4 Best Places to Buy Kitchenware in Hong Kong

Looking for affordable kitchenware in Hong Kong?

We all know that savvy people purchase everything online. Don’t they? It feels like the internet was designed for savvy buyers wanting to save money.

But when it comes to kitchenware, sometimes it is good to see the items in the flesh, to hold the item in your hands, and to be able to assess the weight and quality of the items correctly. Hong Kong is home to some really great stores that offer kitchenware at low prices.

This article will cover:

  • Which street in Hong Kong is known for selling kitchenware  
  • Where to find high-quality crockery at low prices
  • Which discount outlet sells foreign-brand cooking ware at crazily low prices
  • Where you can go to try and find Le Creuset items on sale


1. Shanghai Street

Head over to the Yau Ma Tei portion of Shanghai Street, and you will find yourself surrounded by rows upon rows of retail and wholesale suppliers selling an array of kitchenware.

The prices of these shops are arguably some of the lowest you can find in the city. From cutting boards to pots and pans, there is a large selection of everyday utensils for you to choose from.

You can even expect to find the products of well-known brands, selling for a lot cheaper than you would expect to pay elsewhere.

Shanghai Street is also well-known for selling elegant dinnerware at low prices.

For example, a large serving plate with beautiful detailing on it can go for as cheap as $28; you can also find plenty of dinnerware pieces that will only cost you $5 or $10 apiece.

Aside from your everyday cookware and dinnerware, there are specialized shops you can check out as well. If you are a baker, there are lots of baking equipment suitable for your needs.

If you want to make homemade dim sum, you can find bamboo baskets for sale. Give Shanghai Steet a visit; you will not be disappointed.

Shanghai Street, MTR Yau Ma Tei Station Exit B2


2. King Tak Hong Porcelain Co

King Tak Hong is known for selling an extensive range of kitchenware, particularly porcelain plates.


King Tak Hong has been around since 1954 and is still thriving to this day. Having been around for over six decades, they are very well known for offering high-quality products.

The durability of their products means they are frequently used at restaurants and hotels.

At King Tak Hong, you can expect to find an extensive collection of Chinese, Japanese, and Western products at affordable prices. Their products are available for both retail and wholesale.

As their name suggests, they specialize in porcelain.

However, you can find many other items apart from ceramics, including cookware, glassware, tableware (including Chinese, Japanese, and Western cutlery), melamine, plasticware, rattan, and bamboo.

Aside from kitchenware, they even sell houseware for your everyday needs. With a wide variety of choices and such affordable prices, you should head on over and give it a visit.

King Tak Hong, G/F, 126-128 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong


3. Meyer Outlet

Meyer sells high-quality pots, pans, kettles, and even kitchen-blenders.


Meyer has more than 15 stores across Hong Kong selling foreign-brand cooking ware. At Meyer, you can expect to find high-quality items from countries such as Italy and the US.

But instead of going to one of their regular stores, try going to their outlet store in Kwun Tong. At the outlet store, you will be able to get your hands on cookware at very low prices.

This outlet frequently has insane sales— sometimes they have sales where all products at the venue are 80% off. Is that not the biggest steal?

Looking for high-quality pots, pans, kettles, and even kitchen-blenders? They have it all!

Although some stock may have superficial cosmetic defects that are not covered by warranty, don’t expect these superficial defects to affect the actual quality of your product.

With such a diverse catalog of products to choose from and so many bargain prices, you may very well find yourself stocking your entire kitchen here.

Meyer, 382 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon or Ngau Tau Kok MTR station, exit B5


4. Sogo Department Store

Sogo sells acclaimed kitchenware brands such as Staub and Le Creuset.


Cookware at department stores is known to be expensive, especially when department stores tend to carry a lot of foreign brands. However, Sogo is known to have huge sales multiple times a year.

During these sales, you can expect to find acclaimed brands such as Staub or Le Creuset selling for discounts of 50% off or more.

Stop by Sogo when during sale-time and see what is available; these types of products are ones that will last you a lifetime.

If you love cooking and love kitchenware, it is for sure worth investing in quality brands such as

Sogo Department Store, 555 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong



We are committed to helping you lower your household spending without requiring you to compromise on quality. We hope you now know how to get your hands on quality kitchenware in Hong Kong at lower prices.

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