Hotel ushers in Mid-Autumn fest with indulgent mooncakes


Hilton Kuching’s Lunar Reunion mooncake series.

Hilton Kuching, Sarawak, welcomes the Mid-Autumn Festival with its Lunar Reunion baked mooncake series featuring both classic and modern flavours.

This year’s mooncake box design pays homage to the auspicious full moon with its circular shape embossed in striking gold on the cover.

Within the box, four individual cake boxes make up a full circle to represent the harmonious reunion of family members during the festival.

This traditional baked mooncake box series (four pieces) is available at the hotel until Sept 10, and is priced at RM158 nett.

Customers have a choice of white lotus paste, lotus paste with single yolk, pandan paste with single yolk, red bean paste with almond flakes, mung bean with single yolk and green tea with melon seed.

Meanwhile, Toh Yuen Restaurant in Hilton Kuching has come up with its premium Mid-Autumn Reunion sets from RM888 nett for a table of five persons.

There will be joy in the air as families savour the best of Teochew, Mongolian, Szechuan and Cantonese cooking showcased through carefully crafted menus.

Delicacies include Steamed Tiger Garoupa Fish Teochew-Style, Honey Salted Egg Yolk Prawns, Crispy Shredded Duck Meat Pancake with Plum Sauce and Wok-fried Lamb Leg with Mongolian Sauce.

Other must-try creations are Braised Fish Lip and Crabmeat Soup Szechuan-Style, Steamed Barramundi Fish with Special Soy Sauce, Braised Freshwater King Prawns Vietnamese-Style and Boneless Hong Kong Roasted Duck with Flower Bun.

Each reunion set comes with two types of desserts, including a Lunar Reunion mooncake box with four baked mooncakes.For details, call 082-223 888 or shop online at eatdrinkhilton.com/shop/hilton-kuching/

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