Singapore is known to be a food mecca.
There’s certainly no shortage of things to eat and new cafes to explore every weekend. If you are new to Singapore’s food scene and are looking for recommendations for food, there are tons of food review websites out there.
But if you are really serious about checking out the local dining scene in Singapore, there is no better way than to look at food blogs. Here are 45 of the best food blogs Singapore has to offer!
Note: This is just a list compiled by RentHero and is by no means ranked in any way.[/vc_column_text]
45 best food blogs in Singapore for the glutton in you
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FoodGem is an up-and-coming food and travel blog, having only started recently in 2016. Despite that, they have gathered quite an impressive number of shares and views on their posts. The blog is also well designed and nicely laid out, navigating it is really easy and intuitive.
Holiao is a food blog whose name is based on a Hokkien slang, which means good stuff. Each post has a review and even a user rating! Some of them even have videos as well to complement the review.
3. Six and Seven
Upon visiting the site, you are greeted with a huge picture that spans the entire browser. This food blog is visually heavy and looks great and modern. The site is mainly focused on restaurants and cafes, and is definitely one of the best food blogs Singapore has to offer in terms of food photography.
4. Daniel’s Food Diary
Daniel’s Food Diary is one of Singapore’s most visited food blogs, and was created by Daniel Ang who is a lecturer and presenter by day. As the site has grown, you can now expect to have more than a post a day to the blog. Also, the site is very up to date with food news in Singapore, so if you like to keep yourself abreast with the latest, this is one of the best food blogs Singapore has to offer.
ieatishootipost is one of, if not probably the most famous food blogger in Singapore. It was started by Dr Leslie Tay who is a family doctor and practices at Karri Family Clinic in Tampines. He has even published 4 books on food in Singapore and is considered to be a non biased authority on food. The specialty of the site is on hawker food so expect to find reviews on local Singapore food as he unearths new gems in his posts! Definitely one of the best food blogs in Singapore.
If this is your first time coming across this food blog, you would be forgiven for thinking that it is a food blog focused on our neighbours over in Johor Bahru. And you would be absolutely right, as Tony, the founder of the blog, did start the site meaning to document all the good food in Johor. However, because he has lived in Singapore when he was younger, there are many posts on Singapore as well. You can be sure that all his reviews are honest and unbiased as he does not do any form of paid endorsements.
Seth Lui is a food, travel and nightlife blog but the site is primarily known for its food reviews. It was one of the first few food blogs to come up with the “listicles” format food guide that has become so popular!
Eatbook is a food blog that was started by the team at The Smart Local. They claim that 90% of the places that they write about are visited anonymously and their writers all have some sort of background in cooking. So you can expect to have a more unbiased and professional take on each place that they visit.
Eatbma is a food blog that was started by a Californian now based in Singapore. Don’t be fooled by its simplicity – the site has a ton of food places visited, and although each write up is short, you can expect a honest opinion on each of them.
10. Where to eat in Singapore
With such a title, it is impossible to mistake this site for anything but a food blog! They cover anything from food guides, to food reviews and promotions. The site was built to help you discover where to eat and what to eat, the same exact reason why this list was created!
ieat&eat is a food blog that is actually started by the Chua family because of their love for food and photography. Although started only in 2013, the site has now expanded to a team of writers, with an emphasis on hawker fare in Singapore!
12. Ordinary Patrons
Ordinary Patrons is a food blog started as a place for the owners to give their views on the food places that they visit in Singapore. Their goal – to provide the real dining experience of ordinary people, hence the name! At the end of each review are ratings of the place broken down by categories like food, service, value and atmosphere.
Rubbisheatrubbishgrow is a food blog started by Dr Ho, with an aim to provide an honest and humourous take on food reviews in Singapore. If you are wondering how the name came about, “rubbish eat, rubbish grow” is a phrase used by Singaporean parents to get their kids to finish their food. The site is well known for their ultimate lists on food as well, when they visited 47 chicken rice stalls to come up with the rankings, that is true dedication!
As the name suggests, SG Food on Foot was started by Derrick as a food blog with a focus on showing directions on how to get to each place that he has reviewed. All the places are even sorted by MRT stations neatly for you to browse! Each dish that he tries are also rated out of 5 and he does not accept products or free tastings in exchange for positive reviews so expect a certain level of honesty in the reviews!
15. The Ranting Panda
The Ranting Panda was started as a blog to rant about food and travel, with three contributors, the Ranter, Rantee and Ranbee. The site also rates each meal they have had by, taste bud, hole in the pocket, ambience and overall experience.
Pinkypiggu is a food blog started by Nicole as a place for her to share her dining experiences and cooking experiments. The writing style is done in the old school blog way, so it feels personalised and non commercialised, which is very refreshing in today’s age!
If you are at a complete loss of where to eat, Catherine’s food blog Camemberu would be a good place to start. This is one of the older and best food blogs in Singapore and has great pictures to accompany the posts on food!
18. All about Ceil
All about Ceil is a food blog that was created to chronicle her personal journey on her food adventures. Most of her posts are on local hawker fare and she visits many of the lesser known food stalls so you can hope to find more local gems out there that would not break the bank!
19. Ms Skinnyfat
Ms Skinnyfat is a food blog that is started by C, a tiny food blogger with an apparent voracious appetite (for life), hence the name. Her blog reviews mainly food in cafes and restaurants, so if that form of dining is up your alley, this is the place to visit!
20. Hawker Food
Hawker Food is an aptly named food blog started by a person who only wants to be known as “Lao Beng”. If you are a foreigner reading this, it is loosely translated as, an old Chinese gangster. The photos are really well taken and you will definitely feel hunger pangs just going through them!
Gninethree is a food blog started by Char, who wanted a way to journal all the new cafes and restaurants that were sprouting up in Singapore. The site is now helmed together with her elder sister Crystal, who heads the section on “Behind the Apron“, where they hope to feature more inspiring stories of the chefs in Singapore.
Ladyironchef is one of the more outstanding food bloggers on this list, having been one of the early pioneers to the food blogging scene in Singapore. With a very interestingly named food blog, many people were confused initially when they found out it was actually a guy behind it. The site has a ton of food reviews and has even branched out to travel guides.
23. Hungry Bird
Hungry Bird is a food blog started by Melissa, a foodie, yogi and beauty junkie. Her reviews include ratings at the end based on the food, ambiance, value and overall score. Her blog also has a huge focus on Japan and her travels there!
24. The Chosen Glutton
The Chosen Glutton is a food blog that focuses on providing drool-worthy pictures of the food that they eat. At the end of every food review, they provide useful information such as what dishes are worth ordering as well as a map and all the useful links to the place!
25. Secret Life of Fatbacks
Secret Life of Fatbacks was started as a place for Shawn, a full time lawyer, to document his food experiences. Every post has a “Under Ten Words” snippet as well as the must-orders of the restaurant. The visuals are crisp and will surely make you hungry in anticipation!
Nahmj is a food, lifestyle and travel blog created by Michelle Nah. It has now expanded to included guest posters as well! Each post will have a concluding verdict on the place (for the lazy amongst you, you can just scroll right to the end) as well as how to get there via public transportation and a final rating out of 10!
27. Gourmet Estorie
Gourmet Estorie is a food blog originally founded by Justin Pereira. It was one of the earliest, having started in 2003 and is now a full fledged website that focuses on bringing their readers food reviews with a greater emphasis on the visuals of each post.
Even if you do not happen to be in a hungry mood, umakemehungry’s food blog is bound to change that as every post has a lot of photos showcasing the food as well as the interior of the place and prices!
29. Chubby Botak Koala
Chubby Botak Koala is a food, travel and lifestyle blog started by a couple, namely Chubby Botak Koala and the Little Devil. They pride themselves on objective and fair reviews and will reject advertorials if the overall experience is bad during the invited tasting, so you can expect a certain level of authenticity in their blog!
Jaymoylovesfood is a food blog started by Jay as a space for people to see all the food that he has tried. The motto of his blog is simple “I find things to eat and i eat them”. And it shows in his reviews, they are quick and to the point, no fluff at all.
Even though the blog looks simple, Summerlovestoeat is a unique food blog in that most of her posts are focused on buffets in Singapore. Which is great because Singaporeans love buffets! Each post is chock full of photos as she believes that most readers are busy and have no time to read, so photos are the best way to convey the experience!
Deelightfullyveg is another unique food blog as you can tell by the name, is focused on vegetarian food in Singapore. So if you are on the lookout for delicious vegetarian food, Deepa’s blog would no doubt be a great place to start.
33. Fundamentally Flawed
Fundamentally Flawed might not sound like a food blog on first glance due to the name, but it is definitely very much one. It is started by Sihan, who has a background in pastry from Le Corden Bleu in Sydney. So she undoubtedly has the chops to back up her posts on food!
34. The Dead Cockroach
The Dead Cockroach is another one of those food blogs that you would not even associate with food due to the name. If you were to mouse over links on the site, the cursor even changes to a cockroach! If you are interested to find out how this blog even arrived at the name you can do so here. The food reviews here mainly focuses on hawker fare and include useful information such as links and business hours at the end of each post. In terms of the best food blogs in Singapore this definitely takes the cake for its name!
Sgfoodwanderers is a food blog started by Irene since December 2014. Each post has ratings at the end on the taste and atmosphere and even includes prices of each dish for your reference which can be really helpful!
Halalicious is a food blog that is dedicated to finding the best halal food in Singapore. Each post has a halal status, rating and average spend per pax!
Misstamchiak is one of the best food blogs in Singapore if you judge food blogs by page views, with more than a million a month of them. Started by Maureen, it has now branched out into an almost food media like site. They often have interesting posts on the more obscure food places to eat in Singapore and if visits are anonymous and not a paid advertisement it would be indicated at the bottom. They even have a Youtube channel now!
365days2play is a primarily a food blog with some posts on travel and lifestyle thrown in. Having started in 2010, there is now a sizeable list of food reviews in Singapore for you to choose from!
Strictlyours is a Singapore food and travel blog that was started by Kimberley Yeo, who happens to be one of the co owners of Don Play Play! Every post is clearly indicated with tags like location and cuisine so its easy for you to navigate around the site!
Bibikgourmand is a food blog started by Evelyn Chen and if our best food blogs in Singapore list was ranked by their foodie background this would be right at the top. She was the former editor of Zagat Singapore and has written for publications like the New York Times, CNN Travel, Time magazine and Conde Nast Traveller, just to name a few. So if you are looking for a recommendations one what to eat, what better than food reviewed by a foodie expert in Singapore!
41. The Food Chapter
The Food Chapter is a food blog started out by Phoebe to chronicle her food finds and foodie journeys! There is a good mix of high end dining as well as hawker food so you will be spoilt for choice at the options!
42. Eat with Roy
Eat with Roy is a food blog started by Roy with an emphasis on local hawker fare. He will rate each review with a final rating out of 5, taste, portion size, service, ambience and price which is really useful as a concluding piece if you just want a quick gist!
43. Ivan Teh Running Man
Ivan Teh Running Man is actually a personal blog but he has many posts dedicated to food reviews. Just check out his food index, it is a really long list!
44. Exploding Belly
Exploding Belly is a food blog started by Clara Chua who is an avid cafe-hopper, so expect lots of posts on the different cafes in Singapore! Each post is detailed with its introduction and helpful photos that show the menu of the place as well as the prices of each dish.
45. The Halal Eater
The Halal Eater is another halal centric food blog on this list. It was created by Izad Razi with the aim to find the best halal food in Singapore. The blog is well designed as it is based on the blogging platform Medium!
So that concludes our list of the 45 best food blogs Singapore has to offer currently. Of course, there are still many out there and up and coming ones that are not covered here, so if you feel that there are any other good food blogs that are missing please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org