Old Seng Choong

Food and Travel (Singapore) - - Festive Delights -

Fans of tra­di­tional baked moon­cakes def­i­nitely have to check out Old Seng Choong's in­au­gu­ral moon­cake line-up this year. Fea­tur­ing seven dif­fer­ent types of baked moon­cakes – pos­si­bly one of the largest en­sem­ble of baked moon­cakes in the mar­ket to­day – cus­tomers can look for­ward to a good mix of tra­di­tional and mod­ern creations such red bean orange peel with yolk blend and pine nuts moon­cake (S$58 for a box of four), cus­tard egg yolk blend moon­cake (S$62 for a box of four), wu ren moon­cake (S$68 for a box of four), and more. Our favourites from the on­line bak­ery's of­fer­ings in­clude the cus­tard egg yolk blend and white lo­tus paste with four yolks (S$68 for a box of four). The for­mer, which com­prises a sweet and smooth egg cus­tard com­ple­mented by a layer of salted egg yolk paste in the mid­dle, of­fers a de­light­ful sweet and salty flavour, while the lat­ter, which con­sists of four whole salted egg yolks, is per­fect for those seek­ing the ul­ti­mate in­dul­gence. Old Seng Choong moon­cakes are avail­able for or­der on­line till 15 Septem­ber, and they can be col­lected from 15 Au­gust on­wards.


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