The Peninsula Bangkok returns with timeless egg custard mooncakes and new flavours for mid-autumn festival

In celebration of the mid-autumn festival, The Peninsula Bangkok announces the return of its highly sought-after timeless Egg Custard Mooncakes, along with an exciting new selection of assorted flavours, in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival. This year’s collection features egg custard, red bean, yuzu, and durian mooncakes, perfect for sharing with family and friends and creating joyful memories.

For over 35 years, Spring Moon’s Michelin-starred chefs have crafted exquisite Egg Custard Mooncakes for the Mid-Autumn Festival. Originating at The Peninsula Hong Kong in 1986, these delicacies blend Eastern traditions with Western culinary expertise. Passed down to Peninsula Hotels’ Chinese chefs, including at The Peninsula Bangkok, these coveted Egg Custard Mooncakes feature a creamy, velvety filling encased in a crispy golden pastry.

In addition to the signature egg custard mooncakes, The Peninsula is introducing three new flavours crafted from the finest ingredients- Refreshing Yuzu: bursting with citrusy freshness, Indulgent Durian: a creamy delight for durian enthusiasts, Classic Red Bean: timelessly delicious with a perfect balance of sweetness.

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Each mooncake, filled with egg custard and decadent assorted flavours, undergoes a series of precise processes before being baked to a golden-brown perfection. Every step, from selecting the finest ingredients like milk, butter, cream, flour, and eggs to the final baking, is executed with the highest level of expertise by professional chefs.

The Egg Custard Mooncake with the ‘Dragon Fish’ pattern conveys auspiciousness in its original style, designed exclusively for Mei Jiang Restaurant. Beautifully packaged in an octagonal red box made of eco-friendly, biodegradable materials and decorated with a lotus flower pattern, this special box contains 8 pieces of original egg custard or a mix of assorted flavours of mooncakes.

Crafted in limited quantities, the mooncakes are available for purchase now and can be picked up from 20 July to 17 September 2024. This beautifully presented box makes them perfect for gifting and celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival.

The Peninsula Bangkok returns with timeless egg custard mooncakes and new flavours for mid-autumn festival | News by Thaiger

Mooncake Selection and Pricing:

  • Mooncake with Egg Custard (1 Piece): 298 Baht per box
  • Mooncake with Egg Custard ‘Heart Shape’ (1 Piece): 298 Baht per box
  • Mooncake with Egg Custard (8 Pieces): 1,088 Baht per box
  • Mooncake with Egg Custard ‘Heart Shape’ (8 Pieces): 1,088 Baht per box
  • Mooncake with Assorted Flavours (8 Pieces): 1,288 Baht per box

To order, call 0-2020-6969, email, or visit Peninsula’s website.

Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with The Peninsula Bangkok’s exquisite mooncakes and create lasting memories with your loved ones!

About The Peninsula Bangkok

Nestled on the western bank of the Chao Phraya River in Thonburi’s vibrant heritage district, The Peninsula Bangkok offers the best of both worlds: easy access to the city’s treasures and a tranquil sanctuary. The resort’s lush waterside property features a sweeping lawn, an expansive infinity pool surrounded by tropical gardens, 367 luxurious rooms and suites, and a range of sumptuous onsite amenities. These include four restaurants serving world-class Eastern and Western cuisine, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, and an opulent spa offering a variety of treatments and daily wellness activities.

About Mei Jiang Restaurant

Mei Jiang is an elegant destination for classic Cantonese cuisine, nestled in a refined dining room with views of the resort’s tropical gardens and the Chao Phraya River. At both lunch and dinner, guests can enjoy a variety of traditional specialties and dim sum, expertly crafted by Chinese Executive Chef Ho King Yip. The menus feature the finest locally and internationally sourced ingredients, offering flavorful soups, delicious noodle and rice dishes, fresh seafood, and sumptuous barbecued meats. The lunch menu includes bountiful dim sum choices such as steamed, baked, and wok-fried dumplings and buns. All dishes are served family-style and can be paired with fine wines or premium artisanal teas. For a truly exceptional experience, Mei Jiang Exclusive offers a sublime nine-course evening meal for one table (up to four people) per night.

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