These miniature clay replicas of Indian dishes look mouth-watering
Shilpa Mitha creates such realistic-looking miniature replicas of Indian food that you will have a hard time popping them inside your mouth. The Chennai-based artist uses dry clay to make these tiny works of art. (Photo: Facebook/ Sueño Souvenir)
Eating a chocolate peanut bar this small wouldn't mean that we are cheating on our diet, right?
Doesn't this Tandoori chicken dish look simply delectable?
It's amazing that these food replicas are so incredibly detailed.
This looks like an awesome banquet spread for some really tiny guests.
It would have been so hard for anyone to refuse this burger and fries if they were edible.
These mini food replicas will certainly make you appreciate the rich diversity of Indian cuisine.
Here's everyone's favourite: Biryani.
Fancy some fried fish, anyone?
Now this is pretty much what everybody likes to have in front of them every morning.