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A 1930s building becomes a centre of eatery in Hong Kong

This is a building built in 1930s in Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

Kee Wah Bakery Flagship Store

It is the flagship store of Kee Wah bakery.



On the ground floor it is the bakery store where you can buy Chinese pastry and cakes.

Also there is a miniature display which shows old Hong Kong.


There is a staircase which you can go to the first floor. The staircase is already an instagram spot.



The first floor is a cafe (or tea house) where you can enjoy the renovated interior of the building.


We would recommend red bean ice because the ice is shaved ice where most of the places in Hong Kong offer ice cubes. Also please note that the portion of their afternoon tea set is very small... like really small.


The second floor is a studio where people can learn how to make dim sum or Chinese pastry. However most of the courses are in English.


Sounds interesting right? But sadly they target at local market so most of the classes are in Cantonese.

Kee Wah Bakery

188 Queens Road East, Wan Chai