Make the most of the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival with authentic mooncakes from Silk Road Cantonese Restaurant and The Bakery at Plaza Athénée Bangkok, A Royal Méridien Hotel, exclusively available from now until 15 September, 2016.
One of the most important festivals in China, the Mid-Autumn Festival is when families gather together to light lanterns, share mooncakes and swap stories about legends of the moon. In Chinese folklore, the full moon is a symbol for family reunions, which is why the Mid-Autumn Festival is also known as a time for family get-togethers.
Also known as the Moon Festival, it is celebrated when the moon is at its fullest and brightest which also traditionally denotes the end of the summer harvest season.
As its name suggests, the culinary highlight of the festival is the mooncake, traditionally shared among family members while moon-watching, or given as gifts to family, friends and business associates.
Using meticulously selected ingredients our expert chefs create the most delicious crusts and fillings, including:
· Mon Thong Durian with egg
· Eight Prodigies
· Five nuts with egg
· Green Tea with Red Bean
· Lotus Seed with egg
All tastefully wrapped or beautifully boxed as a gift for someone significant.
THB 888 net (04 pcs / box)
THB 180 net/piece (160 g)