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Light Up Your Lantern This Mid-Autumn At Hutong

September 8, 2015 Food & Beverage No Comments Email Email

unnamed (8)Reminiscent of an ancient family courtyard in one of Beijing’s fast disappearing historical neighbourhoods – Hutong at One Peking, takes Chinese tradition to heart.

This September, Hutong invites guests to join in on the Mid-Autumn celebrations with traditional 10-dish festival menu of seasonal Chinese fare including auspicious dishes usually enjoyed during this time, and to receive hand-crafted Mid-Autumn lanterns of true-to-tradition design.

On three evenings this September 26th, 27th and 28thnights of Mid-Autumn, diners can watch Chinese lanterns be personalised by experienced calligrapher Master Sum, inscribing seasonal greetings for guests to take-away as a memento of celebrations this year and join in on the annual tradition, where children and adults alike, carry colourful lanterns in to the streets and parks.

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Large Pork Dumpling served with dried scallop often featured at Chinese festive gatherings

The delicious 10-dish Mid-Autumn Festival Menu is available starting September 7th to the end of the month, featuring Mid-Autumn, largePork Dumpling served with dried scallop and Bird’s Nest in coconut almond soup with glutinous rice dumplings, a traditional Mid-Autumn dessert that is said to appear as yellow lunar moons floating in the sky.

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Traditional Mid-Autumn Dessert: Bird’s Nest in coconut almond soup with glutinous rice dumplings

Hutong’s Mid-Autumn Festival Menu is available at $1088+10% for per person. Every two diners enjoying the menu will receive a personalised hand-crafted lantern by Master Sum at no charge.


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