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Mouthwatering desserts from Monteur Malaysia
Apr19

Mouthwatering desserts from Monteur Malaysia

I’ve always loved desserts and it’s one of my favorite course coz it’s absolutely delicious and makes you happy after. In fact if you were to spell the word “stressed” backwards you get DESSERT! So, who doesn’t like desserts right? If you’ve been reading my blog, you might have guessed that I’m a big fan of Japanese food; sashimi, sushi, teppanyaki, sukiyaki…I just love them all....

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Good Chen (谷城饼棧) Mooncake : Mooncakes for everyone in the family!
Sep08

Good Chen (谷城饼棧) Mooncake : Mooncakes for everyone in the family!

During the Mid-Autumn Festival, it’s a tradition to feast on mooncakes. Back then, we only have the traditional baked mooncakes in round shape coz it symbolizes family reunion and it’s only available in either white lotus or red bean paste. Now, mooncakes come in all sorts of shapes and available in a variety of flavours too. This post, I’ll be sharing with you some adorable character mooncakes featuring Hello Kitty,...

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Delectable Mooncakes from Grand Harbour Dim Sum & Chinese Cuisine Restaurant (大港茶樓)
Sep07

Delectable Mooncakes from Grand Harbour Dim Sum & Chinese Cuisine Restaurant (大港茶樓)

The Mid-Autumn Festival is the second most important celebration for the Chinese after Chinese New Year. It’s the time to have gathering with family members. And Mooncake Festival is incomplete without eating mooncakes. This year, Grand Harbour offers twelve varieties of hand-crafted mooncakes, both traditional and snow skin mooncakes with one new flavour; Golden Emerald Dates mooncake. Classic favourites include White Lotus...

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Mid-Autumn Festival 2016 : Kee Wah Bakery (奇華餅家) Mooncake from Hong Kong
Sep06

Mid-Autumn Festival 2016 : Kee Wah Bakery (奇華餅家) Mooncake from Hong Kong

With just about two weeks away from the Mid-Autumn Festival, have you gotten your Mooncake fix yet? From traditional baked mooncakes to snowskin mooncakes and ice cream mooncakes, you’ll be spoilt for choices when buying mooncakes as gifts for family and friends. For this post, I’ll be sharing some mouthwatering mooncakes from Kee Wah Bakery (奇華餅家), a well-known bakery originated from Hong Kong. Kee Wah Bakery takes pride...

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Premium Japanese & Ice Cream mooncakes from Chateraise Malaysia
Sep05

Premium Japanese & Ice Cream mooncakes from Chateraise Malaysia

Chateraise is a popular patisserie originated from Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. They have more than 450 stores across Japan with 2 outlets in Malaysia; Isetan KLCC and Isetan 1 Utama. Chateraise’s prides itself in creating impressive and delicious cakes, pastries and cream puffs. This Mooncake season, Chateraise offers Japanese mooncakes in six flavors like Prune, Milk, Strawberry, Uji Matcha Green Tea, Fruits Mix and Black...

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Handcrafted Mooncakes from Celestial Court (天宝阁), Sheraton Imperial KL
Sep02

Handcrafted Mooncakes from Celestial Court (天宝阁), Sheraton Imperial KL

Looking for traditional lotus paste with salted egg yolk fillings, or adventurous flavours like salted caramel, durian and teh tarik? The Mid-Autumn Festival is here again for 2016 and it falls on 15th September 2016. It’s not only a time of celebration and reunion with family, but it’s also the season to eat, give and receive mooncakes. This year, Sheraton Imperial KL’s Celestial Court launches a total of eight special...

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Snowskin Mooncakes from Oriental Group of Restaurants
Aug30

Snowskin Mooncakes from Oriental Group of Restaurants

What is Mid-Autumn Festival all about? For me, the Mid-Autumn Festival is about getting together with family and loved ones to celebrate the festive season. It’s a tradition to play lanterns, gaze at the bright and round (full) moon and also eat mooncakes 🙂 There are generally two types of mooncakes; traditional baked and non-baked mooncakes or better known as snowskin mooncakes. Don’t ask me which do I prefer cox I loved...

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KOMUGI Otsukimi Mooncakes for Mid-Autumn Festival
Aug29

KOMUGI Otsukimi Mooncakes for Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated by Chinese on the 15th day of the 8th month month of the Chinese lunar calendar. But do you know that Japanese also celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival known as Otsukimi or Tsukimi on the very same day? Similar to Mid-Autumn Festival, Otsukimi is the time to eat dango (round and soft glutinous rice cakes) and admire the beautiful moon. This year, Komugi offers a delectable set of Otsukimi Rabbits...

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