This Mid-Autumn Festival, Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant at the Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium showcases Chef Cheung Kin Nam’s creativity and adept culinary skill. A master of dim sum and pastries, Chef Cheung displays his capabilities in a range of mooncakes. What really impresses is his signature creation Xin’s Special Mini Custard Mooncake, which has been a huge success over the past years.
Worth trying are the fruit-incorporated snowskin mooncakes, such as the Soursop and Chocolate Crunch Snowskin Mooncake and the tangy Passionfruit Paste Snowskin Mooncake.
Xin’s Peranakan Durian Mini Snowskin Mooncake ($50 for a box of 6) is a personal favourite –a purplish blue gem naturally coloured with the Blue Pea flower, encasing smooth and rich durian filling. I helped myself with several portions of that!
Alcoholics will immediately be drawn to the Champagne and Pandan Lotus Paste Snowskin Mooncake ($50 for a box of 6).
Teochew Yam Paste with Single Egg Yolk ($52 for a box of 4)
The Teochew Yam Paste with Single Egg Yolk is a safe choice that’s bound to please. Those who find mooncakes filled with lotus seed paste too cloying will enjoy this endlessly.
Single Yolk Low Sugar White Lotus Seed Paste ($52 for a box of 4)
Assorted Nuts with Cordyceps Flower Mooncake ($56 for a box of 4)
Xin Cuisine adds a healthy element into mooncakes; the cordyceps flower is known for its anti-aging properties and several health benefits.
The mooncake packaging designed to resemble a handbag is looking really chic! The ladies would be so pleased with it.
For orders or enquiries, call or email . Order online at their e-store at bit.ly/XinMooncake to enjoy discounts!
Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant
, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
317 Outram Road Singapore 169075