With Halloween on its way, it is that time of year again where you get your costumes and sweet treats ready for All Hallows’ Eve celebration parties. Take a loo-ooo-ook at our list below to find out where to get the best Halloween cakes and cupcakes in Hong Kong this year, these devilicious desserts are sure to get all of you trick-or-treaters in the spooky mood.
Playful organic Halloween Fondant Toppers (HK$28) are available for The Cakery’s famous cupcakes and cookies and feature vibrant designs that are sure to wow at any costumed soirée. Add the toppers to a baked good of choice for a truly customised All Hallows’ Eve dessert. The Cakery also offers organic Halloween Cookie Box (HK$358 for 5) of witches, spiders and other Halloween icons – a lighthearted and satisfying addition to any Halloween party.
Locations: Central and Causeway Bay
Contact: 6683 3833
Indulge in sumptuous sinful desserts at Cafe Too’s lunch and dinner buffets this Halloween season. For an ultimate celebration, kids can join the wild celebration with fun activities including face painting, balloon twisting, and trick-or-treating tours at the hotel. Available from 28 to 31 October at Cafe Too, Island Shangri-La.
Location: Supreme Ct Road, Admiralty
Contact: 2820 8571
Online Cake Shop Baking Maniac is introducing a spooky wide range of Halloween sweet treats this year. The special Halloween edition features Meringue Ghosts Cake (HK$1,200), Bloody Red Velvet Cupcakes (HK$55), Halloween Witch Cupcakes (HK$65), Ghost and Mummy Cupcakes (HK$60), Eyeball Cake Pops (HK$50), and halloween fondant toppers on cupcakes (HK$80). Their sweet treats will surely add a delicious and festive touch to your party!
Location: 5C, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Wong Chuk Hang
Contact: 6699 8093
Grand Hyatt joins in the Halloween fun this year with several Halloween-inspired cakes and pastries specially created by Executive Pastry Chef Smita Grosse. The Devil’s Cat (HK$528) is a 18cm diameter black sesame sponge cake with raspberry confit, vanilla custard, sea salt chocolate crunch; and Coolie the Pirate (HK$78) is a Hazelnut crunch tart with salted caramel, sponge, and hazelnut cream. Available until 31 October 2022.
Location: 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai
Contact: 2584 7722
Make your Halloween a delicious one with Twelve Cupcakes’ spooky collection (HK$34 each), featuring an assortment of perfectly-sized cupcakes including Red Devil (strawberry butter cream and light chocolate cake), Fuzzy Monster (lime cream cheese topping on a vanilla cake), and Funky Pumpkin (pumpkin butter cream and chocolate cake).
Location: Central, Causeway Bay, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon Bay, and Tsim Sha Tsui
Contact: 2172 6190
Royal Park Hotel presents a selection of devilishly yummy and eye-catching Halloween cupcakes and cakes for you this year. Try the Strawberry Cupcake (HK$48), Blue Cupcake (HK$48), and Tiramisu (HK$48) if you prefer traditional dessert flavours, there are also Dark Chocolate Sesame Mousse Cake (HK$68), Vanilla Pumpkin Cheesecake (HK$68), and Pumpkin Cheesecake (HK$1,040) for those with an adventurous palate. These cute Halloween sweet treats featuring black cat, witch hat, pumpkin, and Frankenstein are sure to impress your friends and family at Halloween parties.
Location: 8 Pak Hok Ting Street, Sha Tin
Contact: 2601 2111
This Halloween, get into the spirit with Butter Cake Shop’s Mini Boo Pie (HK$90)! This itty-bitty ghostie is made with a chocolate cookie crust, filled with crispy caramel pearls and pumpkin-caramel mousse, and topped with a meringue mini ghost and dark chocolate. This adorable miniature-sized scary is only available from 22 to 31 October at Butter K11 MUSEA, the Staunton Street Cake Shop, and on GO delivery.
Locations: Central and Tsim Sha Tsui
Contact: 2810 0660
The chefs at International buffet restaurant Congress Plus have prepared creative food offerings to spread the Halloween joy at the “Halloween Little League Feast” themed dinner buffet, while the restaurant will be transformed into a fa-boo-lous playground. Conclude your meal on a high note with sinfully sweet desserts like the Double Choc Spider Web Cake, with an itsy-bitsy spider sits atop the decadent chocolate cake, and fluffy Pumpkin Hojicha Cream Roll, a hojicha flavoured sponge cake rolled with silky cream disguise in a pumpkin. Available now until 31 October 2022. The dinner buffet is priced at HK$758 for adults, HK$658 for senior citizens aged 65 or above, and HK$458 for children aged between 7 and 11. It is free of charge for children aged 6 or below, and each paying adult is entitled to bring one child aged 6 or below for free.
Location: Level 4, HKCEC, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai
Contact: 2582 7250
Just for 29 & 30 October, the Hjem team has revamped their popular afternoon tea (HK$488 per pair) for Halloween, making it a spooky affair with the addition of the Cookie Monster – a buckwheat chocolate cookie – and a Halloween Lingonberry Cupcake, while the signature Cinnamon and Cardamom Bun also gets a ghoulish makeover. These Halloween Bakes of the Day (HK$48) will also be available for purchase on their own.
Location: 161 Hollywood Rd, Central
Contact: 2362 9193
I Love Babycakes is the one-stop shop for all your dessert needs this festive season, get their Halloween-themed special cupcakes, cookies and cake pops for your party, or even better, sign up for the butter cookie and cupcake workshop and bake them at their Wan Chai kitchen.
Location: 15 Lung On St, Wan Chai
Contact: 9682 0215
Header image credits: Congress Plus