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Celebrate Mid-Autumn at Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant

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This Mid-Autumn, make a trip down to Singapore’s iconic revolving restaurant, Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant and celebrate the festivities in an elegant Chinese setting with a 360 degree view of the beautiful skyline, along with a range of delicious mid-autumn treats specially prepared by renowned Masterchef Chan and his culinary team. All dining and mooncake offers are available only for a limited time period, from now to 19 September 2013.

1.     Mooncake Selections

Whether you are looking for traditional, snowskin or flaky mooncakes, Prima Tower has it all.

Snowskin: The latest snowskin mooncakes making a debut this year is the White Peach with a mesmerising hint of sweetness in the white peach infused lotus paste and the unique Honey Purple Potato, featuring the natural sweetness of the purple potato combined with a well-textured lotus paste. Two other favourites making a comeback this year are the Passionfruit and Low Sugar Green Tea.

Snowskin collection: Honey Purple Potato, White Peach, Low Sugar Green Tea, Passionfruit

Snowskin collection: Honey Purple Potato, White Peach, Low Sugar Green Tea, Passionfruit

Flaky: Back again this year by popular demand is the signature Crispy Yam Paste with Single Yolk – flaky mooncakes filled with fresh and fragrant yam paste encasing a savoury egg yolk, a perfectly complemented combination!

Crispy Yam Paste with Single Yolk

Crispy Yam Paste with Single Yolk

Traditional: Fans of traditional mooncakes will enjoy the Pure White Lotus, White Lotus with Single or Double Yolk and the Assorted Nuts with Jin Hua Ham, if they prefer a slightly savoury option with a little bit of crunch.

Available from 28 August to 19 September 2013. All POSB/DBS card members will receive 15% off with min. purchase of 2 boxes of mooncakes.

2.     Mid-Autumn Set Menu and A la Carte Deals

The Mid-Autumn festival makes for a perfect time to celebrate with family and friends and relish hearty dishes with the Mid-Autumn Festival Special Set Menu, an enchantment of eight signature dishes using only the best quality ingredients. Start the meal with Masterchef Chan’s Sautéed Bird’s Nest with Egg White, followed by a comforting bowl of Fish Maw and Seafood in Thick Soup, and a medley of mouth-watering dishes including the Chilli Lobster, house favourite Authentic Barbequed Peking Duck, Braised Sliced Abalone and Sea Cucumber with Broccoli and Deep-Fried Garoupa with Sweet and Sour Sauce. The Mid-Autumn Festival Special Set Menu is available for both lunch and dinner at a promotional price of $498++ (u.p. $720++) for 10 persons. A complimentary box of mooncakes will be given for each Mid-Autumn Festival Special Set Menu ordered.

Peking Duck

Peking Duck

To put everyone in a festive mood, Prima Tower is also offering three of its a la carte signature dishes at an attractive price of only $48++. The signature dishes include: Authentic Barbequed Peking Duck (u.p. $65++), Double-Boiled Shark’s Fin Soup with Scallop, Venison Tendon and Abalone (u.p. $65++), Braised 5 Heads Abalone with Broccoli, and a uniquely Beijing dessert, Three Non Stick (u.p. $60++). What’s even more irresistible is the 1-For-1 Deal for every Braised 5 Heads Abalone with Broccoli ordered.

Chilli Lobster

Chilli Lobster

3.     Special Dim Sum Promotion

Dim sum lovers rejoice! Prima Tower’ is also having a Dim Sum lunch special, featuring eight selected fried and steamed choices, all at a pocket friendly price of just $2.80++ each this Mid-Autumn. You may choose from Pan-Fried Radish Cake, to Xiao Long Bao and Deep-fried Prawn Ravioli with Salad Cream.


Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant
201 Keppel Road Singapore 099419
Tel: 6272-8822/ 6272-8988
Opening Hours: Lunch: 11am to 2:30pm (Mon – Sat), 10:30am to 2:30pm (Sun & PH); Dinner: 6:30pm to 10:30pm (Daily)

Author: Javan Ng

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