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10 Halal Mooncakes In KL For Your Sweet Treat This Mid-Autumn Festival 2021


Ili  •  Aug 29, 2021


The best thing about living in Malaysia is the variety of festivals we can celebrate and traditional cuisine we get to try. Since the Mid-Autumn Festival is here, that means the season of mooncakes is upon us! Whether you're craving for a traditional pure lotus or a premium Musang King mooncake, we show you where to find the best halal mooncakes in Malaysia ?

Best halal mooncakes in Malaysia 2021

1. Tianje

Credit: 天御屋 TIANJE on Facebook Treat yourself to premium mooncakes by Tianje and enjoy the variety of flavours they offer. Whether it's a custard egg yolk lava mooncake, longan lava mooncake or taro chestnut mooncake, you'll be delighted by all the different choices! They also have Crytsalline flavours such as black sesame, strawberry and even durian. Halal status: Halal-certified (Tianje mooncakes are manufactured by Tatawa Industries) Price:RM58.80 (6pcs) Website | Facebook

2. Inside Scoop

Credit: @myinsidescoop on Instagram For something a little different this Mid-Autumn Festival, why not try ice cream mooncake from Inside Scoop? Choose from these flavours available: Durian ice cream with chocolate ganache yolk, peanut ice cream with black sesame yolk, chocorange firecracker ice cream with popping candy and raspberry yoghurt + blue pea flower ice cream combo with raspberry jelly yolk. Halal status: Halal-certified Price: RM68 (2 pcs), RM128 (4pcs) Website | Facebook

3. Baker's Cottage

Credit: @bakerscottagemy on Instagram While Baker's Cottage may be known for their pastry and cakes, did you know that they offer yummy mooncakes too? That's right! Pick up one of their pure lotus mooncakes (with or without yolk) or give their new mooncake flavour a try - Chocolate Cookies & Creme! There's also the Snow Skin series featuring peachy mango, dark chocolate truffle and signature yam as their must-try flavours. Halal status: Halal-certified Price: From RM14.80 per mooncake Website | Facebook | Instagram

4. Fai Fong Bakery

Credit: 惠芳饼家 Fai Fong Bakery on Facebook Take a delicious bite out of Fai Fong Bakery's array of mooncakes and fall in love instantly this Mid-Autumn Festival! If you're a fan of the classics, the lotus paste double yolk and red bean paste are right up your alley. This year, look out for Fai Fong's signature mooncake flavours such as bamboo charcoal black sesame, tiramisu paste with chocolate lava and blueberry lava mooncake. Halal status: Halal-certified Price : RM68.80 (Mini Lava Mooncake Set), RM88 (Happiness Gift Set) Website | Facebook | Instagram

5. The Westin Kuala Lumpur

Credit: @thewestinkl on Instagram Inspired by the concept of the moon rabbit, The Westin Kuala Lumpur has launched a Celestial Moon mooncake box that is nothing short beautiful and elegant. What's interesting about this premium box is that it doubles as a vanity box to store your keepsakes or light travel case to carry around after the mooncake season is over! Halal status: Halal-certified Price: RM188 (per box of four mooncakes) Facebook | Instagram

6. Tai Thong Mooncake

Credit: Tai Thong Mooncake on Facebook Baked and snow skin mooncakes are two things that Tai Thong Mooncake knows best. Over the years, they've evolved their baked skin mooncakes from the well-loved pure lotus to the elevated Shanghai yam single yolk. If you fancy snow skin mooncakes, you might enjoy the snow skin red bean, musang king or lychee mint. Halal status: Do note that only food products under Tai Thong Mooncakes are halal-certified by Jakim. Tai Thong Restaurant is not halal-certified. Price: Starting from RM14.50 per piece Website | Facebook

7. Purple Cane

Credit: @purplecane_tea on Instagram Putting a special spin on mooncakes, Purple Cane is back with another range of tea mooncakes this Mid-Autumn festival. Their mooncakes are made with Cantonese-style pastry crust and are infused with many tea variants such as green tea, black tea, oolong tea and Pu'er tea. This year, they're offering a Red Bean Pasta series and Lotus Pasta series, plus other yummy flavours you can find on their site. Halal status: Halal-certified Price: Starting from RM10.40 per piece Website | Facebook | Instagram

8. JMM Cookies

Credit: @miharuse7en on Instagram Chinese New Year cookies aren't the only thing that JMM Cookies are known for. Give their mooncake series a chance, and be delighted by the flavours of matcha red bean, black sesame and dragon fruit with cranberry. If you love our King of Fruits, unwrapping the Imperial Durian mooncake will be your favourite thing of the day. Halal status: Halal-certified Price: Starting from RM15 per piece Website | Facebook | Instagram

9. Mooncake Halal Sqiyin

Credit: @mooncakehalalsyiqin on Instagram Malaysians, let's support local this Mid-Autumn Festival by getting your mooncakes from none other than Mooncake Halal Syiqin. This homegrown businesses made its debut in 2019 and has been growing strong with their year-round mooncakes, which means you can enjoy these sweet treats no matter the time of the year! From Dalgona Coffee and White Chocolate to Green Tea with Salted Caramel, now you know where to get your fix of yummy halal mooncakes. Halal status: Muslim-owned Price: Starting from RM30 per set Instagram

10. Mimi Lala

Credit: @mimilalahq on Instagram Another home-based business you can support is Mimi Lala. Also Muslim-owned, you'll have no problem finding a range of flavours from them as they have 18 for you to choose from! Whether you get a curated set of 6 mooncakes or place an a la carte order, each mooncake will guarantee satisfaction. So feel free to fill your dining table with mooncakes filled with red bean, chocolate, pandan, dauyong (mung bean) and more. Halal status: Muslim-owned Price: Starting from RM11 per piece/set Instagram When it comes to mooncakes, you know the Mid-Autumn season is the best time to try them! Made with a traditional pastry crust and sweet lotus filling, it's no surprise why many enjoy this sweet delight. The next time you're looking for halal mooncakes in Malaysia, you know where to find them! ?  P.S. Shopping for mooncakes in the Lion City? Check out our Halal Mooncake Guide In Singapore!