[EARLY Bird offers] 9 distinctive mooncakes from Takashimaya - LARGEST Mid-autumn fair in Singapore

Takashimaya’s highly-anticipated Mid-Autumn festival returns this year to welcome all shoppers to participate in one of the largest, MOST extensive mooncake fairs to be held in Singapore. This year, over 60 vendorswill gather at Takashimaya Square along Orchard Road. Look forward to live baking stations featuring both local and international guest chefs and lots of samplings. As the culturally-steeped pastry gained popularity throughout Asia and even internationally, it became widely regarded as a popular after-meal dessert, the highlight of teatime indulgences or simply a thoughtful seasonal gift to bless family and friends with, as well as to maintain meaningful business relationships. Enjoy up to 20% OFF your mooncakes for selected brands, read on to find out more!

Icenoie Hokkaido Mooncakes Singapore 2019
Icenoie Hokkaido's newly launched 100% raw milk gelato mooncakes

1. Awfully Chocolate

Awfully Chocolate Mooncakes review 2019

Started in Singapore 1998, with one store selling only one chocolate cake, awfully chocolate now owns takeouts, cafes and restaurants. This year, awfully chocolate has come up with two collections: The awfullychocolate mooncake collection (S$88.00 - 4 pcs) and chocolate mooncake truffles (S$88.00 - 8 pcs). Talk about a very huat (auspicious) number! The former comes with classic mooncake fillings encased in crumbly dark chocolate skin pastry, while the latter is a luxurious handcrafted chocolate mooncake truffles.


2. Baker's well

Baker's well mooncakes
Since 2004, local-grown Baker's Well has managed to produce wholesome and quality baked products. Their artisanal Mooncakes are handmade from scratch with only the freshest ingredients, and you will find many reinvented local flavours amongst their classics. They have launched interesting new flavours, such as the Premium ginseng peach collagen snowskin (S$86 - 8 pcs), Pure white lotus double egg yolk with roasted melon seed (S$78 - 4 pcs), Pure white lotus with macadamia nuts (S$73 - 4 pcs), Traditional mixed nuts (S$82 - 4 pcs) and Premium ginseng red jujube, wolfberry, roasted melon seed (S$86 - 8 pcs).



3. Home's Favourite

Home's Favourite mooncakes
This year's epic durian season sees halal-certified Home Favourite's joining the trend with their new snow-skin premium top grade HF88 Durian Mooncake (S$98 - 4 pcs) and Crystal Golden Pearl Durian Mooncake (S$98 - 4 pcs). With beautiful golden flakes, the extravagant Crystal Golden Pearl Durian mooncake is filled with the bittersweet, caramel taste of 100% golden pearl durian. They use high pressure processing (highest standard in frozen food processing) for all their snow-skinned durian mooncakes.

4. Janice Wong

Janice Wong's mooncakes

The mooncake as we know it has since evolved into an diverse art of its own; today, they range from the contemporary and colourful snow skin mooncakes creatively designed with unconventional fillings. Janice Wong's Mooncake Box Set (S$65) is a box of nine specially curated snow-skin mooncakes, inspired by various Japanese ingredients representing its respective prefectures. Having carried out research and development processes since the early part of the year, Janice has personally travelled to the prefectures herself to source out only the highest-quality and most distinctive ingredients to create her unique take on the traditional Chinese festival snack.


The limited-edition Mooncake Box Set will be available for pre-order online at janicewong.online from1 July 2019.
  • An early bird discount of 25% will be applied for orders placed between 1 July – 25 August 2019, while larger orders of 30 boxes and above are applicable for a 30% corporate discount.
  • Orders reaching S$300 and above will receive free delivery.

5. kwong cheong thye


kwong cheong thye mooncakes

Celebrating 65 years of heritage in Singapore, Kwong Cheong Thye grew from a humble Soya Sauce brewery in Jalan Besar to a major food manufacturer, creating a variety of food products for the Singaporeans. Kwong Cheong Thye’s new Roselle Paste Mooncake is appetizing and light, made from the infusion of the Hibiscus species. Also comes in green tea flavours.

6. Mandarin Orchard

Mandarin Orchard mooncakes review

Mandarin Orchard Singapore unveils its luscious selection of baked and snow skin mooncakes encased in a brand new packaging to celebrate this year’s Mid-autumn Festival. Using recipes crafted by the hotel’s team of masterchefs, the delicate mooncakes will be available from 6 August to 13 September 2019.

  1. DBS/POSB card holders will receive 25% discount for purchases made during the early bird period from 6 until 16 August, and 20% discount thereafter.
  2. UOB, Citibank, and Maybank card holders enjoy 20% discount during the early bird period, and 15% discount thereafter. These discounts are only available at thehotel’s Festive Counter.

7. Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel 

Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel mooncakes 2019

Upping the ante this year, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel is pulling out the stops to showcase new and unique flavours that epitomize traditional mastery and modern refinement. Befitting this joyous occasion, Marriott Tang Plaza's mooncakes are a tradition well-preserved, with each piece meticulously handcrafted by the award-winning Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant, which is helmed byExecutive Chinese Chef Brian Wong. Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel’s baked and snow-skin mooncakes have no added preservatives or artificial flavouring.


8. Zhen Wei

Zhen Wei mooncakes 2019

For many years, Zhen Wei has been known for their signature Teochew crispy mooncakes. With flavours including yam, yam sesame, and yam pumpkin, each mooncake is made of layers of flaky crusts. From the locally sourced ingredients to flaky crusts, Zhen Wei’s crispy mooncakes are not only distinct from the typical ones but each are unique as every pastry is carefully made by hand.

9. Icenoie Hokkaido's raw milk gelato mooncakes

Icenoie Hokkaido's raw milk gelato mooncakes

Icenoie Hokkaido, Hokkaido’s legendary number one selling gelato and soft serve specialist is making its mooncake debut this year through a series of six kawaii cow embossed raw milk gelato snowskin mooncakes. Fans can choose from two embossment: the cow embossment or the brand’s name embossment. Made with 100% Hokkaido raw milk, shoppers can select from Chocolate, Double Cheese, Fresh Strawberry, Matcha, Cookies & Cream, Fresh Milk for only $6 per piece! A cooler bag is given for free with every $30 purchase.

Mid-autumn festival: Takashimaya Square

Address: Basement 2, 391 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238872
When: 8 August - 13 September 2019
[EARLY Bird offers] 9 distinctive mooncakes from Takashimaya - LARGEST Mid-autumn fair in Singapore [EARLY Bird offers] 9 distinctive mooncakes from Takashimaya - LARGEST Mid-autumn fair in Singapore Reviewed by Littletinysun on 5:03:00 PM Rating: 5

5 comments

  1. Awfully Chocolate is my favourite brand of mooncake.

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  2. Janice W0ng 😍
    IG: iizumizz

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  3. Favourite is Awfully Chocolate mooncakes for my sweet tooth!
    IG:_ankee

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  4. Would love to try Janice Wong moon cake because the colours too pretty!

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  5. Janice Wong is my favourite cause of the vibrant colours with unconventional fillings! Awesome��!
    Ig: wendytingting_1992

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