This 4th of October, come and celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival at Constance Belle Mare Plage.
Originated in the Zhou Dynasty, around 1045 – 221 BC, The Mid-Autumn Festival was the time when Chinese Emperors worshipped the harvest moon in Autumn as they believed that the practice would bring them a good harvest the following year.
Over the years though, this practice changed and the Mid-Autumn festival is now a time to celebrate family and friends’ togetherness as well as appreciate the moon which is the symbol of reunion. (Chinese belief)
And this 4th of October, you are invited to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival around a Hot Pot under the moon at Constance Belle Mare Plage’s Indigo restaurant.
What to expect:
Deep-fried calamari ring,
Laoganma chilli sauce.
Chinese Hot Pot and Mini-BBQ
Lobster & Tiger prawns,
Fish and crab balls,
Black Angus beef,
Selection of noodles,
Not to be missed: Mooncake!
Booking is highly recommended!
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