Chinese Executive Chef Cheung Siu Kong (张肇刚) and his culinary team at the Summer Pavilion (夏苑), The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore will be presenting a selection of artisan snowskin mooncakes with a contemporary take this Mid-Autumn Festival 2015! Alongside a delicious range of traditional baked mooncakes, some new flavours will be showcased this year:
- Red Date Ginger Tea with Longan
- Assorted Mini Snowskin Martini
The Assorted Mini Snowskin Martini Mooncakes draws inspiration of Summer Pavilion's signature snowskin lycheetini mooncake and it comprises of three other exciting flavours - appletini, berrytini and coffeetini.
The signature Lycheetini is a mix of lychee liquor infused with real lychee bits while the Appletini is derived from green apple liqueur. For a taste of summer, try the Berrytini which is a delicious blend of raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and blueberries with a dash of vodka. Finally, for the caffeine-addicts, the Coffeetini is infused with dark coffee liqueur for that perfect finish.
If like me, you prefer the traditional baked mooncakes, there are a number of classic flavours that you can choose from. The newly added Red Date Ginger Tea with Longan combines the wholesomeness of two popular Chinese tea flavours. Red dates and ginger slices are mixed with white lotus paste and real longan pieces to derive its full-bodied and textured taste. Other perennial favourites such as the White Lotus Seed with Double Yolk and Mini Snowskin Green Tea are also available. Elegantly presented in an exquisite box with double drawers, Summer Pavilion’s mooncakes make the perfect gift for business associates, loved ones, or simply for personal indulgence.
Purchase online at rcmilleniapresents.com.sg from now until 27 September 2015, or at various retail locations islandwide.
Be rewarded with a 25 per cent early bird privilege when you purchase online before 23 August 2015 or a 20 per cent early bird privilege for purchases from 24 August to 12 September 2015. Customised gift box branding is available and complimentary with a minimum purchase of 100 boxes.
Li Bai is amongst some of the most established Chinese restaurants in Singapore. Located within the Sheraton Towers Singapore, Li Bai offers authentic Cantonese cuisine and it uses only the freshest ingredients. This Mid-Autumn Festival (2015), indulge in some of award-winning Chef Chung Yiu Ming's creations between now and 27 September 2015.
The Carlton Hotel Singapore brings to you a collection of meticulously-crafted mooncakes in baked (for the more traditional at heart) and snowskin (for the younger at heart) varieties this Mid-Autumn. The mooncake selection will be available for purchase between 29 August to 27 September 2015. Save up to 25% with the right credit card!
Indulge in the beautiful mooncake creations at Yan Ting (The St. Regis Singapore) this year with a combination of new and old. This Mid-Autumn Festival (2015), Yan Ting presents a medley of fresh flavours like the cranberry with salted egg yolk, lychee martini and the citrusy lemon.
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant (Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel) will be paying homage to the traditions of the Mid-Autumn Festival 2015 this year with twelve exquisite, low-sugar mooncake creations. Fusion flavours (alongside all the other carefully created mooncakes) like the gold-dusted Black Truffle, Roasted Chestnut, Waxed Duck and Single Yolk with White Lotus Seed Paste will be available from 21 August 2015 to 27 September 2015. The mooncakes at Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant are all beautifully encased in an auspicious and elegant red treasure chest hot-stamped with gold peonies that symbolise riches, prosperity and romance.
Celebrate this Mid-Autumn Festival with a delicious selection of mooncakes from Sofitel So Bangkok. If you have plans to go down to Bangkok, it may be a great idea to check out the luxurious property for some mooncakes (since they are much more affordable too!).
Chinese Executive Chef Cheung Siu Kong (张肇刚) and his culinary team at the Summer Pavilion (夏苑), The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore will be presenting a selection of artisan snowskin mooncakes with a contemporary take this Mid-Autumn Festival 2015! Alongside a delicious range of traditional baked mooncakes, some new flavours will be showcased this year.
Cherry Garden in Mandarin Oriental, Singapore brings an ethereal treasure trove of exquisite mooncakes from 19 August 2015 to 27 September 2015 this year. Apart from introducing the Chef's Signature Pecan Maple Praline Mooncake this year, Cherry Garden will also feature a range of baked classics like the traditional mooncake with low sugar silver lotus paste and double yolk, single yolk and macadamia nuts.
Hai Tien Lo at the Pan Pacific Singapore has one of the best value dim sum buffet lunches in Singapore - check out my weekend dim sum buffet experience here! This year, in celebration of the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival 2015, Master Chef Lai Tong Ping (黎东平) of Hai Tien Lo (海天楼) has created seven classic mooncakes to commemorate this Chinese festival steeped in history and culture. These signature favourites will be available for purchase between now and 27 September 2015.
Delicious mooncakes are synonymous with the yearly Mid-Autumn Festival and the InterContinental Singapore delights us with a variety of flavours and texture this year with the creations from Man Fu Yuan. In conjunction with the InterContinental Singapore's 20th Year celebrations, the special commemorative box (which comes with every 4 pieces of mooncakes) which features the multifaceted Bugis is designed specifically by the director and designer of The Fingersmith Letterpress, Jacqueline Goh.