Top 5 Places to Buy Kitchen Equipment

Top 5 Places to Buy Kitchen Equipment

Having the right utensils is essential for every cook and baker!

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stephanie.fung  stephanie.fung  on 3 Jan '19


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One of our fave kitchen shops has closed its doors forever (goodbye Pantry Magic, we will miss you!), so here are some other options for when you're needing to pad out your cooking equipment.


1. Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei


Shanghai St Kitchenware(photo credit: bluebalu)


A positive paradise for cooks and bakers - this is the number one place to shop for utensils! It's made up of many different mini stores that sell literally everything you need, whether it's knives, pots and pans, crockery, baking supplies, accessories and so much more.

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2. I Love Cake

I Love Cake HK(Photo credit: serendipityandbliss)


This is a popular shop that sells all kinds of bakingware and ingredients, ranging from cake-making tools to baking accessories and embellishments.


Website

G/F 338 Shanghai Street, Yaumetei, 2671 2671

Shop H2, 188 Wanchai Road, Wanchai, 2671 2644


3. King Tak Hong Porcelain Co.

King Tak Hong Porcelain Co.

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Situated in Wanchai, this is another ideal place to visit if you are looking for bargain-priced kitchenware. This shop sells mostly porcelain plates, glasses, and even storage boxes. It basically has everything you need for a table setting.


King Tak Hong Porcelain Co.

Website

126-128 Queen's Road East, Wanchai, 3118 2422


4. Twins Baking Co, Wanchai

(May 2020, added by the Foodie Team)

Twins Baking Co in Wanchai

We recently visited during the Covid baking frenzy in order attend to our baking deficiencies by buying the right stuff. It was not well stocked with flour (because they are not magic we suppose), but had everything else. We picked up a baguette baking tray, a sourdough lined proofing basket, a lame and one of those special spoon scales for very small amounts of salt and herbs and what not. Everything was very reasonably priced, and this may be one of our favourite spots.

It was very busy though, so we are not sharing any secrets here.

Wan Chai, No.88 Lockhart Rd, 11樓全層, 3188 1887


5. Big Department Stores

It's a bit obvious but might be the right option for sheer volume of goods. Other than specialty stores, most big department stores also sells a selection of kitchenware at an affordable price such as IKEA, Sogo and Wing On, so here they are:


IKEA website

The Park Lane Hong Kong, 310 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay, 3125 0888

5/F, Grand Central Plaza, 138 Sha Tin Rural Committee Rd, Sha Tin, 2634 1688

MegaBox, 38 Wang Chiu Rd, Kowloon Bay, 3125 0888

Opening Hours: 10:30am - 10:30pm


Sogo website

555 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2833 8338

Opening Hours: Sun - Thurs from 10:00am - 10:00pm; Fri - Sat from 10:00am - 10:30pm


Wing On website

211 Des Voeux Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, 2852 1888

Opening Hours: Mon - Sun from 10:00am - 7:30pm


Bonus: Pan Handler in Landmark

Pan Handler in Landmark

Whilst you probably won't find many bargains here, it's a gorgeous shop with some well known British and American brands such as Dualit toasters, Global knives and KitchenAid mixers.


Shop 227-228, 2/F, LANDMARK PRINCE'S, 2523 1672

Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-7pm, Sun & Public Holidays 10am-6pm


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