Royal China’s in-house mooncakes (London)

Moon Cakes at Royal China 1

To celebrate the Mid Autumn Moon Festival on the 27 September 2015, Royal China is now offering diners the chance to purchase a box of traditional Mooncakes. The indulgent Chinese treats are made in-house by Royal China’s expert pastry chefs and contain up to 1200 calories each. 

This year’s varieties include a box of eight Mini egg yolk custard Mooncakes for £23.80 or a box of four large traditional flavour Mooncakes are available in Double salted duck egg yolk and Lotus leaf paste for £28.50. Last year Royal China sold more than 1,000 Mooncakes.

The Moon Festival is a celebration for lunar worship during which Mooncakes are considered a delicacy.  Mooncakes are round pastries with a thick filling, usually made from red bean or lotus seed paste and are eaten in small wedges accompanied by Chinese tea.

The Royal China Group consists of six of London’s most authentic and prestigious Chinese restaurants, including the luxurious and critically-acclaimed Royal China Club.  Based in prime areas of London, the restaurants are centrally located on Baker Street, as well as in Bayswater, Fulham, Harrow-on-the-Hill and Canary Wharf. 

The restaurants offer traditional Hong Kong Chinese dishes, while the Royal China Club provides and exclusive experience combining European ingredients within the authentic Chinese cuisine. 

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