10 Toronto-based foodies that’ll make your mouth drool

Jina Marwood Jina Marwood
August 28, 2020

Toronto’s food scene is constantly growing, which means picking where to eat can feel like an impossible task — especially when you’re a lover of all cuisines. Here are 10 food influencers who can help you decide where to get your next meal, or if you’re simply looking for photos worth drooling over.


Patrick describes himself as a “meal prep guinea pig” and has racked up over 48,000 followers for his delicious content. His recent stop for mochi muffins at The Good Good Sub is enough to make any sweet tooth jealous. 


The Everyday Foodie is actually a team of foodies that collaborate together in hopes to bring inspiration to your next meal. They review everything from food trucks and small diners to the most luxurious eateries in the GTA. Disclaimer: salivating is almost always guaranteed. 


Foodie Fob is run by Johnnie Cheng, a food enthusiast based in Toronto who started his account back in 2013. Earlier this year he was featured in The Star, where he spoke out about his love for supporting small restaurant businesses and building relationships with the owners. 


Completely changing the game when it comes to acronyms, WTF Toronto is otherwise branded as “Where the food, Toronto?” (a question they definitely know the answer to). Follow them for restaurant reviews, product recommendations, and even restaurant collabs & giveaways.  


HYPEBELLY is food photography perfection at its finest. In comparison to other food bloggers, their content is darker and sultrier — but that doesn’t make it any less drool-worthy. They’ve collaborated with restaurants and chefs in the Greater Toronto area to make their dishes stand out in an incredibly unique way.


Fena is a Toronto-based food blogger and enthusiast with a big appetite. She loves visiting new restaurants in the city and features them on her Instagram and blog. We also love that she adds the prices of each dish in her captions, so you can budget your meal before making a decision. 


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HEALTHIER MINI CHEESECAKE w/ Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Crust Yield: 6 mini Crust: – 1 cup ground cookies of choice (I used my simply chewy/crunchy chocolate chip cookie, recipe on my feed about 11 rows down). – 2 tbsps of butter, melted. Cheesecake: – 1/2 cup of good quality light cream cheese, room temp (I used cream cheese purchased from a bagel store) – 1/4 cup granulated sugar – 1 egg, room temp. – 1 teaspoon vanilla extract – ¼ teaspoon salt —— Top layer: – 1/4 cup 0% Greek yogurt (or 2%), room temp – 1 tsp of sugar – 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 F.  Line a 12-cup muffin tin with 6 cupcake liners 2. Crust: In a food processor (I linked mine in my bio) or blender, pulse the cookies. measure out a 1/2 cup (about 6 cookies). Pulse the ground cookies w/ the butter until it looks like wet sand (if too wet add more ground cookies). Press a large tbsp of mixture into the baking cups. Bake for 7 min. set aside. 3. Cheesecake: In food processor or stand mixer cream the cream cheese + sugar. Add in egg, vanilla + salt. blend until smooth. 4. Pour batter over the pre-baked crusts. Bake cheesecakes for about 16 minutes, until just set. 5. Increase oven temp to 400 F. Whisk together the yogurt, sugar, vanilla in a small bowl. Spoon mixture over each cheesecake cup and spread. Place back into oven, bake an additional 5-8 min. 6. Let cool at room temp. Then, place in fridge for several hours until cool. Peel off the baking cups from around the cheesecakes and drizzle with 🍫.

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Jacyln is a food, fitness, and lifestyle influencer, who regularly shares her healthy dessert recipes. From cheesecake with a peanut butter crust, to oatmeal chocolate banana bread, she’s the go-to for anyone who chooses sweet over savoury. 


Make sure you have an Uber Eats order on the way before checking out Mike’s Instagram page. From massive piles of steaming pho, to stacks of cheeseburgers and fried chicken, you’re going to want to make sure that you’re not hungry before scrolling through this feed. 


Tina is a food and travel specialist, actively posting content from the East to West coast. Her photos are clean, bright, aesthetically pleasing, and enough for us to run to the nearest bakery for donuts (precisely why we’re ending the blog here). 

If we missed someone, let us know and we’ll feature them in our next blog! 

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