One of the Most Authentic Heritage Food Hall in Singapore - Singapura Heritage!
With Singapore entering Phase 3 (With the limit of 8 pax apart from family members for house gatherings), everyone is busy planning for their meetings. We are all eager about the news on the latest vaccine releases. We at Tristeps Studios, have also been working hard to help businesses move forward by taking more visuals to encourage more contactless deliveries to minimise potential Covid-19 transmissions.
Here is another project with Singapura Heritage that also adopts on delivery platforms such as Deliveroo and FoodPanda.
Singapura Heritage is a newly opened food hall, serving deliciously local food at Seletar Mall #03-10/11/12; a dedicated space that offers a traditional throwback to some of us.
You might have some recollection of these notable stores:
Eng’s Wantan Noodle
Old Hainan Curry Rice
Zhong Zhong Wu Xiang
Bee Hong Hainanese Chicken Rice
Prawn Noodle Soup
Teochew Handmade Pau
Old School Bird Nest Drink
(Sketch of prawn noodles) (Final image of prawn noodles)
Our art director, Henry, has made sure there are elements of heritage belonging to each culture. For instance, for the shoot with Fatty Prawn Noodle, there are two traditional rattan fans to incorporate some old-school vibes to the photograph.
(Sketch of curry chicken rice) (Final image of curry chicken rice)
For the Old Hainan Curry Rice, we have actually used the owner’s grandparent’s sign board to pay remembrance to the last generation hawkers of Old Hainan Curry Rice.
(Sketch of chicken rice) (Final image of chicken rice)
For the Bee Hong Hainanese Chicken Rice, the backdrop curtain added a touch of vibrancy and natural aspect to the brown table top that we had and felt that it might be dull overall if there weren't colours added.
(Sketch of Ngoh Hiang) (Final image of Ngoh Hiang)
Zhong Zhong Wu Xiang is a name familiar to many in Singapore. Being one of the best handmade Teochew Ngoh Hiang, they actually supply up to 20 hawkers and restaurants locally! Our team at Tristeps really loved their delicious crispy prawn cracker. It was by far the most authentic one we had with the paste having a rich prawn flavor! The greens of the palm tree gave off the feeling of dining back at a Kampong while being surrounded by nature.
(Sketch of Pau) (Final image of Pau)
As for the Michelin Plate Teochew Handmade Pau and Old School Bird Nest drink, Henry has managed to bring out the nostalgic essence of the days where we would go down to the ‘Night Market’ also known as ‘Pasar Malam’ to get a cheap thrill $2 bird nest drink.
Doesn't the Acrylic Sign Board send a nostalgic feeling that you get when you visit those Night Market booths?
(Sketch of Wantan Mee) (Final image of Wantan Mee)
Eng’s Wantan Noodle is another familiar name to locals. One thing to note is that the pork lard and chili sauce (FYI it’s really hot) is the true signature of Eng’s Wanton Noodle. The metal noodle strainer and noodles were paired together to pay tribute to the process and hard work behind cooking the noodles.
(Sketch of group shot) (Final image of group shot)
See how all the elements have come together by utilising complementary colours and repetition of the round shapes?
Tristeps Studios are storytellers that narrate your brand story though powerful visuals. We specialise in Food Photography and Slow-motion Videography for commercial works!