Although our backlog of the best new eats in town is always an option for inspiration, scrolling Instagram is also a popular pastime for many of us. Luckily, foodie culture is huge here in Hong Kong, so we’re blessed with an array of options. Here are our favorite foodies to follow when we’re on the hunt for something to eat.
Jen Balisi is the face behind Indulgent Eats, a foodie account that jumps between New York and Hong Kong. She’s now based here, and regularly posts about the best new restaurants to check out – and of course, some old-timers. Since she started her account, the photographer foodie launched a blog and even a cookbook last year. Follow her Instagram handle for inspiration from all culinary angles. Unsurprisingly, she loves to indulge.
This Hong Kong blogger loves to eat and travel. Best of all, share it with an audience of over 30,000 followers. From the most delicious ramen to hearty desserts, you can follow this account for a daily dose of food inspo.
With a bio claiming she’s got a #foodie passion for eating, this Instagram account has been posting about restaurants since 2015. She does videos with descriptions about her experiences as well as slideshow pics on the best dishes from her visits. P.S, captions are in English and Chinese to cater to both local audiences.
Get some foodie inspiration from @skeatravelife. This brunch lover finds the chicest coffee spots around town and has a keen eye for photogenic spaces. Expect some aesthetically-pleasing visuals that take you from sando at Silencio to a staycation at the Rosewood.
Working in an office by day, but playing foodie by night, Andrew Tang is a popular Hong Kong foodie who has a taste for the finer things in life. The blogger enjoys a high-end dining meal and likes to post his best recommendations which remain permanently in his IG story highlights.
Christine is one of the Hong Kong foodies that puts text on her images. She posts about everything from cocktails to Japanese bbq. We’re salivating at even the thought.
This chef foodie and cookbook author likes to showcase her best talents through the most exquisite dishes. Get some kitchen inspiration with her delightful pick-me-up plates – for the most discerning home chefs. Although @ladyandpups – AKA Mandy Lee – is not one of our Hong Kong foodies, she’s on this list because we love the recipes! Plus, it will certainly cook up some inspo for lockdown.
Derived from a certain popular Jay-Z and Kanye West song, Nicole Fung’s Instagram handle takes food cray to the next level. She posts about her favorite fine dining experiences so you can take note on your next visits. Caviar lovers will be happy to know that the luxurious ingredient is a regular feat on her feed.
This food and travel writer uses a Sony camera to capture her foodie moments. From cakes to Christmas turkey, this account has you sorted with the best eats. Oh, and there’s a lot of travel inspo to fill that wanderlust bug we’ve all been craving (cries in solidarity).