Whether you’re seeking everyday groceries, meat and fish selections, organic fruits and vegetables, or unique deli items, this guide to the best supermarkets and grocery stores in Hong Kong is tailor-made for you. Hong Kong boasts a wide range of diverse grocery stores, catering to a variety of tastes, whether you’re in search of European products or Asian delicacies. Indeed, Hong Kong is home to various supermarket chains, as well as numerous smaller food stores offering some of the finest products that can even be delivered to your doorstep.

759 Store

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759 Store specialises in imported Japanese goods, so if you’re in search of Japanese food, snacks, and ingredients, then this is the place to come. They also have a selection of other specialty items imported from Korea and other parts of Asia. As well as the snacks, there’s a reasonable selection of other food, including some fresh and frozen, household items and personal care items. You can get decent savings on rice, noodles, pasta, condiments, and frozen meat among other things with their perpetual 23% discount with a free membership.

Where: Shop in-person

Best Mart 360

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Best Mart 360 has lots of snack foods available, but the main draw is the great deals on nuts, dried fruit, spreads, and condiments. You can also find some cleaning products and personal care items, but no fresh or frozen food. Best Mart 360 also has a member card that you can use to collect reward points.

Where: Shop online or in-person


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Specialising in fine Italian food, this online gourmet purveyor is more than a delicatessen. From a long list of cold cuts to choose from, to seafood, meat, and fresh fruits and veggies, you are spoilt for choice. Delivery is free if you spend $700 or more, otherwise it’s $100 to have the goodies delivered. They also offer a $50 discount on your first purchase of $700 or more.

Where: Shop online


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Located in areas of high concentration of offices, city’super stores offer a good range of fresh and convenience food. As a premium supermarket, the quality is high, but so are the prices. Some larger stores have lifestyle ranges (e.g. beauty, baking, stationery). Good for the quick meal on the way home from work or some weekend treats.

Where: Shop online or in-person

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Crave Healthy Food

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So much choice here for nutritious eating, from conveniently prepared meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner to healthy desserts low in sugar sent fresh to your door. Everything is organic and there are plenty of vegan and gluten-free options too.

Where: Shop online

Feather & Bone

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Feather & Bone is a butcher, deli, grocer and restaurant in one. They’re stocked with premium meats and a hand-picked selection of seasonal products imported from Australia, Europe and the US. Get your goods online or pop into one of their many storefront locations to see their beautiful cheeses and gourmet food items first-hand. The dining menu showcases their quality meat and produce with some hearty breakfasts, burgers and signature steaks.

Where: Shop online or in-person

Il Bel Paese

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Italian gourmet specialities and a heaven for foodies. Their shops sell everything from extra virgin olive oil, to fruits and vegetables directly from Italy. Products are very high quality and fairly reasonably priced at several shops across Hong Kong. Their take-away menu will make your mouth water with hot pasta dishes and extensive dessert options (try the lemon tiramisu).

Where: Shop online


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More cheese, meat, and wine, this time of the French variety. LQV sells mature farmhouse cheese from France straight to their handsome Wan Chai shop. Lovely pâté and charcuterie are also on hand, and the friendly staff will help you decide between a pavé corrézien or crottin de Chavignol.

Where: Shop online or in-person

Market Place by Jasons

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Often located in areas with a high concentration of expats, these supermarkets offer a good range of both Asian and Western foods and groceries. Good for the weekly shop.

Where: Shop online or in-person

Monsieur Chatté

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French style deli. Shop online or in store at Elements mall, Bonham Strand and find an extensive selection of wines, cheeses and deli items. French expats and cider lovers alike will be happy to know they carry La Chouette.

Where: Shop online or in-person in Bonham Strand

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Oliver’s the Delicatessen

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You may be very familiar with Oliver’s at the Landmark, helping us get those rare international treats we crave since 1981. Thankfully now we have so much choice in the city, as this very guide shows, but Oliver’s will remain worth a visit for gourmet food, fine wines and common products to keep your kitchen stocked. They do delivery and personal shopping.

Where: Shop online or in-person in Central


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Prizemart are a well established discount brand, a few of which sell frozen food, but the majority only sell dried and canned food (not fresh produce) and household goods. These are busy stores, a good indication that you’re getting a good deal. Prizemart is great for bulk-buy bargains on goods like rice, nuts, honey, peanut butter, muesli and olive oil. You can also pick up well-priced pasta, UHT milk, mayonnaise, Nutella, tinned food and they have an extensive range of chocolates and snacks.

Where: Shop in-person


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Common throughout Hong Kong and the larger ones are fine for the weekly shop. The PARKnSHOP group also runs the following stores: International, Fusion, Taste, and Gourmet, which generally have more Western groceries, ingredients, and prepared meals targeted at the expat market.

Where: Shop online or in-person

Regency Spices

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This is the place to look for all those unusual spices that your typical Hong Kong supermarket does not stock. They guarantee their products are pure, unadulterated and are freshly selected from this year’s crop so you can expect really fresh and vibrant flavours. Their prices are very reasonable and you can shop online for delivery throughout Hong Kong.

Where: Shop online

South Stream Market

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You can pick up most of your shopping list at South Stream’s extensive online store that includes meat, seafood, veggies & fruit, bakery, dairy & eggs, drinks & beverages, groceries, home products, personal care, pet foods and more. The top-quality meat is brought in from Australia and New Zealand and they sell a large range of wild caught fish, as well as delicious imported fruit and veggies. Their delivery service covers most of Hong Kong, with many places receiving delivery 6 days per week.

Where: Shop online

Spice Store

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When you’re in need of a bunch of specialty Asian ingredients or spices, you’ll be thankful for Spice Store. Their products run the gamut of harder-to-find Asian veg like karela (bitter gourd) and senjne phalli (drumstick), plus awesome chutneys and spices, already cooked meals, household goods, and organic grocery items. Free delivery on orders over $300.

Where: Shop online

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Spicebox Organics

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Supplier of high quality, organic products including groceries, spices, supplements, gluten-free goods, condiments, beauty items and more. They also have organic bulk products in-store so you can reduce your packaging waste. Shop in-store in their Kennedy Town, Tseung Kwan O, or Mid-Levels shops, or online.

Where: Shop online or in-person in Kennedy Town, Tseung Kwan O, and Mid-Levels


online cheese delivery from terroirs
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European delicacies galore from French raclette cheese to Spanish spicy chorizo, everything for your tapas night or wine and cheese party is available to order online. Terroirs also stocks bakery items, seafood, meat, and essential grocery items.

Where: Shop online

Twins Baking Supplies

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Twins Baking Supplies are specialists in all things baking-related, the prices of which can be particularly eye-watering in some Hong Kong retail outlets. They have three stores (Yau Ma Tei, Wan Chai, and Tai Koo) where you can pick up butter, flour, food colouring, flavourings, cake-tins, muffin cases and much more at a decent discount. While you’re there, you should sign up for their membership scheme for extra savings.

Where: Shop online or in-person in Yau Ma Tei, Wan Chai, and Tai Koo


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Wellcome is Hong Kong’s second giant in the chain supermarket empire. This is fine for day to day shopping, but not if you have something slightly unusual on your list. Small outlets are common throughout Hong Kong. The Wellcome Group also runs Market Place by Jasons, Oliver’s the Delicatessen, 3hreesixty, and city’super.

Where: Shop online or in-person


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As with most of the discount grocery stores listed here, the shops themselves are small. A large proportion of USelect’s stock is from British supermarket brand ‘Tesco’, and the savings are fantastic. You’ll find a full range of everyday groceries here, including jams and spreads, ready-to-use sauces, pasta, wine, juice, tinned goods, snack foods, herbs and spices, yogurt, cheese, butter, frozen food, and vegetables. Keep in mind that because all the products are imported, it’s likely that not all your favourites will be in stock at any given visit.

Where: In-person

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