The 21 places to find Singapore’s best mooncakes in 2019

Get into my belly! With the Mid-Autumn Festival just around the corner (13 September), here is where you can find some of Singapore’s best mooncakes for lots of prosperity, joy, good memories, and happy tummies.

Raffles Hotel

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What’s on offer: Raffles favourites like the Champagne Truffle Snowskin and Cognac Truffle Snowskin are back this year! In addition to these treats, there is a new flavour –Avocado and Mango Yuzu Snowskin. This new creation is a blend of mango and yuzu puree with avocados and flaxseeds.

Price: S$76 per 8 pieces of snowskins or from S$76 per 4 traditional pieces.

How to get them: Order online

JW Marriott Singapore

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What’s on offer: JW Marriott knows how to keep it fresh. This year’s collection features alcohol, fruit, tea, durian, nut and osmanthus-based flavours. We’re particularly looking forward to the Tian Mi Mi cakes which are filled with Spiced Whisky, Honey and Mandarins.

Price: From S$74 for a box of 4 for traditional mooncakes and from S$72 for a box of 8 snowskin mooncakes.

How to get them: Order online

Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza

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What’s on offer: The range of flavours from Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza never fails to impress. This year, we’re most looking forward to trying out their Golden Red Date Baked Mooncake with Pistachio, Jambon de Bayonne, Sesame and Salted Egg, and the Raspberry Yoghurt Snowskin Mooncake with Rosemary Honey Praline. The Golden Red Date mooncakes come with a two-tier gold satin box along with a bottle of premium wine. Other exciting flavours include the White Lotus Seed Paste Baked Mooncake with Jambon de Bayonne, Lavender & Pistachio and the White Lotus Paste Baked Mooncake with Double Yolk.

Price: Prices start at S$70 for a box of 4 (traditional) and from S$70 for a box of 8 (snow skin). The premium gift set will set you back S$238.

How to get them: Order online

Bakerzin

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What’s on offer: Bakerzin’s latest line-up features a boba-inspired Bobba Love Collection, and a new baked skin Bean There Collection. We’re most looking forward to getting our hands on the Fruity Fun Collection which includes Orange Chia Seed, Strawberry Chia Seed, Honeydew Chia See and Lychee Chia Seed Snowskins.

Price: Traditional collections start at S$30 per box of two. Snowskin collections start at S$60 per box of 8 pieces.

How to get them: Order online

Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore

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What’s on offer: This is one where you’ll want to hold onto the packaging long after the mooncakes are gone. The red or gold packaging can be transformed into a stationary box. Inside the box, there is a magnetic desk calendar, a miniature photo frame, and a three-slot pen holder.

As for the mooncakes, you’ll find an assortment of cakes with flavours like Durian, Martinis, White Lotus Seed Paste with Double Yolk and White Lotus Seed Paste with Black Sesame.

Price: From S$78 per box of 4 traditional mooncakes and S$72 per box of 8 snowskin mooncakes.

How to get them: Order online

Mandarin Orchard Singapore

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What’s on offer: The Mandarin Orchard might have just pulled off the cutest mooncakes we’ve ever seen with their Limited Edition Piglet-shaped Mooncake. The piglet comes in two flavours – Azuki Red Bean Paste, and Low Sugar White Lotus Paste. Other mooncakes include the Lychee Martini and Chocolate Snow Skin Mooncake, and the Mixed Nuts and Jamón Ibérico Baked Mooncake.

Price: Traditional collections start at S$73 per box of four. Snowskin collections start at S$70 per box of eight pieces. The Piglets are S$32 apiece.

How to get them: To order, call +65 6831 6320 or email them at festivedesk.orchard@meritushotels.com.

Pan Pacific Singapore

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What’s on offer: This year, proceeds from Pan Pacific’s mooncake sales are being donated to the Autism Resource Centre. The boxes are designed to feature artwork from some of the centre’s autistic (and very talented) alumni.

There are twelve types available, featuring flavours like Charcoal Black Sesame Seed Paste with Melon Seeds, Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin, Earl Grey and Cherry Snowskin, and White Lotus Seed Paste with Single Yolk.

Price: Traditional collections start at S$74.70 per box of four. Snowskin collections start at S$73.62 per box of four pieces. A special tote bag is also available for $15 – $10 of which will be donated to the Autism Resource Centre.

How to get them: Order online

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InterContinental Singapore

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What’s on offer: The InterContinental’s Man Fu Yuan restaurant is once again serving up its signature rose-shaped snowskin mooncakes. Infused with Ronnefeldt tea, flavours include Soft Peach Tea with Pumpkin Seeds and Ginger Passionfruit Jelly Truffle, and Peppermint Tea with Chia Seeds and Lemon Hibiscus Jelly Truffle.

They also have plenty of traditional baked mooncakes available, consisting of white and red lotus pastes. If you’re not into sugar, low sugar versions are also available.

Price: Traditional collections start at S$68 per box of four. Snowskin collections start at S$76 per box of four pieces. Bundles are available from S$138.

How to get them: Order online

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

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What’s on offer: The Fullerton Golden Custard Mini Mooncakes, which combine salted egg yolk and sweet custard, are back, along with a line-up of new flavours with a local flair like Bandung Snow Skin Mooncakes and Ondeh Ondeh Snow Skin Mooncakes.

The Fullerton offers Halal mooncakes, so this is the perfect place to go if you need your treats to be certified.

Price: Boxes of both traditional and snowskin mooncakes start at S$62. Premium gift sets start at S$198.

How to get them: Order online

Hilton Singapore

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What’s on offer: We love the limited edition designer handbag packaging that the Hilton Singapore’s mooncakes are coming in this year (although, you can also choose a four-tier tiffin carrier). The packages hold four mooncakes each, and there are some exciting flavours we can’t wait to get our hands-on. Flavours include Blueberry Cheesecake and Lychee Chocolate Truffle snowskin. There is also a Purple Sweet Potato with Walnut Mooncake.

Price: Boxes of both traditional and snowskin varieties with four pieces start at S$62.

How to get them: Find the order form here.

Kam’s Roast

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What’s on offer: For a Singaporean first, try out the Roast Duck Mooncake with Assorted Nuts and Red Bean Orange Peel. There is also the Red Bean Chenpi which is layered with orange peels that have been aged for 23 years.

Price: Boxes of four pieces start at S$68.

How to get them: Order at a Kam’s Roast store.

Regent Singapore

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What’s on offer: Each of the Regent’s restaurants came up with a unique flavour this year, creating a pretty incredible collection. Flavours include Basilico Truffle Carbonara, Osmanthus Tea and Purple Cauliflower, and sugar-free Pandan Custard. We’re most looking forward to the Tea Lounge Yuzu Strawberry Cheesecake.

Price: Traditional collections start at S$78.10 per box of four. Snowskin collections start at S$80.20 per box of eight.

How to get them: Order online.

The Capitol Kempinski Singapore

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What’s on offer: Collaborating with Alvin Leung, the Capitol is releasing a collection that takes inspiration from the snacks originally sold at the Capitol Theatre back in the 1930s. Flavours include the traditional White Lotus Seed Paste with Double Yolk and the modern Mini Caramel Mixed Nuts, Mini Golden Corn, and American Fig.

Price: Traditional collections start at S$68 per box of four. Snowskin collections start at S$64 per box of eight.

How to get them: Order online.

Goodwood Park Hotel

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What’s on offer: Goodwood Park is offering some of the most beautiful mooncakes we’ve ever seen this year. Flavours include the super photogenic Blue Pea Flower with White Lotus Seed Paste and Melon Seeds, ‘Mao Shan Wang’ and Black Thorn Durian Snowskin Mooncakes, and Kiwi Dragonfruit Manuka Honey Snowskin Mooncake.

Price: Collections start at S$38 for two pieces.

How to get them: Order online

Four Seasons Singapore

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What’s on offer: The Four Season’s mooncake collection includes Smoked Duck with Assorted Nuts and Lime, Silver Lotus Paste with Melon Seed, Bird’s Nest with Custard and Silver Lotus Paste with Double Yolk.

Price: Traditional collections start at S$78 per box. Snowskin collections start at S$80 per box of eight.

How to get them: Order online

St. Regis Singapore

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What’s on offer: Created by Yan Ting’s Vanness Chai, The St. Regis’ collection includes three new creations like the Taro Paste with Salted Egg Yolk and Almond Flakes, and Royal Milk Tea Paste with Oolong Tea Truffle. Favourites like the Black Sesame Paste with Salted Peanut Truffle, and White Lotus Paste with Double Yolks are back as well.

Price: Snowskin collections start at S$76 for a box of eight, and traditional collections start at S$75 for a box of four.

How to get them: Order online

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Mdm Ling Bakery

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What’s on offer: MDM’s mooncakes are all about Harmony this year and come in flavours and shapes you might not expect. Their signature Shanghai mooncakes with or without yolk are uniquely styled like elongated leaf blades with pastes like Lotus, Pandan and Red Bean. The Premium Mao Shan Wang Snowskin Mooncakes, and Lotus Seed Paste with Melon Seeds are both Halal and Vegetarian.

We’re looking forward to their Teochew Crispy Mooncakes that come with a purple sweet potato paste.

Price: The Teochew Mooncakes start at S$68 for four pieces, three pieces of the Shanghai Mooncakes start at S$52, and the Mao Shan Wang Mooncakes start at S$88 for eight pieces.

How to get them: Order online

Antoinette

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What’s on offer: Singapore’s quintessential Parisian restaurant and patisserie is adding some tasty goodness to the mooncake scene with one of the more interesting flavours we’ve seen. Antoinette is once again offering its well-loved Salted Yolk Hae Bee Hiam baked mooncake. A sweet and savoury treat, this mooncake comes with low sugar white lotus paste and pumpkin seeds.

Price: Snowskin collections start at S$56.60 for a box of eight, and traditional collections start at S$60 for a box of four.

How to get them: Order online

Yàn

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What’s on offer: Yàn’s signature repertoire of snowskin and traditional mooncakes are back for another year. We always love the silky smoothness of their white lotus mooncakes but find ourselves most excited about the Thousand Layer Yam Mooncake with Single Yolk.

Price: Boxes of four mooncakes start at S$64.

How to get them: Order online

The Marmalade Pantry

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What’s on offer: Now this packaging we’ll definitely be using after the Mid-Autumn festival has finished for the year. The Marmalade Pantry’s mooncakes are encased in a classic ruby red bag made of PU leather and lined with red suede. As for what you’ll find in the bag, you can either get The Classic Collection, which consists of White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk, or the Marmalade Mix. The Marmalade Mix contains treats like a Charcoal Baked Mooncake with Black Sesame and Melon Seed, White Lotus Paste with Double Yolk, a low sugar Jade Paste with Cempedak Mooncake, and a low sugar Macadamia Nuts with White Lotus Paste Mooncake.

Price: The Marmalade Mix is S$59.81 for four pieces, and the Classic Collection is S$63.55.

How to get them: Order online

Thye Moh Chan

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What’s on offer: Thye Moh Chan never fails to impress. We’re still dreaming about last year’s Red Bean Mochi with Salted Egg Yolk. Well, the Red Bean Mochi isn’t back in 2019, but there are some flavours we’re dying to try, like the Teochew Double Delight which has a combination of red bean paste and a “crystal” filling of winter melon, melon seeds, citrus strips. There is also the Milky Yuzu and more traditional flavours like the Salty Tau Sar with Salted Egg Yolk.

Price: Boxes of four pieces start at S$33.80.

How to get them: Head to any Thye Moh Chan outlet.

Feeling so hungry. Must order lots!

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