Celebrate the blooming beauty of Mid-Autumn Festival with delightful handmade mooncakes by award winning Tao Chinese Cuisine, baking fresh daily from 1 August to 27 September 2015. Adhering to its repute of traditional-meets-modern, this year’s range of mooncakes are priced from RM20nett per piece and comprises infusion of new, enriching ingredients such as the Japanese purple potato paste and yam omachi, along with pumpkin and Malaysia’s must have “red prawn” durian paste!
The exquisite mooncake delicacies carefully crafted by dim sum chef Lo Tion Sion features old time favourites and new flavours handmade individually, to ensure good quality and taste are packed within each piece. The classic baked mooncakes are priced from RM28nett per piece, starting with white lotus paste with almond nuts and single salted egg yolk (单黃榄仁白莲蓉月饼) representing the bright full moon during the festival; best-seller of white lotus paste with double salted egg yolks and almond nuts (双黃榄仁白莲蓉月饼); and pure white lotus paste with almond nuts (榄仁白莲蓉月饼). Chef’s recommendation this festive is a new flavour with bamboo charcoal skin – a fascinating new addition to the baked skin series combining the fragrance of assorted nut (竹炭五仁月饼) in a distinctive charcoal crust. Another addition to this year’s baked skin series, the scarlet snow skin, includes the refined flavours of sweet snow skin infused with pandan and salted egg bean paste blend (雪桃红翡翠咸豆蓉月饼), promising a classic baked skin experience unlike any other.
The vibrant baked mooncake series is complemented with the endearing delights of mini snow skin mooncakes, priced from RM20nett per piece. The snow skin stars this year is a rich blend of mini “red prawn” durian moon cake with egg cream (迷妳冰皮紅蝦榴莲奶油月饼); mini tiramisu paste with assorted honey nuts (迷妳冰皮提垃米苏蜜糖果仁干月饼); and mini chestnut paste with diced hawthorn and pineapple paste (迷妳冰皮律子山楂鳳梨月饼), a petite beauty created with sprays of red hawthorn, making it a lovely, rosy treat perfect for picture opportunities. Absolutely irresistible, the mini peanut butter snow skin, instilled with Japanese purple potato paste and yam omachi (迷妳花生冰皮日本紫薯芋茸麻糍月饼), is a great blend of Chinese and Japanese, with a surprise of omachi in the heart of the mooncake. The variant of mini snow skin will enthral guests with other choices of mini snow skin with pandan coconut paste in single yolk (迷妳冰皮翡翠椰茸单黄月饼); and mini yam and white skin with pumpkin and green tea paste (迷妳鸳鸯冰皮绿茶金瓜泥月饼).
The classic baked mooncakes and mini snow skin mooncakes collection comes designed in the custom InterContinental icon and imperial wording imprint, giving it a regal touch. Packed in vibrant gift boxes encased by a butterfly motif, the mooncake collection makes a great gifting choice for friends and family with elements synonymous with the illusion of mid-autumn season’s flower blossoms on a night of moon-gazing.
Enjoy the various flavours of handmade mooncake delicacies with the Early Bird discount, available for orders before 27 August with full payment received;
● 15% discount for a minimum order of 1 – 100 boxes
● 20% discount for a minimum order of over 101 boxes
Bulk purchase discounts are available for purchases from 28 August to 27 September;
● 10% discount for 51 – 100 boxes
● 15% discount for over 101 boxes and above
Complimentary delivery services within the Kuala Lumpur City Centre and Klang Valley is available upon request for purchases of 20 boxes or more (one drop only). Credit card users for Maybank, Citibank, and CIMB will also enjoy a 15% discount for boxes. For reservation or more information, call Tao Chinese Cuisine at 03-2782 6000 or email the team at [email protected] Tao Chinese Cuisine is a pork-free restaurant and is open daily from noon to 2:30 pm for lunch and 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm for dinner. Visit us at www.intercontinental-kl.com.my, follow us Facebook and Instagram @intercontinental.kualalumpur and Twitter @ interconkl.
Tao is designed to bring guests authentic and memorable dining experiences through the revival of traditional cooking techniques, tailored by the skills of multiple award winning executive chef Wong Lian You, and exceptional menu items. “Tao”, which means peach in Chinese, is decorated graciously with bloom of the pale pink peach flowers and features hundreds of ornate Chinese teapots. The restaurant houses six elegant private rooms all named after the dynasties in China – Han, Song, Tang, Yuan, Ming, and Qin.