the favourites of many female customers. Recommended : Mango sticky rice,

mango sticky rice

Must Try : Mango Sticky Rice

7. Alan's Cafe

Hong kong style diner

Alan's Cafe is a Hong Kong Cafe (Cha Chaan Teng) that offers an authentic taste of local culture. Serving up some staple classics such as Hong Kong milk tea, buttered French Toast and fried crispy chicken wings. 

HK cafe dine

Must Try : French Toast with butter and syrup, Hong Kong style milk tea