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Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival at Yauatcha with Limited Edition Moon Cakes

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Yauatcha, the dim-sum teahouse from London, is celebrating the popular Mid-Autumn Festival of China with the introduction of limited edition moon cakes from September 1st to September 30th, 2016 at their restaurant. Like most Chinese festivals, the Mid-Autumn Festival too has its dedicated delicacy, the moon cake, whose shape symbolises reunion and togetherness in the Chinese culture.

Yauatcha has created a modern interpretation of the classic Chinese moon cake, sweet with a thick, Chinese-style custard and infused with Asian ingredients. The outer filling is pastry decorated with delicate patterns to suit the discerning palate. Available in four unique flavour options such as the Jasmine tea moon cake, Salted caramel and Sesame moon cake, Coconut and mixed nuts moon cake and the zingy Lemon zest moon cake, Yauatcha will serve these delicious desserts alongside the green tea ice cream.

It is traditional to eat moon cakes and give them as gifts throughout the month; and these would be available at the retail counter to take away at INR 300 for a box of three.

What: Moon cakes at Yauatcha
 
Where: First Floor, Raheja Tower, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051
 
When: From September 1st, 2016 to September 30th, 2016
 
Price: Rs 250 per moon cake served alongside green tea ice cream – served at the restaurant and Rs 300 for a box of three, as a take away from retail counter
 
Contact: 092222 22800

About Yauatcha

Yauatcha is a Chinese dim sum teahouse offering an all-day dining experience. Launched in 2004 in the heart of Soho in London, Yauatcha gained immediate critical acclaim and received its Michelin star within a year of opening which it continues to maintain. Yauatcha provides a unique dining experience, offering authentic dim sum with a contemporary influence as well as wok dishes and other small eats. The concept is a modern interpretation of the traditional Chinese teahouse featuring a wide range of Chinese, Indian, Japanese and Taiwanese teas. Yauatcha is also known for its handmade petitsgâteaux, macarons available both a la carte and retail.

 

Yauatcha is currently located in London, in Soho and in the City, as well as in Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru and Kolkata, and will be launching in Houston and Honolulu in 2016.
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