The Mid-Autumn Festival or Mooncake Festival falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month yearly. It is a symbol of happiness and prosperity and a time for families to reunite under the full moon. This year, the mooncake season has got off to an early start at One World Hotel and I was there to try them out, my findings got me excited.
Fans of this pastry will be delighted as a team of chef in Zuan Yuan has prepared 18 scrumptious mooncakes. For those who prefer the traditional flavours, there are ten mouth-watering choices from the Oven – Baked collection priced from RM15++ onwards.
In the Crystal Moon assortment, these lip-smacking delicacies are sugar cane free. It is specially created for the health – conscious so that they can enjoy the goodness of mooncake too. Priced from RM15++ onwards, four options are available to choose from. The Mini Moon range includes four varieties and priced from RM10++ onwards.
Making its debut this year are the Oven-Baked Mooncake with Tiramisu and Walnut, Crystal Mooncake with White Lotus paste and Single Egg Yolk, Mini Mango Mooncake with Crystal Skin, Mini Pandan Lotus Mooncake with Crystal Skin and Mini Pure White Lotus Mooncake with Crystal Skin.
The mooncakes are available in beautiful gift boxes of four or eight pieces. For orders or enquiries, please call Zuan Yuan at 603 7681 1159.
To welcome that lunch gathering beside indulging mooncakes we were showcased with wholesome nouth-watering of dim sum. I always put my trust on Master Dim Sum Chef Jordon Chin for his brilliant crafting on his dim sum. We had our taste bud challenged that moment as every dim sum was just terrific to chopstick into and every bite gets even more tasty. Below it the run-down what I had tried out. I guessed I don’t need to say much as the visual does tell the story. I enjoyed !
. . .. . Sidney Kan
Cod Fish Dumpling with Orange Skin & Pumpkin