If you’re a foodie in Singapore, food bloggers are almost certainly your go-to source for internet cuisine recommendations, recipes, and reviews. Like you, I refer to the websites of my favorite Singaporean food bloggers for ideas anytime I’m looking for the greatest places to dine at in a certain region, or even just organizing a dinner with friends.
In comparison to the brief, no-nonsense captions of social media posts, I love reading Singapore cuisine blogs since they provide a more thorough tale. You may learn more about what it’s like to dine at a specific restaurant, try a new dish, or prepare a specific recipe by reading blogs.
These top bloggers have made themselves demigods with their online presence, gaining massive fans that engage and share their unique contents, providing suggestions and guidance for anyone to be inspired, whether in Singapore or around the world.
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The Secret Life of Fatbacks is a website dedicated to luxury travel, eating, and lifestyle. It’s a platform that goes along with the Instagram account @larvitar. Shawn, a full-time lawyer living in Singapore, established both sites. (He is unable to name the website anything connected to the main Pokémon character due to intellectual rights issues.) Feel free to ask him what “Fatbacks” means in person.
Since he began studying law at the National University of Singapore, Shawn has kept a journal of his culinary adventures. Eating became his safe haven away from the realities of legal practice as he resorted to food for consolation from the rigors of academic life. Shawn takes a satirical approach to food writing, turning the self-important, don’t-ya-want-to-eat-what-I’m-eating-because-I’m-a-public-figure self-indulgent gravitas of Instagram foodie-ism on its head and conveying his thoughts on food in a way that is at times decidedly obscure and at others, frankly nonsensical.
Ordinary People Looking for Places to Eat in Singapore’s Food Blog. They’re simply regular individuals seeking for places to dine in Singapore and, on occasion, elsewhere in the world.
They aren’t food critics or food aficionados, and they aren’t attempting to produce comprehensive restaurant evaluations. They’re just ordinary people blogging about their personal experiences. They write about the entire eating experience, so it’s not only about the cuisine (though that’s essential), but also about the restaurant’s ambience, service, and value. It’s about whether they’d like to visit the restaurant or café again soon, and if they’d happily suggest it to their friends.
DanielFoodDiary.com offers some of the greatest eating and dining experiences in Singapore and across the world, including local cuisine, gourmet food, foreign restaurants, and more.
Crystalwee.com is owned and operated by herself, Crystal Wee, with the goal of bringing the finest of the world to your home.
This foodie blog will show you the best bites in and around town, as well as hidden gems in secret hideaways all around the island. Her mission is straightforward: to spread the word about food. Since the fall of 2011, she has pursued photography and the pursuit of the greatest gastronomic pleasures in the area as a non-professional food blogger. When you combine the two characteristics, you get her present passion of food blogging.
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Welcome to the Ms Skinnyfat blog, where wonderful food and exotic exploits throughout the world can fire your hunger for life.
She is frequently questioned why she is known as “Ms Skinnyfat.” To summarize, the description is figurative. It reflects her attitude toward life: she’s a fun-sized girl with a voracious appetite for life, and she wants to see and eat as much as she can while she still can. There isn’t enough time in life for all the shoulda, woulda, and coulda.
However, the concern of becoming obese as a result of all the feasting is true. If you want to eat, she advises, you should work that lazy ass. If you keep reading her blog, you’ll need a lot of it, so get started today.
SG FOOD ON FOOT is owned by Derrick. He began writing in 2010 to share gastronomic experiences he had at MRT stations with his followers. He began the blog because he, too, is a foodie who relies on public transit. While many food blogs discuss restaurants/eateries’ food, there is little information regarding how to get there. As a result, he had the idea to take it a step further and provide travel information on the blog, including the nearest station to alight, walking directions, which bus to transfer to, and the anticipated journey duration. As a result, SG Food on Foot was born.
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Ladyironchef.com is Singapore’s most popular culinary and travel website, which began as a simple blog in 2007. The articles’ main editor is a man with an unexplained passion for cuisine, travel, and the finer things in life.
Brad, or ‘Ladyironchef,’ as he is known by his moniker name, writes about his everyday life experiences, giving honest evaluations of cuisine and eating establishments, nations and locations that he goes to and sees, and generic lifestyle goods. Ladyironchef believes in sharing their own experiences and goods that they recommend with all of their discriminating readers, so that lives may be changed and touched, and that there is always a reliable website to turn to for advice and information.
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Food and travel are two of our greatest passions. It pays to calm down and enjoy the finer things in life in our fast-paced world. And what could be better than sharing these special moments with the rest of the world?
This is why, despite balancing their professional responsibilities, they founded theRantingPanda in 2012. They rant about Food, Snippets of what’s worth checking out (whether it’s food, hotel stays, or lifestyle), Food Scoops for the newest bites in town, and their Travel and Food Escapades for snapshots of what’s interesting and original in any part of the world as they take to the sky to see and eat beyond Singapore.
MissTamChiak.com encapsulates the delectable cuisine and fascinating local culture of Singapore and the rest of the world. You’ll be able to sample some of the world’s most delectable meals from street sellers and hawkers to cafés and fine restaurants, and there’s always a new culinary experience around the corner.
With over a million monthly page views, the website is regarded one of Singapore’s top blogs.
Clara Chua. More known as Clara Bean, because of her Facebook profile.
This blog would mostly focus on cuisine and her experiences, with the occasional tirade thrown in for good measure. In a nutshell, this is what she is doing with her life. It all began as a fitness blog, but she soon found her everlasting passion for food. This site has grown to cater to her second interest – the love for cuisine and cafes that are unusual and new, since she is an ardent cafe hopper and someone who is intrigued by food and cafes that are unusual and new.
Is Life a Recipe is a food blog based in Singapore. Do you think it’s an odd name for a blog? Brian Kennett is his name, and I’m going to tell you why…
Food is such a vital part of our lives, yet I feel we sometimes overlook it. Everything is now available seven days a week, 24 hours a day. We have eateries operating 24 hours a day that provide pre-cooked, pre-packaged meals. Why don’t we think about what we’re eating, when we’re eating, where we’re eating, or even who we’re dining with while we eat? The origins, culture, history, and regional variations of the meals are all missing.
Frequently Asked Questions
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