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5 spots for decadent mooncakes in Metro Vancouver

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Vincent Plana Sep 12, 2018 2:42 pm 2,641

Although there are a handful of stories behind the origin of the mooncake, one thing remains certain, they’re absolutely delicious.

To help you celebrate the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, taking place this year on Monday, September 24, we’ve compiled a list of the most noteworthy spots for mooncakes in Metro Vancouver.

The Colette Grande Café Vancouver

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Soirette Mooncakes (Photo courtesy Colette Grand Café)

Located in downtown Vancouver’s Holt Renfrew, the Colette Grand Café and Soirette have created a special pastry for this year’s celebration.

A mooncake pop-up is presenting foodies with an unconventional take on the tasty treat. Rather than a traditional egg yolk, each cake features a macaron in the centre.

Almost too pretty to eat, a set of four will cost you $68.

Phone: 604-678-0316
Address: 737 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver

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TWG Tea

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Presented in luxurious white and gold casing, TWG gives their mooncakes a modern twist through the infusion of tea and vibrant pastel tones.

Customers can purchase either their Snowskin or traditional mooncake in boxes of two or four.

Phone: 604-692-0071
Address: 1070 West Georgia Street, Vancouver

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La Patisserie

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La Patisserie excels at mooncakes, providing guests with an ample offering of both traditional and modern delicacies.

In addition to lotus seed mooncakes, the bakery also offers Taro ice, mango ice, and matcha green tea ice mooncakes – treats very similar to mochi ice cream.

Phone: 604-270-3092
Address: 1405-4771 McClelland Road, Richmond

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Soirette

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Soirette’s 2018 mooncake collection is nothing short of a work of art.

Each mooncake uses a unique ingredient, utilizing flavours like jackfruit and matcha; black sesame and yuzu; peanut crunch and Thai milk tea; and black tea and Kalamansi, to name a few.

The centrepiece, an extra large mooncake, is filled with a black tea centre and Kalamansi filling, wrapped in bamboo charcoal snowskin and dusted with gold powder.

A deluxe set of eight is available for $88; a smaller set of five is available for $52.

Phone: 604-558-3308
Address: 1433 West Pender Street, Vancouver

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Kirin Restaurant

Kirin, one of Vancouver’s well-known chain restaurants, offers a white lotus seed mooncake with double egg yolks – one of the most popular choices in Hong Kong.

Individually packaged cakes can be purchased for $12 each. A box of four will cost $47 and can be ordered at any of their restaurants.

Phone: 604-678-0316
Address: 737 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver

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