Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Food Display at Japanese Restaurant

Saw these plastic food display outside the Japanese Restaurant in Marina. They looked so real and delicious.



Sorry for the blur photos cause they were taken by cellphone.

12 comments:

dennis said...

Dennis loves food shots!!!

Cellphone? Good Job! Hey Congrats on all your new awards.

dennis said...

Dennis told some of his pals about your National Day and we drank (Cheers) to Singapore! yay!

alicesg said...

That is so nice of you Dennis. Hope you have fun with Ched and Eddy. :)

Lara said...

haha, I was thinking two things: 1. maybe your photo is in a tricky position, and 2. if not, how come that the food beats gravity?! LOL! great post!

Lawstude said...

i could mistake it for the real thing. nice.

Jules said...

I always love your food shots. They always make me hungry!!!

My cell phone just makes phone calls - I am so IT useless this is all I can cope with. Everytime i use my daughter's cell phone i take a photo of my foot!!!!

alicesg said...

Thank you for the compliments and nice comments.

Jules, that is funny. I am still learning how to use the camera on the cell phone, I am very slow in learning all these new technology...lol. I had a long way to catch up with sons. :)

Daniel J Santos said...

very interesting and appealing way to show the food.

the donG said...

i really like how they do those food displays. i actually thought they were real food.

J.C. said...

They are like beautiful and creative work of arts!!! It'd be nicer if they are edible too!! Yum, yum!

d. chedwick said...

I was recently informed that my cellphone is ANCIENT
isn't that an idiotic term for a cellphone techie to use?
3 years old and still functioning thank you very much!

d. chedwick said...

for plastic food it looks pretty juicy! The first faux food I ever saw in a display was Sushi in New Orleans--it totally fooled me, I wondered out loud how long fish would last in a display window before smelling.
Lucky for me, other onlookers were fooled also. We all stood and studied the sushi and sashimi for awhile before finding a telltale seam on the side of a shrimp.