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Updated: 2012-08-25 08:02

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Legendary moon cakes

InterContinental Beijing Beichen introduces moon cakes baked with meticulous care and only the finest ingredients. These are good as gifts on the auspicious occasion of the Mid-Autumn Festival. The moon cakes are available for a limited period only and in a range of festive flavors.


German beer festival

From Sept 4 to 10,Crowne Plaza Beijing Park View Wuzhou will present the 9th Oktoberfest with great entertainment from a 7-piece world-famous German band. Enjoy the Bavarian Specialties and a Chinese buffet, accompanied by unlimited Carlsberg beer and soft drinks. There will be a grand lucky draw with fabulous prizes. It's at 398 yuan net per person. 6-11 pm.

010-8498-2288 Ext 7204.

For the gourmets

Park Hyatt Beijing offers a limited edition of hand-made moon cakes with an exclusive design on the glamorous packaging, ideal for the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is on Sept 30 this year. The exquisite Deluxe Mooncake Gift Box is available in nine styles, each containing nine moon cakes with fruit flavors as well as traditional egg yolk specials.


Hats Off event

For the fifth consecutive year, The Westin Beijing Financial Street invites all connoisseurs for an unforgettable epicurean experience. The award-winning Prego Italian Restaurant once again sets the stage for an exclusive Hats Off event. Three Internationally recognized celebrity chefs from Peru, Mexico and Italy will impress diners with an exquisite degustation menu specially designed to showcase their gastronomic talents.


Family Sunday brunch

Try out Sunday Brunch with Louis Roderer Champagne selection at S.T.A.Y. French restaurant, Shangri-La Hotel Beijing. Bring the whole family to to enjoy elegant appetizers, including Angus beef tartar, sea urchin scrambled eggs, and egg white with black truffle omelet. Available every Sunday from 11 am-4 pm. Brunch price starts from 468 yuan per head plus 15 percent service charge.

010-6841-2211 Ext 6727.


Myriad moon cakes

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During the Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinese people gather with their families and eat traditional pastries known as moon cakes. Bauernstub of the Sheraton Shanghai Hongqiao has put together a splendid collection of the famed pastries for this year's Mid-Autumn Festival, including different Chinese teas flavors like pu'er, oolong, jasmine, dahongpao and green tea. More traditional flavors in the selection include blue mountain, double egg yolk with white lotus paste and double egg yolk with red bean paste.


Sunday jazz brunch

O2on2, Shanghai's newest all-day-dining restaurant in the Longemont Shanghai, is introducing a signature jazz brunch to be enjoyed on leisurely Sunday afternoons. It offers a remarkable selection of Asian and western cuisines, with fresh seafood as a highlight. Live jazz adds a touch of color to the dining experience.

021-6115-9988 Ext 8220.

The perfect gift box

With the Mid-Autumn Festival as one of the most important traditional Chinese holidays, Park Hyatt Shanghai is introducing the moon cake gift box. The collection includes red bean, golden sands egg custard, blue mountain coffee, red wine cranberry, and truffle bacon flavor.

021-6888-1234 Ext 4106.

'The Sacred Vow'

The Jumeirah Himalayasl Shanghai held the 2012 Summer Wedding Show with great fanfare in its Grand Ballroom on Aug 19. Themed "The Sacred Vow", the show's predominant colors were blue and white to represent the sky and clouds respectively, along with eternal love. The show proved a great success, attracting over 200 guests.


China Daily

(China Daily 08/25/2012 page13)