Calling all high-tea aficionados and pleasure seekers: what better way to spend the Mid-Autumn Festival if not with some of the greatest traditional delicacies in town! For a limited time of four days, diners can enjoy a delectable, mid-autumn inspired afternoon tea, curated by our very own Executive Sous Chef Byron Zhang. We all know that mooncake is the most traditional and important food of the Mid-Autumn Festival. The deliciously filled cake is round in shape like the full moon, which is a symbol of prosperity and family reunion. For a healthier option, try the snow skin mooncake! As a tradition, families also eat other round-shaped foods during the festival dinner for good luck.
To get your luck going, try some of the gastronomic creations by THIRTY8 like Pumpkin Dumplings, Mango Tartlets, Pandan Bird’s Nest Drink and Deep Fried Wontons. THIRTY8 is located strategically on the 38th floor and comprises of a 360-degree city view including the dining areas, bar and lounge. Heightening the discerning diners’ experience are the lively show kitchens which serves international cuisine showcasing a variety of Western, Chinese and Japanese flavours.
Price: RM128 nett per person. For reservation, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Do note that the regular afternoon tea set will not be available during this promo period.
What: Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur presents a Mid-Autumn inspired afternoon tea, curated by Executive Sous Chef Byron Zhang.
When: September 10 – 13, 2019 from 3pm to 5pm
Thirty8, Grand Hyatt (Level 38), Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, +603 2182 1234
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