You don’t have to be Chinese (or Thai for that matter) to be able to join in with the annual Mooncake Festival which is one of the high points in the Chinese festival and holiday calendar.
During this period of a month, family and friends offer each other boxes of delicious mooncakes which, in China, can be found nationwide in both 24 hour convenience stores and gourmet food shops alike. Here in Bangkok the festivities will be centered around the city’s China Town – commonly referred to as Yarowat.

Mooncakes are an integral part of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, including here in Thailand where many Thai people are of Chinese heritage. The cakes are round – like the full moon – and are made from a sweet, thick pastry and filled with different fillings. Traditionally the filling is salted egg yolk but these days anything goes!

If you’re intrigued and don’t fancy the hustle and bustle of China Town, you can celebrate the mooncake festival in style at the Crowne Plaza where  Chef Lam Kok Weng and his team will be holding court in the Xin Tian Di Chinese Restaurant. Five different flavours will be on offer:  Durian with egg yolk, lotus, custard, mixed seed, and chilled cappuccino.

The mooncakes are available for individual purchase from 150 baht per cake or in boxes. Pre-order your cakes from the Crown Plaza or visit the hotel’s special mooncake booths at the following malls:
Siam Paragon and Emporium – from 9th till 19th September 2013
Central Silom Complex – from 3th till 12th September 2013
Central Rama III – from 3th till 19th September 2013

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