Tai Thong Mooncakes 2014 – Oriental Splendour 大同集團月餅

This year 2014, the award-winning Mooncake Specialist Tai Thong (大同) celebrates the coming Mid-Autumn Festival with the launch of their delectable new range of creative mooncakes including Dragon Fruit & Coconut Single Yolk and Honey Grapefruit & Mixed Nuts, inspired by the many colours and flavours of our homeland, Malaysia.

Apart from the refreshing new treats, Tai Thong ever-popular classic baked skin mooncakes such as White Lotus Single Yolk (RM16.50/pc),  Lotus Paste (RM14.50), Lotus Paste Single Yolk (RM15.50), Red Bean Paste (RM10.50) and Lotus Paste Double Yolk (RM16.50) is not forgetable, continue to promise a scrumptious experience that preserves the heritage of this age-old tradition.

Tai Thong Master Chef’s tried on numerous experiments in creating the best flavours out of different combinations, creating 5 remarkable new flavours this year from fruity tangs to the sensationally distinct taste of the king of all fruits, while maintaining same price range as in last year for their 2014 mooncakes.

Master Chef demonstrating the snow skin mooncake how-to, skilfully wrapping thin snow skin over sweet filling, pop into the wooden mooncake mould and shape it into beautiful mooncake in just “one knock”.

The launched of Tai Thong Imperial Musang King Royale mooncakes last year was a success, so this year, the restaurant moves a step forward by introducing two new editions to the Durian Mooncakes Range – D24 and Red Prawn made from 100% premium grade durians, both holds a creamy, fragrant and pleasantly smooth texture, aptly named the Premium Durian Duet.

The Premium Durian Duet comes in a box of 4 piece at RM88, where for D24, Tai Thong specialists turned the flesh into creamy clotty pulp and encased the filling in a layer of refreshing snow skin. The Red Prawn, on the other hand, fares a custardy and bold flavour with a touch of bitterness, balanced by the cool touch of snow skin.

At the same time, check out their fruity and colourful new mooncake range- Honey Grapefruit and Mixed Nuts(RM16.50) having refreshing Grapefruit paste perfectly paired with dried fruits, winter melon, almonds and sesame seeds; Dragon Fruit and Coconut Single Yolk (RM16.50) which calls for a novel blend of dragon fruit with aromatic coconut and salted egg yolk; Snow Skin Honey Lemon Grapefruit (RM16.50) – The sweet fragrance of honey grape fruit paste offset by the zesty tinge of lemon.

Check out the Tai Thong 2014 Mooncakes price list as above.

In conjunction with the festival, Tai Thong comes up with four type of Mid-Autumn sets that are priced from RM298++ to RM2388++. Depending on the set chosen, each table will receive one, two or a box of Tai Thong mooncakes. (*Terms and Conditions applied)

Get amazed with one of the dishes available in the set priced at RM498++ and RM798++, the Deep Fried Turbot Fish with Celery, featuring filleted fish “frame” deep fried to crispy golden brown, and the fish fillet being stir fried to coat on a thin layer of savoury sauce.

Tai Thong Mid-Autumn Poon Choy

The savoury highlights for Tai Thong during this Mooncake Festival, Poon Choy! A potful of ingredients, putting together Tian Jin Cabbage, Lotus Root, Beancurd Stick, Wheat Gluten, White Radish, Celery, Poached Chicken, Roast Duck, Brocolli, Pig Trotters, Mushroom, Fish Maw, Dried Oyster, Fresh Prawns and Golden Fish Ball, showered with flavourful dark brown gravy.

Tai Thong makes your meal more healthy with this Special Stir Fried Assorted Grains- Brown rice, pinenuts and white rice stir fried into “wok hei” and texture loaded dish. If you prefer noodle dish, Stewed Yi Mian with Assorted Mushrooms is available too.

Wait no more. Get a taste of Tai Thong Mid-Autumn Festival sweet delights- the mooncakes and savoury delicacies- the poon choy today!

Address:
Tai Thong Chinese Restaurant
Lot 7343 Jalan SS 17/2,
SS 17, 47500 Subang Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia.

Other Outlets (Non-Halal):
Royal China Restaurant (Jln. Bukit Bintang)
Imperial City Restaurant (Cheras)
Tai Thong Odeon Restaurant (Kepong Baru)
Imperial China Restaurant (Subang Jaya)
Imperial Palace Restaurant (Bdr Puchong Jaya)
Imperial Garden restaurant (Petaling Jaya)
Royal China Restaurant (Melaka)
Royal China Restaurant (Ipoh)
Royal China Restaurant (Kota Kinabalu)