Goodwood Park Hotel is Singapore’s distinguished heritage hotel and certified as a SG Clean establishment by the Government. So good, you won't leave empty handed! One is the Durian Fiesta where pastries and cakes made with D24 durians fly off the shelves. Goodwood Park’s baked selection of mooncakes combine an array of tantalising flavours such as lotus seed paste, white lotus seed paste, assorted nuts, ‘Kum Yoy’ ham, melon seeds, with single and double yolks. There is a delivery fee of S$ 53.50 per location. The Goodwood Park Hotel offers a great selection of mooncakes every year to their customers. Your email address will not be published. Mooncakes are a popular Chinese celebration cake created for the celebration of the annual Moon Festival or Mid-Autumn Festival as it is also known. Goodwood Park offers an option to personalise the packaging of your mooncakes with a company logo, making it the perfect Moon Festival gift for your employees, clients and customers. Their best seller, as always, is the Mao Shan Wang Durian Snow Skin Mooncake which offers customers a bright yellow, bittersweet durian flavour with a velvety, creamy texture. Goodwood Park Hotel – Fruity Mooncakes…, RT @Sparklette: Sparklette Digest! Apart from the ample amounts of delectable fruit paste, I also like the firm layer of snowskin. Come down to our convenient tasting venue today. Operating hours: 9am – 8pm (Mon ? The Goodwood Park Hotel’s mooncakes are affordably priced. Some items may contain or have come in contact with allergens. The snow skin selection is priced between S$ 34 and S$ 56 for a 2-piece parcel or between S$ 54 and S$ 88 for 4 pieces. © 2003 - 2020 Sparklette. The mainstays durian and Cempedak mooncakes need no introduction. Much of her original beauty has been faithfully restored, with the Grand Tower gazetted a national monument in 1989. It tastes just like the dessert itself. They accept orders via telephone, email or their dedicated online ordering website. This Mid-Autumn Festival 2010, what type(s) of mooncakes would you be buying? and are not affiliated to Goodwood Park Hotel in any way and we are also not engaged by anyone to write this review.. The festival is celebrated in Singapore, China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam. The light-coloured snowskin holds a filling of mango puree with mango cubes. An assorted box of all four flavours is yours at $46. Required fields are marked *. The apple caramel and mango with pomelo cost $24 for two pieces and $42 for four pieces. You can also subscribe without commenting. With ingredients such as 'Yunnan' Ham, BBQ Pork, Walnut, Sesame Seed, Almond Flakes, Melon Seed, Cashew Nuts and Candied Dried Fruit Peel, this handcrafted speciality is always popular with mooncake purists. Business Hours: Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 19:00 and Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays from 9:00 to 13:00. These methods include cash upon ordering at the Deli, debit or credit card payments through Citibank, DBS/POSB, OCBC or UOB, as well as AMEX, China UnionPay, Diners, Mastercard, Visa and JCB. If you have ever had the mango with pomelo and sago dessert at Min Jiang, you would find this familiar as it draws inspiration from the popular dessert. – Apple caramel (new in 2010) Also making a return this year is the mango with pomelo flavour. The Snow Skin selection offers a different experience with flavours like soursop, calamansi, pomelo, mango, cempedak, almond beancurd and durian. The mooncake gets its name from the festival that celebrates Chang’e, the Moon Goddess of Immortality. Measuring 12 centimetres across, this giant mooncake is the biggest snowskin mooncake I have ever seen! The mooncakes from Goodwood Park Hotel are reminiscent of childhood fun and bring about nostalgia for many celebrating the … Housed in a uniquely designed building dating back to 1900, our 5-star hotel is an endearing pioneer of the Singapore tourism industry. Last order date is September 17, 2010, 12 noon. Fri), 9am – 5pm (Sat, Sun & Public holidays) Goodwood Park Hotel – Fruity Mooncakes…, ah.. i’m aiming for the D24 durian mooncakes for my dad and the mango pomelo for myself :D. Very good choices :) My personal picks are the durian and cempedak. These fruit-themed mooncakes are available in four flavours (starting from front): – Cempedak Goodwood Park is known for their beautifully decorated, delicious mooncakes that families indulge in each year at the Moon Festival in Singapore.