Andrea is a London-based food blogger who was born and raised in Italy. She has traveled worldwide from Europe to the Middle East and to Japan, where she discovered a remote restaurant in Kyoto. Interestingly, Andrea was a marketing manager before she became a food and travel blogger. She has also done a lot of PR work for cookbooks and food processors.
Andrea started the blog, The Petite Cook, to satisfy her adventurous food life. The Petite Cook has become a place where she shares her food experience as she attends events, has dinners, and travels around the world. She is also a self-taught chef and continues to experiment with her recipes. Because of her love for food and new recipes, The Petite Cook blog is now her full-time job.
Niamh is an Irish-born London-based food and travel blogger. She was once a scientist before she became a food writer, thanks to a career in media. Niamh loves traveling, and that is where she learns new recipes and tries out different foods in restaurants. She also loves to spend most of her time in the kitchen whenever she has free time.
Niamh started her blog, Eat Like a Girl, back in 2007. The blog has a focus on new recipes, food-based travel stories, and restaurant recommendations. In addition, Niamh writes blogs about her very own recipes or those that she has picked up while on her travels. She also has a cookbook named Comfort & Spice, which has a record 157 recipes in it.
3. Katrin Nürnberger
Katrin was born and raised in Hamburg, Germany. She then moved to the UK in her early 20s and has spent most of her life in London. She is a trained newspaper journalist and a former news correspondent.
Katrin was diagnosed with bladder pain syndrome, and her doctor recommended a sugar detox. This diagnosis informed her to start a Sugar-Free Londoner blog, where she shares her passion for a sugar-free lifestyle.
The blog focuses on tasty gluten-free and low carbohydrate recipes. These recipes have been tested in her kitchen and certified by Sugarwise, the international authority for sugar claims. Her blog is rich in interesting information about sugar, healthy eating, and well-being.
4. Tina Jui
Tina is a London-based food blogger. She was initially working as an attorney before she decided to work on her blog, The Worktop. She also makes and serves coffee at The Espresso Room in London. On other occasions, she has pop-up brunches at her home.
The Worktop contains several breakfast and brunch recipes. She also shares some of her favorite recipes that she has had to try out in her kitchen. Tina puts together her favorite cafes and coffee shops for breakfast and lunch in London. If you are looking for a nice place with delicious recipes for either breakfast or brunch, you should check out her blog.
5. Ella Mills
Ella’s food journey started way back in 2012 while she was still at the university. She had been diagnosed with a condition called postural tachycardia syndrome. She then began a search for diet and lifestyle changes that could help improve her condition. Ella then decided to incorporate whole foods and a plant-based diet into her lifestyle. She started a diary of her culinary experiments then went ahead to document it in her blog, Deliciously Ella.
Deliciously Ella celebrates various delicious, plant-based ingredients and wholemeal foods. It has several recipes ranging from vegetarian to wheat and refined sugar-free foods. The blog has grown, and now she has developed an app, several recipe books and a series of podcasts. Her blog could be a good place for you if you are looking for healthy plant-based foods.
6. Lucy Parisi
Lucy is a London-based food blogger and photographer behind her blog, Supergolden Bakes. She grew up in Athens, Greece, then moved to the UK, where she studied Graphic Design. At the age of 17, her culinary horizons opened up from trying out cuisines from around the world. She is a food enthusiast and enjoys preparing and sharing food with friends and relatives and sharing this in her blog.
Supergolden Bakes is all about unfussy food packed with flavor. Lucy takes inspiration from the traditional Greek recipes she grew up with and different cuisines from around the world. In her blog, you’ll find vegan recipes, slimming recipes, cocktails and desserts.
7. Helen Best-Shaw
Helen is a freelance food writer and recipe developer. She is currently based in West London, where she lives with her partner. She decided to start a blog in 2007 when people around her lacked confidence in their cooking. Hellen then thought of cheap and value bargain foods that led her to start her blog, Fuss Free Flavors. She wanted people to know about affordable meals that people can choose without compromising flavor.
Hellen has grown her blog to reflect her wider interests with food reviews and lifestyle elements. The recipes in the blog are categorized by cuisine, course, and main ingredient. If you are looking for quick dishes, desserts and puddings or even France or vegan recipes, you should check out her site.
8. Sandhya Hariharan
Sandhya is currently based in London, but his roots are from Mumbai in South India. She is an amateur food photographer, food stylist, writer, and art director. Over the years, she has collected several recipes, some traditional and others from family and friends. She has compiled them in her blog post, Sandhya’s Kitchen, where she shares her passion and love for different cuisines.
Her blog post has easy-to-follow recipes that you can try out in your kitchen within minutes. She shows you how to make tasty vegetarian dishes to spice up your everyday meals. She commits to bringing out the best of what she learns. Besides, she is a full-time cook and juggles it with taking care of her kids.
9. Emily Leary
Emily is an award winning food, lifestyle and parenting writer, presenter and photographer. Her work includes everything from short how to guides to in depth articles. She also develops and tests recipes for media brands and works with selected brands to bring a food edge to their editorial websites. Besides, she hosts a YouTube channel where she holds chats and highlights some of her recipes.
Emily founded her blog, A Mummy Too, back in 2011. A Mummy Too is a food and lifestyle blog for busy parents. Emily was inspired to start the blog out of her love for family, food and photography. The site has daily recipes and features around 300 recipes in total. Her blog post won the Best Food Blog in 2015 at the MAD Blog Awards.
10. Jeanne Horak
Jeanne is a food, wine, and travel blogger. She is also a freelance recipe developer and has worked with several publications. She was born in South Africa before moving to London, where she has stayed for 14 years. Besides, she has a full-time job at a city law firm.
When she is not working, she enjoys writing food blogs and has spoken in conferences about recipe writing and editing. Her blog, cook sister, features many recipes and has some of the best restaurants that you can find in London. She has been writing about food and travel since 2004, and her blog is ranked 6th in the foodies’ top 100 UK food blogs.