Mooncake Delivery with Oddle Eats
Mid Autumn Festival is just around the corner, and if you’re looking for mooncake delivery options, Oddle Eats has got you covered with their online mooncake festival, with more than 40 merchants selling mooncakes in 370 unique flavours including roast duck, mala chicken floss and more! These mooncake selections are available for islandwide delivery on the homegrown food discovery platform, and make for good gifts to loved ones during this celebratory season. These mooncakes come in limited quantities, so lock in your orders quickly before they sell out!
1. Kam’s Roast
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Originating from Hong Kong is Kam’s Roast, who are best known for their roast meats. In line with their speciality, they’ve come up with the Assorted Nuts With Roast Duck Mooncake ($68+ for six), made crunchy with walnuts, sesame seeds, almonds, melon seeds, and the meat of their very own roast duck! Their other selections are equally unique, including the Red Bean Orange Peel Mooncake ($68+ for six), made with 23-year aged orange peel, and Red Dates Longan Mooncake ($68+ for six)━a play on traditional Chinese desserts.
The delivery fee for Kam’s Roast varies from $5 to $8, depending on distance.
2. Birds Of A Feather
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Located in Telok Ayer is Birds Of A Feather, a modern fusion restaurant which specialises in Sichuanese-Western cuisine. Their culinary expertise and inspirations are evident in the Birds Of A Feather Mooncake Box ($44.20+ or four), decorated with intricate, gilded illustrations of birds and nature. Each purchase comes with two Mala Chicken Floss mooncakes, as well as a Salted Egg Yolk, and Single Yolk Macadamia Nuts With Low Sugar White Lotus Paste mooncake. The former has sweet, savoury, and spicy notes from the marriage of mala chicken floss and salted egg yolk. Meanwhile, the latter is a traditional favourite, made better with the inclusion of macadamia nuts.
The stated prices are inclusive of delivery. However, if you opt to pick up the mooncakes from the restaurant, you’ll enjoy a discounted price of $40.80, with an additional 15% discount on your order!
3. Pan Pacific Singapore
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The renowned hotel Pan Pacific Singapore offers a slew of baked and snowskin mooncake delivery options this Mid Autumn Festival. A signature to look out for would be their Four Treasures Snowskin Mooncakes ($85.60 for four), with unique, premium flavours such as the gold-dusted Matcha Black Sesame, and locally-inspired Virgin Singapore Sling mooncakes.
For something along traditional lines, there are the Four Treasures Baked Mooncakes ($86.46 for four), which include crowd favourites such as White Lotus Seed Paste With Double Yolk. Meanwhile, durian lovers can opt for the Mao Shan Wang Durian ($105.72 for four) mooncakes, while purists can consider the White Lotus Seed Paste With Single Yolk ($82.18 for four).
Delivery fees vary according to distance, and are waived for orders above $100. Use the promo code EBMSW to enjoy a 15% discount on their Mao Shan Wang Durian mooncakes, and EBMA25 for a 25% discount on all other mooncake box purchases. These codes are available until 5 September. What’s more, from now till 21 September, enjoy up to 25% discount when you sign up for the hotel’s Pan Pacific Privileges or DISCOVERY memberships. You’ll also get a $20 Edge voucher with every mooncake box order, with no minimum purchase required.
4. Peony Jade
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Consider trying Teochew mooncakes from Peony Jade; its kitchen is led by a Michelin-starred chef. If you haven’t had Teochew mooncakes before, start with the Flaky Teochew ‘Orh Ni’ Mooncake With Double Egg Yolks ($73.80 for four), which sees a flaky crust encasing luscious yam paste. For a zhnged-up version, the TARO de Lave Flaky Teochew ‘Orh Ni’ Molten Lava With Luscious Golden Salted Egg Yolk ($73.80 for four) is a must-try, oozing with salted egg yolk lava with every bite. If not, there’s also the Signature Premium Pure Pahang Black Gold MSW Durian In Organic Snow Skin ($82 for four), made with high quality Mao Shan Wang durian pulp.
5. Sheraton Towers Singapore
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Another mooncake delivery option would be Sheraton Towers Singapore, which features a menu curated by the acclaimed Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant. Traditional mooncake lovers can opt for the White Lotus Seed Paste With Double Egg Yolk ($74.77+ for four), made with reduced sugar lotus seed paste if you’d like something less sweet. There’s also the White Lotus Seed Paste With Macadamia Nut ($67.29+ for four) which comes generously speckled with macadamia nuts. Otherwise, their Mini Snowskin Champagne ($67.29+ for eight) mooncakes are laced with fragrant truffles and champagne━a sure hit with your atas friends.
Selected debit and credit card holders are entitled to 15% off purchases from now till 17 September.
6. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
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The mooncakes at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore come in botanically inspired, pastel pink and blue boxes that are perfect for gifting. For something new, go for the Jiang-Nan Chun Medley ($92+ for eight), which offers interesting flavours such as Kumquat And Lemon, as well as Bird’s Nest With Custard. Durian enthusiasts can indulge in the Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin Mooncake ($108+ for eight), while traditionalists can opt for the Silver Lotus Paste With Double Yolk Baked Skin Mooncake ($82+ for eight) that’s made with less oil and sugar.
7. Carlton Hotel
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The renowned Wah Lok Restaurant at Carlton Hotel offers a variety of snowskin and baked mooncake choices for delivery. Their Mini Walnut Moontart With Egg Yolk ($73 for eight) is a spin on the usual mooncake, with lotus paste, egg yolk, and walnuts enwrapped in a crisp, egg-washed crust. There’s also the Mini Walnut Moontart Low Sugar ($70) for a less sweet alternative. Otherwise, spoil yourself with their Mini Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin ($80 for eight), filled with fresh, creamy durian pulp, and made without any preservatives.
Also, from now till 21 September, all Citibank, DBS, HSBC, OCBC, POSB, and UOB local card holders are entitled to a 25% discount on the mooncakes at Carlton Hotel.
8. PARKROYAL On Kitchener Road
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PARKROYAL On Kitchener Road debuts a new, low-sugar mooncake collection, available for islandwide delivery. Classics include the Low-Sugar White Lotus Paste With Double Yolks ($72+ for four), as well as the Low-Sugar White Lotus Paste With Macadamia Nuts ($68+ for four). Otherwise, an interesting option to look out for would be the Low-Sugar Lychee Paste With Rose ($68+ for four), lightly sweet with floral and fruity tones of rose and lychee.
Use the promo code MOONCAKE2021 to enjoy a 10% discount on your mooncakes. Every purchase also entitles you to a $20 Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant dining voucher.
9. Goodwood Park Hotel
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Die hard durian fans will be familiar with Goodwood Park Hotel. Famed for their annual Durian Fiesta, you have to try out their Mao Shan Wang Durian Mooncakes (from $63 for two). These freshly handcrafted mooncakes come packed with bittersweet, premium MSW durian pulp.
MSW aside, Goodwood Park Hotel also offers Black Thorn Durian mooncakes, which you can get a taste of with their Premium Duo (from $63 for two). This set includes one MSW, and one Black Thorn Durian mooncake. If not, their Baked Combo ($76.80 for four) makes for a safe choice, with traditional mooncake flavours such as White Lotus Seed Paste With Single Yolk and Nuts With Ham.
From now until 21 September, Goodwood Park Hotel Gourmet cardmembers can enjoy a 20% discount on their mooncake purchases. Citibank, DBS, POSB, HSBC, and UOB Credit and Debit Cardmembers are also entitled to a 15% discount.
10. Colony Bakery
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Colony Bakery at The Ritz-Carlton specialises in high tea, pastries, and artisanal bakes. This Mid Autumn Festival, they are offering a specially curated mooncake collection, available for delivery. Crowd favourites include the Snowskin Mao Shan Wang Durian ($86 for four), and White Lotus Seed Paste With Double Yolk ($84 for four). If you’re in the mood for something boozy, consider the Mini Snowskin Lycheetini ($78 for eight), made with fruit liquor and lychee bits. Otherwise, their Mini Snowskin Amber Treasure ($78 for eight) is an all-new item that’s worth trying out. It’s inspired by a similarly-named, signature cocktail at the hotel’s Summer Pavilion Chinese restaurant, prepared with red date-infused liquor, and a house blend vermouth.
If you’re a Citibank, DBS, HSBC, OCBC, POSB, or UOB Credit or Debit Cardholder, you’ll get a 25% discount on all mooncake purchases. This promotion is available until 21 September.
Places for mooncake delivery
Apart from the ones we’ve listed, Oddle Eats has more than 40 other mooncake delivery options to check out in this online festival, with unique offerings and irresistible promotions. Stocks are limited, so make your purchases early to avoid disappointment! Mooncakes aside, Oddle Eats also has more than 800 stalls and well-known restaurants to order from, with options for self pick-up and delivery.
Make it sweeter with ongoing local card promotions, where Standard Chartered Credit Cardholders are entitled to $7 off orders above $70, available until 30 September. Meanwhile, Citibank Credit Cardholders can enjoy $10 off orders above $80, between 1 September and 30 October. Lastly, DBS/POSB Credit Cardholders can take $5 off orders above $50, from 1 September to 30 November. Do note that only limited redemptions are available.
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