Celebrating mid-autumn festival, Paradise Group presents a range of mooncakes contained in exquisite and sturdy cases that can be reused for storage or as jewellery boxes.
Indulge in the elegant gold-dusted Signature Petite Black and White Truffles Snow Skin mooncake flavours that are well balanced with white and dark chocolate, or stick to traditions with four varieties of baked mooncakes.
White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk ($35 for 2-piece box or $64 for 4 pieces)
Purchase online at www.paradisegp.com from 24 August to 23 September, or at the following outlets:
Taste Paradise – ION Orchard #04-07
Paradise Pavilion – Marina Bay Financial Centre #02-01
Seafood Paradise Defu Lane – 91 Defu Lane 10, #01-01
Canton Paradise 112 – I12 Katong Mall, #B1-15
Canton Paradise AMK Hub – AMK Hub, #B2-01
Canton Paradise Alexandra Retail Centre – ARC, #02-30
Canton Paradise Bedok Mall – Bedok Mall, #B2-10
Canton Paradise Compass Point – Compass Point, #03-19
Canton Paradise Star Vista – The Star Vista, #B1-45
Paradise Dynasty Causeway Point – Causeway Point, #05-16
Paradise Dynasty Vivo City – Vivo City, #03-08A
Paradise Dynasty Westgate – Westgate, #02-13
Paradise Inn The Seletar Mall – The Seletar Mall, #03-10
Paradise Inn City Square Mall – City Square Mall, #B1-01
To all Hello Kitty fans, this Mid-Autumn Festival, BreadTalk’s Hello Kitty mooncake packaging is a must-have to add to your Hello Kitty collection!
Hello Kitty Mooncake Set ($59.80 for 6-piece box)
The durable case, fitted with a mirror, can be used as a makeup kit after you’ve enjoyed the mooncakes. The set is also accompanied by stylish metal cutlery.
A box of 6 comes with 3 flavours of mini traditional mooncakes of Lotus with Macadamia, Lotus with Cranberries and Lotus with Yolk Blend, embossed with Hello Kitty motifs.
BreadTalk’s range of mooncakes is available at all outlets island-wide from 10 August to 27 September 2015.
For the list of outlets, visit http://breadtalk.com.sg/
Mooncakes from Yan Ting of St Regis Singapore arrive in style, housed in an artful Chinoiserie-inspired box coloured in elegant shades of turquoise and gold. The packaging can be beautifully transformed into a lantern that one can proudly parade the gardens with on that special evening of Mid-Autumn Festival coupled with tasty treats and Chinese tea.
Mooncakes at Yan Ting are meticulously crafted to meet high demands and expectations of fastidious consumers. Expect premium quality from ingredients like Mao Shan Wang durian, alcohol-spiked chocolate truffle, macadamia, Yunnan ham, black sesame paste, wolfberries, red dates, and chestnut. Continue reading
Food that never fails to bring immense comfort and pleasure is food from the heart and for the soul. Come Mid-Autumn Festival, PUTIEN touches hearts with mooncakes that fit seamlessly in that category of food, made with love and dedication.
PUTIEN decides to hand over the important role of taking charge of mooncakes to the longest serving stalwart, Madam Leng Ah Eng, a motherly figure well loved by her colleagues. She has entranced both colleagues and patrons with her homemade mooncakes for the past decade. Continue reading
Macarons are many girls’ (and even guys’) ultimate weakness. Showering someone with lots of macarons is akin to showering that person with love. I would relate buying macarons for yourself on any given occasion to buying a rose for yourself on Valentine’s Day. (Well, sadly I’m always buying macarons for myself to satisfy that craving.) Last Christmas, I received my first box of macarons (he got it from Antoinette!) and was instantly entranced, and felt loved and pampered. Receiving macarons to me is way better than receiving a diamond ring or a luxury purse. Not all macarons can charm the way Antoinette’s do though.
Already known for its great finesse in French pastries, Antoinette’s artisanal mooncakes further showcases the fine craftsmanship of French patisserie. Award-winning Chef Pang Kok Keong of Antoinette brings an array of mooncakes from the traditionally baked mooncakes to the mini snow skin mooncakes in tempting flavours (like Pandan Kaya with Roasted Macadamia Nuts, Seaweed with Southern Almond, Osmanthus Marble with Goji Berry and more), to the avant-garde mooncake that combines the classic French pastry with time honoured Chinese tradition. Let’s give it up for the Macaron Lunar. Continue reading
Priding itself as ‘Singapore’s No. 1 Durian Cake Maker’, the quality of durian at Emicakes has better jolly well be good. And it is. This Mid-Autumn Festival, the Mao Shan Wang and D24 durian flavoured mooncakes steal the show. Continue reading
It feels like I’ve struck gold with the varieties of East Ocean Teochew Restaurant’s mooncakes I had, namely the Crispy Yam Mooncake with Whole Egg Yolk and the Mini White Lotus Paste Mooncake with Egg Yolk. Always the case, the epicentre of that coveted salted egg yolk instantly elevates the mooncake.
Mini White Lotus Paste Mooncake with Egg Yolk ($42 for 9 pcs) Continue reading
BreadTalk, one of Singapore’s most popular bakeries, brings forth a range of expertly baked and delectable snowskin mooncakes this Mid-Autumn Festival. Continue reading
I always look forward to Carlton Hotel Singapore’s mooncakes each year as Mid-Autumn Festival approaches. Their signature Mini Walnut Moontart never fails to please –it is no surprise that it’s a bestseller and remains so. Continue reading
Lunar New Year is not the only occasion for family reunions. The Fullerton Hotel Singapore has specially designed a 6-course Mid-Autumn Dinner Feast ($88 per person) that encompasses thoughtful elements inspired by Chinese folklores and traditions. (Let’s talk about mooncakes later…)
Shredded Chicken with Preserved Fruit in Honey Mustard Dressing
Kicking off the meal is the appetising starter – the Trio of Mid-Autumn Combination – that includes petite portions of Steamed Sea Prawn Roll with Capsicum and Mushroom, Shredded Chicken with Preserved Fruit in Honey Mustard Dressing, and Tea-smoked Bean Curd Carrot Roll. Continue reading
I am not going to rave about something that tastes bad just because it comes in the shape of Hello Kitty, just because I’m a fan of Hello Kitty (don’t judge). Thankfully the Hello Kitty mooncakes from The Icing Room did not need to use the Hello Kitty logo as its saving grace at all, because the mooncakes are decently done and would not incur strong rejections.
The Hello Kitty mooncakes come in two flavours: White Lotus with Cranberries and White Lotus with Macadamia Nuts. I prefer the former for its sweet fruity bits with pastry and lotus paste reminds me of the well-married “raisin in bread” combination. Continue reading
Recognised as one of the best Cantonese restaurants in Singapore, Hua Ting Restaurant of Orchard Hotel presents an array of mooncakes in celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival, with three new additions this year. Continue reading
Traditionalists are bound to give the mooncakes at Sheraton Towers Singapore their stamps of approval. Bending conventional rules this year, Chef Chung Yiu Ming and his culinary team from Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant have subtly incorporated modern touches to the mooncakes without having lost the traditional appeal. Continue reading
The art of baking mooncakes –each hotel has its own specialty and strong suit that sets it apart from the rest. For Man Fu Yuan of InterContinental Singapore, the baked Shanghai Mooncake is what they excel in.
Shanghai Mooncake with Single Yolk ($57+ for 4 pcs, $31+ for 2 pcs)
Making an impactful debut, the Shanghai Mooncake with Single Yolk wins hearts with its buttery crust that’s notably fragrant and crumbly to the right extend. Because of its size, the perfect ratio of salted egg yolk to lotus seed paste to crust is achieved. This creation by Man Fu Yuan’s acclaimed Dim Sum Chef Simon Poon is a must-try this year. Continue reading
Mid-Autumn Festival means differently to each of us. To some, it means spending quality time with loved ones, enjoying one another’s company while nibbling on mooncakes, sipping on tea, admiring the full moon and watching the kids parading the streets with colourful lanterns.
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore‘s Jiang-Nan Chun’s selection of mooncakes appeals to those who seek sophistication and finesse this Mid-Autumn Festival. Boasting a luxury appeal, the assortment of traditional baked and snowskin mooncakes involve a harmonious play on savoury and sweet notes. Continue reading