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Oddle Eats Online Food Festival
Mooncake 2020 Edition!

Online F&B directory, Oddle Eats does not disappoint when it comes to F&B picks. This year, make the Mid-Autumn festival even more memorable with the Oddle Eats Online Food Festival – Mooncake Edition. Happening now till October 1, 2020, Oddle Eats brings together the top mooncake picks, ranging from delicate snowskin to flaky teochew-style, handpicked from popular restaurants and bakeries, including Pan Pacific Singapore, Summer Pavilion, Peony Jade, The Marmalade Pantry and more.

For something rich and indulgent, try Pan Pacific Singapore’s White Lotus Paste Mooncake with Double Yolk or the Peony Jade’s Flaky Orh Nee Mooncake with Double Yolk, the perfect balance of sweet and salty. If you’re extra atas, add a touch of sophistication with The Marmalade Pantry’s Golden Charcoal Baked Mooncake or Dark Valrhona Chocolate Mousse with Mao Shan Wang Durian Mini Snowskin Mooncake from Peony Jade which both come with a sprinkling of gold dust.

Adding to the festivities, Oddle Eats is also presenting fringe activities and exclusive perks to drum up your excitement ahead of the occasion. Get inspired by Oddle Eats’ new themed filters: the now available 'Mooncake Rush' beautifying overlay and soon be to launched 'How Mooncake Am I?' and 'What Mooncake Should I Eat?'. Simply search for ‘Oddle Eats’ on Instagram filters and start snapping!

Mooncakes are best enjoyed with family and loved ones over a cup of tea. To celebrate the occasion, Oddle Eats is giving away limited-edition ceramic tea sets (worth SG$68) for the first 500 customers with a minimum spend of SG$120 on mooncake orders in a single receipt. Fastest fingers win!

Oddle Eats brings together the top mooncake picks,fringe activities and exclusive perks to drum up your excitement ahead of the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Now till October 1, 2020.

Oddle Eats, Website 

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