Sunday, September 3, 2017

Mid-Autumn Mooncakes @ Dynasty Restaurant, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel


This Mid-Autumn Festival, indulge in a delectable array of Dynasty's handcrafted mooncakes that will take your taste buds on a pleasure trip. From baked classics to the snow skin, these traditional delicacies are available for purchase at Dynasty Restaurant from 29 August to 4 October 2017 and at Mid Valley Megamall from 14 September to 4 October 2017.



Featuring a selection of 12 types of baked and snowskin mooncakes using pure and natural ingredients, the classic favourite such as the Pandan lotus paste with single salted yolk, low sugar White lotus paste with single salted yolk, Bamboo charcoal green tea black sesame and Red bean paste are perennial favourites on the menu annually price starts from RM27nett per piece.

For those adventurous with new flavour, you could try the modern makeover with memorable new flavours include Red pitaya lotus paste with mango, Honey lotus paste with chocolate, Yam paste with single egg yolk, Alisan tea paste with green tea and Chinese chestnut paste with egg yolk. The mini snow skin mooncake price starts from RM18nett per piece.

Besides the conventional baked mooncakes and the snow skin, Dynasty is also offering a range of baked mini mooncakes.  Ideal as gifts for business associates, family and friends, the mooncakes are packaged in signature boxes with any choice of 4 pieces of traditional mooncake, 6 pieces of baked mini mooncake or 6 pieces of mini snow skin.

Special Offer

  • Free delivery to one location (within 5km radius of Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel) for purchase of 20 boxes and above. Additional charges apply for location outside 5km radius.
  • All pre-paid orders of minimum 10 boxes before 16 September for pick-up between 14 September to 4 October 2017 will receive a 25% discount. 
  • Selected credit card discounts apply. 

For more information please call 603 2771 6692 or email rhi.kulrn.fb@renaissancehotels.com

4 comments:

  1. Aww... The price is not bad and the photo just keep telling me to check them out. Really need to check these mooncakes out as I do believe it can make my family happy to have it.

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  2. This festival looks so cool! Drooling over those mooncakes :0

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  3. I'm really into mooncakes because of the fine taste and how well it's made just impressed me from the first until the last bite. To see that now they've improvise them to new taste, I would love to try the Chinese chestnut with the single egg yolk <3

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  4. i loved the durian snowskin one and the low sugar lotus skin one...they were simply superb

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