The Mid-Autumn Festival or Mooncake Festival which falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month is one of the most important festivals observed by Chinese all over the world. This year, the Mid Autumn Festival falls on 19 September 2013.
Celebrate this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival with a stellar ensemble of traditional oven-baked and snow skin mooncakes packed with delightful flavours and fillings from Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant; prepared by Chinese Dim Sum Chef Jordan Chin.
Perennial flavours for oven-baked mooncakes which is Zuan Yuan’s best sellers include the white lotus paste with single or double egg yolk and supreme mixed nuts. New flavour introduced is the single egg yolk white lotus with black sesame paste as well as the tiramisu with mung bean paste.
For the snow skin mooncakes, there are two sizes available – regular and mini ones. Handmade daily by our chefs, do try the mini durian lotus paste mooncake, mini yam lotus paste mooncake or the mini multi grain lotus paste.
New flavours for the regular size snow skin mooncakes include the seaweed lotus paste with single egg yolk and salted white lotus paste with single egg yolk.
The mooncakes are available in beautiful gift boxes of four or eight pieces from 15 July to 19 September 2013.