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Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with Jasmine's luscious mooncakes

The Mid-Autumn Festival, marked primarily in East and Southeast Asia, is a time to be grateful for the gift of togetherness with family and loved ones.

In this part of the world, it is an important family gathering where people traditionally light lanterns and eat autumn fruits.

The star of the celebration, of course, is the mooncake.

New World Makati Hotel's Jasmine restaurant rolls out its handcrafted mooncakes to mark the occasion.

Indulge in these decadent and timeless treats available in four classic flavors: red bean, red lotus, white lotus and five kernel (watermelon seeds, sesame seeds, walnuts, Terminalia seeds and almonds).

Sealed in an elegant tangerine box with gold accents, these make a perfect gift to family and friends.

A box of two is priced at P1,088 nett while a box of four is priced at P1,588 nett.

Jasmine is offering a 20% discount for bulk orders with a minimum of 30 boxes. Dine-in guests for the restaurant’s dim sum buffet likewise can avail a 30% discount for a minimum of 10 boxes. Club Epicure members likewise can avail a discount of 15% while supplies last.

For more information or to place an order, please call Jasmine at New World Makati Hotel via +632-8811-6888 ext. 3679 or +639178884194. To place orders online, you may fill in the online form: https://tinyurl.com/yy4cbk2u

Topics: Mid-Autumn Festival , Southeast Asia , East Asia , New World Makati Hotel , Mooncake
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