Honeymoon Dessert CA
Make Your Child's Lunar New Year 2023 Extra Special With Honeymoon Dessert!
An Engaging And Exciting FREE Tong-yuen (湯丸) Experience For Children Under 11 Years Old
Would you like to engage your child in more Lunar New Year activities besides visiting family and relatives in their homes? If so, join us for the making and eating of a festive treat during the Lunar New Year fortnight:
Days: January 21 (年三十) to February 5 (元宵節)
Time: 2:00pm - 6:00pm everyday
By visiting any Honeymoon Dessert in Greater Toronto with a young child under 11 years old and ordering one item (except for "Glutinous Rice Balls Coated with Crushed Peanut & Sesame” - 糖不甩 and drinks), your child will get an engaging and practical experience of making glutinous rice balls (湯丸), one of the signature treats for the Lunar New Year and a few other major Eastern ethnics’ festivals!
This experience will be a sweet family bonding
time, get your child creative, and will surely delight both your child and yourself.
Unique Tong-yuen (湯丸) Filling Options, Child-friendly Quantity, With Easy Instructions
At your choice of Ube or Salted Egg, we will give your child three pieces of rice ball dough and three portions of the chosen filling. These sweet and savoury options are different from the more well-known black sesame and peanut options on our regular menu and will get your child an extra special experience and memory. With your presence (the best present to your child) and an instruction sheet we provide, the process will be educational and enjoyable for both the creator and supervisor!
Enjoy the Self-made Tong-yuen (湯丸) Right After Making It!
Your child can enjoy his or her own creation warm and fresh in our store at a family-friendly table because our staff will cook them immediately after your child crafted it! Again, this offer is available at 2:00pm - 6:00pm between January 21 and February 5. Don't miss this free and fun activity that will make your family's Lunar New Year 2023 extra sweet and warm! From our team, we wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous Year of the Rabbit!