Where To Go For Mouth-Watering Mooncakes This Mid-Autumn Season

Some outlets offer unusual ones including mooncakes in milo, blue pea flower, and even Guinness flavours

Regardless of whether you want to treat yourself or to gift other people, these selected mooncakes definitely do the job of reining in the Mid-Autumn festivities perfectly.

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1. Yàn (from $62 for a box of four) 

If you’re worried about the overkill of mooncakes, Cantonese restaurant Yàn offers the alternative of the steamed milk custard rabbit bun as part of its mooncake quartet. The steamed bun is filled with fragrant sweet and creamy milk custard. But for purists, the restaurant does offer its signatures of the white lotus mooncake variants, including the ones with macadamia nuts and single, double yolks, and our personal favourite – the flaky thousand layer yam mooncakes that come in single or double yolks options.

#05-02 National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957

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