Whether you're wanting to fill your own pantry or gift them for Mid-Autumn Festival, here's where to buy mooncakes in Hong Kong in 2019
From Hungry Ghost Festival to Chinese New Year, it feels like we’re constantly celebrating in Hong Kong, and as Mid-Autumn Festival rolls around again, you may be wondering where to buy mooncakes in Hong Kong. In 2019, some of the best hotels in Hong Kong, along with selected restaurants have created a range of tasty treats featuring classic and modern flavours to suit everyone. We love them all to the moon(cake) and back.
‘Blessing’ and ‘reunion’ are the two themes behind this year’s selection of mooncakes at L’Hotel Group. Sample mini varieties in egg custard and red bean paste with mandarin flavours, all packaged inside a wonderfully elegant gift box. If you’re looking for full-sized versions, then try the white lotus seed paste version that comes with two egg yolks. Want to wow someone with a little something extra? Opt for one of their hampers that include mooncakes, champagnes, teas and more. They’ll even customise the boxes to include your corporate logo!
Yat Tung Heen
Indulge in sustainable mooncakes crafted by the team behind One Michelin-starred restaurant Yat Tung Heen at Eaton HK. Presented in a limited edition wooden jewellery box that fastens with a Chinese clasp, these will wow the pants off guests and recipients. Inside, choose from classic white lotus seed with egg yolk or the indulgent mini custard with egg yolk flavours.
You can order your mooncakes from Yat Tung Heen here
If you’re looking to buy exquisite mooncakes this year, then look no further than Langham Hotels. Offering the classic custard variety, they also have a custard mooncake with egg and kumquat; red bean paste with mandarin peel and a white lotus option. Not sure which one to get? Go for the mooncake assortment, packaged in a signature Langham Hotels giftbox.
Shop Langham Hotels mooncakes here
It's almost Mid-Autumn Festival, so we went to learn how they make mooncakes at Duddell's 都爹利會館 in Hong Kong. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2w1sqxz.#hongkong #mooncake #restaurant #duddells #midautumnfestival
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Duddell’s always comes to the party with their mooncake offering that couples the great classic taste of handcrafted mooncakes with packaging designed by a celebrated artist. This year, you can opt to house your sweet treats in a limited edition holographic lantern by Chong Ip Hong (such a great gift for Mid-Autumn Festival!) that celebrates the traditional art of paper cutting or in a unique box designed by Marcel Dzama featuring whimsical characters that celebrate the moon.
Order mooncakes from Duddell’s and receive various early-bird discounts
Ying Jee Club
Indulge in Michelin two-star mooncakes from Ying Jee Club. Handcrafted by Executive Chef Siu Hin Chi and his team, the mooncakes feature velvety mini egg custard varieties and are presented in an ornate purple gift box.
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This year, the three brands under the Royal Hotels brand are offering a selection of mooncakes housed in a colourfully illustrated box by local artist Messy Desk paying tribute to Lion Rock spirit. Enjoy classic classic egg custard and lotus seed varieties, or opt for the low sugar white lotus seed paste mooncake with pine nuts or go all out with the Deluxe Mid-Autumn Festive Hamper that includes abalone, chocolate, nuts and fruit along with a box of mooncakes.
Order your mooncakes from Royal Hotels here
At Sino Hotels, two collections are on offer for mooncakes in 2019. Choose from the Classic Collection that features white lotus seed paste and double egg yolks, or opt for the modern Fragrant Collection that includes, panda, custard and ginger lotus varieties. Both come in elegant gold boxes and you can even choose to have them bundled with a peony or an orchid to spread a little extra fortune.
Order your mooncakes from Sino Hotels here