11 December, 2023
Best Cheese Shops Hong Kong: Cheese Board, camambert, brie, grueyere, feta, raclette
Best Cheese Shops Hong Kong: Cheese Board, camambert, brie, grueyere, feta, raclette
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The Best Cheese Shops In Hong Kong: Where To Get Camembert, Brie & More

11 December, 2023
Best Cheese Shops Hong Kong: Cheese Board, camambert, brie, grueyere, feta, raclette

Hello, is it Brie you’re looking for? Or perhaps Camembert, Gruyère or Feta? We’ve rounded up the best physical and online cheese shops in Hong Kong.

A bountiful cheese board can always transform an ordinary night at home into something special. And though it may at first seem like this indulgent delight is hard to come by in Hong Kong, there are plenty of gourmet shops, delis and online stores which can fulfil all your cheesy needs. Whether you’re partial to a creamy baked Camembert, a sharp Gruyère, a mild Gouda or even a vegan Feta, these Hong Kong cheese shops and delis have you covered.

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Best Cheese Shops Hong Kong: Cheese From Far & Delicacies

Cheese From Far & Delicacies – Dutch-owned boutique store selling imported European cheeses

As its name suggests, this boutique cheese shop sources artisanal cheese from far and wide (imported directly from Europe, to be specific), allowing us to sample a range of dairy products and rare delicacies at delightfully affordable prices. The team put together a mean cheese platter that can be delivered straight to your door and also hosts Cheese & Wine Pairing Workshops for those interested. You’ll find a range of seasonal cheeses as well as fresh varieties in different stages — the selection is usually bigger at the physical store (plus it doesn’t hurt to sample a few while you’re there!) but there are always plenty of options to order online.

Cheese From Far & Delicacies, 5 Tak Lung Back Street, Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 9336 6852, Facebook: Cheese From Far, Instagram: @cheesefromfar, cheesefromfar.com

Cheese Shops Hong Kong: Cheese Club

Cheese Club – European artisanal cheese and gourmet food

Fancy getting your hands on a fresh selection of premium cheese at an affordable price? Of course, you do! Cheese Club offers a wide assortment of artisanal cheese and other gourmet products sourced from Europe at unbeatable prices (up to 50% cheaper than HK retail!). Plus, with its monthly offer, you can enjoy a great value selection of delicacies renewed every month. Alternatively, you can purchase from its online shop and enjoy next-day delivery. You’ll also find a superb range of cold cuts and fruits to create the charcuterie board of your dreams, as well as high-quality French wines and bubbles!

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Cheese Club, 2178 2229, cheeseclub.hk

GREAT Food Hall – Over 200 of the world’s finest cheeses

Found in the basement of Pacific Place, GREAT Food Hall is a go-to for just about any premium grocery item you could dream of, including cheese. In fact, the luxury supermarket boasts a Cheese Room a temperature-controlled space containing over 200 of the world’s finest cheeses.

Great Food Hall, LG1, Two Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, www.pacificplace.com.hk

Best Cheese Shops Hong Kong: Mercato Gourmet

Mercato Gourmet – Cheese sourced directly from small family farms and producers in Italy

With multiple locations across Hong Kong Island, including its flagship in Wan Chai, Mercato Gourmet is so much more than your standard supermarket, with all items sourced and imported directly from small family farms and producers in Italy and beyond. The impressive cheese selection is not to be missed; think burrata, Parmigiano Reggiano, Grana Padano, fresh ricotta, pecorino and more!

Mercato Gourmet, various locations across Hong Kong, www.mercatogourmet.com.hk

city’super – A range of hard and soft cheeses for your cheese board

Known for offering a premium shopping experience, city’super has you covered when it comes to cheese. Offering everything you need to make the ultimate cheese board, head to the deli section at any of its locations across the city, or take your pick from the online store. The supermarket brand stocks a range of hard and soft cheeses from a variety of countries.

city’super, various locations across Hong Kong, online.citysuper.com.hk

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Best Cheese Shops Hong Kong: LQV La Cremerie

La Cremerie – Top-quality ewe, cow and goat’s milk cheeses

As part of LQV Group, La Cremerie is all about bringing high-quality French products to Hong Kong. It selects only top-quality ewe, cow and goat’s milk cheeses directly from exclusive French farms, and then continues to age them in-house. While an online store is available, we recommend heading to its locations in either the Mid-Levels or Wan Chai where an expert Cheese Master can help you pick out your dream cheese line-up.

La Cremerie (Mid-Levels), 118 Caine Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong
La Cremerie (Wan Chai), 4 Swatow Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, shop-hk.lqv-group.com

Marks & Spencer – Pre-packaged cheese selections, cheese-themed foodie gifts and hampers

A tried-and-true favourite for reasonably priced cheeses is good old M&S. Although the selection is a little limited compared to speciality shops, it will always have you covered for an impromptu cheese and wine night in. Look out for its pre-packaged cheese selections, which offer a good value option if you’re after a few different varieties.

Marks & Spencer, various locations across Hong Kong, www.marksandspencer.com

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Best Cheese Shops Hong Kong: Il Bel Paese

Il Bel Paese – Fresh mozzarella, ricotta, gouda and more

Il Bel Paese is where to head for Italian cheese, including fresh mozzarella, ricotta, gouda and much more. Head to one of its six deli locations around town and select from one of the largest selections of Italian produce in Hong Kong.

Il Bel Paese, various locations across Hong Kong, www.ilbelpaese.com.hk

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La Taula – Artisanal vegan cheese and sweets shop

Artisanal vegan cheese is the name of the game at La Taula. Available on the Food Folk Marketplace, you get a variety of exciting flavours to choose from here, including Creamy Coriander Mint Chutney, Seaweed Truffle and Sriracha. And to minimise packaging, La Taula’s offering comes packed in beautiful ceramic dishes that can be served directly to the table — these can later be returned or kept for your future use.

La Taula, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/lataulavegancheese

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Lamma Gourmet – Quality cheese on the Lamma Island

If you think that you can’t get your hands on quality cheese on the outlying islands, think again! Lamma Gourmet is where to head for all of your cheese and deli needs. Stocking a large range at affordable prices, it’s worth a trip — whether you live on the Lamma, are getting supplies for a beach picnic or just passing through!

Lamma Gourmet, 71 Yung Shue Wan Main Street, Lamma Island, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/lammagourmet 

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Best Cheese Shops Hong Kong: Monsieur Chatte

Monsieur CHATTÉ – Affordable cheese board essentials

Sheung Wan favourite Monsieur CHATTÉ offers a range of fresh produce, including cheese! Shop online or head to its store and prepare to be delighted by the wide and varied selection, all at reasonable prices. Whilst you’re there, don’t forget to stock up on your other cheese board basics like fresh bread, crackers and chutney.

Monsieur CHATTÉ, 91 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, monsieurchatte.com

Feather & Bone – A carefully curated selection of artisan cheeses

Regarded as one of the best butchers in the city, Feather & Bone also delivers on the cheese front. With outlets across the city, it’s easy to find whatever you’re looking for. Shop online and receive next-day delivery if you order before 3pm. If you need a quick fix, head to the cheese counter in-store for a fresh array of offerings.

Feather & Bone, various locations across Hong Kong, featherandbone.com.hk

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Best Cheese Shops Hong Kong: Dutch

The Dutch – A selection of cheese from Holland, specialising in Gouda

Forget pungent blues and creamy soft cheeses, at The Dutch it’s all about bringing a taste of Holland to Hong Kong. Specialising in Gouda, an array of options and flavours are on offer. From strong-aged goudas to young and smoked varieties and even ones flavoured with the likes of truffle, chilli and pesto, there’s something for everyone here.

The Dutch (Sai Kung), 19 Hoi Pong Street, Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong, thedutch.hk

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Oliver’s The Delicatessen – A selection of gourmet cheeses and deli goods

Hidden within Central’s Prince’s Building, Oliver’s is another posh grocery store that is sure to come in handy for cheese lovers. Offering a gourmet selection of deli goods, the prices can run a little high, but the fresh food counters loaded with international delights are hard to resist.

Oliver’s The Delicatessen, Shop 201-205, 2/F, Landmark Prince’s Building, 10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong, www.oliversthedeli.com.hk

Editor’s Note: “The Best Cheese Shops In Hong Kong: Where To Get Camembert, Brie & More” was most recently updated by Nicole Moraleda in December 2023. With thanks to Jess Ng and Annie Simpson for their contribution.

This article contains editorial selections and paid partnerships.

Main image courtesy of Evangelina Silina via Unsplash, image 1 courtesy of Cheese From Far, image 2 courtesy of Cheese Club, image 3 courtesy of Mercado Gourmet, image 4 courtesy of La Cremerie via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of Il Bel Paese via Instagram, image 6 courtesy of Monsieur CHATTÉ via Instagram, image 7 courtesy of The Dutch via Facebook.

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