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Know these Instagram-to-Owning Restaurant Food Bloggers and Influencers

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Midnight hunger and Instagram reels of food bloggers are a perfect combination for when you are cozied up in your blanket and waiting for sleep to take over you. Those videos of spicy, cheesy, sweet, sometimes exotic, and sometimes really weird food combinations make us watch them again and again. Instagram is a great platform to grow your small business food bloggers into a huge one. The support of the people on this social media platform and your amazing skills will help you grow and learn. From amateurs to professionals, Instagram helps give a kick start to this journey.

Know these Instagram-to-Owning Restaurant Food Bloggers and Influencers

We all follow a lot of influencers and bloggers because we love the content they create, and we support them by following them and appreciating their efforts. All of us have at least one favourite food blogger or influencer on Instagram. Technology has given a lot of opportunities to entrepreneurs. Someone who is cooking from home can become a famous public figure with a little effort and strategy. All they have to do is post the recipe of the dish that they made and let their supporters do the work. With some smart marketing skills, one can go from one follower to around 1,00,000 followers. 

  • Take advantage of the free tools that Instagram provide on personal profile settings
  • Post regularly and show the dedication and passion they have for bringing their small business to greater heights.
  • Use relevant hashtags
  • Increase followers by engaging more
  • Post-high-quality content because if it’s not clear no one would like it
  • Collaborate with other food bloggers and people who are on Instagram for the same reason.
  • Doing it all for yourself and enjoying whatever you are doing for your business will help you to fulfill your dreams.


Pooja Dhingra (@poojadhingra)is the woman who opened the first macaron store in India, -” Le 15 Patisserie”. This food blogger specialises in macarons and French desserts. With around 2.1 million followers on Instagram, she shows her passion for the bakery with her posts and content.

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Shivesh (@shivesh17)who is a baking sensation on Instagram with around 170,000 people following him is a 22-year-old baker who has won people over with his amazing delicious recipes and baking shots.

Archana’s Kitchen (@archanaskitchen)started a personal blog containing healthy recipes which are not only delicious but also give you a lot of nutrition. She has 182,000 supporters on Instagram and if you’re looking for something irresistible and healthy then you should give her a follow and follow her recipes as well.

Not only in India but also in foreign countries, many people started small businesses on Instagram for food and now own their restaurants.

  • Trap kitchen
  • The Blue Kitchen
  • Shad’s New Cali
  • A little Taste of Chyna
  • Chef David

all had started from scratch and with Instagram, they evolved into restaurant owners. If you have the skill and the dedication to be a restaurant owner someday, then you should think of taking this new step with the help of Instagram. Open an account (it is super easy to do by the way) and take a lot of photos of the delicious food you make, engage with your audience, sell it and do not fear to experiment. Who knows that maybe one day you can own a restaurant of your own?
















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