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A Mid-Autumn Moon Festival: Guest Chef MyThy Huynh at Miss Kim

Join us as Miss Kim hosts Chef MyThy Huynh for a Mid-Autumn Moon Festival featuring elements of traditional Chinese dishes crafted from our local harvest.

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The Mid-Autumn Festival is the second most important traditional festival in China next to Chinese Lunar New Year. In addition to the tradition of moon-gazing, the holiday represents the reunion of families, which often come together to eat and catch up and make plans for the future.

It’s also a time to give thanks for being together and for the harvest. Eating mooncakes is an absolute must for Chinese and Vietnamese people around the world, as the round shape represents unity and togetherness.

moon cakes on a blue plate

These mochi-like snowskin mooncakes are filled with a vanilla bean custard center.

  • “Typhoon” tomato panzanella salad, thai basil herb oil, black vinegar, crispy garlic, buffalo mozzarella
  • Pork and crab shumai, soy sauce, masago
  • Roasted beer duck, steamed bao, peking sauce, pickled cucumbers, scallions, pickled fermented fresno chilis
  • Roasted broccoli with pinenut and sesame sauce, fried thai basil and shallots
  • Koji roasted delicata, spiced lamb crumble, smoked tofu tzatziki, fennel gremolata, puffed rice
  • Snowskin mooncake with custard filling
  • Lotus seed and salted egg yolk cookie sandwich with osmanthus glaze

served family style, subject to change

PSSSST: You might know MyThy Huynh by her instagram handle @mightyinthemitten, but if you haven’t, make sure to follow her on Instagram or Facebook!