Every year around Mid-Autumn Festival time, Chef Khor Eng Yew of Summer Palace restaurant atInterContinental Bangkok presents his popular mooncakes, and this year is no different. Chef Khor’s mooncakes are such a hit as they contain only premium ingredients and are based on his own secret recipes.
Mooncake delicacies are available at Summer Palace from 1 August to 27 September. They also can be purchased at a special pop-up shop on ground level of Siam Paragon from 9 to 27 September.
As always, Chef Khor has created his mooncakes in flavors associated with prosperity. For 2015 those are:
– Durian with egg yolk
– Lotus seed with egg yolk
– Mixed nuts with egg yolk
– Pandan black sesame with egg yolk, and
All mooncakes come in beautifully designed boxes and are priced at Baht 688 net for deluxe four-piece collection, and Baht 1,088 net for premium eight-piece box.
Although China’s Mid-Autumn Festival is officially one day – in 2015 it’s 27 September – foods associated with the holiday are enjoyed well before and after the festival date. In that light Summer Palace and InterContinental Bangkok is delighted to offer an early bird discount from 1 to 15 August with a 15% discount on all mooncake purchases.
For more information, please call Summer Palace on 02 656 0444 ext. 6434.