Mid-Autumn Festival is round the corner. You know what that means… Mooncakes, lanterns and family dining. If you are too busy with work to go mooncake shopping, let Fave help you out with these incredible selections!
For Mid-Autumn Festival 2017, Fave is pulling out all the stops to give you premium quality mooncakes at affordable prices so that you have an even better reason to rejoice and celebrate with your family and loved ones.
Aside from mooncakes, there are also attractive dining deals to be had. What better time to treat your loved ones to a sumptuous meal than now? Read on to learn more about these 15 unbelievable mooncake and dining offers for Mid-Autumn Festival 2017!
This Mid-Autumn Festival 2017, indulge in TungLok Group’s new mooncake creations on top of the classics. The household brand is a well-loved name in Singapore and we are abashedly die-hard fans of all their gastronomic creations.
Newly introduced this year are the Petals Mochi Snowskin Mooncake, Sweet Hearts Mochi Snowskin Mooncake and Lava Custard & Matcha Oolong. They are beautifully shaped into hearts and flowers, and are a treat to savour.
You can also look forward to TungLok Four Seasons, which includes the traditional quad of Egg Yolk White Lotus, Egg Yolk Red Lotus and Egg Yolk Pandan Lotus with Pistachios and Mixed Nuts. This old-school set will never go out of style.
Here are some varieties of mooncakes you can expect from TungLok Group for Mid-Autumn Festival 2017.
Mid-Autumn is a widely celebrated festival among Chinese all over the world. It is a heart-warming occasion that brings family and loved ones together for a time of bonding while admiring the bright full moon and enjoying decadent mooncakes and tea.
As with every year, we want nothing but the best for this occasion—luxurious mooncakes of the highest quality that everybody enjoys.
This year, InterContinental Singapore’s award-winning restaurant Man Fu Yuan unveils a divine collection of handcrafted mooncakes featuring four new tantalising snowskin mooncakes that come in floral flavours, and a selection of six baked mooncakes handcrafted by Executive Chinese Chef Kwan Yiu Kan using time-honoured recipes.
Die-hard fans of Teochew cuisine would know that Swatow Seafood Restaurant is one of the best when it comes to traditional Teochew dishes and handmade dim sum. For the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, it only makes sense to trust Swatow to delight our taste buds with their Traditional Teochew Mooncakes.
Just like their dim sum, every piece of mooncake is handcrafted with care—kneaded and baked only upon order. Indeed, Swatow upholds the highest of standards by ensuring that all their mooncakes are baked fresh daily with no preservatives added. Besides that, their mooncakes contain less sugar which makes it a healthier snack to be shared among families, especially the old folks.
From now till 15 Sep 2017, Swatow is offering a 20% discount off their 4 and 8 pieces mooncake boxes. Now, this is an irresistible deal you must not skip. READ ON
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore’s premium mooncakes are sure to impress your family, friends and colleagues this Mid-Autumn Festival.
Expect to choose between traditional baked mooncakes and the ever popular snowskin creations which come in intriguing flavours.
Held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese calendar, the Mid-Autumn Festival – also known as Mooncake Festival – was traditionally a ritual to worship the Gods. Today, the event is widely celebrated by Chinese communities all over the world and is even a public holiday in China. It is also during this period where the moon is the brightest and roundest.
The Mid-Autumn Festival has evolved tremendously over the years; it is now a cultural norm for businesses to exchange mooncakes and these sweet treats are available in numerous colours, flavours and shapes. From the significance of the celebration to the legends behind it, here is a brief guide on What Mid-Autumn Festival Is And Where To Celebrate in Singapore.
September means Mid-Autumn Festival is round the corner.
Besides indulging in mooncakes and tea, the occasion should also be quality time with family and friends.
If you have not made any plans to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival yet, there are several events and displays all around the island. Here are 5 Events Happening In Singapore During The Mid-Autumn Festival.
While most of us are used to eating the traditional baked lotus paste mooncakes during the annual Mid-Autumn Festival, there are actually several more renditions available – some of which we bet you have never even heard of before.
They come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, colours and flavours and each originate from a different Chinese community.
Know your mooncakes and the many different types you can find. Here are 8 Types of Mooncakes for Mid-Autumn Festival.