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The ultimate Hong Kong mooncake guide for 2016

When the moon hits your eye like a big salted egg yolk pie...

JW Marriott Hotel

If you're after a spot of nostalgia, JW Marrott is offering a traditional mini traditional white lotus seed paste with half egg yolk mooncakes to celebrate this season. Baked to perfection in a classic recipe, the drool-worthy golden crust encases a smooth and velvety white lotus seed paste. $480 for 4 pieces.

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Admiralty

The Peninsula (Tsim Sha Tsui)

Spring Moon’s coveted, limited edition, mini egg custard mooncakes are just too good not to share. The crispy crust on the outside, and soft custard on the inside is done just right, making every bite a moment of pure pleasure. With pieces this good, it’s sure to sell out fast. $485 for 8 pieces.

Alternatively, if you're a durian lover, the mini egg custard mooncakes with durian will cure your cravings. Based on the exclusive recipe from Spring Moon, The Peninsula Boutique added a little new twist of durian to the traditional custard mooncake. Indulge in durian delight under the full bright moon. $888 for 8 pieces.

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Tsim Sha Tsui

Inakaya

We just can’t get enough of matcha flavoured mooncakes, and Inakaya's might be the best we've had. The Japanese diner celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival with its much sought-after mooncake in red bean and matcha flavour. The azuki bean filling is made with top-notch produce from Togachi, Hokkaido. Yum! $338 for six pieces.

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West Kowloon
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Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin

You can’t buy happiness but you can buy mooncakes. And that’s kind of the same thing, right? Hyatt Regency proudly presents its signature white lotus seed paste mooncake with two yolks and mini custard mooncake box. Savour these baked classics while admiring the bright full moon with the family. $338 for four pieces.

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Sha Tin

Fook Lam Moon

Nobody takes mooncakes more seriously than Fook Lam Moon. The Pu’er tea-infused crust mooncakes at the iconic restaurant are filled with top-grade Xiangtan lotus seeds, salted egg yolks and large olive kernels, an highly traditional ingredient rarely used in mooncakes now. These are a perfect treat to be enjoyed with heartfelt conversations and spectacular lantern displays. $680 for four pieces.

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Wan Chai

Dynasty Restaurant

Dynasty Restaurant is celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival with handcrafted gourmet mooncakes. The mini pandan paste and salted egg yolk mooncake delivers aromatic and herbaceous flavours, while the traditional mini white lotus paste and salted egg yolk are the best pick for those who would like a traditional taste of our culture. $258 for 6 pieces.

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Wan Chai
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Four Seasons Hotel

If you want to go old school, one of the best mooncake makers in town is the Four Seasons and their three-Michelin starred Cantonese kitchen. The hand-crafted white lotus seed paste with double salted egg yolk mooncakes are a perfect choice for enjoying at home or gifting to friends and business partners. $438 for 4 pieces.

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Central

Dalloyau

With a rich aroma of java in every bite, Dalloyau's Paris Moon mooncakes are perfect for coffee lovers. The luxurious mooncakes use high-quality coffee beans and VSOP Cognac, and are decorated with a thin layer of white chocolate and shimmer of gold leaf. These are for someone special! $288 for 8 pieces.

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Tsim Sha Tsui

Kowloon Shangri-La

This one is for the green tea enthusiasts. Two-Michelin starred Shang Palace in Kowloon Shangri-La have just unveiled their brand-new Uji matcha mooncakes, complete with red bean and chestnut paste, perfect for those who like to have their mooncake and green tea, too. $368 for 8 pieces.

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Tsim Sha Tsui East
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InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong

Looking for a decadent pairing of flavours this Mid-Autumn Festival? Delight your family and friends with InterContinental Grand Stanford’s trio whisky chocolate mooncake, and innovative creation that's been infused with three single malt whisky expressions from Scotland, Taiwan and Japan. If you prefer something traditional, the hotel also offers three classic flavours using lotus seed paste, too. $438 for 3 pieces.

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Tsim Sha Tsui East
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