$35 for Box of 4 White Lotus Single Yolk Mooncakes (Worth $50) + Complimentary $38 Xin Cuisine Voucher at Holiday Inn Atrium
- Traditional golden mooncakes
- Sleek turquoise boxes
- Packaged and ideal as gifts
- Made by chefs with 60 years combined experience
- Limited Groupons available
Collect at Holiday Inn Hotel Lobby Redemption Counter (daily 12pm-7pm). Groupon printout MUST be presented.
Valid for turquoise box mooncakes only, subject to availability.
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With more than six decades of combined experience under their belts, chefs Kwan Yiu Kan and Cheung Kin Nam are masters of delightful food, desserts and confectionaries, concocting tasty creations that have garnered multiple accolades since 1988. Celebrate the coming Mid-Autumn festival in zest with these delectable, traditional golden mooncakes, which make for fantastic gifts while wrapped in their sleek turquoise boxes.
Receive a complimentary $38 voucher to sample some of their sumptuous signature dishes alongside these sweet treats, and enjoy an authentic Cantonese dining experience at the Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant.
"Blue isn’t a colour you would normally associate with food. And that’s exactly how Holiday Inn Atrium shines with their impressive take on the durian mooncake. The most interesting thing about this Peranakan mooncake is its stunning colour: a deep purplish blue derived from blue pea flower. The colouring also gives the skin a sweetened tang. Enveloped within is a rich and silky smooth durian purée. Durian fans, this one may just send you to the moon! ($42 for 6)" - Sparklette Review
"This bestseller was created 19 years ago by one of Xin Cuisine Restaurant's longest-serving chef, Cheung Kin Nam. Chef Cheung wisely retained several elements of the traditional mooncake - there is salted egg yolk, as well as the traditional crust, which is very lightly baked. The real difference lies in the egg custard filling, which is creamy, moist and has just the right amount of sweetness. What makes this mooncake such a winner is the deft blending of the different tastes and textures of the three main components - the skin, the filling and the egg yolk. The combination just works - there's really no other way to describe it." - Asiaone Review"Xin's Cuisine at Holiday Inn Atrium continues to churn out superior-quality mooncakes with premium-quality lotus seed paste. To savour Lamborghini's version, you just got to be an owner of one of their luxury sports cars or do some form of important business with them. Shaped like its logo, theirchunky mooncakes for business clients are top-notch - pure white lotus paste and two salted yolks make up the decadent stuffing." - SoShiok Review