10 Singapore foodies to follow on Instagram

#foodporn is officially one of the most popular Instagram hashtags, and no meal can start without the smartphones ‘eating’ (ok, taking a photo) before we do. Singaporeans take their food seriously and we certainly don’t have a lack of options in the dining scene.

While you might have your fair share of #foodporn on your social media feed, we recommend taking a cue from these 10 Singapore foodies — from food bloggers to chefs to celebrities, their recommendations will certainly provide more fodder for your restaurant hit list. Bon Appétit!

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Lawyer-turned-restaurateur and chef, Willin Low is the owner of successful fusion restaurant Wild Rocket, and is also known for his appearance as a judge on local television’s Wok Stars.

While Willin’s restaurant serves up fine dining cuisine and he is often the guest chef for high-end events such as private dinners, the man himself is a big fan of hawker fare and his Instagram posts bear evidence of that.

Follow @willcookwilleat on Instagram. 

Photo credit: Willin Low



When actress, director and host Michelle Chong isn’t busy filming or hobnobbing with other celebrities, you can be sure that she’s eating up a storm — either feasting with family (her dad seems to be a very good cook) or having a sumptuous meal at a hawker centre or restaurant.

With her voracious appetite, it is quite puzzling how she maintains her slim figure.

Follow @immichellechong on Instagram. 

Photo credit: Michelle Chong



Don’t be fooled by the feminine moniker — Lady Iron Chef is actually a man, and is the handle of one of Singapore’s most famous food and lifestyle bloggers, Brad Lau.

When Brad isn’t sussing out new eats in Singapore, you can be sure to find him jet setting off for a gastronomical adventure abroad. His site also includes food and drinks recommendations in cities such as Taipei and Bangkok for Singaporeans who heading overseas.

Follow @ladyironchef on Instagram. 

Photo credit: Brad Lau



Food columnist and occasional YouTube star Victoria Cheng calls herself a “chubby ninja”, but really, she’s anything but that.

Besides updating all of us on the latest eateries and menus in town, she also leads a busy life writing for her own site Gastronommy , sharing recipes, travel articles and musings on life in general.

Follow @victoriacheng on Instagram. 

Photo credit: Victoria Cheng



For a food blogger, Maureen Ow has a very apt social media handle — tam chiak actually means greedy in the Hokkien dialect.

One of the few food bloggers in Singapore to start blogging in Mandarin, Maureen also regularly shares recipes on Miss Tam Chiak with fellow foodies who are as tam chiak as her.

Follow @misstamchiak on Instagram. 

Photo credit: Maureen Ow



Seth Lui is more than just your average food blogger — he’s also a food and beverage marketing consultant, entrepreneur, writer and speaker.

Besides reviewing a range of eateries and diners (from the affordable to fine dining), Seth has also authored two food and beverage marketing books that teaches business owners how to market their restaurants to achieve good returns.

Follow @sethluicious on Instagram.

Photo credit: Seth Lui



This is quite an irony, but even as Daniel Ang tempts us with drool-worthy shots of whatever he’s eating, he’s also an advocator of healthy living as a fitness instructor. Seems like ‘everything in moderation’ is his modus operandi.

Daniel’s Food Diary was started out of Daniel’s passion for food, and is actually a hobby project of the full-time polytechnic lecturer. He chose to blog about food as he felt that it’s a timeless topic and one that’s close to the heart of Singaporeans — we concur.

Follow @danielfooddiary on Instagram.

Photo credit: Daniel’s Food Diary



A firm advocator of never wasting calories on “yucky food”, Leslie Tay’s I Eat I Shoot I Post  site is one of the pioneers of the #foodporn phenomenon in Singapore.

Family doctor by day and food blogger and photographer on the side, Leslie has also published three books on Singapore food, and is widely regarded as one of the best authorities on Singapore cuisine. He also enjoys cooking, and shares recipes and tips on how to recreate the dishes.

Follow @ieatishotipost on Instagram.

Photo credit: Leslie Tay



Kaelyn Ong, the petite lady behind My Food Sirens shares that the name of her blog was partly inspired by Greek mythology, where “sirens are creatures sweet voices that lured sailors into grounding their boats on the rocks on which the nymphs sang.” To her, food is like the sirens in so many ways –“Intoxicating, beautiful and yet, so very deadly if you let them get the better of you.”

While most food bloggers say that they eat literally everything, Kaelyn is not shy about being biased towards certain foods — she’s a pescetarian and has a weakness for Pierre Hermé’s macaroons, Hidemi Sugino’s mousse cakes from Tokyo, and anything with pumpkin, black sesame and chestnut.

Follow @myfoodsirens on Instagram.

Photo credit: Kaelyn Ong



One of the most well-known personalities in Singapore on food, K F Seetoh is also the founder of Makansutra (S) Pte Ltd, a company that celebrates and promotes food culture.

When K F isn’t busy with television and radio engagements, you can find the affable foodie hosting pop-up events or bringing celebrity pals like Gordon Ramsay around town to sample local food.

Follow @kfseetoh on Instagram.

Photo credit: K F Seetoh

A travel, nail art and food-crazed Singaporean, Joannah (@joannaaaaah) lives to eat and is constantly thinking of new manicure designs to try next. She's also obsessed with the Cat With No Mouth.