Mooncakes are eaten to commemorate the Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, which is Sept 15 this year.
And this year, molten lava mooncakes filled with cream or custard are, well, melting our hearts.
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Here are 6 places where you can get these molten mooncakes. They are available for purchase online, at their respective outlets or hotels, or at mooncake fairs including at Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Takashimaya Square, B2.
Pro tip: warm them up to have the fillings ooze out as you cut into them (warming up baked mooncakes also produces a buttery aroma from the crust and softens it), or eat them chilled to enjoy the filling as a thick custard.
By Kenneth Goh, The Straits Times, 21 August 2016
Additional reporting by Pinky Chng