As Mid-Autumn Festival 2022 approaches, it’s customary to mark this most anticipated occasion with a sweet treat—mooncakes! This year, Oddle Eats is back again with our largest virtual Mooncake Festival, as we round up some Early Bird promotions and spectacular selections just for you. Let these 6 quality eateries amaze you with the best mooncake offerings in Singapore!
1. Carlton Hotel (Festive Store)
This mid-autumn, celebrate with Carlton Hotel‘s luxurious selection at Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant.
Find an impressive line-up of both baked and snowskin variants for you to savour, including the new Mini Sakura Milk Tea Snowskin ($80 for 8 pieces) mooncake. Being aesthetically and gastronomically pleasing, you’ll love the seamless union of creamy milk tea lotus paste and chocolate crunch bits.
For a larger variety of delectable snowskin mooncakes, place your order with Goodwood Park Hotel. Their mooncakes are freshly handcrafted with no preservatives and elevated by the most wonderful flavours.
Try their new Ondeh Ondeh (from $52 for 2 pieces), a unique mooncake flavour in Singapore. With a rich pandan centre enveloped in choux pastry, along with Java gula Melaka, this may be your favourite mooncake in 2022. For something fruity, Strawberry (from $48 for 2 pieces) is loaded with fresh strawberry and soursop purée carrying a refreshing and tangy flavour in every bite.
From now till 18 August, enjoy 25% OFF when you order a minimum of 2 boxes. Do take note to select only mooncakes from the ‘Early Bird Offer’ category.
Since 1986, they’ve elevated Mid-Autumn Festival with their renowned egg custard mooncakes. Now, you’ll get to enjoy these speciality mooncakes right here in Singapore! For a novel experience, snag the Mini Egg Custard Mooncakes ($86 for 8 pieces) a must-share!
Tea-lovers, you may like the Mini Tea Flavoured Egg Custard Mooncakes ($92 for 8 pieces). Take your pick from flavours like subtle Earl Grey, Lychee Black Tea, Tie Guan Yin, and Peninsula Blend Tea, a superb gift for your loved ones.
From now till 17 August, get a 20% Early Bird discount when you order with Oddle Eats.
Known for their exceptional cakes and pastries, Rive Gauche ensures their mooncakes are made with the same dedication and quality.
You’ll have to get their Signature Guanaja Snowskin Mooncake ($78 for 8 pieces). Made into delightful bite-sized pieces, it boasts a Guanaja truffle chocolate core, within the classic white lotus paste. The snowskin is also made with 70% Guanaja dark chocolate, so it’s not overly sweet. They also make healthier versions of the Traditional Baked Mooncake with Lotus Paste ($60 for 4 pieces), with reduced sugar. Or, opt for the variant with Double Yolk ($72.80 for 4 pieces) if you prefer it with a savoury element.
With Teochew cuisine being their expertise, Swatow Seafood has also been making the Teochew mooncake accessible in Singapore annually.
Made with a flaky, spiral crust and yam paste, these are just as scrumptious as the Cantonese counterpart we’re accustomed to. Consider the Flaky Teochew “Orh Nee” Yam Paste ($70 for 4 pieces) for smooth yam paste and a crisp exterior. You can also get the Flaky Teochew Black Bean Paste ($67 for 4 pieces) for more variety.
To enjoy their Early Bird discount, make a purchase before 22 August for 25% off all their mooncakes.
While there’s still time now, take your pick from these quality mooncake offerings at their promotional prices. Browse through Oddle Eats’Mooncake Guide 2022 for more delectable mooncake selections in Singapore!