6 Stores to Buy Italian Groceries Hong Kong

by SavvyinHK
October 01, 2020

Want to know where to buy delicious yet affordable Italian food in Hong Kong so that you can make delicious home-cooked Italian meals? 

We all love a good home-cooked pasta, but if you’re looking to make an authentic Italian meal, you’ll need to know where to buy Italian groceries in Hong Kong.

We have rounded up a list of shops in town that sell the best Italian ingredients and groceries so that you can whip up a delicious, authentic Italian meal— all in your own kitchen. 

Whether you’re planning to cook a comforting meal for an intimate night in, or if you’re planning to treat yourself by cooking a high-quality gourmet meal, we guarantee that your meal will taste spectacular with these fresh, top-notch ingredients.

Here are some places where you can get your hands on delicious yet affordable Italian food in Hong Kong. 

 

1. Il Bel Paese 

Il Bel Paese is a fabulous store selling yummy Italian groceries in Hong Kong.

Photo courtesy of Il Bel Paese on Facebook.

Photo courtesy of Il Bel Paese on Facebook.

While Il Bel Paese provides in-house dining across their multiple locations in Hong Kong, they are also known as Hong Kong’s largest Italian delis.

Offering a selection of Italian groceries and delicacies, their online store sells products ranging from packaged non-perishables to an array of cold cuts and cheeses flown in by air.

Having trouble finding good biscuits in town? Ill Bel Paese brings in the popular Mulino Bianco cookies so that you’ll get your Italian cookie fix right here in Hong Kong. 

Locations: 

  • 299 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong (Flagship Store) 
  • 18A Yik Yam Street, Happy Valley, Hong Kong 
  • 68 Bonham Road, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong 
  • 85 Caine Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong 
  • Shop HOK66, Level 1, MTR Hong Kong Station, Central, Hong Kong

 

2. Mercato Gourmet by Giando 

Mercato Gourmet by Giando sells fresh Italian produce in Hong Kong.

Photo courtesy of Mercato Gourmet by Giando on Facebook.

 

 

With the flagship store located in Wanchai, Mercato Gourmet by Giando is a popular Italian gourmet marketplace, deli, and supermarket that sources its products from small family farms and producers in Italy. 

Mercato Gourmet was born out of their guests’ love of the quality ingredients used at their restaurants. Now Chef Gianni can share his knowledge and passion for the importance of authentic ingredients.

From fresh products such as fresh pasta, ham, and even award-winning cheese from Southern Italy, store-made products such as Mercato Gourmet’s very own tomato sauce, parma ham ragu sauce, and pizza dough, the goods are flown directly to Hong Kong by air.

Offering both local delivery services and in-store pick-up, here’s to a great home-cooked dinner tonight!

Locations: 

  • G/F Fleet Arcade, Fenwick Pier, 1 Lung King Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong (Flagship Store) 
  • 53 Caine Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong 
  • 23 Sing Wood Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong 
  • Shop 1210-1211, Horizon Plaza, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong (Member’s Outlet) 

 

3. Buonissimo 

Buonissimo sells fresh and delicious Italian produce in Hong Kong.

Photo courtesy of Buonissimo Facebook.

Buoni, meaning “delicious” and “very good” in Italian, delivers fresh Italian and Mediterranean food straight to your doorstep. In both Hong Kong and Macau, their ingredients are flown in from Italy twice a week to ensure the utmost quality. 

We love their selection of cheese, wine, and fresh veggies, including the famous Amalfi lemon. This larger lemon type is traditionally used to make the famous lemon-flavored liqueur, Pallini Limoncello. 

Need another reason to shop at Buonissimo? First purchases over $700 will receive $50 off the order total. Yes, please!

 

 4. Castello del Vino

If you're lin Hong Kong and looking for Italian wine, check out Castello del Vino.

Photo courtesy of Castello del Vino on Facebook.

Since 1996, Castello del Vino specializes in selling internationally recognized Italian wines sourced from both boutique vineyards and world-renowned producers.

To ensure freshness and authenticity, these wines are directly imported from the Italian vineyards

Need to wind down after a long day? Castello del Vino carries over 500 different wines in total.

With a selection of wines from New Zealand, Western Australia, England, Chile, and Argentina, you’ll be spoilt for choice. 

 

5. The Italian Club 

We love dining at The Italian Club, and their Italian grocery section makes them even more appealing. Whether you’re looking for popular sausage mince, fresh local vegetables, or Italian dairy products, The Italian Club’s got your back. 

The Italian Club is renowned for its great service, and deliveries are speedy quick, often only taking 2 hours to deliver straight to your door.

Pick-up and delivery options are available. Orders over $188 will receive free delivery to Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and New Territories.

Locations:

  • 32 Elgin Street, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong 
  • 19 Hak Po Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong 

 

6. Stable Trading Limited 

Italian groceries Hong Kong

Stable Trading Limited is the place to go for delicious Italian groceries at great pricing.

Since its establishment in 1995, Stable Trading Limited has been helping the people of Hong Kong get a supply of fresh Italian vegetables, fruits, seafood, meats, cheeses, and dried goods.

Besides food, they also sell accessories such as the mandolin or the truffle slicer— did anyone say truffle pasta?

Address: Unit A, 18/F, Sun Ying Industrial Centre, No. 9 Tin Wan Close, Tin Wan, Aberdeen, Hong Kong 

 

FAQs

What is the best Italian produce to have in my kitchen?

Italian cuisine is known around the world for being delicious. One of the reasons for the popularity of Italian food is the quality of ingredients used.
The top seven Italian products you should have in your kitchen to help you make tasty food is:

Olive oil
Fresh herbs
Canned Tomato
Pasta
Vinegar
Dried porcini
Parmesan cheese

And of course, no kitchen is complete without some Italian wine. Montepulciano, Sangiovese? Yes, please.

 

Finally

In Hong Kong, you can find a huge amount of food from all over the world. We hope this article makes it easier for you to get your hands on fresh, delicious Italian groceries in Hong Kong at affordable prices.

If we have missed good tips on buying Italian groceries in Hong Kong, please let us know in the comments section below.

Here at SavvyinHK, we are focused on finding items that offer both quality and value-for-money. We cover a huge range of household items, including top picks for buying:

If you’re interested in finding out about our recommendations for buying other types of groceries in Hong Kong, check out Hong Kong Grocery Guide: Best quality & prices.

 

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