Top 12 Asian Food Blog 2015

#1. iEat iShoot iPost

#1. iEat iShoot iPost

Country: Singapore

  • Author of 3 best-selling books on Singapore Food.
  • Finalist of Best Singapore Food Blog 2013 by Hotelclub
  • Co-hosted the 8-episode Singapore TV series “8 Days Eat” in 2013.
  • Held his own exhibition at Millenia Walk in 2013 on “street” food photography.
  • Delivered talks on Singapore’s Hawker Cuisine to international as well as local audiences.
  • Media Feature on

  • Sydney Morning Herald
  • 8 Days Magazine
  • and more…

As a family doctor and author of best-selling books on Singapore food, Dr Leslie Tay has spent almost a decade searching for Singapore’s best hawker food. His blog is a treasure trove of hawker history and folklore accompanied by beautifully taken photos.

#2. No Recipes

#2. No Recipes

Country: Japan

  • Writer for PBS Food
  • Media Feature on

  • Booze Traveler: Japan
  • Chopped Season 7
  • Grill It! with Bobby Flay Season 3
  • New York Times
  • Wall Street Journal
  • Japan Times
  • Korea Daily
  • USA Today

Marc is a chef who believes that the fastest way to bring people together is through good food. That’s why he started No Recipes: to teach basic techniques and inspire people to follow their own culinary adventures.

#3. Miss Tam Chiak

#3. Miss Tam Chiak

Country: Singapore

    Media Feature on

  • i-weekly (2010, issue no 667)
  • Cuisine & Wine (Jan 2011)
  • Interviewed by Radio FM 100.3 in 2010
  • Weekly hawker column in My Paper (Jan 2011- Dec 2011)
  • Weekly food program with Daniel on Radio FM 100.3
  • Elle Magazine Nov 2012
  • Scoot Inflight Magazine December 2012

Growing up in a family of foodies, Maureen has been a close observer of the rapid changes in the Singapore food scene since 2007 when she started her food blog. She is now a food journalist and her blog has been featured in many respected newspapers and magazines.

#4. Will Fly for Food

#4. Will Fly for Food

Country: Philippines

    Media Feature on

  • Huffington Post Living Canada
  • Illustrado Life
  • BuzzFeed Food
  • Bon Appétit

This is a travel food blog by husband and wife bloggers JB & Renee – the Traveleaters! Food plays a MAJOR role in their trips. To them, finding a city’s most interesting eats is just as important as visiting a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

#5. Malaysian Foodie

#5. Malaysian Foodie

Country: Malaysia

    Media Feature on

  • NTV 7′s Breakfast Show
  • LITE FM
  • MIX FM
  • FOOD Magazine Malaysia
  • Travel Wire Asia
  • Seven Magazine

A couple who love to eat, travel and experience new things in life. They love to pen down their experience, and promote places and food not only in Klang Valley, but places round Malaysia and the world too.

#6. The Yum List

#6. The Yum List

Country: Malaysia/Australia

  • Top Malaysian Expat Blog 2012, 2013
  • Most sought-after food and hotel critic in Malaysia
  • Media Feature On

  • BFM Radio 89.9
  • ABC TV
  • The Star Newspaper
  • Harper’s Bazaar Magazine

Monica has an appreciation of where her food comes from and a taste for “real” food. The Yum List only includes spots that are worth the visit. If it’s not good, it doesn’t get posted. A food, travel and lifestyle blog for Malaysia and the world.

#7. Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow

#7. Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow

Country: Singapore

  • Winner of Best Asia Food Blog 2014 by Asiarooms
  • Finalist of Best Asia Food Blog 2013 by Asiarooms
  • Finalist of Best Singapore Food Blog 2013 by Hotelclub
  • Finalist of Best Singapore Food Blog 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Media Feature on

  • New York Post
  • Mediacorp Suria TV
  • The New Paper
  • Yess.Im Magazine

Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow memorializes the ever-changing globalized Singapore city with a local kampong boy’s palate, and sometimes he extends his palate to other countries.

#8. SG Food on Foot

#8. SG Food on Foot

Country: Singapore

  • Curator for Ultimate Hawker Fest 2014
  • Finalist of Singapore Best Food Blog 2012, 2013, 2014
  • 2nd place of AsiaRooms Foodie Blog of the Year
  • Top 10 Best Singapore Food Blog by Living In Singapore

As a foodie who relies on public transportation, Derrick started blogging in 2010 to share with his readers the dining experiences and travelling directions of restaurant and stalls they can find near Singapore MRT/bus stations.

#9. Johor Kaki

#9. Johor Kaki

Country: Singapore

  • Winner of Best Singapore Food Blog 2013, 2014
  • Winner of Best Malaysia Food Blog 2013
  • Co-hosted Johor Bahru episodes of NTV7 “Foodie Blogger TV Series” in 2013 and 2014
  • Media Feature On

  • National Geographic Traveler Magazine
  • MY Paper
  • Wave Magazine
  • Infinéte Loop Media

Johor Kaki aims to put every good hawker on web. Blogs with love for food prepared with love, from street food to fine dining, Tony hopes to promote mutual understanding and bring peoples together through food.

#10. The Food Scout

#10. The Food Scout

Country: Philippines

  • Finalist of The Philippine Best Food & Beverage Blog 2011
  • Media Feature on

  • GMA News TV’s Pop Talk Guest
  • Chinoy TV
  • ABS-CBN’s Rated K
  • Breakfast Magazine
  • Metro Society Magazine
  • Daily Inquirer Newspaper

The Food Scout is a food, travel and lifestyle blog that revolves around Jill Bantang’s colorful adventures as she discovers noteworthy things in this crazy planet. The blog aspires to inspire, inform to transform.

#11. Eat What Tonight

#11. Eat What Tonight

Country: Singapore

  • Finalist of Singapore Best Cooking Blog 2013, 2014
  • Finalist of Singapore Best Food Blog 2013

Eat What Tonight is a food blog based in sunny Singapore, started off as a passion for baking, cooking and sharing of recipes and even extending to a column of food reviews today.

#12. Ken Hunt Food

#12. Ken Hunt Food

Country: Malaysia

  • Cool Blog by Penang.ws
  • Media Feature on

  • Foodsion Magazine
  • Guest host for Media Prima’s program on NTV 7

Born and bred in Penang, Ken Hunts Food is a blog written by a true Penangite. The blog records Ken’s gastronomic journey in search of Penang’s greatest street food and finest eats.

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