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A Traditiona­l Mooncake Offerings At THE CELESTIAL COURT

The Mid-Autumn Festival is an annual occasion, widely celebrated the Chinese community in Malaysia.


This year the Mid-Autumn offerings by the newly refurbishe­d Chinese restaurant, Celestial Court, at Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel is not to be missed. Celestial Court, popularly for its dim sum and signature roast duck, continues to delight its guests with eight traditiona­l halal mooncake flavours to celebrate this meaningful festival. The mooncakes are presented in uniquely designed box that makes them a perfect gift for family and friends.

To kick-start its auspicious re-opening after a month of refurbishm­ent, Celestial Court features three snow skin mooncakes. The all-time favourite snow skin flavour is making a comeback, which is the Snowy “Musang King” durian flavour, and additional two new flavours, which are the Snowy Azuki and Snowy Chewy Mango.

Also available are the traditiona­l baked mooncakes. For those who do not enjoy mooncakes that are too sweet, one can relish in cane sugar-free pure lotus with single yolk, less sugar pure white lotus with double yolk, less sugar pandan lotus with single yolk, or the evergreen favourite of mixed nuts mooncake.

These mooncakes are available from Aug 1 to Sept 23, with prices starting from RM32. Celestial Court is also offering one box of mooncakes on the house that come with selected menus.

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