Who hasn’t heard of Gaggan Anand (@gaggan_anand), right? His restaurant Gaggan, in Bangkok, has been winning accolades for years. Anand shows off minimalist-styled food and gorgeous molecular gastronomy on his feed. And his simple captions that skilfully weave a narrative around the history of the ingredients, stand out. If you’re in Bangkok and craving a delicious meal, you know where to go.
Nigella Lawson (@nigellalawson) needs no introduction, but we will still indulge. Journalist, gourmet food writer and television personality, she is a woman of many passions. Her Instagram feed, however, is dedicated solely to her stunning, simple and edible creations. Wouldn’t you want to bite into these pretty devilled eggs? The abundant use of greens, healthy meats and simple ingredients make her the queen of Instafood. Her #RecipeOfTheDay is definitely something we look forward to.
You might know her as the ‘Australian Martha Stewart’ or may have come across her 25 bestselling books, but we are a big fan of her instagram feed. Donna Hay (@donna.hay) presents everything from sinful desserts to simple pastas from Down Under and it doesn’t hurt that her food is as easy to make as it is on the eyes. Just look how pretty this zucchini dish looks, good enought to eat off the page!
Michael Zee’s (@symmetrybreakfast) Instagram feed is a pure labour of love. In tune with his handle, his symmetrical, flat-lay breakfast spreads are the best way to start your day. His pictures represent breakfast dishes from all around the world (including India), and we love that despite his massive following he doesn’t fail to engage with fans and puts up a new picture every day.
Chef Massimo Bottura’s (@massimobottura) restaurant, Osteria Francescana, was recently crowned the best in the world. But, that’s not reason enough to follow him on Instagram. Bottura’s photos and videos offer a peak into his personal life—dinners with friends and family, many travels all over the world and, just as a true Italian, love for Formula One and Ferrari!