I see mooncakes everywhere, but they are just so expensive. I can’t believe some boxes cost over a hundred bucks! I am still craving for a piece of a traditional lotus mooncake with salty preserved egg yolk and don’t want to try any of the new fangled varieties. I like how the salty and sweet go together, but usually I only have a quarter or half of the traditional sized mooncake. It’s made with lard and sugar so it’s loaded with calories.
At Parkway Parade, a mall in the east of Singapore.
At Bugis Junction, a mall in the Central part of Singapore.
thanks for reading Sandra….I feel hungry all over again when I post the pictures 🙂