Feng Shui Inn

Food and Travel (Singapore) - - Festive Delights -

This year, Re­sorts World Sen­tosa presents tra­di­tional moon­cakes with a mod­ern twist from the Joël Roubu­chon Restau­rant and Feng Shui Inn. If you have a sweet tooth, in­dulge in ex­trav­a­gant snowskin moon­cakes from Joël Roubu­chon Restau­rant such as the cham­pagne ganache, salted caramel moon­cake and rasp­berry ganache moon­cake (S$95 for a box of 9 in all 3 flavours). For the health con­scious, Feng Shui Inn’s Hong Kong-born Chi­nese ex­ec­u­tive chef Li Kwok Kwong has cre­ated the Feng Shui Inn pre­mium white lo­tus paste with wild cordy­cep, pearl pow­der and red bean cus­tard moon­cake (S$88 for a box of 6) just for you. Tra­di­tion­al­ists who en­joy baked moon­cakes will de­light in the RWS baked trea­sures moon­cakes box also from Feng Shui Inn, fea­tur­ing the low sugar white lo­tus paste moon­cake, white lo­tus paste with dou­ble yolk, as­sorted nuts “Ng Yan” moon­cakes along with a new flavour – the sea salt black sesame with green bean moon­cake (S$62 for a box of 4). The snowskin moon­cakes are avail­able ex­clu­sively at Joël Robuchon in lim­ited quan­ti­ties. Pre-or­der is re­quired at least 5 days in ad­vance. For or­ders, call 65/6577-7888. To place your or­der for the tra­di­tional baked moon­cakes, call 65/6577-6599. www.rwsen­tosa.com

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