Pick your Moon cake the traditional way
Welcome and check the best traditional mooncakes for 2012. Mooncakes are the highlight of China’s annual Mid-Autumn Moon Festival. This August Mooncake will tour the Baltics with an acoustic program. Traditional moon cakes are round pastries filled with lotus seed paste with one to four egg yolks, weight about 180 grams each. The more egg yolks in the moon cake, the more expensive it is and more prestigious when present them as presents to relatives. You can buy mooncake one by one though shops always sell their mooncakes in a tin box of 4.
So where would you actually find the best traditional mooncakes in Singapore, the old-fashioned and with no dubious fillings?
Walk in to Bakerzin’s Red Bean Baked Mooncake-
We say this every year, but Bakerzin’s mooncakes never fail to surprise us with its consistently excellent quality. As it turns out, you don’t need ornate boxes or extravagant ingredients to make a lasting impression — the fragrant red bean paste packed within a firm crust in Bakerzin’s new Red Bean Baked Mooncake does a pretty darn good job on its own.
Price: S$52 for four pieces