A Tra­di­tional Moon­cake Of­fer­ings At THE CE­LES­TIAL COURT

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

New Straits Times - - KLASSIFIED­S -

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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