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Look At These Adorable LEGO Nasi Lemak, Chicken Rice, Satay, Kuih & More

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Cover image via Xylvie Wong/LEGOMalaysia (Facebook) & Gavin Foo/LEGOMalaysia (Facebook)

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Guys, imagine your favourite meals... but made out of LEGO

LEGO Malaysia just shared these appetising #BuildOfTheWeek creations by brick artists Gavin Foo, Eugene Tan, Xylvie Wong, and Andy Goh and they're all just too cute!

Gavin Foo, who once built a LEGO replica of Singapore's Merlion, came up with this plate of chicken rice, with chilli, ginger, and soup on the side. Looks real tasty TBH.

Then there's this nasi lemak by My Little Brick Shop's co-founder Xylvie Wong, who shared that these yummy-looking LEGO dishes were built for a Singapore Heritage Festival earlier this year.

Speaking to SAYS, she reveals that she was inspired to make nasi lemak after plucking out all the pieces from a LEGO minifigure torso and they ended up looking like 'rice'.

"I absolutely love nasi lemak. I can eat it all day every day. So I thought, what better 'rice' to build?"

Look at that floppy egg and ikan bilis! <3

Formerly an architect, Eugene Tan decided to pursue his hobby to become a full-time LEGO MOC (My Own Creation) builder in 2015.

For this project, he recreated chilli crab, dumplings, leng chee kang, and roti canai.

But our favourite has got to be this itty bitty satay and kuih that he built together with Andy Goh.

"My inspiration comes from everyday objects I see, be it an object, a building, or even [elements] from a festival. Whenever something catches my eyes, I will subconsciously try to think of ways to build it in brick form in my mind," Goh previously shared in an interview with Geek Culture.

According to Geek Culture, Tan has been known for building stunning LEGO replicas of nostalgic items and landmarks in Singapore.

He once built this old LEGO Singer sewing machine that went viral several years ago:

Image via Eugene Tan
Image via Eugene Tan
Image via Eugene Tan

You can check out the Facebook post below:

This cute mini ais kacang machine and hot pot set made out of LEGO also went viral previously:

KL-based LEGO collector Vincent Kiew once made small Tun M and Siti Hasmah figures too: