Mid-Autumn Festival 2023 is almost upon us! You know what that means — it’s time to indulge in the finest mooncakes. Regardless of whether you’re in the mood for some traditional baked mooncakes or more modern snow skin mooncakes, you’ll be sure to find something that will delight your tastebuds and impress your guests.
Here are 23 spots to get the best mooncakes in Singapore to relish this Mid-Autumn Festival 2023.
1. Paradise Group
Paradise Group has made a name for itself over the years, housing 12 culinary concepts across 11 cities. This Mid-Autumn Festival, Paradise Group will be launching their innovative new mooncake flavours, including fruity liqueur snowskin mooncakes.
Ever tried mooncakes made with pumpkin skin? Paradise Group’s all-new creation this year, Mini Pumpkin Snow Skin Chestnut Paste with Mashed Salted Egg Yolk (S$68 for a box of 8) is not to be missed, with its creative combination of floral and earthy flavours.
The Liqueur Snow Skin Mooncakes are a must try. For S$70 a box, you’ll get to indulge in 4 unique liqueur-based flavours. The Cherry Brandy with White Lotus Paste dons a pretty purple appearance, while the White Peach Prosecco with Jasmine Paste combines fruity and floral elements into one. Also included are the flavours of Grape Roku Gin with White Lotus Paste and Yuzu Sake with Chestnut Paste.
Paradise Group’s Mini Baked Custard with Molten Salted Egg Yolk (S$68 for a box of 8) will be sure to delight your taste buds with its satisfying golden lava core.
If you love the classics, be sure to get your hands on Paradise Group’s Teochew Yam Pastry with Double Yolk (S$68 for a box of 4), wrapped in a flaky and buttery crust. Don’t miss out on baked mooncakes like the Baked White Lotus Paste with Single Yolk (S$69 for a box of 4) and Baked White Lotus Paste with Assorted Nut (S$70 for a box of 4), or opt for the Assorted Traditional Baked Mooncake (S$68 for a box of 4), which contains 1 piece of each flavour, if you’d like to savour a variety of different mooncakes.
Ready to save some money this mooncake season? Why not place your orders early? From now till 31 Aug 2023, Citi and Maybank Credit / Debit Cardmembers and PGR members will be entitled to receive a 15% discount off all mooncakes. Members of the public can also look forward to getting 10% off their mooncake orders during this period. From 1 Sep to 29 Sep 2023, Citi and Maybank Credit / Debit Cardmembers and PGR members will still be able to enjoy 10% off mooncake orders.
For the biggest savings possible, order your mooncakes now!
2. Ding Mooncake
Ding Mooncake is one of Singapore’s most popular mooncake brands, with their creations selling out quickly every year. The brand’s products are all handmade with fresh ingredients, and contain zero preservatives or additives.
Known for its award-winning mooncakes and exquisite box designs, it’s no wonder why many choose Ding Mooncake as a gift to their friends and family during the Mid Autumn Festival period. In 2023, they’ve created a gorgeous Majestic Designer Mooncake Box, which is used to contain products like their Signature White Lotus Mooncake (S$65 for a box of 4) and Traditional Pandan Mooncake (S$69 for a box of 4). These award-winning mooncakes are made with less sugar and contain no preservatives.
Personally, I am a huge lover of savoury salted egg yolks. Hence, Ding Mooncake’s Signature White Lotus Double Yolk Mooncake (S$79 for a box of 4) and Traditional Pandan Double Yolk Mooncake (S$82 for a box of 4) are totally up my alley — there’s nothing more satisfying than biting into a sweet and velvety paste enveloping glorious golden egg yolks.
Fans of chewy snow skin mooncakes can look forward to indulging in Ding Mooncake’s Assortment of Premium Snow Skin Mooncakes (S$79 for a box of 8), each wrapped in the finest soft mochi skin. The box contains 2 pieces each of the following flavours: Fuerte Avocado, Piedmont Hazelnut, Kyoto Hojicha and Thai Young Coconut.
Definitely don’t miss out on the luxurious Black Gold Mao Shan Wang Durian (MSW) Snow Skin Mooncakes (S$89 for a box of 8), made using real Black Gold MSW durians imported fresh from Pahang.
From now until the end of Aug 2023, enjoy a 40% off Early Bird promo on your mooncake orders. Plus, until 14 Sep 2023, get an additional 25% off on Ding Mooncake’s Build Your Own Mooncake Bundle with no catch and no minimum purchase required.
3. Peach Blossoms, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore
This Mid-Autumn Festival, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore will be presenting its stunning Peach Blossoms’ mooncakes, exquisitely crafted by Executive Chinese Chef Edward Chong.
The beautiful handcrafted mooncakes are available in sets of 4 in the Celestial Chest, a stunning box that pays homage to PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, Singapore’s image as a ‘Garden-in-a-Hotel’ with its sandy beige colour and pastel-green-brown botanical motifs. The Celestial Chest also reflects the hotel’s commitment to sustainability as it is made using sustainable materials like paper board and medium-density fibreboard (MDF), and can be upcycled into a watch or accessory box.
Looking for a luxurious and extravagant gift set to take your mooncake experience to the next level? You’ll be sure to impress your guests with Peach Blossoms’ limited-edition Moonlit Pavilion box (S$108 per set), with a design inspired by the hotel’s signature sculptural pavilions. The Moonlit Pavilion box can even be repurposed as a bedside lamp, so you know that it won’t go to waste once the festivities are over.
Indulge in Peach Blossoms’ collection of mooncake flavours, like the Double Yolk with White Lotus Mooncake (S$98 for a box of 4), which is perfect for lovers of the classics. Check out the refreshing Lychee with Wolfberries Mooncake (S$95 for a box of 4) or the new Assorted Nuts with Chicken Ham Mooncake (S$95 for a box of 4), a savoury and dense alternative to the usual sweet mooncakes.
The Charcoal Black Sesame Paste with Melon Seed and Gold Dust (S$95 for a box of 4), on the other hand, is a vegetarian-friendly creation with a nutty flavour.
Get the best of all worlds with Peach Blossoms’ Delightful Four Collection (S$98 for a box of 4), which contains a Double Yolk with White Lotus Mooncake, Single Yolk with White Lotus Mooncake, Lychee with Wolfberries Mooncake and Charcoal Black Sesame Paste with Melon Seed and Gold Dust Mooncake.
From now until 28 Aug 2023, enjoy an Early Bird discount of 25% off on your mooncake orders. Meanwhile, from 29 Aug to 29 Sep 2023, you’ll get 10% off with the Regular discount. All promotions are not applicable for the Moonlit Pavilion set.
4. Bread Garden
At Bread Garden, you can be assured that you’ll receive only the finest, handcrafted mooncakes. Made using premium and natural selected ingredients, Bread Garden’s mooncakes are of the best quality, and to make things better, they’re also halal-certified!
Bread Garden’s Diamond Grandeur Gift Set is the perfect choice for fans of baked mooncakes. The set comes in a beautiful mini luggage packaging and comprises of 4 flavours, all of which contain a centre of granular salted egg yolk: Golden Emerald, filled with aromatic pandan paste, Charcoal Golden Emerald, housing pandan paste within a unique charcoal crust, Golden Red Emerald, which envelopes rich green tea red bean filling, and Golden Royale, featuring luscious custard.
Those who fancy snow skin mooncake have something to look forward to as well! Bread Garden’s Signature Premium MSW Durian Snowskin Mooncake (S$28) will be sure to impress durian lovers. Each piece is stuffed with rich and creamy pure MSW durian flesh, and is presented within an elegant round metal box.
You can also get the Signature Premium MSW Durian Snowskin Mooncake in a set of 2 for S$55.
You must try Bread Garden’s new snow skin mooncake flavours. The Raspberry Cheese Snow Skin Mooncake (S$19) melds the tartness of raspberries with the creaminess of cheesecake, while the Yuzu Mango Blast Snow Skin Mooncake (S$17) will refresh your palate with its zesty flavours.
Enjoy Bread Garden’s 20% off Early Bird discount until 27 Aug 2023 to get an even greater bang for your buck!
With Bread Garden’s mooncakes, create cherished moments with your loved ones and gift them with the best this Mid-Autumn Festival.
5. The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
You’ll probably recognise The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore as the gorgeous lifestyle integrated development in the heart of the Central Business District (CBD). This timeless yet contemporary hotel will be paying homage to heritage and tradition this Mid-Autumn Festival with its assortment of classic and modern mooncake varieties.
Impress your loved ones with The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s classic two-tier tin box, which showcases the façade of the Capitol Building and the iconic Stamford House. If you opt to purchase mooncakes in the Celestial Collection, you’ll receive an additional super chic canvas carry-on tote, available in the colours of soft pastel pink or neutral dusty rose.
This year, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore will be debuting 2 new baked mooncake flavours: Almond Red Bean Paste (S$88 for the Kempinski Tin Box, S$112 for The Celestial Collection), filled with creamy red bean paste and crunchy almonds, and Walnut White Lotus Paste (S$88 for the Kempinski Tin Box, S$112 for The Celestial Collection), which boasts an earthy aroma.
Snowskin mooncake lovers, on the other hand, should get excited for the new Pistachio Snowskin (S$88 for the Kempinski Tin Box, S$112 for The Celestial Collection), which encases crisp and nutty flavours within a soft snowskin.
Looking for a bit more variety? The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore offers a ‘Customise Your Own Flavours’ option, where you can pick and choose 8 mini mooncakes of your choice for both baked and snowskin varieties. For baked mooncakes (S$88 for the Kempinski Tin Box, S$112 for The Celestial Collection), choose from the following flavours: Egg Yolk White Lotus Paste, Macadamia Nut White Lotus Paste, Walnut White Lotus Paste and Almond Red Bean Paste.
For snowskin mooncakes (S$90 for the Kempinski Tin Box, S$115 for The Celestial Collection), on the other hand, choose from the flavours of Pistachio, Japanese Matcha Mochi, Champagne Truffle and Mao Shan Wang Durian, with the latter 2 flavours being limited to a maximum of 2 pieces only. This option is perfect if you want to have more of your preferred snowskin mooncakes.
Save on mooncakes this year with The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s Early Bird promotions when you order via their online shop. Receive 25% off your mooncakes when you order from 1 Aug to 31 Aug, or 15% off when you order from 1 Sep to 29 Sep.
Citibank, DBS, OCBC and UOB card holders will also get to enjoy privileges, like 30% off orders from now until 31 Aug, and 20% off from 1 Sep to 29 Sep.
6. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant
Prepare your taste buds for Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant’s delicious mooncake offerings in 2023. The restaurant, located within Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, is launching 2 exciting new snowskin flavours this year: Cheesecake and Dirty Matcha Latte.
Xin Cuisine’s Mini Snowskin Cheesecake, inspired by the classic New York Cheesecake, contains smooth white lotus paste and rich cream cheese praline.
The Dirty Matcha Latte Mini Snowskin Mooncake, on the other hand, is a must try for matcha lovers — filled with silky matcha lotus seed paste and a café latte praline, this creation combines tea and coffee, making it the perfect treat for caffeine seekers.
If Xin Cuisine’s signature mooncakes are your go-to, you’ll be excited to hear that their popular classics are back! Dig into the Teochew Yam Paste with Single Yolk Mooncake, a savoury and smooth delight wrapped in a flaky golden pastry, or go for the Mini Baked Egg Custard with Yolk Mooncake, filled with creamy egg custard and salted egg yolk.
Other bestsellers you must try are the Low Sugar White Lotus Seed Paste Baked Mooncake with Double Yolk, and the gorgeous purple-coloured Peranakan Durian Mini Snowskin Mooncake. Baked Mooncakes are available in boxes of 4, while their Mini Egg Custard and Mini Snowskin mooncakes are available in boxes of 6. If you wish to sample a variety of their mini snowskin mooncake flavours, you can opt for a box containing an assortment of different options.
Xin Cuisine’s mooncakes will be available for order from now until 25 Sep 2023 via their eShop. The mooncakes can be collected or delivered from 28 Aug 2023. To get a bang for your buck, place your orders before 27 Aug 2023 to enjoy up to 35% off. If you’d like to place a bulk order, you can email [email protected]. For more information, click here.
7. The Orchard Hotel Singapore
The Orchard Hotel Singapore’s award-winning Hua Ting Restaurant has unveiled its captivating new Mid-Autumn Festival mooncakes this year. Exquisitely crafted using only the finest ingredients, Hua Ting Restaurant promises an indulgent experience with every bite.
Savour Hua Ting Restaurant’s renowned traditional baked mooncakes, such as the classic White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk and Macadamia Nuts (S$82 for a box of 4) and the nutty Seeds of Harmony (S$80 for a box of 4).
The Chendol Lotus with Melon Seeds Mooncake (S$78 for a box of 4) is a new creation that combines the popular Singaporean dessert with the traditional baked mooncake.
Making a return this year is the restaurant’s all-time favourite snowskin mooncakes, the Blueberry with Vintage Hua Diao Wine (S$74 for a box of 8) and White Lotus Paste with Champagne Ganache (S$74 for a box of 8), which incorporate elements of alcohol, for those who enjoy more refined flavours.
Get excited, for Hua Ting Restaurant will be presenting 3 new snowskin mooncakes, starting with the rich and luscious Mao Shan Wang (Durian) Snowskin Mooncake (S$84 for a box of 8), perfect for durian lovers. Delight yourself with more tropical and citrus-filled flavours when you get the Kumquat & Yuzu Snowskin Mooncake (S$74 for a box of 8) and the Pineapple & Taro Snowskin Mooncake (S$74 for a box of 8).
Further enhance your Mid-Autumn Festival experience this year with Hua Ting Restaurant’s limited-edition premium Teapot Collection, which comes with their traditional mooncakes, Chinese tea and a curated teapot and teacups, available in ruby, turquoise or topaz matching boxes. The Signature Teapot Collection (S$148) comes with 1 White Lotus Paste with Single Yolk & Macadamia Nuts Mooncake, 1 White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk & Macadamia Nuts Mooncake, 2 boxes of the finest selected Chinese Tea, a curated teapot and 4 teacups.
The Artistic Teapot Collection (S$168), on the other hand, contains 2 White Lotus Paste with Single Yolk & Macadamia Nuts Mooncakes, 2 White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk & Macadamia Nuts mooncakes, a curated teapot and 4 teacups.
Get your mooncakes from Hua Ting Restaurant here.
8. PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore
If you love molten fillings as much as I do, you’ll be excited to dig into PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering’s Mid-Autumn Festival offerings this year, which includes molten lava mooncakes and time-honoured favourites.
To reflect the hotel’s commitment to sustainability, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering’s restaurant, Lime Restaurant, will be presenting its mooncakes housed within a durable biodegradable bamboo box that can be either repurposed or upcycled.
Indulge in Lime Restaurant’s new creations, starting with the incredible Lava Mooncakes, available in 2 flavours. The Salted Egg Lava Mooncake (S$98 for a box of 4) is filled with a savoury oozy salted egg yolk lava, while the Matcha Lava Mooncake (S$98 for a box of 4) is infused with aromatic green tea.
Don’t miss out on Lime Restaurant’s classic mooncakes, like the White Lotus Paste with Single Yolk Mooncake (S$88 for a box of 4), which blends velvety lotus paste with a savoury golden yolk. A more unique option would be the refreshing White Lotus Paste with Lychee Bits Mooncake (S$88 for a box of 4), which puts a fruity twist on the well-loved mooncake flavour.
From now until 3 Sep 2023, owners of selected credit cards will get to enjoy an Early Bird promotion where they can receive 25% off their mooncake purchases when they order via email to [email protected], call +65 3138 2251, or place an order at Lime Restaurant physically.
This promotion will be valid to the same cardholders from 4 to 29 Sep, with a 15% discount instead. Meanwhile, Pan Pacific DISCOVERY Members can look forward to receiving up to 30% savings.
9. Man Fu Yuan
You may recognise Man Fu Yuan as a stalwart in Singapore’s Chinese fine dining scene.
In celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival 2023, this Michelin-recommended restaurant is set to introduce its exquisite mooncakes as it debuts two new baked flavours and a series of four tea-infused snow skin mooncakes.
Dig into Man Fu Yuan’s beautiful new Snow Skin Mooncakes: Blossom and Brew (S$104 for a box of 4), which consists of beautiful rose-shaped tea-flavoured mooncakes, each containing a chocolate truffle centre. The Honeysuckle Flower with Chrysanthemum and Violet Flower with Black Tea flavours are perfect for those with a sweet tooth, each combining delicate floral aromas with the rich fragrances of the tea truffles. The Magnolia Flower with Osmanthus Honey and Rose Flower with Chamomile Tea mooncakes, on the other hand, will be sure to wow you with their adventurous flavours.
The exclusive InterContinental Negroni Lychee Chocolate Truffle Snow Skin Mooncake (S$118 for a box of 4) is another limited edition mooncake that you have to try. This unique creation is an homage to the hotel’s signature cocktail, the InterContinental Negroni, and combines premium white lotus seed paste with a chocolate truffle Negroni centre.
Aside from these innovative creations, Man Fu Yuan will also be presenting its classic mooncakes, like the White Lotus Seed Paste with Double Yolk (S$96 for a box of 4) and the vegetarian Assorted Nuts with Plant-based Ham (S$88 for a box of 4).
Our readers will get to enjoy 30% off on their mooncake purchases when they use the promo code <MKSETH30> from 24 Jul to 26 Sep 2023.
The Man Fu Yuan mooncakes can be ordered here or at their Shoppe Booth located at the Hotel Entrance at Bugis Junction, and can be collected from 7 Aug to 29 Sep. Additionally, Citibank, UOB, OCBC, Standard Chartered and HSBC credit card members can get 30% savings when they order from 24 Jul to 27 Aug, and 25% savings from 28 Aug to 29 Sep.
10. Hong Kong MX
Looking to indulge in the classic mooncake?
Hong Kong MX‘s signature White Lotus Seed Paste Mooncake with 2 Egg Yolks has captivated customers globally with its exquisite blend of silky-smooth and fragrant white lotus seed paste. The premium lotus seeds are carefully picked, soaked and cooked to perfection, enhancing the savoury salted egg yolks to the next level.
Crafted with the finest ingredients gathered from around the world, MX Snowy Mooncakes defy tradition by blending fruit puree into the mochi-like skin.
Hong Kong MX’s crowd favourite Snowy Polar Lights mooncakes is back this year with an assortment of 16 flavours. Embrace this icy indulgence and savour the essence of sweet summer delights in every bite.
If regular mooncakes are too simple for your liking, you’ll be excited to find out about Hong Kong MX’s offerings this Mid-Autumn Festival 2023, which include adorable iconic Disney, Pixar and LINE characters.
The first thing to look out for is the Disney 100th Anniversary Collection “Vinyl Record Player” Mooncake Gift Box, a 3D mooncake tin that doubles as a music box. When you spin the vinyl record to wind up the music box, prepare to be whisked away by the timeless melody of “It’s a Small World”. Plus, each White Lotus Seed Paste Mooncake with Egg Yolk within dons the iconic Mickey Mouse silhouette!
The “Pixar Toy Story Collection Lotso” Mooncake Gift Box, on the other hand, features gorgeous shades of pink, with an adorable 3D face of Toy Story’s Lotso on the lid. The 4 Red Bean Paste Mooncakes inside each feature a cute strawberry motif.
Finally, the LINE FRIENDS mooncake gift box, inspired by vintage cassettes and radio players, stuns with its vibrant yellow colour and playful flashing lights. The box contains 4 Creamy Custard Mooncakes imprinted with the face of BROWN, and are filled with silky-smooth custard. There are also removable badges of BROWN, CONY and SALLY on the box, which can be used as fridge magnets.
Be sure to place your orders on Hong Kong MX’s website, where you can enjoy free delivery for purchases above S$200. Meanwhile, you’ll get free gifts for cart purchases above S$100!
If you’re looking for a healthier mooncake alternative this year, CHOCOELF has got you covered with Singapore’s widest range of sugar-free mooncake products.
CHOCOELF is a Singapore-based artisanal chocolate manufacturer founded by a surgeon and a maitre chocolatier with over 40 years of experience. This homegrown brand is the first chocolate-maker in Singapore to be awarded with the Health Promotion Board (HPB)’s Healthier Choice Symbol.
In 2023, CHOCOELF presents sugar-free mooncakes, including baked mooncakes, snowskin mooncakes and chocolate skin mooncakes. Their mooncakes entirely do not contain sugar, and are of the utmost freshness and quality.
Indulge in CHOCOELF’s Golden Egg Twins (S$45 for 2 pieces, S$88 for 4 pieces), a baked double yolk lotus mooncake that contains 100% less sugar and less saturated fat compared to regular mooncakes. Those who are extra health-conscious can go for the Jolly Soy Lotus (S$43 for 2 pieces, S$84 for 4 pieces), a sugar-free baked lotus mooncake with a soy yolk that has been recognised as a healthier choice by HPB.
Known for their best-selling kaya chocolate bars, CHOCOELF has now created a new Kaya Iconic (S$43 for 2 pieces, S$84 for 4 pieces), a snowskin mooncake filled with sugar-free lotus paste and a kaya coconut truffle yolk, for those who enjoy locally inspired flavours.
CHOCOELF’s mooncakes can be obtained at their main store along 232 South Bridge Road or online via their website, RedMart and Shopee. You can also find them at their mooncake booths in Takashimaya Square B2 from 24 Aug to 29 Sep, and in VivoCity Atrium L1 from 31 Aug to 29 Sep.
Check out their website here to enjoy the best deals!
Swatow Seafood Restaurant is well known for its Chaoshan cuisine, and they will be celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival 2023 by showcasing their authentic and exquisite Teochew mooncakes.
Looking to try Swatow Seafood Restaurant’s best-selling flaky mooncakes? Go for their Teochew Flaky Mooncake Collection, the “Delightful Black & White Mooncake Box Set” (S$76), which comes with 2 pieces of Flaky Orh Nee with Single Yolk, wrapped in a flaky white skin, and 2 pieces of Flaky “Yuan-Yang” with Single Yolk, encased within a charcoal black skin.
Swatow Seafood Restaurant’s latest creation, the Flaky Teochew Custard Blossom Delight (S$88), is a must-try this year. Meticulously crafted with the finest ingredients, these stunning blooming flower-shaped mooncakes come with fillings like luscious custard, “yuan yang” and “orh-nee”.
Definitely don’t miss out on Swatow’s new Galaxy’s Eight Delights (S$108), a beautiful set of 8 Mini Starlight Flaky Mooncakes and a 7-inch Teochew “Lapiah”. The Mini Starlight Flaky Mooncakes each don gorgeous multi-coloured flaky skin akin to the colours of the cosmos, and contain an assortment of fillings, including creamy custard, “yuan-yang” and “orh-nee”. The “Lapiah”, on the other hand, comes stuffed with lotus and red bean paste, and is complete with 5 egg yolks.
Finally, lovers of traditional baked mooncakes can spoil themselves with Swatow’s Signature Mooncake Box (S$68), which contains an assortment of 4 mooncake flavours: Mixed Nuts, Pure Lotus Paste, Lotus Paste with Double Yolk and “Yuan Yang” Bean Paste with Pine Nuts. Each mooncake is handcrafted to perfection using only the finest ingredients, and are also low in sugar and free from added preservatives, making them a wholesome and healthy treat to savour with your loved ones.
Look forward to Swatow’s Early Bird Special, taking place from now until 9 Sep 2023. When you buy 5 boxes of mooncakes, you’ll get 1 box (4 pieces) for free, and when you buy 10 boxes, you’ll enjoy 2 boxes (8 pieces) for free. Additionally, get 20% off your Galaxy’s Eight Delights orders during this time period.
Meanwhile, our readers at SethLui.com are in for a treat. When you purchase 2 boxes of mooncakes (excluding the Traditional Teochew “La Piah” and Galaxy’s Eight Delights) from Swatow’s website and use the code <SETHLUI>, you will also automatically receive 2 additional pieces of Teochew Mini Starlight Flaky Mooncakes when you check out.
13. Baker’s Brew
Baker’s Brew is no stranger to lovers of baked goods in Singapore. This homegrown bakery and cake atelier was founded in 2015, and since then, has expanded to become one of Singapore’s leading cake specialists.
For Mid-Autumn Festival 2023, Baker’s Brew has revealed 4 mooncakes in their Rosé Chloe Collection, made with no added preservatives and a low sugar content, for you to indulge without feeling guilty.
The Rosé Chloe Collection is presented within a stylish and sophisticated tweed-inspired box complete with velvet interiors and a matching leather strap, exuding the luxurious charm of a designer bag. The chic and beautiful packaging makes it the perfect gift for your loved ones. It would also make an amazing corporate gift, as aside from its classy design, Baker’s Brew provides corporate discounts and personalisation services!
Indulge in familiarity with the classic Traditional Single Yolk Baked Mooncake, which combines smooth lotus paste with a savoury salted-yolk centre. The Yam with Single Yolk is another fragrant delight made with yam paste that isn’t too sweet. The striking Charcoal Black Sesame is filled with savoury premium black sesame paste and is one of my favourites, while Gula Melaka with Desiccated Coconut combines real gula melaka with aromatic desiccated coconut and tastes divine.
Enjoy all 4 of Baker’s Brew’s mooncake flavours when you get the Assorted Set (S$98), which contains 1 of each flavour. If you’d just like a set of good ol’ lotus egg yolk mooncakes, the Traditional Set (S$92) may be more up your alley, containing 4 pieces of Traditional Single Yolk Baked Mooncakes.
Elevate your mooncake shopping experience with Baker’s Brew’s Early Bird promotions! From 18 Aug to 7 Sep, get 25% off your mooncake order when you use the code <BBAUTUMN25>. From 8 Sep to 14 Sep, on the other hand, you’ll get 20% off your mooncake order when you use the code <BBAUTUMN20>. Finally, those who place their orders from 24 Sep to 28 Sep will get to enjoy 10% off with the code <BBAUTUMN10>.
14. Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro
Michelin-starred Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival, honouring family reunions with his heartfelt masterpieces, infused with warmth and passion.
Crafted by a skilled culinary team, the mooncakes are elegantly showcased in an intricate box which features an exquisite autumn floral arrangement and graceful cranes; symbolising purity and beauty.
Sourcing for a gift for family members or business associates? Then look no further than the Shisen Hanten Luxury Collection series.
If you’re looking for something traditional, the box of Shisen Hanten Collection presents an assortment of their signature mooncakes: Assorted Nuts and Jamón Ibérico, Double Yolk and White Lotus Paste, Macadamia Nuts and White Lotus Paste in Low Sugar and Azuki Red Bean Paste and Pine Nuts.
It comes together with a bottle of Gusbourne Blanc de Blancs 2018, Kent for S$178.
Introducing this year’s new release: the Charcoal Black Sesame Paste with Sakura Prawn, Pistachio, and Melon Seeds (S$88 for 4 pieces), promising a captivating dual sensory experience with its harmonious blend of sweet and savoury notes.
There is a credit card promotional discount (DBS/POSB Bank, UOB Bank, Citibank Singapore, and American Express (AMEX)) during the following periods:
- Early Bird (1 Aug to 3 Sep 2023): 30% off all mooncakes
- Normal Sale (4 to 29 Sep 2023): 25% off all mooncakes
To place your orders, click here.
15. Eu Yan Sang
For an impressive Mid-Autumn Festival 2023 celebration, consider the range of regal mooncakes from Eu Yan Sang. This year, they not only reintroduce their Bird’s Nest Mooncakes from 2022 but also debut new flavours: Bird’s Nest Mooncake with Ginseng, Triple Treasures, and Mademoiselle Lychee-Roselle.
A highlight is the Emperor’s Ginseng & Bird’s Nest Symphony Gift Set (S$198), featuring 2 Ginseng Bird’s Nest Mooncakes and 2 bottles of Majestic Cave Nest. Encased in an elegant maroon 2-tiered box, the gift set unveils its contents through a pull-out drawer, complemented by a gold cutlery set for mooncake serving.
To savour both of Eu Yan Sang’s bird’s nest mooncakes, consider the Ultimate Bird’s Nest Mooncake Lovers Gift Set (UP: S$168), available at 30% off for members and 25% off for public/non-members. The set includes 2 Emperor’s Ginseng Bird’s Nest Mooncakes and 2 Empress’s Ruby Dates Bird’s Nest Mooncakes.
Eu Yan Sang’s mooncakes for Mid-Autumn Festival will be available at all their stores islandwide, and on their website from now until 29 Sep 2023, while stocks last. You can also find them at Eu Yan Sang’s roadshow at JEM from 11 Sep to 17 Sep.
What’s more, purchase any 2 sets and you’ll receive a free box of Aloe Vera Snow Fungus Bird’s Nest, worth S$39.90, while stocks last!
16. Straits Bakery
Straits Bakery is a Peranakan eatery located at Havelock 2 serving heartwarming Nyonya cuisine but they also do mooncakes in traditional and interesting flavours. For this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival, they welcome you to try their 2023 Collection of Mooncakes.
They’ve launched new flavours in addition to their best sellers from the 2022 Collection. Seeking something befitting for grandma and grandpa? Then the Premium Double Yolk (S$77 for 4 pieces), a timeless favourite crafted with exquisite silver lotus paste and 2 luscious salted egg yolks will be the ideal choice.
The newly-launched Nanyang Coffee with Royal Milk Tea (S$75 for 4 pieces) draws inspiration from the cherished Yuan Yang drink. This exquisite creation masterfully combines 2 treasured local flavours, coffee and milk tea, resulting in a distinctive and unforgettable taste.
Also something fresh to add to the collection is the Pandan & Gula Melaka (S$75 for 4 pieces) which contains fragrant pandan-infused lotus paste and sweet gula melaka filling, inspired by the classic Southeast Asian dessert, ondeh ondeh.
Returning from its popularity in 2022, the Lychee & Rose (S$75 for 4 pieces) is a crowd favourite. This revival presents a delightful fusion of luscious lychee and subtle floral rose notes, delivering a refreshing and aromatic experience.
If you’re clueless like me on which one to get, the Assorted (S$77 for 4 pieces) includes 1 of each mooncake, allowing you to savour a little bit of everything.
To order, WhatsApp Straits Bakery at +65 9831 5769.
17. Pulse Patisserie
Situated at 42 North Canal Road, Pulse Patisserie is renowned for its collection of unique and artistically-captivating cakes. This creativity and design excellence extend to their mooncakes as well, elegantly presented within a lavish red Imperial Doors box (perfect to impress your family and friends during the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival).
If you’re on the hunt for one-of-a-kind snow skin mooncakes, set your sights on the Mini Snow Skin Mooncakes (S$72.80). I was genuinely amazed when I discovered that one of the fillings for these mooncakes includes popping candy (yes, that childhood-favourite candy that crackles on your tongue).
The Fizzing Popping Candy (white and pink) has a pleasant bubblegum flavour with cleverly-layered blue popping candy within to create a fun and enjoyable experience.
The Peanut Butter & Crunchy Chocolate (brown) has grounded peanuts infused in the filling with a satisfyingly rich chocolate centre encapsulating a rich creamy peanut butter centre.
For something tangy, the Yuzu & Imperial Osmanthus Tea (yellow) has an aromatic floral fragrance of osmanthus with an acidic yuzu centre. There’s also the Umami Salted Gula Melaka included in the set.
Those who are obsessed with the king of fruits should go for the Mao Shan Wang Mini Snow Skin Mooncakes (S$118), which features premium-grade Mao Shan Wang durian (highly limited in quantity).
Click here to order now.
Spread the joy around the table with PAUL’s latest collection of mini snow skin mooncakes, showcasing fresh and bold flavours. Before I forget, these exquisite mooncakes are housed in an alluring red floral box, making them a splendid choice for gifting to your loved ones and friends for Mid-Autumn festival.
In addition to the Mini Mao Shan Wang Mooncakes Box of 8 (S$82), there’s also the Assorted Mini Mooncakes Box of 8 (S$72).
This varied mix contains 4 interesting fillings wrapped in velvety and delicate snow skin. The Mango Magic is a burst of fruity delight that whisks you away to a tropical paradise, with its invigorating mango flavour perfectly harmonising with the mousse’s delicate and airy texture.
Chocolate enthusiasts will be enamoured by the indulgent Chocolate Checkmate, featuring a decadent ganache filling. For those seeking a twist on tradition, the Peanut Butter Snow presents a lavish fusion of savoury peanut butter and exquisite lotus paste.
Lastly, the Pistachio Paradise has a perfect blend of rich, nutty flavours that will surely blow you away.
To order their mooncakes, click here.
19. FroZ Bakery
Nestled beneath a HDB flat at 443 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, FroZ Bakery is a modest yet charming hole-in-the-wall bakery. Renowned for its artisanal coffee, pastries, cakes, and desserts, the bakery’s mooncakes for Mid-Autumn Festival cater to the health-conscious with the use of canola oil and reduced sugar content.
Their Mini Snowskin Mooncakes (S$50) are available in limited quantities with the CCCC, featuring 6 of their signature Cookies & Cream Cheesecake. There’s also the S-Mixed (S$50) which has 2 Cookies & Cream Cheesecake, alongside a couple of exciting new releases: 2 Wild Blueberry Cheesecake and 2 Dark Chocolate Cheesecake mooncakes.
The Traditional Mini Baked Mooncakes (S$50) has 2 varieties. If you’re a traditionalist, the WLSY option includes 6 White Lotus Single Yolk mooncakes. Meanwhile, the B-Mixed assortment features 3 different types of mooncakes (2 each): White Lotus Single Yolk, Lychee Lychee (new), and Chendol Azuki Red Bean (new).
20. Goodness EATS
For those who are dealing with gluten allergies or are following a ketogenic diet, rest assured that you’re not left out during this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival. Goodness Eats presents a line of keto-friendly mooncakes which are sugar-free, flourless, gluten-free and low carb.
You might wonder, “Will they be delicious?” Thankfully, these mooncakes are crafted to closely resemble traditional ones in both taste and appearance. They utilise high-quality, natural ingredients, omitting artificial flavourings and additives while maintaining an appealing taste and aesthetic.
The brand-new Keto Chicken Floss Salted Yolk Lotus Mooncake (S$41.40 for 4 pieces) combines sweetness and savouriness, boasting a generous filling of chicken floss blended with salted egg yolk, all accompanied by a smooth white lotus paste.
The most popular best-seller is the Keto Ondeh Ondeh Mooncake (S$39.60 for 4 pieces). Using keto-compliant sweeteners, they’re able to mimic gula melaka.
Other interesting varieties include the Keto Black Sesame Mooncake with Yolk (S$39.60 for 4 pieces), Keto Matcha Cheese (S$39.60 for 4 pieces) and Keto Chocolate Hazelnut Truffle (S$39.60 for 4 pieces).
For more information, you can drop them an email at [email protected]
Delcie’s story began humbly, sharing a space with a bubble tea stall in Bishan back in 2008. Since then, it has transformed from a simple takeaway spot into a health-conscious bakery at Whampoa West, catering to individuals with diverse allergies and dietary limitations who have longed to enjoy cakes.
Their selection of mooncakes is completely devoid of egg, sugar, dairy, alcohol, and any animal-derived ingredients, including the absence of egg for surface brushing. As a result, these mooncakes cater perfectly to the preferences of vegans and vegetarians.
This Mid-Autumn Festival, get your hands on their limited-edition carrier bag for the first 200 pre-orders of Traditional Baked Skin Cane Sugar-Free Flavours (Vegan) Mooncake Box Set (S$91.80 for 4 pieces).
The set consists of 2 Cane Sugar Free White Lotus Paste with Black Sesame Filling (traditional baked skin mooncake) and 2 Cane Sugar Free Pandan Paste with Salted Mung Bean (traditional baked skin mooncake).
There’s also Gluten Free & Cane Sugar Free Red Bean Paste Mini Mooncakes Box Set (S$91.80 for 6 pieces) as well as the Spiral Teochew Pandan Lotus with Peach Gum Snow Fungus (Vegan, Cane Sugarfree) (S$75.65 for 4 pieces).
Delcie’s is having an Early Bird Discount this Mid-Autumn Festival, where you can purchase these mooncakes at 15% off until 31 Aug 2023.
To get your hands on their mooncakes, click here.
22. Funfetti Officially
Funfetti Officially, a husband and wife-operated home-based business since 2018, brings a delightful twist to mooncakes for the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival. Set aside the conventional snow skin and traditional mooncakes, and direct your attention to their charmingly colourful character and rainbow mooncakes (shown above).
Their innovative 1000-layer spiral soft-skin Teochew mooncakes are crafted using a traditional method handed down through generations and feature Halal-certified and vegan-friendly ingredients. These endearing creations infuse a sense of fun and playfulness, appealing to both kids and adults.
The Thousand Layers Teochew Rainbow Mooncakes (S$33 for 6 pieces) and Thousand Layers Teochew Character Mooncakes (S$38 for 6 pieces) each come in 3 different fillings, which are mung bean, black sesame and yam. A whole salted egg yolk is also stuffed within for a savoury burst of deliciousness.
Please be aware that the flavours for the character mooncakes are predefined and cannot be personalised.
Both yolk and yolk-free options are available.
To place an order for these adorable mooncakes this upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, WhatsApp them here.
23. What Enny Made
Another noteworthy addition to this Mid-Autumn Festival list is What Enny Made, a home-based business that unquestionably earns its spot. Take a moment to appreciate the exquisitely-crafted mooncakes (they left me breathless, honestly). This venture is led by none other than Enny, a modest homemaker with over 4 years of experience in the field.
Her floral arrangements are entirely self-learned, primarily acquired through interactions with others and online communities focused on sharing techniques for crafting mooncakes.
The Floral Mooncakes (S$60, U.P. S$68) and Traditional Mooncakes (S$48, U.P. S$55) are freshly made with no preservatives, and packed in a gift box of 4 pieces. You’ll be allowed to choose 1 flavour each out of their 5 choices.
- Lotus Paste with almond Slices
- The Signature (baked with bak kwa, Chinese sausage, raisin, cranberry and mixed nuts)
- Purple Yam
- Coffee Rum Raisin (contains alcohol)
- Mixed Nuts
Do note that there’s an extra S$3 charge if you decide to go for 2 pieces of The Signature.
For orders, you can send an email at [email protected] or give her a call.
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