The Mixing Bowl

Photo: courtesy of The Mixing Bowl

Photo: courtesy of The Mixing Bowl

Best for: Pastries

Learn how to cook in a spacious 2000+ square foot venue, built explicitly for top quality baking classes alongside hosting private events. Suitable for amateurs and aficionados alike, The Mixing Bowl’s classes range from bread making and traditional French pastry classes to a course specifically for local Hong Kong baked goods. Each class is 2.5 to 3 hours long, allowing for approximately two items to be made each class.

 23/F The Pemberton, 22-26 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan;

Yum Cha


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Best for: Dim sum

If you haven’t had the chance to visit Yum Cha in person, you would certainly still recognise their notorious cartoon-ified custard buns from Instagram. Get creative in the classroom as you learn how to make yum cha classics including pork and shrimp siu mai, and of course the classic custard buns, and reward yourself with your self-made creations alongside the Yum Cha afternoon tea set after the class.

Unit C, 13/F, Kee Shing Centre, 74 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui;

Bread Cloud Studio


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Best for: Bread

Bread Cloud Studio offers a host of different classes pertaining to specific types of bread, even going so far as to split their workshops into ‘Fundamental’ for the bread-making novice and ‘Experienced’ for those looking to perfect the craft with slightly more advanced, complex recipes. Learn how to make anything from your classic cinnamon roll, sourdough and focaccia to couronne au seigle or milk & kale loaf for the more experienced.

5/F, Nam Hing Fong, 39 Yiu Wa Street, Causeway Bay;

Lazy Baking Studio


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Best for: Cakes

Lazy Baking Studio offers two experiences. The first, more traditional route invites you into their studios for a hands on, in-person class where you can learn how to create their picturesque buttercream cakes or cupcakes. Alternatively, the ‘Bake At Home’ experience allows customers to order online and have instructional recipes and ingredients delivered directly to your doorstep, a subtle nod to the studio’s cheeky moniker.

14 Hing Yip St, Kwun Tong;

Sweetpea Café


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Best for: Gluten-free goodies

Watch, learn and taste as you make artfully decorated gluten-free cakes using flower petals, fondant, and buttercream, with signature flavours including banana salted caramel, double earl grey, and lime passion fruit. Alongside a complimentary slice of selected cake and coffee and your very own 7” creation, bring home a pack of Sweetpea’s gluten free flour mix to recreate what you learnt in class.

G/F, 4 Shin Hing St, Central; 


Photo: courtesy of BiteUnite

Photo: courtesy of BiteUnite

Best for: Socially distanced international cuisine

BiteUnite is currently live-streaming online cooking classes for family and friends to connect with one another whilst allowing access to a diverse pool of global chefs from San Francisco, Boston, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Classes include baking, mixology and cooking across Cantonese, Japanese, Thai, Indian and French cuisines.

G/F, 15 Lung On St, Wan Chai;