Make your own personalized mooncakes this Mid-Autumn festival (under the expert guidance of the Executive Chef and Dim Sum Chef at Yan Toh Heen of course). Inscriptions can include up to two Chinese characters of your choice on a pre-ordered mould. The day will look something like this: 11:00AM - Fuel up with a late dim sum breakfast and freshly brewed Chinese tea. Chef Lau will use this time to introduce the ingredients that you'll be using for your very own custard cream moon cake. 11:30 AM - Watch Chef Po Ng first demonstrate to you how mooncakes are really made (so you feel just that much worse when yours comes out looking nothing like what it's supposed to). 12:00 PM - You're up. Good luck. 12:45 PM - Sample your own creation along with a selection of Yan Toh Heen's specialty moon cakes like the Iberico ham moon cake (?!) and double egg yolk lotus paste moon cake. The class will take place Sep 10 (the deadline for booking is Aug 29), and can only hold up to 10 people so book early to secure your spot. It'll cost you HKD 988+10% for everything, including one personalized wooden mould set, a box of six custard cream moon cakes, the recipe to take home with you and a Yan Toh Heen Cooking Class apron. Keep in mind the class will be conducted in Cantonese, but English translations can be provided upon request. On a side note, if you prefer to let someone else do all the hard work, there are three kinds of homemade moon cakes available for purchase this year: the lotus seed paste and double salty egg yolk moon cakes - 4 pieces for\t\t\tHKD 288 the Spanish Iberico ham and mixed nut moon cakes - 6 pieces\t \t\tHKD 228 the mini custard cream moon cakes - 6 pieces for HKD 228 Take 10% off for every 10-25 boxes you buy, 15% off for every 26-50 boxes and 20% for orders of over 50 boxes (that's a lot of moon cakes, no?!). While you're at it, why not splurge and treat your entire building with their special moon cake hampers available at either HKD 4,288 or HKD 3,288. Call 2313 2323 for more information.