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Mooncakes To Pre-Order For Mid-Autumn Festival 2019

Mooncakes To Pre-Order For Mid-Autumn Festival 2019
By Julian Kim, Thurein Tun Oo & Pichaya Petrachaianan
July 26, 2019
A comprehensive list of the traditional treat from 12 leading hotels, each with their own twist

1/12La Pâtisserie, The Okura Prestige Bangkok

The Mid-Autumn or Moon Festival is the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. It's a time when families come together to celebrate under the full moon, gifting each other mooncakes. For one of the more prestigious makers of mooncakes this season, look no further than The Okura Prestige Bangkok. La Pâtisserie at The Okura Prestige encourages you to enjoy their traditional offerings like their Jujube Single Yolk with a refreshing cup of tea. 

Open for order from August 1 to September 13. Visit okurabangkok.com, or call 02-687-9000. 

2/12Mei Jiang, The Peninsula Bangkok

The Peninsula Bangkok returns with their Hong Kong styled Egg Custard Mooncakes, made from their Mei Jiang restaurant. With a focus on sustainability this year, the mooncakes are enriched with organic ingredients and can be paired with tea from Chiang Mai. For those looking for something extra special, seek out limited edition gift sets designed by Thai artist Pichaya O, a fearless innovator who incorporates elements of augmented reality into her beautifully hand-drawn art. All proceeds from the sales of Pichaya O's gift sets will go towards creating scholarships for underprivileged students of the arts. 

Open for order from now until September 13. Visit bangkokmooncake.peninsula.com, or call 02-020-2888. 

3/12Erawan Bakery & Tea Room, Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel

If you’re looking for a blend of traditional and contemporary, the Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel offers a variety of flavours that'll satisfy all your mooncake needs. The Durian with Egg gives the Chinese classic a Thai touch while the Chocolate Macadamia is the perfect gift to those with a more modern palette. Purchase them either individually or in Erawan’s round or rectangular boxes.

Open for order from August 1 to September 13. Email restaurants.bangh@hyatt.com, or call 02-254-6250.

4/12Fei Ya, Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel

The Renaissance Bangkok's mooncakes always strike that perfect balance between flavour and presentation. Offering the simple, like the Black Sesame mooncake, and the sublime, like the Egg Yolk Lotus Seed, the Renaissance places them all in beautifully ornate Imperial Red or Prestigious Gold leather box.

Open for order from now until August 16. Visit renaissancebangkok.com, or call 02-125-5030.

5/12The Lounge, The St. Regis Bangkok

The St Regis Bangkok has accomplished the art of mooncake presentation for this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival. Inspired by the 2019 Pantone colour, this vibrant Living Coral box holds contents just as exciting, one of which could be the St Regis' Thai Cream Durian flavoured mooncake. And, in the spirit of sustainability, when the festival ends, the beautiful box can be used as an elegant picture frame.

Open for order from now until September 13. Visit stregisbangkok.com, or call 02-207-7777.

6/12W Bangkok

W Bangkok takes an out-of-this-world theme with this year’s mooncake festival. Try their exclusive Green Garden flavour made from an exclusive TWG tea blend or the Banoffee flavour, a clever combination of banana and toffee. You can opt for the orthodox Chinese-style crust, or try their mochi option for a taste of Japan. All packaged in a wonderfully experimental and eyecatching holographic box that is inspired by the brilliant full moon, these mooncake sets are the perfect gift for a contemporary soul. 

Open for order August 1 onwards. Visit wbangkokhotel.com, or call 02-344-4000.

7/12Lin-Fa, The Sukosol

Already recognised as one of the finest Chinese restaurants in Bangkok, Lin-Fa invites you to join them in celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival with their endless supply of delightful mooncakes, including Chinese date and durian with egg variations. Enjoy their mooncakes in-house or take one of their boxsets home to gift.

Open for order from August 1 to September 30. Visit thesukosol.com, or call 02-247-0123.

8/12Shang Palace, Shangri-La Hotel

The Shangri-La hotel creates a wonderfully imaginative mooncake collection. Carefully prepared by Shang Palace’s master chef, the mooncakes are delicately packaged inside red boxes depicting silver and gold Siamese fighting fishes—symbols of prosperity, dignity and grace. 

Open for order from August 1 to September 16. Visit shangbkkmooncake.com or call 02-206-8605.

 

9/12Summer Palace, InterContinental Bangkok

It's hard to go wrong with Summer Palace's mooncakes. Known for using traditional ingredients such as lotus seed and red date, the InterContinental Bangkok's Chinese restaurant has come up with the pandan black sesame with egg yolk as a new signature just for this year's Moon Festival. Completing the festive feel, eight mooncakes are packed into a box beautifully decorated with peony blossom and phoenix motifs. 

Open for order from now to September 13. Visit bangkok.intercontinental.com, or call 02-656-0444. 

10/12Man Ho, JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok

Carry this ornate tiffin carrier to any gatherings and win anybody's heart. This Mid-Autumn Festival, the JW Marriott wants to highlight the moments shared while enjoying the rich taste of mooncakes. Concealed in a beautiful presentation box are flavours such as the traditional durian with egg yolk, jujube with egg yolk, red bean with Chinese goji berry and lotus seed with egg yolk. 

Open to order from now till the end of October. Visit marriot.com, or call 02-656-7700.

11/12Yao, Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse

Situated on the 32nd floor of Bangkok Marriot Hotel The Surawongse, this season, Yao Restaurant is making mooncakes that represent a blend of conventional Thai and classical Chinese style. These treats will surely strengthen the bond between friends and family during the cultural season.  

Open to order from August 1 to September 13. Visit Bangkok Marriot Surawongse, or call 02-088-5666. 

12/12Mocha & Muffins, Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel

Another enticing option is Anantara Siam Bangkok's array of Mid-autumn festival classics. Infusing Thainess into the pastry is the hotel's logo which symbolises "nam jai" or generosity. Beautifully packaged in burgundy casings embossed with golden fish motifs or in premium velvet boxes, these mooncakes will make the perfect gift for your family and friends.

Open to order from August 8 to September 13, visit siam-bangkok.anantara.com or call 02-126-8866.  

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