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    What are your recommendations for mooncakes with mid autumn fest around the corner?

    For myself am looking out for "unconventional" flavours ie not the usual white lotus seed paste fillings

    But feel free to discuss all..

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    I really enjoy the mooncakes by raffles hotel. A fren of my had her wedding there last year, and during the cocktail time, it was like eat all you can.

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    There`s the mao shan wang snow skin mooncake
    http://www.quaysidedining.com/pj/edm...o_20100715.htm

    or bird nest mooncake among others

    http://www.mooncakes.com.sg/prod_cat...cat1=Mooncakes

    But i tink i will be trying the mao shang wang, sounds nice

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    I love the ones from goodwood park, pricey but tasty! As usual, snow skins are still my favourite!*yummy!!!*
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    Quote Originally Posted by mabmy View Post
    I love the ones from goodwood park, pricey but tasty! As usual, snow skins are still my favourite!*yummy!!!*
    Den you should try this
    http://www.pjmooncake.com/products/index/6

    Anyone tried Snowskin Liquer b4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy81 View Post
    There`s the mao shan wang snow skin mooncake
    http://www.quaysidedining.com/pj/edm...o_20100715.htm

    or bird nest mooncake among others

    http://www.mooncakes.com.sg/prod_cat...cat1=Mooncakes

    But i tink i will be trying the mao shang wang, sounds nice
    Sounds expensive also

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy81 View Post
    There`s the mao shan wang snow skin mooncake
    http://www.quaysidedining.com/pj/edm...o_20100715.htm

    or bird nest mooncake among others

    http://www.mooncakes.com.sg/prod_cat...cat1=Mooncakes

    But i tink i will be trying the mao shang wang, sounds nice
    Park Hotel mao shanh wang 4 pcs per box $88... expensive!

    I prefer Marriot Hotel durian mooncake...better than Goodwork Park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheerful88 View Post
    Park Hotel mao shanh wang 4 pcs per box $88... expensive!

    I prefer Marriot Hotel durian mooncake...better than Goodwork Park.
    1 mooncake $22

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    Lavender cake house ones in JB are pretty good. Especially like the charcoal mooncake (good for digestion too)

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    Bought mine from Majestic Hotel for S$52 w/o GST. 5 Stars in i weekly and it really is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy81 View Post
    There`s the mao shan wang snow skin mooncake
    http://www.quaysidedining.com/pj/edm...o_20100715.htm

    or bird nest mooncake among others

    http://www.mooncakes.com.sg/prod_cat...cat1=Mooncakes

    But i tink i will be trying the mao shang wang, sounds nice
    for mao shan wang snow skin.
    i bought it last year. it was good.
    need to keep frozen cost the skin is very soft. the content is pure mao shan wang durian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mabmy View Post
    I love the ones from goodwood park, pricey but tasty! As usual, snow skins are still my favourite!*yummy!!!*
    ate the durian snowskin from goodwood park.
    my verdict was... not good.
    the snowskin does not feel like snow skin. the texture is like jelly and it taste like jelly.
    durian paste i think they mixed in some jelly like stuff. it has the jelly texture.
    the whole skin did not cover the whole content.
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    last year I bought the baked ones from Fullerton hotel and we loved the one with pineapple and nuts as compared to the traditional lotus with yolk.
    this year, i'm gonna get a box of 4 of the pineapple and nut one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowspeeder View Post
    I really enjoy the mooncakes by raffles hotel. A fren of my had her wedding there last year, and during the cocktail time, it was like eat all you can.
    +1

    for me its a must to have raffles hotel mooncakes every year

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    never fancy moon cakes......... dunno why, see liao no appetite......
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    Getting mooncake from 大中國 @ Chinatown next week. Good old traditional mooncakes by them.
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