Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with delicious traditional mooncakes from The Okura Prestige Bangkok’s La Patisserie.
Across the Far East the annual Mid-Autumn Festival marks the period after the summer harvest, particularly in China where farmers give thanks for a successful crop. In Chinese culture mooncakes also symbolise togetherness. Hence, when given to friends and colleagues as seasonal gifts or to family members as tokens of love, these sweet delights beautifully wrapped with Japanese traditional wrapping cloth, Furoshiki, are sure to please. Made with intricately patterned light, flakey crusts and filled with four delicious flavours – Durian Single Yolk, Purple Sweet Potato Single Yolk, Green Tea and Custard – the mooncakes are the perfect accompaniment to a refreshing cup of tea.
Traditional mooncakes are available at La Patisserie from Mondays – Fridays, 07:00 – 19:00 from 8 September – 1 October 2020. Priced at Baht 198 net per piece; Baht 988 net per box of 4 pieces.
Early bird orders made between 17 – 31 August 2020 receive 10% discount on orders of 20-100 boxes; 15% on 101-200 boxes; and 20% for 201 boxes up. (50% deposit required for early bird orders).
La Patisserie is located on the ground floor, Park Ventures Ecoplex. Open Monday – Friday from 07:00 – 19:00. For more information, please contact 02 687 9000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prices are inclusive of 7% government tax.