100 Most Incredible Food Bloggers of India – 2018

“There is no love sincerer than the love of food” – George Bernard Shaw

Good food is good mood and it always stands true. Good Food is something that can never fail to impress anyone and a good food blogger is someone who loves sharing the experience of good food with the world.

On that note, we present to you the “100 Most Incredible food bloggers of India” – 2018 Edition by WORLD OF INDIA. They are the gems of food blogging in India. From street food to luxury dining, from gastropubs to home cooked food, each and every aspect of gastronomy is covered by these 100 bloggers and every one of them have a niche of their own. Many of you are already following them but those who are not, you are missing something really really good.

So, without wasting much time let’s start and watch till the end because………..!

1. Nazia Hasan, the founder of one of the best Influencers and Food Community of India ‘FoodManiacIndia’ began her career with leading news channels like headlines today, Times Now and NewsX. After working for 7 years, she decided to pursue her passion for photography and blogging, eventually leading to Food Photography and Food Community. With immense love and support from her husband she gave her life a new meaning with loads of success and fame with more than 3 lakh followers on her social media.

2. Whatever you do, do it with all your heart and soul, Dilsefoodie has efficiently proved this mantra of life. With great love for food and blogging as the medium for social media this amazing Food Blogger came a long way with lovers from all over the world for the food posts and detailed reviews.


3. A Doctor by profession, a Foodie by passion. Dr. Radhika Agarwal is an inspiration for many who want to showcase their love for food and share the culinary experiences with the world. Being in a Medical profession, her home-made food preparations are healthy and can help you stay more fit. Go follow her now, and come back to thank us later.

“Her top three favorite items are Margherita Pizza, Golgappa and Matar paneer.
Her top 3 food places :
1) Sagar Ratna, Defence Colony- this place has special memories attached as I used to visit this place with my family since childhood. I totally love their dosas, soft idlis, flavourful rasam and sweet dahi vada.
2) Gulati, pandara Road- this place is consistent with their food and service. My top recommendations- dal makhni, kadhai paneer, paneer kulcha
3) Raasta- this quirky place has amazing vibes and food here is lipsmacking.”

Rollin weekend? #teekhi_mircheee #springrolls

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4. Everything Vegetarian!! With keen interest in food, preparation methods and cooking techniques since childhood, VForVeggie is one of the biggest Vegetarian Food Community from India today. Aspiring to open a Vegetarian Food Joint anytime soon, we wish him all the best in future.

“Favourite food items:
1. Rajma Rice – Mom Made Rajma Rice is the Best. Have eaten it continuously For 30 Days back in my childhood days!

2. Coconut Curd Sandwich – Again a recipe by mom very close to me. A perfect sandwich I like to have on a Sunday Morning! It’s healthy and very light.

3. Masala Dosa – South Indian Food is Love and to be specific Masala Dosa is one thing I can have anytime. Be it for Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner. I am always up for it.”


5. A graduate from the Delhi University, with a lot of zest in her heart and love for Photography, travelling, exploring, shopping, social work and sports. She is now well known for her account foodiesince96 as a leading Food Blogger based in Delhi. She got the honour of working with the Spoon University for her first international project as the photographer. Her family is an inspiration and the reason behind her successful social media connectivity.

“My three fav places are Tk’s Hyatt New Delhi, The Big chill cafe, Tgif’s

Fav Dishes Dimsum, sushi & A good Chicken Pizza”


6. Sukrit and Kashish Jain are siblings behind the food blogging team TheGreatIndianFoodie. Based in Delhi/NCR, their food reviews and updates are perfect in every sense if you are looking for what to eat, when to eat and where to eat?!

“Places i love the most

1. Prankster for pav bhaji zinker one of the best thing i’ve had

2. Nagai for green tea ice cream. Best thing ever had

3. Indian grill room gurgaon for the best dahi kebabs and roasted pineapple i’ve ever had.”


7. Ever heard of someone who is a great Food Blogger and a Working professional in an MNC ? We will introduce you to an amazing person who does this with sheer perfection. DilliFoodies is one such account where you can get the best of food pictures, reviews and honest criticism from Dilwalon ki Dilli.

“My Favorite three Food Items are Sushi, Grilled Chicken and Mutton Biryani.


8. Aman Singhal is an easy go lucky student from Manav Rachna International College with food blogging mantra ‘Food is my first and last love now…’ !!


9. A lawyer, a food blogger, a travel influencer… sounds interesting!! Devashree Sanghvi is one such young enthusiast from Amchi Mumbai, blogging about the best of places to eat and hang around with your buddies.

“Three best places to Eat : In Mumbai it’s really hard to choose my three ultimate places to Eat but if I had to I’d say China Garden at Kemps Corner for Chinese Food, Thackers Bhojnalay at Kalbadevi for the best thali and Kangan at The Westin Mumbai Garden City for Indian food.

Three best foods : There’s nothing like homemade food at the end of the day. But my all time favourite foods would be Pani Puri, Tiramisu and Pizza.”

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10. If you want to know what Delhi eats, you must and you should follow an interesting account on instagram with username delhi_eats. Managed by an awesome duo, Abhishek a Radio Jockey at Radio Mirchi and Kuljyoti a post-graduate in Economics and future lecturer. This duo covers streets foods, pocket friendly restaurants and the high-end fine dining places in and around Delhi/NCR.

“Our favorite places include-

Old Delhi – Including areas like Chandni Chowk, Chawari Bazar, Sadar Bazar and Daryaganj. One can find loads of hidden street food gems in these areas.

My personal favorite options here are, Biryani and Nihari from Al-Jawahar, Daulat Ki Chaat from the streets, and Kachori from JB Kachori Wala.

Connaught Place – This place is the heart of Delhi, then how can it be behind in terms of savoring options for food. This place has both street food eateries and gallant restaurants to satiate any sort of food craving. My favorites are Town House cafe and MTV FLYP. Also, I love Shalimar Cafe which can provide a complete meal for a person at a price as low as Rs. 100.

Gurgaon – Gurgaon is the new hub for food lovers since it has loads of new restaurants and microbreweries. I love beer and cocktails from Molecule, and Prankster is another favourite over there.”


11. Takes pride in reviewing more than 520 restaurants in Delhi/NCR that includes the hidden gems of the city. A multi-talented person preparing for IAS along with a construction business, was a medical drop out once. But today he is one of the most likable reviewer on social media handles across India.

“Sanadige is my favourite restaurant in Delhi-ncr and my favourite food is Rajma Chawal.”

What's better than roses? ROSES THAT YOU CAN EAT?? (Swipe left to watch the video) . . I ordered this cute Rosette Cupcake Basket from @celebratethebonds that has scrumptious rose shaped cupcakes packed in such a way that it looked like a bouquet. My cupcake loved it❤. You can order it at the discounted price of 1600/- including free delivery. Give a call at 8800972442 to book? . . ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Follow @foodieincarnate @foodieincarnate @foodieincarnate @foodieincarnate ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ . . #foodieincarnate #sodelhi #newdelhi #foodtalkindia #desifood #delhigram #cupcake #cupcakes #indianfood #delhifoodblogger #delhite #foodporn #foodblogger #delhifoodblog #desserttime #foodphoto #sugarcoma #delhifood #dessertfirst #sugarrush #sugarhigh #dessertgram #instafood #desserts #dessert #indiansweets #mithai #rose #bakery #cake

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12. Parimita Nagori is blogging and reviewing about the most liked and most loved food from the city of dreams – Mumbai. Having approximately 80K followers, you too can follow this blogger if you are from Mumbai or travelling anytime soon.


13. Nikita was not a foodie, food just made her happy and the best way of connecting with different people, allows her to explore the different religion, culture in India. Also, she likes to date with appetizing food menu, hence the name ‘iamdatingfood’. Her perspective “food never leaves me alone” garnered her around 79K followers for her food account on instagram.

“I love Asian & Italian Cuisine, so you will find me mostly gulping on some Sushi or Pizzas. Also, my favorite restaurants are Burma Burma, Yum Yum Cha, Indigo Deli, Sanadige & yes, Smoke House is my all time favorite.”


14. A classically trained cook, Natasha Diddee is an inspiring novelist raising awareness about healthy eating habits and body requirements. Her fiction novel ‘Foursome’ is a good read. The physical ailments in her life is the source of motivation for the food blogging career she chose.

“I prefer eating vegetarian food as it’s easier to digest.

I love Indian food for it’s diversity. No other cuisine can boast of such variety in food.

I love India and am a proud Indian. But I have also fallen in love with South Island in New Zealand.”

Those Thecha Long Beans – Done I cooked in sunflower oil and tempered it with mustard seeds, curry leaves and onions. I added in tomatoes, fresh coriander, that thecha that my mamma made for me and cooked the long beans in this till done I finished with coarsely pounded roasted & salted peanuts It was soo so good and hearty with a generous squeeze of lime juice scooped up with hot rotis . . . . . #thecha #maharashtra #desifood #maharashtrianfood #weekendlunch #indianmeal #indianfoodie #creativefood #incredibleindia #realfood #homechef #vegetarianmeal #vegetarianrecipes #cookedwithlove #weekenddinner #spicyfoods #goodfoodindia #foodtalkindia #authenticfood #myrecipe #traditionalfood #meatlessmeals #momknowsbest #realindianfood #glutenfreefood #lowgi #longbeans #lowcarbfood #ethnicfood #everydayfood

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15. TheFoodPunch are professional food bloggers and promoters based in Bengaluru, Mumbai, Pune, Goa and Delhi. Reviewing restaurants on a regular basis and publicizing the signature dishes is their prime medium for seeking the attention of their followers.

“Food Items we love the most:

Bull-Berry at Mudpipe Cafe, Bangalore​Bull-Berry is one of their best selling coolers. Red bull mixed with lemonade and a pinch of berry syrup gives the perfect refreshing taste to your taste buds. With an adequate amount of ice cubes added in the glass, this would definitely leave you wanting more. Ordering a single bull-berry would be the last mistake on this planet.

Thali at Delhi Highway, Mumbai

​Delhi Highway is one of the best north indian cuisine restaurant when it comes to its authenticity. Their thali gives a perfect tribute to our traditional north indian food. It contains the following items:
1) Veg Paneer Handi
2) Sahi Paneer
3) Veg Kadai
4) Dal Delhi Highway
5) Chhole
6) Breads
7) Cheese Kulcha/Tandoori Roti
8) Rice
9) Dum Biryani
10) Delhi Special Lassi
11) Vegetable Salad
12) Raita
13) Gulab Jamun
14) Jalebi with Rabdi

Cheese Burst Dosa at Pure Milk Centre, Mumbai

If you are a street food lover, you ought to visit this place. This place is synonymous with delicious food that can satiate all food cravings. The location of this place makes it more ​marketable. This place serves more than 100 varieties of dosa and is indeed one of the best foodie place in town.”


16. Karan Tripathi is on a quest to try every cuisine that this world has to offer, drink every wine that exists under the sun and demolish the best of desserts on this planet. With his food blog, he shares his experiences, good or bad, of fancy fine-dining restaurants or humble street food eateries, of food festival or food events, of food products or food appliances. Cooking, exploring, clicking and eating are the 4 pillars of his blogging life!

“The three food items that I absolutely love, and can demolish in no time, even at odd hours of the day, would be:

1. Bitter notes happen to be a favourite, hence, dark chocolate, coffee and everything related to it is love. Be it a rich indulgent cake or just a piece of 80% and above cocoa content chocolate bar or a regular cup of coffee.

2. Momos, be it the fancy dim sums or regular street-style thela momos, the very fact that they’re are so many variations and varieties makes me curious to try more and more.

3. Pizza, It’s the ultimate food. Be it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or for snacking in between, a pizza loaded with cheese is the way to go. BTW no pineapple on my pizza, please. Hate that! ”


17. A Punjabi by heart and soul, Manmeet kaur possesses a special kind of love for the street side food, obviously being the chatori girl forever. A sucker for sweet dishes. She loves everything in desserts, but Indian desserts are the all time favorites!

“Most loved Food Items:

1. Butter Chicken with butter naan
2. Delhi Street Food – Mostly chatori delicacies like gol gappe, bhelpuri, papdi chaat, tikki etc.
3. Desserts – Mostly all! ”


18. Started by Jinali Sutariya and her childhood buddy Malav Jhaveri over a cup of coffee one rainy day. Little did they knew an instagram page dedicated to their love for food would turn into a food blog followed by thousands of foodies and would become overnight influencers. People feel connected to this blog because although they love eating restaurant’s food their heart lies in Mumbai’s street food.

“Our favourite food items ?

Definitely Pav Bhaji, Aloo Bomb and Pizzas.

Our favourite restaurants ?

Yauatcha – this place is always consistent with their flavours and presentation. They have delicious vegetation dim sums and their desserts definitely cannot be missed.

Swati snacks – I don’t think there is anyone who doesn’t like Swati food. Their ‘ghar ka khana ‘ concept, quick rotations and daily specials depending on seasonal produce makes us fall in love with this place.

Wasabi- my all time favourite restaurant for katsu curry and Japanese appetizers. The service that Taj provides cannot be matched to any other fine dining restaurants in the city. Wasabi food is legendary, on point no bull as I like to say it !!”


19. Uma Raghuraman is a doting mother and a passionate Chef. Her culinary journey began two decades ago culminating in her becoming one of the top food bloggers in India, with her blog masterchefmom.blogspot.in containing more than 800 recipes from cuisines across the world. To compliment her blog, she shares these recipes through her Instagram and Facebook handles too. In her Instagram you will find an amazing repertoire of dessert, snack, Fusion recipes, gluten and vegan free diets and traditional Indian foods.

“Rasam is my favourite dish. I have made so many different variations of it like the Orange peel rasam, Whole gooseberry rasam, beetroot rasam etc.”


20. A Delhite Punjaban and a Government Employee by profession is a self proclaimed foodie by passion. Loves to explore street food and in love with maa k haatho ka khana. Keen to explore food culture of different parts of the country, loves cooking too.

“Being Punjabi I love Butter Chicken and Amritsari stuffed naan and apart from that I love Junk Food like all other do. Favourite Places I would say Amritsar.. best food. every street every road have amazing food. love that place.”


21. Exploring the taste of Mumbai is now very easy and convenient with Bombay.Food.Explorer as one of the leading food blogger of India. You’ll find all kind of food posts that includes the street food to the high-end dining restaurants of Mumbai.

Tandoori Lobster . A Marinated Fresh Lobster cooke on charcoal Enjoy Adventure with amazing Parsi Food @dellaadventureandresorts . Location: Parsi Dhaba , Della Adventures & Resort , Lonavala , Maharashtra . Cost Approx : 2000 for 2 people . ✍?Use #bombayfoodexplorer or Tag ? in your Pictures to get featured . ??Stay Tuned @bombayfoodexplorer to Explore the Foodie in you . #tandoorilobster#lobster#parsidhaba#dellaadventures&resort#lonavala#mumbai#bombayfoodexplorer #mumbaidiaries #mumbaikar #mumbaicity #mumbaifood #mumbaistreetfood #amchimumbai #mumbaionaplate #things2doinmumbai #things2doinindia #mumbaifoodie #foodblogging #alwaysmunch #foodie #foodfood #foodlover #bombaysbest #blogger #lovelyfood #bloggersSuggest #madoverfood #foodinfluencer #mumbaifoodie

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22. A compulsive baker​, food stylist, photographer​, Deeba Rajpal shares her creativity and food styling on her blog at www.passionateaboutbaking.com. For her, visual appeal holds as much significance as healthy and delectable food. Any idea that grabs her fancy becomes a springboard for creativity. A ‘locavore’, a ‘bake-o-holic’, an ‘absolut’ baker are synonymous with who she is, a reflection of the artisan baker in her. Her mantra is…‘bake from scratch and bake with whole foods’ as far as possible.

“3 places I love:
1. Banaras for the colour, culture, energy and peace it offers, Nothing like living on the ghats for a few days to experience the soul of India that rises with the sun, and sets with it too. The street food of Banaras is the best you can find. Also, the city is so photoworthy. Every step you take allows you to film a new frame, the colours of the sunrise make you come alive. It’s a city that brings everyone to the same level for some time at least.
2. Old Delhi for the cacophony, the method to the madness, the never ending galis you can wander around. Also infinte frames you can shoot, the street food that is so delicious ranging from chaat to kebabs, from jalebi to kulfi, the old city offers it all. I never tire of visiting Khari Baoli, Jama Masjid, Fatehpuri Masjid.
3. Srinagar, one city I can keep going back to over and over again. I visited often as a kid, and a few years ago too. There’s something about the eternal charm of the people, the place that wants me to keep returning. My favourite place to walk is through the lanes of the old city.”


23. Abhay Arora started as a budding cricketer, had some interest in acting and modelling too. A BTech graduate in computers is now a Digital Marketing Manager and a Food Blogger alongside.

Favporite dishes: Chicken Malai Tikka, Grilled chicken in mushroom sauce and Kaale chane with poori made by mom.”


24. The wannabe “Travelers” and “Explorers” Aastha Thakur and Rishabh Bhandari decided to go explore the city. They found places to visit and hangout but also found so many brilliant options for places to eat all over Delhi. However, since then it has been a very learning, joyful and delectable journey for them. They have tried so many dishes, so many cuisines but still their love for food is never-ending.

“Our most favourite has to be hands down home cooked food because no one can match the magic of Mom. When it comes to restaurant we have a very leading edge towards Alfredo Pasta of The Big Chill Cafe, not only that but we love that place. The way it has been made is simply amazing. When it comes to street food, Chandni Chowk is where we’ll be found. Everything you find there is amazing from Lotan ke Chhole Kulche to Kaake di Hatti’s Naan.”


25. Tanmay Sharma or Veggiepaaji is an artist by heart. He is a foodie turned food blogger and food photographer and loves to explore places for his search to the ultimate food. Other than that, he is also a poet and goes by the name insanets on the internet and is currently working on a 1000 day daily Haiku Challenge. Tanmay loves indian food but is very keen to explore other cuisines as well. He is an ardent believer of the fact that more than recipe, love makes the food taste great.


26. Sia Krishna is an extraordinary and multi-faceted Mom, Food writer, Photographer, Tree hugger, Wanderlust, Bon vivant, Bathroom Singer, Mad Hatter and a proud Indian??.

{NEW #Recipe Alert} Punjabi Kadhi Pakoda (Onion fritters in delicately spiced creamy yogurt gravy) – Recipe link in profile and on instastories . . Everyone has some food that speaks to them, conveying security, exultation, and are the universal cure to any bad day! One bite and all your worries seem to disappear, and you sink into a sense of oblivion. One bite, and it can positively change your mood and make you feel better as they work their magic! That is the power of comfort foods! . . Comfort food can be something simple, complex, rich, healthy or downright indulgent! Any meal that conjures up feelings of joy and safety, memories of childhood or good times, or brings simple pleasure is what comfort food is all about. If you are feeling lonely, food can be your new best friend; if bored, let food be your entertainment; if you are stressed, food can be your luxury spa treatment. Whatever the feeling, you can seek help through comfort foods. . . One such food that I find solace in is a bowl of Punjabi Kadhi Pakoda; a delicious and creamy yogurt-chickpeas curry with onion fritters flavoured with basic spices, garlic and ginger. The combination of the simple and fuss-fee flavours is like having a party in your mouth. The bright yellow hued curry is such a mood lifter even on a damp and cold day like today! The sun may have disappeared behind the rain laden dark clouds, but this golden Kadhi Pakoda is like a sunshine in a bowl. Served with a steaming bowl of Basmati rice, the Kadhi Pakoda is the epitome of comfort food; food that has a healing, unexplainable, even magical quality. If its comfort food that you are craving today, then let it be this delicious, creamy and delicately spiced Punjabi Kadhi Pakoda; you own sunshine in a bowl! . . ?: @siakrishna | Image copyright of http://monsoonspice.com | All rights reserved | All rights reserved . . . . . #monsoonspice #foodphotography #comfortfood #indianfood #indiancuisine #desifood #beautifulcuisines #lonelyplanetindia #hautecuisines #pinkladysnapsmar18 #desi_diaries #foodbloggeruk #indianfoodblogger #instafood #instayum #curry #onthetable #homecooking #madefromscratch #vegetarian #vegetarianrecipes #foodie

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27. Abhishek Jain started food blogging as TheDesiHoggers in April 2016 with a random idea of uploading pictures on instagram. His motto is doing what he likes and eating different type of cuisines.

“Favourite three:
1. Any street food is my first love
2. Food for thought, because they have the best hot chocolate in town.
3. Anna vada:- easily found outside any college, it was my breakfast everyday to my way to college”

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28. Karan Singhal is an awesome food blogger and currently working as a Senior Creative Manager in an event management organisation in Gurugram.


1) Homemade Chicken : I just love homemade chicken curry. My father used to cook it at home but for the last 2.5 yes he has joined ISCKON and quit that non veg activity at home. So whenever wherever I get a chance, I don’t leave even a bone of it.. LOL
2) Choley Bhature: My love for Choley Bhature is eternal . I have eaten at many places but the best of the lot was Sharma Bhature Wala at Shahdara. It is also known as Afeem waale Chole Bhature. Those spices in the Choley, fluffy bhaturas, heeng me doobi hui gaajar ka achaar along with onions is to die for.
3) Pav Bhaji : Pav bhaji is another pyaar of me. I can have pav bhaji at any place anytime. Any wedding or any outing is incomplete for me without it. Those butter dipped buns served along with bhaji topped with loads of butter just dance on my taste buds.”


29. Delhi Fundos founders – Sundeep and Bedabrata eat it all and blog from the viewpoint of a layman. Been around in food and foodies circle enjoying the recognition of experts in Delhi NCR food scene. They cover street food to luxury dining in the form of food festivals by government departments to curated food experiences by five stars. They have been featured as Magicpin Top food bloggers from Delhi and have the rare distinction of completing 1 million photo views on Google Maps. No surprise they were Delhi Judges for Burrp Food Awards, 2016.

“Three of our fav places and why: Cha Bar for fish and chips; Spectra at Leela for grandest buffet spread and Parathawala Gully for rabri paratha and heritage overload. These places deliver what they say and never disappoint.”

The Big Nachos #Burger from The #Feast House. Clearly made for #Instagram this one is not just a looker but a delight for #taste buds as well. Some people ask us how to eat this? Well we took the Skewer pin out, removed the upper part of the bread, ate the onion rings, took out some nachos, put the top part of the bun back and savored it with the dip. Needless to say, our hands and face still got messy. But that how you know how delicious it was. Highly recommended at @thefeasthouse Karol Bagh. The food #voucher for The Feast House was part of amazing #sodelhi #goodiebag – – – Follow @DelhiFunDos to enjoy some drool worthy #foodpics . . Visit www.Delhi-Fun-Dos.com (Link in bio) to update yourself about food, #travel and events in #DelhiNCR . . Use #DelhiFunDos to get featured on our Insta page and stories

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30. Vishakha Bhuta is an interior designer by profession, but a home chef by passion who loves experimenting with global cuisines and also love baking. She lived in China for 7 years and that’s where mherlove for food and travel took new dimensions. Besides food Travel, another thing that truly excites her is her dream to travel the globe and try the delicacies on offer across each continent. Her dream is to own an Asian Vegan Cafe and be one of the best food critic.

“Favorite three: Pavbhaji, Vada Pav and Fusion Dosa.
I’ve been eating these since childhood and can eat them each day.
I remember my dad taking me on weekends for Pav bhaji and street Chinese.”

बुरा ना मानो होली हैं !! While this saying holds true for the fun and frolic, some people forget their boundaries and use it as an excuse to do anything and everything .. A recent experience which happened with me and my mother in law a day ago while we were returning from the market, some kids threw water filled balloons on both of us and the impact was so strong that my Mil injured her back and I injured my foot. My toes still hurt where the balloon hit .. luckily for us it wasn’t close to the eye region else the damage would be even more serious. I hope older kids are taught to be more responsible and made to celebrate the festival in it's true spirit. In frame are the ingredients of a refined sugar free Chocolate Masala Milk. I love thandai, but the pepper powder in it causes a little irritation to my throat. Hence this option for me today. Here's Wishing My Insta Family A Very Happy Holi! #foodmaniacindia #foodtalkindia #ifoundawesome #mumbaifoodlovers #igersmumbai #foodgawker #mumbaifood #thefeedfeed #foodofmumbai #mumbaifoodie #mymumbai #hautecuisines #heresmyfood #things2doinmumbai #beautifulcuisines #itz_mumbai #trellingmumbai #food52 #cookmagazine #1teaspoonlove #zagat #saveurmag #indianfoodbloggers @betterhomesandgardensindia #foodstyleguide #foodphotography #foodiliciousmumbai #holispecial #thecrazyindianfoodie #tastingtable #thehungrymumbaikar

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31. Subham Ghosh is a food blogger and traveller by passion. His journey from being a foodie to a food blogger has been a great one. He keeps visiting various places and try the food there. The posts on his blog helps the followers to discover the best eateries around Kolkata – the City of Joy !

“Three dishes/places in Kolkata:

1. Nawabi Gosht Biryani at Bombay Brasserie – This is undoubtedly the best dish in the entire menu of Bombay Brasserie. Rice and meat are steamed in authentic ‘Dum-Pukht’ style. The mutton pieces are boneless and spicy. The texture of the meat made me fall in love with it. The mutton was so so soft and tender. The biryani was fragrant and tasted amazing. This is definitely the best Biryani I’ve had in Kolkata !

2. Baby Back Ribs at Chili’s – This is sheer heaven for all pork lovers. The meat was so tender that it was just falling off the bone. The pork was cooked to excellence. This is the best pork preparation one can find in Kolkata.

3. Cheese Chicken Fry at Shankar’s Fry – This is one street food which is my all time favorite. Available in a small kiosk near Triangular Park, the cheese chicken fry tastes way better than the food at many restaurants. In every bite, the magic which the cheese and chicken creates in the mouth, is nothing but foodgasm !”


32. Hailing from Mumbai, WhatMumbaieats would help you discover and explore the best places to eat different kinds of food that would include food stories, travel stories and lifestyle updates.

Aloo tikki fry . We had this lip smacking veg starter of aloo cut in semucurcle and fried with masala inside along with a garnish of chillies at @dellaadventureandresorts . Della is well known for its Adventure camp stays and luxurious resorts. There are approx 140 recreational and outdoor adventure activities here. If you want a soothing luxurious stay, you could probably stay at the della luxury resorts. It is a huge space with a club, restaurants, and much more . . If you want to experience authentic parsi food then you must visit Parsi Dhaba at @dellaadventureandresorts . . #whatmumbaieats recommends . Location: Parsi Dhaba, Della adventure and resorts, lonavala . . Price: ₹. 385/- . . Use #whatmumbaieats in your Food and Drink pictures to get Featured. Dm for promotions and brand collaborations . . . #potato#della#whatmumbaieats#tasty#mumbaifoodie#delhi#delhifoodie#foodporn#yum#yummy#bts#yummyfood#foodgasm#foodie#foodlovers#foodblogger#foodblog#f52grams#dailyfoodfeed#eater#mumbai_ig#androidography#buzzfeedfood#mumbai#india#lovefood#feedyoursoul#instafood#instablog#instaupload

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33. Sukhmani Sakhi is driven by only one emotion, which is passion!! Her passion resides in the curiosity and eagerness to seek anything and everything, which is why she likes to write and blog, because she has diverse interests and a take on most things in life. Food takes up most of her focus and she is obsessed with everything to do with Food, writing about it, clicking it, cooking or just eating from the most rustic streetfood to finest meals. It’s inspiring and artistic in its own way!! She is the one who literally lives to Travel and eat!

“If I were to choose any three things I could eat almost all the time, I’d begin with the quintessential punjabi Chole Bathure, cuz well that’s what I have grown up eating and it’s nostalgic of my childhood and exhilarating flavours.

Sushi & Dimsums make to this list because they’re just so flavourful and texturally brilliant in every way while being super light on the stomach. I would swear by the ones they serve at Yum Yum Cha in Delhi, magnificent Food. The Duck Dimsums and Dynamite Sushi will change your life!

Cheeseburgers are a major weakness. When am travelling, a quick beef burger is my absolute favourite but when am in India, I love to gorge on lamb or pulled pork burgers! I absolutely go bonkers over the ones at Smokey’s, Monkey Bar, Andrea’s eatery!”


34. A foodie who loves to blog and share her experiences with the world. Her social media handles are flooded with heart warming comments ands feedbacks from all her fans and followers.


35. TheGobbleDiaries has always been a sucker for finding good food and exploring different places for the food culture. And the blog was born out of the passion. 3 years, a zillion memories, hundreds of like-minded friends, and a change in profession later, now truly realizes the power of food in life !!

“1. Food for thought
The best cupcakes in the city undoubtedly! My first cupcake ever, this place truly made me fall in love with the dessert, (which is now my favourite dessert). A quaint cafe inside a library, with posters of food movies hung all over, this is my favourite cafe in the city.

2. Terttulia
The place where I started clicking food pictures, this place will always remain special for me. One of the best thin crust pizzas in the city, the place serves some amazing food at really pocket-friendly prices.”

Salad with @doritos in it? Yes, please! . . This is the spicy doritos and avocado salad with guacamole and veggies stirred in chipotle ranch dressing at @plateandpintmumbai . . A new cafe at Kemps Corner, Plate and Pint has opened where Delifresh had set shop. . . The brainchild of the same family, Plate and Pint is sure to leave you satiated with the doritos and avocado salad, filo pillows, and shroom burger. Add us on Snapchat. Username – Gobblediaries . . #mumbaifood #foodtalkindia #lensplated #snapchatindia #buzzfeast #buzzfeedfood #buzzfeedindia #mumbai #foodporn #food #blogger #foodblogger #doritos #salad #avocado #mumbaiblogger #mumbaifoodblogger #vegetarian #vegetarianfood #vegetarianfoodblogger #gobblediaries #thegobblediaries

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36. Priyata Rajput is an artist, a content creator and an ardent food lover! Her life revolves around good food and good music. She likes experimenting with ingredients and blasts her kitchen in free time, simultaneously visiting every possible eating joint in and around Delhi so that she can constantly share everything about food with her readers, and that’s what ‘Food Intimacy’ is about!

“3 dishes that I love are –
1. ‘Sushi’ from Yum Yum Cha
2. ‘Banoffee Pie’ from Whipped Desserts
3. ‘Butter Chicken’ from Have More Restaurant.”


37. Indianfoodtales is a Mumbai based group of four hardcore foodies, into food-blogging set to make good food reach to people via all means possible. They review restaurants, travel, repost pictures that truly amazing and must reach their wonderful followers. The name goes, Indianfoodtales ,that “tales”, enhance cultures, lives and everything around it. Tales build legacy, just like they aspire to!!

“Some of our favorite in Mumbai are, the Irish Pub, Hearsch bakery, Mama Mia Charni Road, Baghdaadi, Joeys Pizza, Jimmy’s Burgers, Some Dhabas along the NH48 highway and a good plate of the urban hakka chinese whenever we are in a mood for one.

But our top 3 would be as follows,

Joeys Pizza,Mumbai


Jimmy’s Burgers, Mumbai.”


38. Hailing from Bombay, Sanjana Goenka has always been a foodie. She managed to visit almost all the note worthy restaurants some well known, some hidden secrets in Mumbai and posting reviews for one eatery at a time.

“My favourite food items include fusion food items like the Margerita kulcha from Farzi cafe , the brunch especially the divine French Toast from The Table and Samosa Sandwich from Raju Sandwich opposite HR college.”


39. Saurabh Nirmal from thatdelhifoodie is a computer engineer. Eating food is his hobby, so right now he is very much into food blogging world.

“Three favourite places are
1) Al jawahar, Jama masjid
2) haji shabrati nihari, jama masjid
3) Ama’s cafe, majnu ka tila.”


40. Hungrychokro Escapades is not just about one hungry boy(chokro), it is a team of potential bhukkads exploring the journey towards food. Hungrychokro Escapades is a blog operated by two brothers, one is a photographer and other is a culinary professional. The team decided to share a big part of their food journey by sharing their experiences, cravings and some family food secrets.

“When it comes to our favorite places or items, we loved the Turkish eggs served to us in 10thstreet cafe which was a perfect dish made exactly how we predicted it to be. The molten lava chocolate cake at chili’s is an all time favorite as it is an ideal dessert at the end of any meal. Last but not the least is Mutton Biryani made by our mother as it’s made completely out of love and tastes the best compared to any restaurant in the world.”


41. Saylee Padwal is food photographer, influencer, content creator with approximately 32K followers on her popular instagram account. It’s a pleasure having her on our list of 100 Most Incredible Food Bloggers – 2018 Edition.


42. Swayampurna Mishra is a banker who turned to her passion, food photography. Her blog reflects the philosophy on life and food.. “Fun, Fast, Fabulous!” Her styling and writing is what caught everyone’s attention and her recipes have received great feedback from people who try them! Been fortunate to be published in many prestigious magazines and newspapers, worked with many wonderful leading brands of india and currently working on her first cookbook which is going to be published by a very well known brand soon. It’s been an exciting journey and her knowledge, instinct and love for food is just growing day by day!

“Three food items I love: Chicken dum biriyani
Lamb chops in red wine jus
Anything Chocolate!”

You guys!!! So so overwhelmed by your thoughtful messages about my kitchen yesterday. You guys really are the best. A dear friend said and I quote “this is what I like about your blog. It’s looks real and not like a cooking show kitchen. It looks like it’s lived in and real food is made there”. If that’s how it made you feel, well my mission is accomplished here. Thank you!! Someone else asked me “how do I manage to cook elaborate stuff in my small kitchen”? Well honestly, it isn’t that tough. I am pretty organised and neat while cooking and can cook in the tiniest of places. Case in point – I cooked 5 course complicated meals for 30 people in a kitchen as small as mine. That’s 150 plates of well plated dinner, with a minimum of 7 components on each dish!!! I still have a full counter to work with and that’s enough. All it takes is stacking things up, piling the dirty dishes in the cleaning unit outside the kitchen and not let the space (or the lack of it) overwhelm you. Here’s what I want you to take back from the kitchen stories – “A pretty spacious kitchen is good. It’s a dream. But don’t let space stop you from exploring the spaces in your mind! Fall in love with the tiny spaces, after all there’s hardly anything the human mind and heart seeks more than close proximity. So fall in love with the food you make, real food cooked for the real people in your lives, be thankful for that small kitchen to call your own and make it your happy place. I know it is mine”! About lunch today – Simple sumptuous fare straight from my heart. Spicy yogurt soup with dumplings (kadhi pakoda), saffron pulao with caramelised onions and green peas, stir fried okra, seekh kebab, methi parathas, poppadum, bhaji and a Pav bhaji toastie, grandma's mixed veg salad and a glass of Chardonnay. Xo, S. #lapetitchef #healthy #homemade #f52ugly #whatieat #indianfood #comfortfood #asian #befitfoods #vegetarian #easyrecipe #thenewhealthy #recipeoftheday #thali #foods4thoughts #yougottaeatthis #instafood #india_gram

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43. The Foodie Panda was founded in 2015 by Parth Mohan & Priyamvada Vijay. They started by reviewing places on Zomato and shifted to Instagram in June 2016. Currently the biggest food blog in terms of following in Rajasthan.

“3 best food items found in Jaipur:

Pizza From Zolocrust, Clarks Amer : Pizza is love and Zolocrust serves the best thin crust pizza with organically grown vegetables & their kitchen made sauces. With the perfect blend of flavours this is the best pizza found in Jaipur.
Golagappe from Durgadas Chat Bhandar, Raja Park: What use is a food blogger if they don’t love golgappe and know the best places to find the same? DCB serves the best golgappe in a numerous flavours the most famous being the mirchi k pani wale golgappe. These super spicy golgappe are made keeping in mind complete hygiene. Brownie points for the fact that they use mineral water.
Blueberry Cheesecake From Steam, Rambagh Palace: Desserts always have a way to the heart. The blueberry cheesecake from Steam is worth all the money spent. The way the cheesecake crumbles and has a rich, melt-in-mouth taste & texture will make you want to have it daily.”


44. Jaipur based Sister Duo, Ria Kumbhat and Richa Kumbhat run a Food, Travel and Lifestyle Blog named www.riaandricha.com. Their two Instagram accounts have a cumulative of 38.3K followers. Travelling is one of their passion. Gathering food experience & expertise from their travel and showcasing it on a public platform gives them emmense pleasure. Being the foodies they are, started the first venture ‘And Then I Ate’ as the first food blog in Jaipur and have now become Rajasthan’s Biggest Food Blog due to amazing response from everyone. According to them ‘We eat. We Blog. We conceptualise. We shoot. We travel. We feature. We review. We share. We inform. We provide brand mileage.WE PROMOTE FOOD & LIFESTYLE CULTURE!!’
Their biggest achievement being they were invited to the Rashtrapati Bhawan by the Executive Chef to the President of India, Mr. Montu Saini as a token of appreciation for their blog.

“Our 3 all time favourite dishes would be:

1. Cheese Zaatar Manakeesh
This would definitely be one of our top favourites. Manakeesh is essentially a lebenese preparation consisting of a flatbread topped with halumi cheese or akawi cheese or zaatar.
After living in the UAE for 13 years and having this atleast once a week, it has become a cherished memory and a deeply enrooted comfort food.

2. Kabuli
Belonging to the town of Jodhpur, Kabuli has held a special place in our hearts.
This royal delicacy of Jodhpur is prepared by layering rice, fried vegetable in spiced yougurt gravy, croutons & loads of garlic.
The aroma of indian spices, pure ghee & saffron just makes this dish irresistible.
We keenly wait for this dish to be prepared and can never have enough of it, kabuli is something we hold close to us.

3. Rabdi Ghewar
We Rajasthani’s love our desserts and customarily begin any meal with sweets.
Made with a special technique using flour, it is fried in pure ghee & topped with fresh rabdi. It is then granished with silver, almonds, kesar & pistachio flakes.
Closely attached to our festive memories & happy moments, this is one of our all time favourite dessert!”

// G I V E A W A Y T I M E So, one of the two sisters has recently become a Chartered Accountant and it's time for celebration! Since you all know how big this page has been in our lives and how much we love interacting and celebrating with you guys- here's just a sweet thank you to the #ATIAfam, in collaboration with @bwcjaipur, for supporting and loving us they way you do.❤️ _______ To enter the giveaway: 1. Follow @and.then.i.ate, @riaandricha and @bwcjaipur. 2. Tag 2 friends. *Multiple entries are allowed. ________ The lucky winner will win any two waffles from @bwcjaipur with fillings of their choice along with two drinks- an iced tea and a lemonade! The winner will be announced on 9th February, 2018. GO GO GO! ________ PS. Our favorite topping is to mix up Blueberry Creamcheese with Chocolate! Highly recommended mixing Strawberry Creamcheese with Chocolate into one waffle too!? #atiabwcjaipur

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45. THE WORLD ON A YELLOW PLATE! Indian-born Himanshu Sehgal is travelling around the world with a yellow plate and a camera to register amazing places and delicious food. A Punjabi by heart and by his pallet, Himanshu loves travelling the country carrying his yellow plate and eating off of it wherever he stops by. He started My Yellow Plate an year ago and have been featured on Storypick, Scoopwhoop, India Today, Lonely Planet, Tripoto, Rediff, Deccan Chronicles etc.

About MYP: ” My Yellow Plate was not intentional. I never planned that I will pick up a yellow plate and go out looking for food. It was back in 2015, when I quit my job and started freelancing so I could earn and travel side by side, I found this unused yellow plate in my kitchen. No one knows where it came from, it was just there in the kitchen. In Indian household, you don’t find colorful plates often, mostly you find steel thalis.

One fine day, my mom served me Rajma Chawal on this yellow plate and I remember, I took a picture of it and shared it on my personal Instagram profile. That picture got few likes and comments from friends and family (It was a very bad picture). That is when I started eating on it and thought every time I will eat, I will share it with people and let them know what’s on my yellow plate.

So I started carrying the yellow plate along with me while traveling and eating on it wherever I stop by. That’s how it took shape and My Yellow Plate was born. I created a profile on Instagram and Facebook and started the journey.

Favorite Food: Butter Chicken, Rajma Chawal & MOMOS,
Favorite Places: North East India & Leh Ladakh”


46. Sourabh is blogging and documenting about food-travel stories.


47. Tanish Sharma is showcasing his love for food and photography. It has been a crazy experience exploring different places and growing his instagram community to the followers.

“The three food items that I love are :
Firstly rajma chawal,the kind of homely feeling it gives and satisfies my soul to the core is just sooo good. The next item would definitely be momos, juicy pieces filled with fillings, doesn’t matter veg or non veg, the love for momos is just out of this world. Lastly the third item would be any kind of Indian dessert. From jalebi to gulab jamun to gajar Ka halwa all are my favourites.”


48. The Glocal Journal from Mumbai has reviewed high end restaurants like the Sofitel, Novotel, Hyatt Regency, JW Marriott, Hemant oberoi to name a few out of the many along with local restaurants like Lima, hello guppy, etc and cafes like poetry, sweetish house and many in the vicinity. Also attended events and launches of food products and appeared in Bombay Times, a reputed newspaper. Invited by the famous channel Living Foodz to write a review and launch of their HD Channel.


49. A Blogger, Dancer, Maven and a Zomato Connoisseur… that’s what defines Rupali and bewitchingescapades as one of the most sought after food bloggers of India.


50. Trupti is a food, travel and lifetsyle blogger of India as TheMumbaiGlutton.

FLATLAY GOALS ??? at @augustcafe.in this afternoon. Chatted for almost 3 hours with the lovely @thejainfoodpalate. You guys must follow her for incredible pictures and recipes for Jain food. Also, recommend that you guys visit this place if you are in and around lokhandwala. Absolutely delicious food. Clockwise from top – Tagliatelle Pasta in white sauce (Jain), cheese chilli toast (Jain), August Ceasar Salad, Nutella Shake, Eggs Benedict and a Latte ?❤️ . . . . . . #foodtalkindia #foodiliciousmumbai #mumbaikar #thehungrymumbaikar #mumbaifoodie #mumbaidiaries #mumbaifoodlovers #foodholicmumbai #thecrazyindianfoodie #foodmaniacindia #flatlay #indianfoodbloggers #mumbaiblogger #itz_mumbai #indianfood #mumbaifood #foodofmumbai #foodblogger #ifoundawesome #instafood #mumbaifoodblogger #somumbai #things2doinmumbai #foodiesofindia #instamumbai #munchymumbai #mumbai #shotononeplus #Delhi #delhifoodie

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51. The foodie journey of Mrunal Desai’s love for food and passion for exploring new places and cuisines is now a great family on Instagram. She has visited many events to meet famous chefs of Cooking industry . She loves to click and explore places! Recently she visited Fabelle Chocolate event where she got an opportunity to recreate Masterchef Australia winner Chef Billie McKay’s signature dish .

“Most favorite dishes are all types of desserts maybe it’s a shake, Indian dessert or European dessert , cupcakes , macaroon or anything.
Second favorite dish is Pani Puri. I love Mumbai ki Pani Puri so much. I would rather eat ragda Pani Puri than boondi Pani Puri.
Third favourite dish is nothing but Fries. Fries are nothing but my all time favorite starter for the meal. It never disappoints.”


52. Chinar Grover’s love for food is eternal. She loves to explore and experiment with the food palate. Apart from being a food enthusiast, possess a keen interest in Arts and Paintings. A strong believer in
‘You are what you Eat’ is a foodie by passion.

“3 food items I love:
1. Pizza
2. Butter chicken
3. Dimsums.”


53. As the alias aptly suggests, Aradhya Kumar eats a LOTT (Lots Of Tasty Things) – as he claims to. He loves all things chocolaty, chocolate – plain, nutty, caramel, milk, dark, ice cream, sauce, mousse, truffle, fudge and everything worth consuming.


54. Prathibha Vaidyan, the Founder, Chief Eating Officer (C.E.O) & Blogger at Hungryladki is an avid explorer, food and travel enthusiast. She created a space on the internet to document her interest in Food, Travel and Photography – a true escape from the outside world. From exploring high end restaurants to street vendors, the blog essentially covers the best of places to eat across the globe. With over 1100 posts on the Instagram, her profile can transport anyone into a gastronomical paradise, almost instantly.

“My favorite places and why :

Having visited over 10 countries and 70 cities, these would be my favourite places (not necessarily in the same order!)

New York City – Be it the iconic skyline, Manhattan grid, gigantic skyscrapers or the plethora of food the city has to offer, New York’s charm is infectious. The city that never sleeps is best visited during the winter to witness the magic of the festive season.

Banff National Park, Canada – An incredibly gorgeous National Park in Canada located along the Alberta-British Columbia border in the Rocky Mountains. The park features pristine wilderness, breathtaking natural beauty, tall snow capped mountains and gorgeous dense forests. The national park is truly breathtakingly beautiful and should be on every travelers bucket list.

Udaipur – The city of lakes, has a rustic charisma. Popular known as the “Venice” of the East and rightly so, it is a paradise for formidable monuments, vibrant culture and opulent palaces. It is a colourful city filled with beautiful architecture, winding streets, bazaars, mystic lakes and incredible food.”


55. Next on our list is a hardcore foodie Sumit Sehgal from Delhi. His reviews are honest and the posts on her account are lip smacking and mouth-watering !!


56. Add some joyful touch to your life by following this food account run by Kriti Kapoor and Jaideep Arora


57. Food doesn’t have to be complicated to taste good. Simple flavors are the soul of this blogger’s cooking. And her Instagram feed is exact replica of the kind of food she grew up eating and relishing !!

Three Places/Food items she loves the most:
1) Spaghetti Aglio Olio
2) Tibetan Dumplings – Momo
3) Kumaon Hills, Uttarakhand


58. Sameer Bawa is a Travel & Hospitality professional, Global nomad, freelance food writer & critic. Having eaten at around 3500-4000 different restaurants and food joints across the globe, Sameer enjoyed street food from Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia with the same passion as much as the food from the by lanes of Old Delhi. In the same vein, he dined at some fantastic restaurants across the world and always on the lookout for new and innovative culinary experiences !!

Three favorite food items :-

“1) I love Thai food especially Thai salads like Yam Som-O (Pomelo salad), raw mango salad and Som Tam. I really enjoy Pad Thai as well and have walked the streets of Bangkok to find the best one. The fresh ingredients and flavours in Thai cuisine just leave me spellbound.

2) Being a pukka “Punjabi by nature”, I also love my kebabs and curries. I have patronised small time kababchis (not so famous) in Dilli 6 and swear by their preparations. I also have a soft corner for Persian and Turkish kebabs and enjoy them whenever I travel out of India. As far as curries are concerned, I am fairly flexible. Till the time you give me a thick, robust and spicy curry (chicken/mutton/seafood) with some crisp naans or paranthas, I shall be a happy bunny. (#spiceitupwithsam) Delhi and Amritsar are brilliant when it comes to kebabs and curries.

3)Burgers – I do like a mean cheeseburger !! My top 3 burger chains in the world are In-N-Out , Five guys and Shake Shack and in that order. The In-N-Out cheeseburger done “animal style” is something made in heaven. While the In-N-Out restaurants are only restricted to the west coast of USA but I sincerely hope that they expand across the globe and maybe even open an outlet in Delhi.

Seriously, picking three things were tough – I love lebanese and mexican food with equal vigour but lets stick to these three.”


59. An aspiring Pastry Chef from Kolkata – the city of joy, Ritika Jaiswal is a foodie traveler blogging about the taste of West Bengal with great zeal and zest !!


60. Komal Chawla is a Financial Consultant by profession and writes about Food, Fashion, Travel and Fitness on her blog – Missfoodiefiesta.com which is also evident on the Instagram page – Komalchawlaofficial !!

Fav Food and Places:
1. Cheesecake, Whipped
I have a massive craving for something sweet all the time. Cheesecake being my fav, this bakery serves the best!

2. Tandoori Momos, QD’s: Anyone who follows me knows how much I love monos. And this place has been my fav since forever.

3. Panzanella Chicken Salad, Café Delhi Heights: As much I as love to eat, I cannot do without a bowl of healthy delicious salad almost everyday. Apart from other delicacies this place serves the most satiating salad.


61. Neha Mathur is the blogger behind WhiskAffair, a well known platform to get Tried & Tested recipes from India and around the world. So whether you are just starting to cook or have been doing it for long, discover and fall in love with food once again with Neha She helps everyone explore the inner chef in them and make the most delicious cuisines and celebrate life with their friends and family. Right from appetizers, entrees, desserts to healthy recipes, you would find them all on WhiskAffair!!

“Although I love most locally made authentic tastes, a simple homely meal of Dal Chawal or Khichdi is what I love the most. A good spicy mutton curry also excites me.”

Pop, pungent and wholly loaded with authentic flavours, this healthy, high fibre, low carb Mexican Cauliflower Rice recipe will kill your love-hate relationship with cauliflower once and for all. Because after eating it once, you would love making and eating cauliflower recipes all the more. The best is it’s vegan, whole 30 and paleo too. Here is how to make Mexican Cauliflower Rice. Ingredients 1 medium Cauliflower 2 tbsp Olive Oil 2 tsp Garlic Finely Chopped 1 cup Onion Chopped 1 Pickled jalapeno Chopped 1/4 cup Red Bell pepper Chopped 1/4 cup Yellow Bell Pepper Chopped 1/4 cup Peas 1/4 cup Corn 1/4 cup Carrot Chopped 1/4 cup Tomato Puree Salt to taste 1/2 tsp Black Pepper Powder 1/2 tsp Cumin Powder 1/2 tsp Paprika Instructions Cut the cauliflower into small florets and wash it well. Put it in a food processor and pulse until it is broken down into rice like pieces. Heat olive oil in a large pan. Once the oil is hot, add garlic and onion and fry till onion turns pinkish. Add the riced cauliflower and fry for 3-4 minutes. Keep stirring gently. Add Jalapeno pepper, bell peppers, peas, corn and carrot and cook for 2-3 minutes. Add tomato puree, salt, pepper powder, cumin powder and paprika. Cover the pan and cook the cauliflower rice on low heat for 4-5 minutes. Remove the lid and cook for another 5 minutes. Top with fried egg, cilantro and sour cream. Serve hot. #MexicanCauliflowerrice #Cauliflowerrice #Cauliflowerricerecipe #Cauliflowerrecipe #Cauliflowerrecipes #Healthy #Paleo #Vegan #Whole30

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62. Clicking pictures and eating, that’s what took Simran to food blogging. She started her journey 11 months back and so far it has been full of good experiences. She plans to travel India and explore more of different culture and traditional food !!

“Three food items or food places which I like –
1. Aloo Paranthe made by my mommy is what I love the most. Parantha’s stuffed with mashed potatoes , chillies and onions topped with melting amul butter,certainly has a magical spell which makes those paranthas so tasty and addictive.Mommy made paranthe is in my permanent weekend breakfast menu which makes my sunday worth it.
2. Maggie Point,near Barakhamba Metro Station Exit no.1. I love their Cheese Maggie a lot and its worth trying.
3.Samosa Vendor, opposite Tamasha,cp. There is a vendor sitting opposite tamasha in cp selling mini hot peeping 6 samosas only for rs 10/-.I always have them whenever I visit to cp.”


63. Food has always been a passion for Anviti Shromany, whether it was cooking or eating. Initially she started off by just posting pictures of the food she made or ate out. Later this became a hobby and eventually started blogging about her food adventures. To her this was always about love and still pursue this full of love. All the pictures and blogs she posts have a story attached to them!!

“I love pizzas, street food and desserts are my weakness.
My all time favourite place is big chill cafe and social.
I love the pizzas at tonino and waffles at wengers.
For street food my bet is NSP in pitampura with cheap yet yummy food.”


64. A foodie on his foot to explore food, Ajay Matharu is a food blogger on our list with amazing updates on food and desserts from various places.


65. Two sisters, Shreya and Shrenee Srivastava are engineers by profession. Food is their shared passion and have been food explorers since childhood. Both love to try out new dishes, learn about recipes, cooking techniques and discover local cuisines. Writing is something which has been a hobby for them and one day, they decided to combine food with writing and hence started their blog gluttonyguilts.com.

“When we go out to have a meal or order from a place, we usually have something new and exciting.

Three food items we love are :

1. Mutton seekh kebabs, specially from Nazeer’s, .R.K. Puram, New Delhi because the kebabs are firm yet succulent
2. Awadhi Chicken Dum Biryani from Dastarkhwan, Lucknow because the rice is aromatic, long grained and moist and the chicken pieces tender.
3. Mutton do pyaaza cooked by our mother because it is a very unique recipe and the best one by her.

Apart from the above three, we love gorging on chicken momos from street vendors, pasta cooked in alfredo sauce, chickeb steaks with any kind of sauce with mashed potatoes and sauteed vegetables and thin crust pizzas. We usually like every food item that we have tasted and hence the name “gluttonyguilts” because we are guilty of being an out and out glutton.”

Good morning sunshine! That is what I said to this lovely creamy meatball open subway #sandwich ? from @roadhousedelhi . Those #fries ? with ketchup and mustard dip are the icing on the cake. Review up on https://gluttonyguilts.com/2017/07/04/road-house-cafe-m-block-market-greater-kailash-1-new-delhi/. #followme @gluttonyguilts gluttonyguilts.com for my gluttony filled journey. @gluttonyguilts @gluttonyguilts @gluttonyguilts PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR REPOSTS EXCEPT FOR THE TAGGED. #foodie #foodreviewer #foodblogger #blogger #foodporn #foodgasm #foodstagram #foodgram #foodphotography #foodgraphy #foodpic #foodlove #f52grams #vsco #vscocam #vscofeed #gluttonyguilts #microblogging #blogging #instafood #soulfood #nomnom #picoftheday #morning #breakfast #tasty #frenchfries ©gluttonyguilts All rights reserved

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66. Writing about food was a hobby for Chandrima Sarkar but she got good response from the readers and that is when her blogging turned into a full-time activity. During this journey, she developed an interest in Food Photography which is a passion now for her. Not sticking to a pattern is her photo style, she creates different set up for every food photo and believes that each food has its own character, so play accordingly. Her food blog is a place where one can find a lot of Bengali recipes.

“It’s really difficult to choose only three food among many favourites, but below are the three which I can have any time

Patisapta- This is an age old traditional Bengali sweet (Pithe). It’s a sweet crepe made with rice flour, maida, semolina, jaggery/sugar and filled with a jaggery+coconut mixture. It’s a seasonal delicacy and I love to have it the way my Mom makes. She makes the crapes with jaggery sans sugar, those brown crepes filled with a melt in mouth filling of coconut, jaggery and mawa is always tastes divine.

Fuchka- Fuchka is the Bengali name of Pani Pri/Gol gappa. A childhood favourite street food, nostalgia and lots of memories have attached to it.

Ilish Mach- Give me any version of Hilsa/Ilish, I’ll never complain. This fish has its own unique taste and due to that its so much popular among Bengalis.”

Holi is over but Gujiyas are not. I loved making these ‘Deconstructed Gujiya Trifles’ ✨for some dear friends who visited us on this weekend for a post-Holi party, and the theme of the Party was of course traditional. But transforming tradition was in my mind and why not? We live in a world where change is the only constant. I’ve seen people are blending and mixing heirloom tradition, past culture with a brand new vision, creativity in different platforms beyond the horizon. Whether it’s food, fashion, décor or something else, the freshness of a new era is evolving from the base of our rich, cultural heritage. Because of my love for tradition meets global things, I’ve grown a fondness towards @Jaypore. Their uniqueness of creating quality products with a cultural story behind them yet modern in appeal attract me more. From Apparel to Kitchen Accessories, to Home décor they’re into connecting craftsmanship to every creation of theirs. . Coming back to the dessert, I’ve made this keeping in mind the ingredients of Gujiya. Here Mawa-Coconut-Dry Fruits Cake crumbles layered with Saffron Rabri Malai Cream and topped with baked mini Guiya Crisp, this was a show stopper at my party.? Everything traditional, but wrapped up in a new Avatar. Say ‘yes’ in the comment section if you want me to put up a recipe of this on my blog. A little bit elaborate but it would be worth trying.? . . . . . . . . . . . . . #TraditionsTransformed #Jayporehasanewaddress #Jayporenowindelhi #JayporeGK1 #Jayporestore #Jaypore #dessert #food #foodphotography #foodstyling #photography #sunday #brand #traditional #sweet #pro #delhiblogger #delhi #india #indianfood #cultre #heritage #fusion #deconstructed #notoutofthebox #collaboration #foodtalkindia

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67. A Knitwear Designer from NIFT, Delhi Isha Saxena has a keen interest in cooking, graphics and photography. Coming from a family of big foodies, she grew up slicing, whipping and baking things. A peppy shade of yellow, a good murder mystery, well-cooked meats, the perfect margherita pizza and rustic alfresco cafes are her instant crushes!!

“My favourite places –

1. Sodabottleopenerwala
This Parsi place with the quirky ambiance and delicious meets calling me back with their Pop ups and new additions. The retro songs get you grooving right away. Their recently launched Breakfast menu is insane – the meaty poro is a meat lovers haven.

2. Cocktails and Dreams, Speakeasy
This underground pub in Gurgaon has some stellar cocktails and instantly transports you to 1920s. Some amazing things by Yangdup Lama, my poison is their Mai Tai. The Speakeasy Boys and American bites make for the perfect combination. My favourites here – the onion rings, mutton rings and pigs in a blanket.

3. Lavaash by Saby
The only place that serves Armenian in the city, Lavaash is in the most picturesque part of the city, overlooking the Qutub Minar. With Chef Saby’s Armenian and Bengali influences, their outdoor seating and lamb koobideh is delicious.”


68. Next on our list is JaipurFood sharing about the Food Cafes/Restaurants and luxe fine dining places of Jaipur !!

Best DAL BAATI CHOORMA Thali in Jaipur (₹ 340/-) . All credits to @iamdatingfood for the beautiful picture. ? This HEAVENLY DISH called Dal Baati Churma. The three words reflect the three delectable elements of the dish. It is SPICY, YUMMY, SWEET and RICH with so many different textures: the VELVETY SMOOTHNESS of the dal(PULSES), the CRUNCH from the churma, the BATI which starts out a bit tough but yields to the dal…? How you eat it?? Ladle the thick dal into a deep bowl. Break the bati into pieces and dunk them in the dal. Take a big spoonful out of the bowl and devour the delicacy . LOCATION : Thali & More, C-Scheme, Jaipur PRICE: ? INR 340/- for Daal Baati Choorma Thali . ??SHARE THE LOVE, SHARE THE FOOD ?? Follow us for upcoming drooling pics Tag #JAIPURFOOD and share your food cravings . Join us at : facebook.com/jaipurfoodcompany Zomato: /FoodiAK . #indianfood #desifood #foodtalkindia #foodgram #nomnom #foodporn #vscofood #eeeeeats #foodgasm #food #feedfeed #vegetarian #jaipur #jaipurdiaries #f52grams #ifoundawesome #rajasthan #foodie #travelgram #vscocam #dalbati #foodpics #foodstagram #foods #spicyfood #dillifoodies #desidiaries #jaipurcityblog

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69. Natasha Minocha is a food entrepreneur and blogger, amateur photographer, mother and much more. She is totally into discovering the whole wide world of healthy eating. She loves doing foods that have loads of texture and flavours, using ingredients that are healthy, fresh and locally available. Whether cooking/baking for clients, family or just herself, the kitchen is where she finds her groove!!

“I fall in love with new cuisines, tastes and flavours all the time! But I would happily turn to any one of my three all time favorite comfort foods: Grilled Cheese Sandwich – just make it crispy, gooey and cheesy, and don’t forget to butter the bread and serve it fresh off the grill. Supremely satisfying, and so perfect! My love for Dal Chawal is everlasting – a household staple, simple to make, yet flavourful. It is healthy and lean, yet capable of leaving a lingering after taste when done with a nice desi ghee tadka. And finally, when I am in a mood to kick back and watch a nice movie, I turn to a glass of red wine with Tossed Pasta. You can make it in infinite ways, and not go wrong. Versatile and uncomplicated. Done in a few minutes and yummy each time!”

Dreaming of these Apricot Tahini Blissballs..?dipped of course!?? Recipe is on the blog. Search under DESSERTS. Check the link here? http://www.tashasartisanfoods.com/blog/2018/01/06/apricot-tahini-blissballs/ ******************************* #tbt #tashasartisanfoods #blissballs #veganfoodshare #refinedsugarfree #tahini #veganrecipe #darkchocolate #SWEEEEET #onthetable #beautifulcuisines #foods4thought #bhgcelebrate #buzzfeast #healthytreats #yougottaeatthis #foodfluffer #yuminthetumrepost #healthychoices #grubstreet #realsimple #foodandwine #thenewhealthy #bareaders #huffpostetaste #heresmyfood #cleaneats #ahealthynut #imsomartha #feedfeed @thefeedfeed @bestofvegan @hautescuisines @vzcomade @tastingtable @betterhomesandgardensindia @beautifulcuisines @kitchenstories_official

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70. After pursuing graduation in computer science, the love for food dragged her into this profession. She is handling the food page and also working as a freelancer with a few outlets in Noida NCR. Born and brought up in a Punjabi Family, she has a special place and love for food in her life !!

“I love pizza a lot and my all time favourite pizza place is undoubtedly pizza hut.
Rajma Chawal is forever love. I usually don’t like rice but My mom cooks the best Rajma Chawal is this whole wide world. Also, I am a huge non veg food fan and Butter Chicken is my foremost priority.”


71. Richa is a food enthusiast living in Mumbai. A banker turned food blogger by the name of www.savorytales.com. She loves traveling and of course, food. She is an avid learner and loves to explore new places to eat!!

“Food items that I love the most are

1.)Kachori Sabzi in Kachori Galli of Varanasi because it is an experience which everyone should have and in order to feel the positive vibes of this holy city it’s highly recommended to eat and live like a Banarasi and start your day with Kachori Sabzi and Jalebi.

2.)The iconic Pyaz kachori from the Rawat Sweet Shop in Jaipur because those flakey fried kachoris stuffed with spicy onion and potato mixture tastes so good and shouldn’t be missed.

3.) Panipuri because hanging out with friends or family and gulping down Pani puri is one of the best things to do. The masala filled puris with spicy tamarind water is just irresistible and it adds enough spice to your life.”


72. TheBombayJournal started as a fun project of 5 friends, who were studying psychology together. At one point they became the most sought after group in college, and people kept asking them for recommendations to know where to eat. So, they decided why not give food blogging a go. And now they have become part time psychologists and full time eaters !!

“Our favorite hangout spots:
We love the parathas at Prithvi Cafe, Waffles at Tea Villa and desserts at Oh Dough. We all love a good cheesy meal with a chocolaty desserts.”


73. As the name suggests, TheFoodiCtionary are a foodie couple on a foodilicious mission from India.


74. Shatrugan Joukani is a social media influencer and has been a foodie all his life. A trait, he says, runs in his entire Sindhi family. With a li’l over 16,000 followers on his Instagram handle @TheGreedyGlutton, Shatrugan, showcases the best of food and drinks only within Mumbai City !!

“Favourite Things To Eat:

1. Motichoor Ladoo, Tewari Brothers Mithaiwala, Mumbai
I’ve been a fat kid most of my life, and as a kid these would be my ultimate favourite.. Still are.. So much that I was actually called Laddoo, a pet name that just grew without any limit after that k3g movie.

I see a vast majority of my generation always more inclined towards western desserts with a myth in their minds that Indian Desserts are too sweet & extra high on calories when in fact it is the opposite.. While some of them are too sweet.. Our beloved Motichoor dodges those misconceptions like a boss..

Made of Chickpea Flour Batter (besan) & Loads of Shudh Desi Ghee this one dessert has literally no haters in the entire world… LITERALLY!!
The King of Indian Desserts..

2. Burnt Garlic Egg Fried Rice & Chilli Chicken, Sheetal Restaurant, Khar

Almost classifies as a hidden gem since most people mistake another restaurant down the road to be the original. Sheetal has been a regular order for my entire family for both authentic it’s Punjabi Indian Cuisine AND Desi Chinese

3. Upma Podi, Pineapple Sheera & Filter Kapi at Cafe Madras, Matunga

Let’s just say out of the 52 Sundays of my year, on around half of them I’m here early morning for breakfast! Iconic! Never Goes Wrong!”

Time for Lunch! – Chicken Lababdar, Butter Garlic Naan & Chicken Dum Biryani at @punjabgrillofficial #Mumbai – Taste 5/5 for the biryani where I got the leg pc. Yay! The Gravy was too creamy! So minus points for that.. Butter Garlic Naan was loevly as usual! – VFM 4/5 ( approx Rs. 1500 + service tax + GST for all that you see on the table) – – – – #GreedyGlutton #FoodofMumbai #foodtalkindia #things2doinmumbai #FoodPorn #Foodgasm #InstaMumbai #Foodstagram #mumbai_igers #Bombay #nycfood #BuzzFeast #FoodBlogger #InstaYum #Foodie #Vegetarian #InstaFood #InstaGood #instagram #InstaDaily #photooftheday #picoftheday #instamood #likesforlikes #likeforlike #biryani #IndianFood #India #vscofood

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75. Srishti Sharma all of 23 says her life revolves around food but yes fitness doesn’t always take the second seat. So I exercise daily to keep my health and body in check. At the end of the Day , Health is also really important.

“Rather than place or dish , I would like to combine both.
*Dahi Bhalle from Shahi Dahi Bhalla, Sarojini Nagar . The stall has been there for many years now. Their taste is really authentic and the pricing really reasonable. I love to visit this place often whenever I have cravings for Chaats.

*Kathputli, Defence Colony
Rajasthani thali from Kathputli is not just a gastronomic delight but it’s also a visual Delight. Its a Royal spread. You are spoilt for choices yet you finish everything served. That is what a perfect indian thali is all about.

*Naivedyam, Hauz Khas Village
Most people love South Indian food and so do I.This place is really special for me .Their taste stands out and so does the soothing ambience. All the murals and paintings takes us back to ancient south India. This in turn adds flavour to the palate.”


76. Kolkata Epicurean is a food blogging page with its presence on Instagram and Facebook over the last 18 months. They have a follower base of close to 20000 followers at present. Came into existence out of the love for good vegetarian food and believes in giving foodies useful suggestions on exciting places to eat !!

“Our three favourite places-

Spice klub”


77. We take pleasure in having Trishala Sharma aka brewingfood on our list for this Food Blogger series. Follow her if your a foodie or love to explore new places in town to hang around !!


78. Shamika & Raashi are enthusiastic foodies and for them “Food exists in each and every drop of our blood.” Their food blog has a tagline “In food we trust” and yes they truly believe in food because food is not just a thing for them rather it’s an emotion. Throughout this journey they have visited lot of restaurants, reviewed as well as previewed dozens of them and have experienced their share of ups & downs! Every time is a new experience with regards to the food, ambience, service, hygiene and at other factors !!

“We have visited so many places that choosing just three places was a really cumbersome task. So out of the dozens the 3 that we loved the most are –

Here at TIB they always use natural ingredients to make their yummy icecreams and their icecreams are devoid of any artificial colour or flavouring.

2) 1441 PIZZERIA, Malad –
Making your own pizza is the buzz of the hour and 1441 pizzeria just catches this trend perfectly. The satisfaction of asking your own pizza make this place our favourite. Also their appetisers are really palatable.

3) SHAKE SHOP, Lokhandwala –
Thick and really delicious shakes and we know Shake Shop is sure to serve it all. Also their menu suits each and every customer according to the taste and the health content. Variety ranges from Chocolate to Cheesecake flavoured to the fruity and healthy ones.”

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79. The Hungry Chashmish is co-founded by Vrinda Gothi & Abhishek Dhawan. They like to consider themselves as foodies who enjoy tasting and reviewing dishes and restaurants thereby making it slightly easier for their followers to make good food decisions by putting out some pictures & honest reviews for them to feed on!!

“The three food items that we love the most would be Sushi, Pizza & Mughlai food.”


80. Siddhesh Wairkar is a Commerce student who recently did Masters and also a Final CA student. But photography has always been his passion and clicking food and styling it is his hobby. So this is the reason he started with the Instagram account around few months before !!

Wanna have some chaat while chatting with your friends and family Spice Republic, Borivali? Then don't miss the crispy puris amidst the melange of potatoes served with dahi and decorated with various toppings?? . . ?️ What? Dahi Batata Puri Shots ? . . ? For how much? ₹149 . . ?️ Where? @spicerepublicgreen , Borivali . . ? How is it? Taste : 5/5 Service : 4.3/5 Value for money : 4.5/5 . Pet pooja Rating : 4.6/5 . . ➡️ Get a detailed review of the place on Zomato by clicking the link in the Bio ? . ➡️ For Restaurant reviews / collaborations email me at siddesh.wairkar@gmail.com ? . . ➡️Know the person behind the page by following @naam_h_siddhu ? . . #mumbaifoodies #foodporn #flatlay #foodgasm #zomato #letsblogsomefood #canonphotography #iphoneography #foodie #foodstory #foodlover #pet_pooja_insta #mumbaifoodie #instafood #loveforfood #likeforlike #mumbaifood #foodblogger #mumbaikarfoodie #nothingisordinary #myfab5 #f52grams #dailyfoodfeed #lovefood #eatingfortheinsta #spoonfeed #eatingfortheinsta #huffposttaste #dahipuri #chaat

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81. A Social Influencer, food blogger and a die hard street food lover – that’s what Art is about. You can check her food and travel stories on instgram with username hereartigoes !!


82. Kartik Mehta is an MBBS student with obsession for dosa. It was his obsession that gave him his unique username on instagram !!

“And i love dosa, momos, pizza and French fries , and frankly speaking there are no reasons for liking them, just that i have a craving for them most of the times more than anything else ?”


83. Monika Manchnada is a multi-faceted Baker, Food Writer, Blogger, consultant, avid reader, traveler and a twitterati – that’s what she likes to share with her fans and followers on social media world !!

Belated Holi brunch in our house today. It’s a very bittersweet meal for me. It was dad’s favourite food ever and something he could probably eat even in sleep. It’s also the first time ever I have made khasta kachoris and the man told me they are one of the best kachoris he has eaten, don’t know if he was trying to make me happy or really meant it ? But I did enjoy making and eating them a lot. Served along with dubki walle aloo and methi ki khatti meethi chutney. Of course there is gujiya on the side. Might blog this even when holi is over but Now for that nap 🙂 #sinamon #sinamonkitchen #holi #holifestival #holibrunch #holimeal #holihai #huffposttaste #foodtalkindia #food #foodporn #foodgasm #eeeeeats #indianfood #foodphotography #buzzfeedfood #ndtvfood #ndtvgoodtimes #bbcgoodfood #thefeedfeed #f52grams #weekend #weekendvibes #saturdaymorning #saturdaybrunch #streetfood

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84. Radhika Agarwal is a dentist by profession and a food blogger by passion. Being spoilt with delicious food, she turned her love for food into a part time profession !!

“The 3 food items I love the most –
Chicken tikka

And the places I love the most to visit are –
Curious life coffee roasters

“PULL APART GARLIC BREAD” ?? ?: 4/5 ?: ₹219 ?: @nibscafe , Malviya Nagar . . This drool worthy and Insta famous dish not only looks good, but tastes delicious as well. Loaded with cheese and bread baked to perfection, this one is a MUST TRY at NIBS café. ? . . Detailed review on #Zomato : http://zoma.to/u/173389 . Instagram? : @thefoodiedevi Snapchat? : thefoodiedevi Twitter?: TheFoodieDevi Facebook? : www.facebook.com/TheFoodieDevi . #TheFoodieDevi #zomatoIN #FoodTalkIndia #travellers #jaipur #jaipurdiaries #foodblog #incredibleindia #jaipurbloggers #jaipurcity #beautifuljaipur #rajasthan #foodbossindia #trellfood #jaipurfood #dillifoodies #dilsefoodie yes #foodporn #foodgram #dillikabhukkad #like4like #l4l #nomnom #eeeeeats #food52 #iphone #pullapartbread #garlicbread #nibs

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85. Typically a food blogger this account from ‘Calcutta’ now ‘Kolkata’ is a complete city guide for the best places to explore and eat around the capital city of West Bengal. Sharing the culinary experiences from their hometown, CulinaryCalcutta is one of the best from Kolkata.


86. Divya Bhati born in Jaipur, was the food influencer within the family since childhood. Her almost daily trips to café and lounges ensured was almost fanatic about eating out and even more so about suggesting others on where to head to for a delectable platter. To achieve her most believed goal of making Jaipurites recognize the best eateries in town and solely influenced by the ground breaking idea of being the first in this field and the excitement to explore a new horizon all by myself enticed her to dig deep into food blogging !!

“My Favourite food/cafes-

Macroons by Le15- I have always been fond of macroons for they are a quick and easy dessert and can be eaten in a go! On my regular trips to Mumbai, I don’t miss a single chance on heading to le15 at palladium Mall and buy at-least 6 of those really pretty looking macroons, that have left me in awe of their taste.So thanks to Pooja Dhingra for that!

Cafe Bae- One of my favorites in Jaipur, when it comes to good food, great drinks and ambiance, Cafe Bae is a beloved of mine! I head out their frequently to grab home made raviolis, a perfect tangy sauce and well cooked spinach ravioli is all I need to beat the Monday Blues.

Blueberry Cheesecake from BIGCHILL- I am not a dessert person, but a trip to delhi is incomplete without this blueberry cheesecake. I have scoured places in Jaipur to find an equally good cheesecake and it has been a disappointing journey. Really looking forward to niche bakery in Jaipur that could satisfy my quest for perfect cheesecakes.”


87. Shruti’s inherited baking/cooking skills elevated her to start experimenting in the kitchen when she was barely 12 years old. She loved baking cupcakes, though some batches were amazing, She did burn some.. But the experience of baking was what she loved the most. It was during one such experiment, where her sister suggested she should click pictures of what she bakes and should share it on the social media. That is when “Cooking Diary by Shruti” evolved !!

“The 3 food items that I love the most are:

And any dessert with berries
Desserts are an absolute favourite and I love baking.”

Wishing each one of you a very Happy, Safe & Colourful HOLI. Sending you lots of love, warm hugs and Gujias ? P.S- I look forward to Holi to eat lots & lots of Gujias. Do you love them too?? ?? What do you look forward to eating during HOLI?? Comment Below?? http://cookingdiarybyshruti.com/gujiahand-pies-filled-with-dry-fruits/ . . . . . . . . . . . . #holi #feedfeed @thefeedfeed @thebakefeed #buzzfeedfood #beautifulcuisines #indianfoodbloggers #indiancuisine #gloobyfood #dessert #sweettooth #tastingtable #f52grams #bakedwithlove #indian #foodtalkindia @buzzfeedfood @tastingtable @foodblogfeed @beautifulcuisines @food @instagtam @foodfluffer @thefeedfeed.baking #bakersofinstagram #bakedfromscratch #foodstagram #foodporn #theweekoninstagram #eattheworld #foodie #instafoodie #heresmyfood #hautecuisines #instafood #buzzfeast #foodphotography #vscofood #instagram @foodfluffer @betterhomesandgardensindia @cuisinesworld @bbcgoodfood @foodgawker @foodtalkinida @food_glooby @ndtv_food @nigellalawson @foodphotographyandstyling #foodfluffer @dessertgram

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88. Daksh is a jaipur based food blogger and he started his journey 10 months ago. He loves to visit new new food places in town and write about them on his social media handles !!

“Three items that i love to have every time i visit a place
1) Thin crust pizza Of Zolocrust clarks amer perfect ambience
2) Pink sause pasta At the socialite, This place is having amazing rooftop.
3) Chocolate tart from Patissez”


89. Darpan is a 24 year old guy studying Company Secretary and planning to do MBA. Residing in Navi Mumbai he is a BIG foodie!!

“Selecting my top 3 dishes or places would be tough but would still give it a try –
1. Health Juice & Fast Food , Vashi
Dishes – pani puri, sandwiches, pav bhaji
I love fast food and this place serves really delicious things and so is one of my fav!!

2. Nutella waffles & Melbourne Freak Shake at Coffee by Di Bella
Coz who doesnt love waffles specially the nutella and chocolate ones!!

3. Indian food especially Paneer Tikka Masala , Dal Tadka , Paneer butter masala , Garlic Naan.”


90. Nandini and Manan are Delhi Foodies with a mission to explore and share the very best of food joints in Delhi/NCR through pictures, texts and reviews !!


91. Debajyoti is a software Engineer with Master degree from BITS PILANI. Working at an IT firm in Kolkata , besides coding, he loves writing or rather blogging. He had opened up his blog in 2009 and from 2014 he has been regularly blogging. Foodiedada is his blog and it mainly deals with food and a bit of travel besides few other miscellaneous topics !!

“Three food Items I like most: Spaghetti Aglio e Olio, Chilli Pork, Pork Momos (steamed). I love the texture of pork, mostly like the lean meat with a hint of fat, love the juices trapped within the folds of the meat. Spaghetti Aglio e Olio I love for that touch of garlic, olive oil and shrimps! Simple yet flavorful.”


92. Soham Sinha is an aspiring advocate by profession and a foodie by passion. A food reviewer who not only likes to visit restaurants but also places across the globe. He loves to click pictures of food and cooking too. ‘Stay healthy, stay fit, keep eating and keep treating good food! ‘ is what strongly believes in !!

“The three food which I love to eat in Kolkata:

1) Kolkata Special Mutton Biryani ( Ofcourse, with aloo )
2) Bengali Traditional seafood item : Chingri Machch er Malaikari ( Prawn Curry )
3) Ice-cream ( Cotton Candy flavour being my favourite ).”

Had yourself a Big Bowl Bonanza yet? If not, do visit Mamagoto, Park Street to explore their newly launched Chinese bowls. They have various options of bowls to opt for with choices of tofu, chicken and pork. ? The bowls are wholesome and will suffice two people easily. ? In the picture : ▶ Aromatic Rice Fish Meal◀ Basa fish fillet served along with sticky rice gives the dish an authentic spicy flavour. Presentation being on point, this superbowl is delicious to taste! Rating : 4.5/5 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ? Follow, Like, Tag @kolkatadelites ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #chinese #food #foodie #food52grams #mamagoto #foodporn #spicy #rice #fish #eeeeats #thaifood #mexicanfood #italianfood #asian #indianfood #japanesefood #dailyfoodfeed #kolkatagram #brunch #bloggersofindia #indianfood #indianfoodblogger #blogger #kolkata #sokolkata #kolkatafoodblogger #indiancuisine #eating #goodfood #superbowl

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93. Yes you guessed it right, KolkataFoodLovers is yet another food blogger on our list from the city of joy. If you are an avid lover of food from Kolkata, go follow them on their official social media accounts now !!

• Chicken Cheese Kebab • (Soft Chicken Kebabs Coated With Thick Layers Of Cheese) Aminia is a branded chain of restaurants with twelve locations in Kolkata, India, which specialises in traditional Mughlai cuisine of Eastern India. The restaurant is most noted for its Special Biryani and Aminia Special. It was opened in 1929, and is a growing chain of restaurants within West Bengal. The restaurant is one of the fastest growing restaurants in Eastern India. It has been consistently ranked in the top 3 Mughlai Restaurants in Kolkata. P.C. @thefoodiedip ……………………………………………………………………… Follow @KolkataFoodLovers if you liked this post . . #food #foodie #foodstory #foodgasm #foodlover #likeforfood #foodporn #instafood #instafoodie #loveforfood #foodpic #foodblogger #foodstagram #nomnom #yummyinmytummy #foodforlife #goodfood #chicken #streetfood #vegetarian #kebabs #sokolkata #kebab #restaurant #chickenkebab #nonvegetarian #cheese #kolkatadiaries #kolkatafoodlovers

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94. Veggersparadise is page where Ankit and Aakash connect with all the vegetarians out there on social media. This page is managed by two brothers and the best part is getting engagements with foodies around the globe !!


95. Shubhneet Kamra started food blogging as a passion 1 and half years ago. She was always curious to try new cuisines , restaurants and cafes and since then this became her passion and wanted to make the most of it ,so started with the blog!!

“THREE FOOD ITEMS I love the most are firstly I love Italian food – Pastas (pesto & arrabbiata ) being my go to orders wherever I visit or Lasagna, Gnocchi di semolina (dumplings made with semolina flour ) and from the dessert section Tiramisu are my personal favourited and for Italian food in Chandigarh I love to visit Virgin courtyard, Piccante and Va sano.”


96. Ananya Ghoshal is a food blogger based in Kolkata. She has always been fascinated by different kinds of food in her city as well as other places. The point of creating her page was to interact with all the people with mutual interest and other fellow bloggers out there to know and to learn various new things from them. Her page named “foooodmaniacs” shares stories and experiences of her food blogging journey.

” Favourite Food Items:
1. Pizza?- Pizza is something I cannot get bored of. I am a big time pizza lover and I just cannot live without Pizza?. One of my favourite place to have pizza would be “Afra Tafri” located in Camac Street, Kolkata
2. Momos- I loved having momos from various street shops but my favourite place to have momos would be Denzong Kitchen, Hazra, Kolkata. I love their momos as they are so soft and juicy and everyone needs to give them a try atlest once.
3. Mojitos- I love trying out various kinds of mojitos and my favourite has to be Virgin Mojito as its so simple and basic and gives you that perfect refreshing feel.
•Places I love the most-
1. Artsy- coffee & culture
It is a beautiful cafe located in Minto Park, Kolkata. Its name is basically inspired from all the pretty artworks put up on the wall all around the cafe and their theme which is “art”. Places with such beauty and uniqueness always attracts my attention❤. Also, the food is really amazing and delicious.
2. The love Room, New Alipore
This is a pet friendly cafe in Kolkata and I absolutely love the idea of allowing your pets to spend some quality time with their owners over some delicious food that this place has to offer. They also have food for the pets. Its a very beautiful and happy place.”

Tried this delicious "Green Mint and Oreo Sundae" at Mama Mia, New Alipore?. Totally loved the flavours and taste❤️. Go and give this one a try?. @mamamiaindia Price?- Rs. 230/-. Location?- Block A, 19/S, near Majerhat Bridge, New Alipore, Kolkata. Invitation Courtesy- @foodzpah ______________________________________________ P.S: For any further queries or details you can always send us a DM or mail us at ?foodislifeeig@gmail.com Follow us on Snapchat?/Facebook?/ Zomato- @foooodmaniacs . . #foodgasm #yummyinmytummy #foooodmaniacs #indianfoodbloggers #f52grams #foodblogfeed #kolkatafoodies #nomnom #foodisbae #popxoyum #foodography #foodphotography #indianblogger #foodbeast #foodtalkindia #instafood #instagramfood #zingyzest #foodfeed #foodgram #foodphoto #foodporn #foodphotography #like4like #foodblogger #tasty #delicious #foodlove #sundae

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97. A blogger and a social influencer, Luna Chatterjee. Her genre is mainly food but also covers lifestyle. Passionate about food and love to tell stories about food and the people behind those amazing food items.

“Her favourite restaurants are : Vintage Asia ( JW Marriott), Nest ( Howard Johnson) , Mad Hatter’s ( Ballygunge)
Her favourite dishes :
Motichoor Lassi ( Paranthewali Gali)
Pork Bao ( Ping’s , Momo I am , Fatty Bao)
Fish Ball Soup ( Mad Hatter’s, Ballygunge).”


98. Fall in love with good food from home-made to fine dining, from junk to healthy diet through this food blogging instgram profile writing about food stories and reviews !!

Sauté schezwan tofu @chinahouselounge ?

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99.Madhushree and Anindya are travellers, bloggers and writers. One is a photographer and story teller and the other an awesome cook and a food stylist !!

#2017 #166 Whenever I see dimer devil in a menu, I cannot stop myself from ordering it. There will always be a debate whether dimer devil = scotch eggs, be it a runny yolk or a solidified yolk, dimer devil has best for both the worlds. The egg lover gets the egg and the outer casing in some case has keema for the meat lovers. A firm bite or an apprehensive nibble makes you fall in love gradually. We had this at The Bakery of @thelalitkolkata over an impromptu adda with @bose_madhumita and @panushwari sometime back and savoured every bite of the dish. #pikturenama #foodstories#foodpics #dimerdevil #bengali #bengalicuisine #streetfood #kolkata #kolkatarestaurants #kolkatastreetfood #bengalistreetfood #instafood #instapic #yum#nomnomnom #instalike #teatime #snacks #snacking #foodgasm #foodgram #hungry #tasty #eating#eat #eeeeats

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100. Exploring the city with the soul of pune for places to hang around with your buddies or family by following this Food Blogger and create a win-win situation everytime you decide to go out and celebrate life with a happening food menu !!


We hope that you liked The 100 Most Incredible Food Bloggers in India – 2018 Edition by WORLD OF INDIA. Make sure to show them some love and follow them for an amazing feed. Who is your favorite food blogger from our list? Let us know in the comments section down below and stay tuned for our next amazing series.

Disclaimer : This article does not showcase any kind of ranking, the sequence has been decided by the editorial team and is a little bit influenced by the Instagram accounts of the bloggers. The rights of the images used in this article completely belong to the respective bloggers.

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