To The Moon And Back, Get Your Hands On These Mooncakes


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Legend has it that Chinese emperors would offer mooncakes to the moon during autumn to pray for a plentiful harvest for the following year.

This period – which falls on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month – is popularly known as Mid-Autumn or Night of the Moon.

In observance of this tradition, Shangri-La Hotels across the UAE have unveiled a selection of yummy mooncakes, including new regional flavours exclusively made by chefs from the hotel’s five restaurants in the region.

Mooncakes at Shangri-La

The usual favourites, namely, Lotus Seed Paste, Coconut Green Tea, Red Bean and Mixed Nut, are still very much around for foodies to re-experience.

Meanwhile, the new regional mooncake flavours are dates, pistachio and saffron – all handcrafted by the hotel’s chefs from Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the UAE, Bosphorus in Istanbul and New Delhi in India.

Mooncakes at Shangri-La

These mooncakes come in nicely presented boxes with star constellations decoration – impressive isn’t it?

Boxes of four are available for AED 288 from 1st to 13th September, but excited mooncake fans can enjoy a 20 per cent discount if they order before 5th September.

Shangri-La, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi, Khor Al Maqta.

Call: 02-5098555, www.shangri-la.com/abudhabi/shangrila


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