There are generally two types of Chinese bakeries: Hong Kong styled bakeries and Taiwan styled bakeries. The baked goods in these two types of bakeries differ although they may sell some of the same goods. For instance, the Bread Cake was developed in Taiwan styled bakeries while the Cocktail bun is a Hong Kong style product. Hong Kong, in particular drew its western influence from the pre-1997 British colonial and European style . Another type is Chinese style bakeries which can be found in Malaysian cities with large Chinese populations, such as Penang, Ipoh and Malacca and offer certain innovations that cannot be found in China itself.
* Almond Biscuit: A golden, delicate cookie with a light almond taste.
* Banana roll
* Beef Bun
* Cha Siu Baau: This bun can be steamed or baked and is filled with and onions.
* : These are sweet and filled with shredded coconut.
* Cream Bun
* Curry Beef Triangle
* : This is a delicate pastry tart with a lightly sweet golden egg custard filling.
* Lotus seed bun
* Marry girl cake
* Mooncake: The traditional variations are heavy lotus seed paste filled pastry, sometimes with 1-2 egg yolks in its centre. Modern variations have altered both the pastry crust and filling for more variety. These are served at the Mid-Autumn Festival.
* Nuo Mi Zi: A sweet glutinous rice dumpling with different fillings such as red bean paste, black sesame paste, and peanuts.
* Paper Wrapped Cake: Spongy and light, these are plain chiffon cakes wrapped in paper.
* : This bun does not contain pineapples, but derived its name from the 'pineapple-like' appearance of the top which is a tender crispy, sweet, golden crust.
* : Like a pineapple bun, except with fillings such as custard and red bean paste.
* Sausage Bun
* White Sugar Sponge Cake
* : A round flaky pastry with a translucent white winter melon paste centre.
* Zin Dou
* Bubble Tea : Large tapioca pearls are served in tea with milk.
* : black tea sweetened with sweet evaporated milk.
* Coffee: usually served with light cream.
* : a blend of tea and coffee, popular in Hong Kong.