10 Most Unique Mooncakes You Can Buy in Singapore in 2023

10 Most Unique Mooncakes You Can Buy in Singapore in 2023

In case you missed it, Mid-Autumn Festival is coming soon on 29 Sep 2023.

Looking for something more unique than the usual mooncakes?

Fret not because Goody Feed has got your back.

Here are 10 most unique mooncakes you can buy in Singapore; and don’t worry, this isn’t your generic mooncake scam.

1. Awfully Chocolate

When it comes to chocolate, Awfully Chocolate plays a mean game.

If you want to enjoy a chocolatey twist to your mooncake game, Awfully Chocolate is where you need to be.

Awfully Chocolathas two different mooncake sets for you to choose from.

For their classic baked mooncakes, you get four mooncakes in a tastefully-designed wooden box.

Image: Awfully Chocolate

The flavours include:

  • Traditional Double Yoke Lotus Paste Mooncake
  • Praline Mooncake – a light chocolate lotus paste with a praline borbon centre
  • Five Treasures Mooncake – Chocolate lotus paste with roasted nuts
  • The Original Chocolate Mooncake – Dark chocolate lotus paste with brownie centre

The other is Awfully Chocolate’s chocolate truffle mooncakes.

Image: Awfully Chocolate

This set comes with eight mooncakes in a box, with unique flavours including Salted Caramel, Oolong Peach and Almond Crisp, all wrapped within a delicious chocolate shell.

You can make your pre-orders here:

  • Classic Baked Mooncakes
  • Chocolate Truffle Mooncakes

2. Janice Wong

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’d have known the artistic confectionary brand, Janice Wong.

Well-known for teaming up with other brands to offer authentic snow-skin mooncakes every Mid-Autumn Festival, Janice Wong is offering unique snow skin mooncake sets this year.

Image: Janice Wong

The Floral Snowskin Mooncake is presented in a pastel palette and has the following flavours:

  • Rose
  • Osmanthus Figs
  • Jasmine tea-infused filling
  • Lavender Apricot

The Janice Wong Signature Chocolate Mooncakes are inspired by childhood flavours, and has a layer of chocolate sponge and ganache.

Flavours for this set includes vanilla biscoff, salted pecan dark chocolate, peanut butter snickers and coffee chocolate.

For those who want a more moderate amount, there is the option of going for the Chocolate Mooncake (Box of 2). Flavours for this option are peanut butter snickers and coffee chocolate.

All orders can be made through the links above.

3. Zhen Wei

Prefer your mooncakes a bit more flakey? Zhen Wei’s Teochew mooncakes may just be what you’re looking for.

Image: Zhen Wei Mooncake

With its flakey pastry skin and a family recipe that’s been passed on through the generations, you can indulge in different yam variants, including:

  • Pure Yam
  • Single and Double Yolk Yam
  • Sesame Yam
  • Pumpkin Yam

You can order through their online order form.

By the way, did we mention that the box is really pretty as well?

Image: Zhen Wei Mooncake

4. Scoopz

Looking for mooncakes that are eggless and fully vegetarian? Check out Scoopz’s Vegetarian Mooncake Set.

Image: Scoopz

There are four different flavours included in the set:

  • White Lotus
  • Matcha Adzuki Bean
  • Dragon Fruit
  • Mixed Nuts

Looking for a more lavish experience this mooncake festival? You can opt for the lavish set, which comes with two flavours:

  • Lava Chocolate
  • Lava Black Sesame

You can order your own Scoopz mooncakes here.

5. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant

Located at Holiday Inn Atrium, Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant is well-known for whipping up classics with a modern twist.


Other than its signature mooncakes, Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant also has several intriguing flavours up for grab.


This include:

  • 娘惹榴莲冰皮月饼 Peranakan Durian
  • 白莲蓉奶油芝士巧克力冰皮月饼 Cheesecake
  • 抹茶蓉拿铁咖啡巧克力冰皮月饼 Dirty Matcha Latte
  • 白莲蓉朗姆酒葡萄干巧克力冰皮月饼 Rum & Raisin
  • 白莲蓉荔枝马提尼巧克力冰皮月饼 Lychee Martini
  • 班兰莲蓉香槟巧克力冰皮月饼 Pandan Champagne

For folks who want a healthier option, their low sugar white lotus seed paste baked mooncake is a must.

You can order your mooncakes from Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant here.

6. InterContinental Singapore

For folks who are looking for unique mooncake designs, InterContinental Singapore’s mid-autumn offerings may just be right up your alley.

Image: InterContinental Singapore

InterContinental Singapore’s latest array of new snowkin mooncakes are delicately moulded into the Man Fu Yuan’s iconic rose shape.

Each mooncake comes with a chocolate truffle centre, making each bite a delightful one.

InterContinental Singapore’s bestselling flavours such as the lychee chocolate truffle mooncake, will also be making a comeback.

The best part? The mooncake box is designed to be reusable, either as a storage box for makeup or jewellery, or to carry around as a bag.

You can order your mooncakes here.

P.s. This is one of the priciest options for the list.

7. Ding Bakery

Ding Bakery has been sold mooncakes to more than 53,000 people to date but they’re not stopping anytime soon.

Image: Ding Bakery

Well-known for its snowskin mooncakes, the Assortment of Premium Snow Skin Mooncakes set has four unique and delicious flavours that’ll bring you on a joyride.

They are:

  • Fuerte Avocado Snow Skin Mooncake
  • Piedmont Hazelnut Snow Skin Mooncake
  • Kyoto Hojicha Snow Skin Mooncake
  • Thai Young Coconut Snow Skin Mooncake

Alternatively, you can opt for Ding Bakery’s iconic Black Gold Mao Shan Wang Mooncakes. The skin is painted with gold and each snowskin mooncake contains 720g of real Mao Shan Wang flesh.

You can order your mooncakes here today.

8. Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant

Image: celebratorydelights.com

Here’s a set of mooncakes that looks as good as it tastes.

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel came up with four exciting flavours for their latest snowskin mooncake offerings:

  • Yuzu Honey with Peach Passionfruit Praline
  • Blueberry with Maple Cheese praline
  • Irish Cream Latte with Baileys Praline
  • White Lotus Seed Paste with Salted Egg Praline

You can choose to get the flavours individually (8 in each box) at S$86 or opt for the assorted set (2 of each flavour) for S$88.

You can order your mooncakes here.

9. PS.Cafe

If you love PS.Cafe’s food, then you won’t want to miss PS.Cafe’s debut into the mooncake arena this year.

Image: PS.Cafe

The mooncakes are created with love by PS.Cafe’s culinary team, and each flavour celebrates the brand’s iconic flavours.

Each set comes with a limited edition PS.Cafe presentation box and contains four different mooncakes:

  • White Truffle Mooncake – infused with the brand’s iconic truffle oil
  • Sticky Date Mooncake – a must-have if you love PS.Cafe’s sticky date pudding
  • Superfood Mooncake – think pine nuts, sunflower seeds, walnuts, melon seeds, and almonds, combined with candied orange peel
  • Verandah Mooncake – featuring a smooth pandan paste blended with fresh coconuts

You can order your mooncakes here.

10. Shinsen Hanten by Chen Kataro

Looking to indulge or impress this Mid-Autumn season? Then look no further than Michelin-starred restaurant Shinsen Hanten.

Image: festive.meritushotels.com

The standout flavours this season includes the Charcoal Black Sesame Paste with Sakura Prawn, Pistachio and Melon Seeds (left in image) and the Signature Assorted Nuts and Jamón Ibérico (right in image).

Yes, you read that right; prawn in mooncake.

The restaurant’s snowskin mooncakes do not pale in comparison either.

Image: festive.meritushotels.com

Flavours include Yam and White Chocolate with White Lotus Paste and Premium Oolong Tea Chocolate with Orange Paste.

You have the option of purchasing different flavours, or opting for a lavish gift set with comes with a bottle of Devaux Cuvée D Rosé MV (Assorted mini snowskin selection) or a bottle of Gusbourne Blanc de Blancs 2018, Kent (Shinsen Hanten collection).

More information can be found here.

So there you go, the 10 most unique mooncakes you can find in Singapore this Mid-Autumn Festival 2023. Is there any we missed out?

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