April 5, 2018

News & Promotions

1st January 2018
In 2017, we are proud to have rendered our service to
the Singapore Philatelic Museum, in connection with the
“Abode Of Peace And The Lion City: A Brunei-Singapore Exhibition”.
Plastic Models of two Bruneian Traditional Dishes, Ambuyat
and Tempoyak, were custom-made. And for the first time,
we custom-made Crispy Fried Noodles “Sheng Mian” and
achieved successfully the required colour and texture.

We continued to work with local and overseas customers
in the Food & Beverage, Education & Training and
Dietary & Nutrition Sectors. As compared to 2016, we have
served twice as many customers from outside Singapore.
Fulfilling our customers' needs and expectations has been
and will always be our top priority.

Our team would like to say a big THANK YOU to all our customers
and friends for their business and support in 2017. We will
continue to strive for better workmanship and to deliver quality
customer service. Looking forward to serving you in 2018.

2nd January 2017
In 2016, we have worked closely with more customers who
required fully customised plastic food models. The models
were produced according to customers' requirements on
food sizes, shapes, colours, textures and cooking methods.
On a few occasions, raw food items were purchased and cooked
in our little kitchen, before silicone moulds were produced for
model replication. We are proud to have overcome successfully the
technical hurdles and fulfilled the expectations of our customers.

Thanks to our Singapore customers who have foodcourt stalls
and kiosks in shopping malls, more of our food models are
currently showcased in the Heartlands and Orchard Road.

Our team would like to say a big THANK YOU to all our customers
and friends for their business and continued support last year.
We will continue to better ourselves in the workmanship and
customer service aspects. Looking forward to serving you in 2017.

6th June 2016
In late 2010, our company completed and delivered a series of
custom-made Bubble Tea Plastic Models to Gong Cha Singapore. 
The models are currently displayed at Gong Cha's kiosk in 
Raffles City Shopping Mall Basement One.

Back then, we assured the client that we would use only
high-quality non-toxic PVC plastic, paints and lacquer. The materials 
used would last for at least 3 years without significant deformation 
and discolouration, if kept indoors. During our routine check last week
(we would do so yearly), all the models at the kiosk are still 
in good condition, with no obvious deformation and discolouration.

Kudos to Gong Cha Singapore for looking after the models well. 
We are proud to have fulfilled our promise to the client.

4th January 2016
2015 has been a fruitful year for us. We are proud
to have produced a couple of fully-customised
Plastic Models of Singapore and Western Cuisines.
At times we had to challenge ourselves to cross
technical barriers to meet customers' expectations.
Whether it was producing a full Popiah-Making
Demonstration Set, or installing two cooked Mud
Crabs with Gravy onto an Iron Wok, we had
challenged ourselves to do a good job. The efforts
are worthwhile and we appreciate our customers'
confidence in us.

8th October 2015
In late May 2015, Ms Lynette Neo interviewed

our Creative Consultant Mr. Philip Lim about

our Plastic Food Models business. She is
currently a third-year student from School of
Media & Communication in Singapore Polytechnic.
The interview was for a published article in the
magazine "Passion" (September 2015 issue).
Philip shared with Ms Neo about the use of
food models to promote Local Food Heritage
and Healthy Diet & Nutrition, plus to serve as
3D Menus at various eateries and to reduce
food wastage.

Many thanks to Ms Neo for giving us the
opportunity to share our business.

2nd January 2015
2014 has been an exciting year for us. For the
first time, our Creative Consultant Mr. Philip Lim
had the privilege to share our Plastic Food Models
business on National Television. We had the
 opportunity to custom-make a couple of
Plastic Models of Singapore and Foreign Cuisines.
In 2015, we will continue to improve our
workmanship and customer service.
Customer feedback is important to us.
We would like to say a big THANK YOU to all our
customers for their kind support all these years.

15th September 2014
Our Creative Consultant, Mr. Philip Lim,
was featured in Mediacorp Channel U's
Shoot It2 <哪里出问题2>. He introduced
Plastic Food Models during the Game Show.
We would like to thank WaWa Pictures for
giving us the opportunity to share our business
and be part of the Game Show series.

13th January 2014
2013 has been a fruitful year for us. We have
custom-made many Plastic Models of various
Singapore and Foreign Cuisines. Here is a Photo
Montage of some selected models. We hope 2014
will be a better year for us. Our aim is to continue
to improve our workmanship and customer service.
Customer feedback is important to us.
We would like say a big THANK YOU to all our
customers for their kind support all these years.

13th June 2013
It is heartening when a satisfied customer gave
positive feedback on our model workmanship
and service rendered.

28th February 2013
Our Plastic Food Models were featured in
ieatishootipost.com on 16th February 2013.

13th September 2012
Our Creative Consultant, Mr. Philip Lim,
was interviewed and featured in
The Silver Chef on 12th September 2012.

14th May 2012
It is very satisfying to know that our
Plastic Food Models have made a difference
to our customer's business.

30th March 2012
After sending a strongly worded email to
the competitor company, the Satay Set model photo
is removed from their website. We will check back
their website from time to time. We welcome
fair and healthy competition. And we do not
tolerate infringement of intellectual property
and unethical business practices.

If you found any websites that hijacked our product photos
(with or without watermarked print "@Phil Design Studio"),
please do inform us. Thank you for your kind support!

29th March 2012
Today a customer told us that a local company
is also producing Plastic Food Models. When we
visited the company website, we found out that
the photo of the Satay Set model produced by
our company has been hijacked. The photo even
has the watermarked print of our company name.

28th March 2012
Our Creative Consultant, Mr. Philip Lim,
was interviewed and featured in
Makansutra Blog Street on 27th March 2012.

7th February 2012
Our Creative Consultant, Mr. Philip Lim,
was interviewed and featured in the 
NTUC Lifestyle Magazine February 2012 issue.

April 4, 2018

Why Use Plastic Food Models For Display?

When cooked food are put on display, they will turn bad with time and will invite flies / ants. Replacing cooked food with plastic food models for display purposes will eliminate the problem of food wastage. Food models retain the actual food colour and texture for a long time.

Money and labour can be saved, food wastage can be avoided.

Food models can be displayed at the entrance of restaurants, creating 3D visual food menus with strong impact. Such visual impact will whet the appetite of customers.

Food models allow easier ordering of food at restaurants / eating places. Tourists who are not familiar with local food will understand quickly once they see the realistic food models.

Food models can be used for special food promotions at restaurants, hotels and food exhibitions, as well as for nutrition and health education at hospitals, polyclinics and schools.

Our plastic food models are made of high-quality polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and will have a long lifespan if not put under direct sunlight or close to artificial heat. Dust can be removed by a damp cloth or rinsing with water.

April 3, 2018

Actual Size Food Model Displays – Singapore Food & Beverage

Customised Products

• Singapore Chinese Food – Hainanese Chicken Rice, Economic Rice, Wanton Noodle Dry/Soup, Fishball Mee Pok Dry, Apple & Pear Pork Rib Soup, Char Kway Teow, Crispy Fried Noodles With Seafood & Vegetables, Chilli Crab, Sambal Prawns On Banana Leaf, Mee Tai Mak Claypot, Bak Kut Teh, Hakka Yong Tau Foo, Various Beef Dishes, Popiah, Chinese Braised Pork Belly Bun, Chee Cheong Fun, Yam Kueh, Soon Kueh, Chwee Kueh, Png Kueh, Ang Ku Kueh.
• Singapore Malay Food – Beef & Chicken Satay, Nasi Lemak, Mee Goreng, Mee Soto, Otak Otak, BBQ Dendeng.
• Singapore Indian Food – Nasi Biryani, Roti Prata With Curry, Thosai, Chapti, Tomato Chutney, Sambar Curry, Dhal Curry, Gobi Matar.
• Singapore Peranakan Food – Laksa, Curry Chicken, Achar.
• Singapore Pastries & Snacks – Kaya & Butter Toast, Curry Puff, Muah Chee.
• Singapore Drinks & Desserts – Kopi-O (Black Coffee), Iced Calamansi, Pulot Hitam, Cheng Tng, Ice Kachang, Grass Jelly Dessert, Soya Beancurd Dessert.

When requesting for quotation, kindly state food model name and quantity per model.