16 August 2017

Mid-autumn celebrations at the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

Source: InterContinental Kuala Lumpur. Snowskin with durian and salted caramel chocolate.
Source: InterContinental Kuala Lumpur. This snowskin mooncake with durian and salted caramel chocolate is the signature mooncake for 2017.

Tao Chinese Cuisine, part of the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur, is offering 10 flavours of mooncakes this year. The Tao Chinese Cuisine mooncakes are available till 4 October in six baked and four snowskin offerings handmade daily by master dim sum chef Lo Tian Sion. The season’s selections are packed in luminous gold or charcoal grey boxes.

The InterContinental Kuala Lumpur recommends scarlet baked snow skin with pandan and salted egg bean paste, bamboo charcoal with assorted nut paste, and snow skin with pure durian and salted caramel chocolate - the signature flavour for 2017.

Other flavours for baked mooncakes include white lotus paste with single egg yolk, pure white lotus paste with nuts, Shanghai mooncake with single egg yolk, and golden jade.

Snow skin delights include sesame snow skin with Japanese purple potato and green tea and marble snow skin with pandan paste and single egg yolk. The unusual roselle snow skin with cheese and spirulina paste mooncake has a slight acid bite balanced by tangy spirulina. Snowskin varieties are priced from RM28 nett per piece.

Tao Chinese Cuisine's baked mooncakes are halal certified.


Check out the brochure for Tao Chinese Cuisine mooncakes

Get the mooncakes at the InterContinental Kuala Lumpur lobby, 165 Japan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur 50450, Malaysia.

Prices start at RM26 for a baked mooncake. There is a 25% discount for box purchases and early bird pricing till 20 August for a minimum purchase of 10 boxes of four. Bulk purchase discounts are available. Discounts also apply for selected credit cards.