IOI Resort City
62502 Sepang Utara, Malaysia
Tel : 603-8949 8888
FB : Marriott Putrajaya
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun
Thanks for the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Summer Palace Restaurant at Putrajaya Marriott Hotel for their mooncakes sampling in conjunction with the Mid-autumn Festival celebration.
Traditionally, the mooncake is round in shape, a symbol of unity, with a thin pastry layer and a rich filling made from lotus seed paste or red bean paste with an egg yolk in the centre. In recent years, the variety flavors of mooncakes and shapes have become more prominent, with exciting flavors such as green tea proving to be a popular choice.
Chef Chan Wooi Leong offers an assortment of delightful mooncakes with a choice of 2 customized boxes that compliments the mooncakes making it perfect for the avid box collector.
Born in Ipoh, Chef Chan had his basics in mooncake making with guidance from his mother who was known for making delicious mooncakes. What’s not perfect by learning the traditional way of mooncake making from a mother’s touch. Experienced for the past 15 years in making mooncakes and signature dim sum, Chef Chan passionately caters to all sorts of special requests including in the demonstration of mooncake making.
Mooncakes Festival (RM23 nett per piece)
* Crystal Durian Paste with Single Yolk
* Crystal Green Tea Paste with Single Yolk
* Baked Mooncake with Lotus Paste & Single Yolk
* Baked Mooncake with Red Bean Paste & Single Yolk
* Shanghai Mooncake with Single Yolk & Duo Paste of Jade Pandan & Supreme White Lotus
Presented in a beautiful gift box, perfect for you to grab a good selection at the Summer Palace Restaurant as gifts for friends, family and as for corporate. Regular Box of 4 are available at RM92 nett, VIP Box of 4 priced at RM128 nett (inclusive of an attractive Chinese tea set), and Individual Mooncakes are available at RM23 nett each.
For more information, please contact 603-8949 8888 ext 1332, or visit www.summerpalacerestaurant.com.my.
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