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Baked Mooncake

Snow-Skin Mooncake

Mooncakes

Bánh Trung Thu (Nướng)

Premium Deluxe Plus Edition – 2 Eggs

Thất Tinh Bổn Nguyệt

Per piece – $15.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $60.00

Premium Deluxe Plus Edition – No Eggs

Trạng Nguyên Dục Nguyệt

Per piece – $14.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $56.00

Traditional w/ Delicacy Bird’s Nest – 1 Egg

Thập Cẩm Nhân Yến 1 Trứng

Per piece – $12.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $48.00

Traditional w/ Delicacy Bird’s Nest – 2 Eggs

Thập Cẩm Nhân Yến 2 Trứng

Per piece – $13.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $52.00

Deluxe Traditional
– 1 Egg

Thập Cẩm Thượng Hạng 1 Trứng

Per piece – $11.50
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $46.00

Deluxe Traditional
– 2 Eggs

Thập Cẩm Thượng Hạng 2 Trứng

Per piece – $12.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $48.00

Deluxe Traditional
– No Egg

Thập Cẩm Thượng Hạng

Per piece – $11.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $44.00

Traditional w/ Chinese Sausage & Roasted Chicken – 1 Egg

Thập Cẩm Gà Quay Lạp Xưởng 1 Trứng

Per piece – $9.50
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $38.00

Traditional w/ Chinese Sausage & Roasted Chicken – 2 Eggs

Thập Cẩm Gà Quay Lạp Xưởng 2 Trứng

Per piece – $10.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $40.00

Lotus Paste – 2 Eggs

Sen 2 Trứng

Per piece – $12.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $48.00

Lotus Paste – 1 Egg

Sen 1 Trứng

PEr piece – $11.50
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $46.00

Lotus Paste – No Egg

Sen Sát

Per piece – $11.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $44.00

Mung Bean – 2 Eggs

Đậu Xanh 2 Trứng

Per piece – $8.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $32.00

Mung Bean – 1 Egg

Đậu Xanh 1 Trứng

Per piece – $7.50
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $30.00

Mung Bean – No Egg

Đậu Xanh

Per piece – $7.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $28.00

Deluxe Traditional – Vegetarian

Thập Cẩm Chay Thượng Hạng

Per piece – $10.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $40.00

Taro – 2 Eggs

Khoai Môn 2 Trứng

Per piece – $10.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $40.00

Taro – 1 Egg

Khoai Môn 1 Trứng

Per piece – $9.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $36.00

Taro – No Eggs

Khoai Môn

Per piece – $8.50
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $34.00

Durian – 2 Eggs

Sầu Riêng 2 Trứng

Per piece – $10.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $40.00

Durian – 1 Egg

Sầu Riêng 1 Trứng

Per piece – $9.50
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $38.00

Durian – No Egg

Sầu Riêng

Per piece – $9.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $36.00

Coconut – 2 Eggs

Nhân Dừa 2 Trứng

Per piece – $8.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $32.00

Coconut – 1 Egg

Nhân Dừa 1 Trứng

Per piece – $7.50
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $30.00

Coconut – No Egg

Nhân Dừa

Per piece – $7.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $28.00

Snow-Skin Mooncake

“Sticky Rice/Snow-Skin Mooncake comes with no eggs unless noted.”

Bánh Trung Thu (Dẻo)

Premium Deluxe Traditional

Thập Cẩm Yến Thượng Hạng

Per piece – $10.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $40.00

Deluxe Traditional

Thập Cẩm Thượng Hạng

Per piece – $9.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $36.00

Lotus – Whole

Sen Trần

Per piece – $9.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $36.00

Lotus – Paste

Sen Sát

Per piece – $9.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $36.00

Mung Bean

Đậu Xanh

Per piece – $8.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $32.00

Lotus Paste – 1 Egg

Sen Trứng

Per piece – $8.50
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $34.00

Durian

Sầu Riêng

Per piece – $9.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $36.00

Taro

Khoai Môn

Per piece – $9.00
Per Box (4 Cakes/Box) – $36.00

History Of Mid-Autumn Festival

 

A mooncake is a seasonal Vietnamese product, traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival. The festival is about Lunar appreciation and Moon watching, where mooncakes are regarded as a special delicacy. The Mid-Autumn Festival is widely regarded as one of the four most important Vietnamese holidays, to celebrate with close friends & family.

Mooncakes are eaten in small wedges, usually accompanied by tea. Today, it is customary for business people and families to present them to their clients or relatives as presents, helping to fuel a demand for high-end mooncakes.

The modern Vietnamese Mid-Autumn Festival focuses around celebrating children, also known as the Children’s Festival. During this time, children fill-up colorful lanterns, play festive games with their relatives & of course, eat endless amount of mooncakes!

The Mid-Autumn Festival folklore dates back to the harvest days, where many parents & family members were busy tending to crops, and unable to spend time with their children. Thus ever year during the 15th of the 8th month in the Lunar calendar, families come together to celebrate all their hard work, harvest their reward & shower all their love and attention to their children.

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