Cooking classes are a great bonding exercise for the family as well as a time to learn important life lessons! It is no surprise that you can find a plethora of options, with Hong Kong being as diverse as it is! You can easily find a massive range of cooking and baking classes to choose from. From pastry making to cake baking, to a sumptuous savory meal, here are our Best Cooking And Baking Classes For Kids In Hong Kong!
Yum Cha took Hong Kong - and Instagram - by storm with its playful and fun makeovers of traditional dim sum. From the piggy-eared pork buns to the pineapple puffs shaped like baby chicks, you and your kids are bound to have a wonderful time with this dim sum workshop. This workshop teaches you all the tips and tricks from Yum Cha, so you can make these adorable buns at home. The best part is that after you've worked hard in the workshop, you can sit back, relax and enjoy their Afternoon Dim Sum Tea Set! Adults are HK$550, and children aged 6-12 are HK$350, available at the Central location. So get stuck in now!
Yum Cha, Shop 3-5, Level 2, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, www.yumchahk.com
This is a real unique experience for kids to try! Bakebe is a co-baking experience! You select the recipe via an app, head to their gorgeous kitchens, and get going! There are specialists on hand to help but the enture experience is all about you! If you have tween or teen kids - this one is a real hit as it's very much an Instagram experience in addition to the baking.
Bakebe-TST, Shop 170, L1, Mira Place 2, 118–130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 3165 8279, https://www.bakebe.com/hken/home-page-hk-en/
Bakebe-Causeway Bay, Shop No. 605, 6/F, Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
At Complete Deelite, kids have a variety of classes to choose from. Why not begin with Creative Cake Jam, which is great for kids who like to bake and create. They provide the decorating tools, embellishments, and expert guidance, and your little ones can decorate till their heart's content. Other classes include; Unicorn Cake Pops and Cupcake, Safari Inside Cupcakes, Ice Cream Drip Cake, Mochi & Me and Jumbo Cookie Jam.
Complete Deelite, 3/F On Lan Centre, 11-15 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3167 7022, completedeelite.com
Active Kids' Stormy Chefs program not only teaches your little ones about cooking, but also nutrition, hygiene, and etiquette. Kids are exposed to a variety of different foods and cultural dishes, and they will have fun cooking up something delicious with each star ingredient. The experience Head Chef will excite and enlighten the children to this important life lesson of cooking, which can otherwise be a foreign concept to 'city kids'.
YWCA is a hub of awesome classes. They offer one of the larger selections of cooking and baking classes for the whole family. Kids really can cook at the YWCA International Kids Club and they love it!! What’s more fun than being allowed to roll, squeeze, stir and of course eat! This ‘Kids Can Cook’ class will introduce children to new foods and flavors helping them expand their tastes while enhancing their broader skills including measuring, counting and sharing. For children from 3 -10 yrs.
YWCA, 3/F, 1 MacDonnell Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3476 1340, clle.ywca.org.hk
If you have a little Gordon Ramsay at home, BiteUnite might be the course you're looking for to help your child to reach their full potential. The workshop offers both a cooking class and a baking class, your kids will learn how to make a two-course meal in a fun yet professional way. BiteUnite is a community of professional chefs and bakers who are passionate about teaching your little ones to cook a fabulous main and dessert.
BiteUnite, G/F, 15 Lung On Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong, +852 2366 3231, Website
They offer classes for kids and adults and start with beginners to the most advanced. Artisan Bread lets them create their own personalized creations. For more traditional dishes try your hand at crunchy-topped fluffy pineapple buns, creamy egg tarts, and everyone’s favorite sausage rolls. They also offer seasonal camps for the kids, so make sure to check them out if you have the next top chef at home.
Mixing Bowl, 23/F, The Pemberton, No. 22-26, Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2524 0001, www.themixingbowlhk.com/baking_classes
This state-of-the-art kitchen in Wong Chuk Hang features three fully-equipped kitchens at the ready to teach kids and adults alike how to cook. From cheesy pizza scrolls and mixed fruit crumble to braised tofu with mushroom and vegetables and madeleines, the menu is hugely varied with a range of classes focused on various cuisines and techniques. The school also has its own bakery selling artisanal cakes and cupcakes.
Le Meridien offers amazing cooking classes for kids! Children can choose fun cooking class topics, such as gluten-free bread, pizza, seafood, tropical fruit mocktails & smoothies. Perfect for ideas you can make at home too! Head to Prompt for their fun-filled cooking class specially designed for the little ones. Classes run every Sunday and public holidays.
Le Meridian Cyberport, Cyberport 1, 100 Cyberport Rd, Hong Kong, +852 2980 7788, www.buys.hk/le-meridien
Bonart is one of our favorite venues - they offer so many cute classes. Bonart provides all cooking material tools, aprons and sets a good mood with music. They offer kids cooking classes, birthday parties, and cooking classes for adults too.
Bonart, Located on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, check the website for further details.
Learn to cook a variety of dishes from an international repertoire of culinary styles, including Japanese, Italian, Korean, Hawaiian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish, French, or Russian. Kids ages 4-7 can try their hand at Piggy Pizza, Little Frog Cake, and Smiley Cream Cheese Hotcakes. Kids classes are kept small with a maximum of eight students and baking courses designed for little ones are ideal for young keen bakers!
ABC Cooking, Locations include PMQ, Cityplaza, K11,
If your kids love yoga and adore eating, then Little Yogis is where your kids can fill two needs with one deed. Their mission is to bring yoga, mindfulness and healthy eating to children aged 1-12. The class is divided into two parts, a 40-minute yoga session combined with healthy breathing, and part two is a 20-minute cooking class that focuses on educating the young ones about eating healthy.
Little Yogis, 1606-07, One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Rd, Wong Chuk Hang, +852 2562 3688, www.littleyogishk.com
Prepare to fall in love with this kitchen built for toddlers. The Cooking@Spring program takes young children (starting at 18 months) on a sensory journey to discover new tastes, textures, and smells of different foods. Little Chefs are given plenty of opportunities to practice their language, motor, and cognitive skills through participation in food preparation and play activities.
Spring, 3/F, Centre Point, 181-185 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong, +852 3465 5000, spring-learning.com.hk/programmes/nutrition-discovery/cooking
Towngas Cooking Centre Classes offers classes for kids aged 7 and up! Definitely check out their Mastering The Art Of Baking and Macanese Heritage for something unique and different. Make sure to bring the Tupperware to take everything home. They also have Parent & Kids cooking classes this summer - Yum family style!
Towngas Cooking Centre, 9A Lee Theatre, 99 Percival Street, Causeway Bay, +852 2576 1535, www.towngascooking.com
At Kid's Cooking Hub, their aim is for your child to build confidence in their ability to cook, refine their motor skills, understand nutritional health, and most importantly, enjoy cooking! The class is guided by qualified chefs, but it isn't all just learning. Kid's Cooking Hub provides a unique culinary experience with the Story Snacks program, where the children learn to cook a recipe from a storybook. This keeps them engaged and encourages them to read more as well! The classes are divided into Savoury or Sweet, so take your pick and get started!