From 1st August 2014- 30th September 2014, enhance your mid-autumn festival with a series of made-to-order mooncakes by 帝味 Di Wei Chinese Cuisine Restaurant, Empire Hotel Subang. The varieties may not be as fancy as many other hotels’ mooncakes, but the seriously hand-crafted quality speaks for them.
There are ten types of mooncakes to choose from, available in both traditional baked and refreshing snow skin, priced from RM16.50 onwards- Traditional Baked Red Bean (RM16.50), Traditional Baked Pure Lotus Single Yolk (RM18.00), Traditional Pandan Lotus Single Yolk (RM18.00), Traditional White Lotus Single Yolk (RM20.00), Snow Skin Bamboo Charcoal Single Yolk (RM23.00), Snow Skin White Lotus Single Yolk (RM18.00), Snow Skin Green Tea Single Yolk (RM23.00), Snow Skin Black Sesame Single Yolk (RM20.00), Bamboo Charcoal Single Yolk (RM23.00) and Black Sesame Single Yolk (RM20.00)
Among all the flavours, Snow Skin Green Tea Single Yolk and Snow Skin Black Sesame Single Yolk go into our top list. Both delivers a creamy, not too sweet filling encased within chewy, freshly made snow skin. Can’t doubt that the mooncake from Di Wei Empire Hotel Subang is more value for money, as the size of the snow skin mooncake is almost the same size as the traditional baked ones, which is in opposite way round for many hotels’ mooncakes.
The mid-autumn festival is just around the corner, make sure you grab a few boxes of mooncake to celebrate the occasion with your friends, family and loved ones.
Write Up: Summergirl
Di Wei Chinese Cuisine Restaurant 帝味
(1st floor of Empire Shopping Gallery, next to Popular Bookstore)
Empire Hotel Subang,
47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.