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Xin Tian Di celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival

posted August 14, 2016 at 06:50 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Partake in a celebration like no other as Xin Tian Di joins the Chinese-Filipino community in observing the Mid-Autumn Festival with lucky bundle of mooncakes. 

Crowne Plaza Hotel’s Xin Tian Di restaurant offers special mooncake sets to give to friends or share with family on Mid-Autumn Festival
Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria through its Chinese specialty restaurant, Xin Tian Di is offering variations of mooncakes to celebrate this festivity.

Mooncakes are available in traditional, two-egg yolk, custard snow skin, sesame seed snow skin, and green tea snow skin flavors.   

Pre-selling period started on Aug. 1 while redemption period is on Sept. 1 to 15, just in time to share a fresh box of mooncakes with family and friends. 

Xin Tian Di’s special mooncakes are available in a box of four large pieces: Snow Skin (P2088.00 nett), two-Egg Yolk (P2088.00 nett), Traditional (P1688.00 nett). 

It is also available in a box of six mini sizes: Snow Skin (P2288.00 nett), and Traditional (P1988.00 nett). 

Each box of mooncake includes 50 percent discount vouchers on Xin Tian Di’s Dim Sum Unlimited and Set Menus. 

The Mid-Autumn Festival is part of the Chinese culture, which involves gathering of family members and sharing of mooncakes, a tradition symbolizing completeness and prosperity for the whole family. Mooncakes are most often given as gift to friends and relatives to express love and best wishes. 

To order this tasty treat 

in advance, call 633-7222 or email [email protected]


Topics: Xin Tian Di , Mid-Autumn Festival , Chinese-Filipino community
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