I know the title of my post is pretty deceiving since it sounds as if I dined there when I was visiting Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore last month. LOL I did not dine there; I’m not one who goes for taste, if you know what I mean. Just show me the cheapest eateries and I’d be happiest.
But anyway, I love miniature stuff like these display dishes. If you follow my blog, you would know that I like to capture photos of things that are extra small or extra large. Apparently, these are pretty common in Japanese restaurants but what do I know? LOL I have no idea what these were made from, they don’t look like clay to me. They look like gel, hardened gel.
I really admire people who are creative with things like these and kid myself that if I have the time (and money), I would go and take up a course like this but then I know that I would never be able to come up with anything artistic! Sad, isn’t it?
P/S: My friend gave me a good lesson on sampuru. That’s Japanese for “sample” which refers to fake food displayed outside Japanese restaurants. They are not made of clay but plastic and silicon. Apparently, fake food sample is big business in Japan! Ah, now I know!