20 Mouthwatering Canadian Instagram Food Accounts You Need to Follow

We’re all a little guilty of Instagramming a photo (or 10) from our Sunday brunch.

And no matter how hard we try to capture the best (even going as far as standing on chairs to get the best angle of our food), the result never looks as good as the what the pros can produce.

Who are the pros? Foodie Instagrammers who have a serious eye for capturing the most mouthwatering dishes and know all of the secret gems in their city.

So here are the best Canadian food Instagram accounts that you need to follow – from food bloggers to executive chefs, Canada is has no shortage of talent.

But be warned: some of the photos are so delicious you may want to lick your screen.



Welcome to the creative world of Josh Gale. Josh is the executive chef at Nicli’s Next Door in Vancouver and his feed shows off his colourful style of cooking, which is full of vibrant colours, making his dishes look like a work of art.

Homemade burrata, culatello, Moro orange, watermelon radish

A photo posted by Josh Gale (@thechefoutwest) on

@Chefskinner Brian Skinner is a renowned Vancouver chef who is passionate about creating plant-based dishes.

Sunchokes, Beets, Faro, Honey drenched Stilton, Green Sauce. #vegetables #vegetarian A photo posted by Brian Skinner (@chefskinner) on

Follow Mijune Pak, a Vancouver-based foodie, as she embarks on the greatest food adventure, navigating you through every meal and restaurant on her journey.

@ErinIreland   Vancouver has a fantastic food scene and Erin is your ticket to learning about everything taking place in the city. She’s always sharing snaps of her favourite dishes or the recipes that have inspired her in the kitchen.

When Tori Wesszer took her love of cooking and paired it with her background as a registered dietitian, she was able to create a platform where she can share nourishing meals and recipes that are inspired by clean eating. Her feed is a mix of smoothies, salads, desserts and everything in between.

Calgary @YYCFoodtrucks  It’s safe to say that all Canadians have a soft spot for food trucks and all of the mouthwatering dishes that come with them. YYC Food Trucks shares snaps of all options the city has to offer.

Home is where the brunch is ? @parkdistillery #explorealberta A photo posted by Calgary FoodTrucks (@yycfoodtrucks) on

This account shares weekly food missions for followers to complete. If you complete the mission correctly, they will share your photo on their account, easily making this the most fun account to follow.

@dansgoodside  Dan Clapson is an extremely accomplished food writer and his feed can vouch for that. With each photo that Dan adds, you will feel yourself become increasingly hungry.

Connie DeSousa is a triple threat: chef, restaurant owner, and foodie extraordinaire. She is part of the team that runs Calgary-based meat mecca Charcut.

A mountain of shaved heritage pork for our PLT Sammy @charcut #ItsWhatsForLunch ???

A photo posted by Connie DeSousa (@conniedesousa) on

@chefbohati Dave Bohati is the food guru behind Market, which is one of Calgary’s best restaurants. Bohati’s feed is a mouthwatering behind-the-scenes look at Market’s kitchen and is a meat-lover’s dream come true.

Alberta, you make good beef ?? #YYC #albertabeef #chefsofinstagram #dryaged @community_wholesale_meats A photo posted by Dave Bohati (@chefbohati) on


On Dejuene is run by a team of brunch aficionados who know the best places to grab brunch in the city.

@chefchuckhughes  Chuck Hughes is one of Montreal’s most well-known chefs. He runs Garde Manger and Le Bremneris and his feed is a welcoming mixture of BBQs and sports – so Canadian.

Antonio Park is the head chef and owner of Montreal’s Park restaurant, Park Market, and La Lavanderia. Park is a judge on Chopped Canada and his Instagram is a mix of sushi, sashimi and other dishes that are inspired by the mix of countries he’s lived in and the cultures that influence him.

@aimeebourque  Aimee is a Quebec-based food blogger who loves to share her beautiful dishes, which can brighten up any bad day. Aimee focuses on sharing nourishing meals that keep her family fuelled with their busy schedules.

Marie Asselin is an expert when it comes to navigating through Quebec City’s food scene. She is also an extremely talented baker and she recently published her own cookbook. For a look inside her world of baking, writing and traveling, give her a follow.

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A photo posted by Marie Asselin (@foodnouveau) on

Toronto @jonathandouglasoc: Jonny is brilliant in the kitchen, which is fitting as he is the chef de cuisine at Maple Leaf Tavern. His Instagram account is a mouthwatering mixture of meats, pastas and desserts. What more could you want? 

Romain Avril was the former executive chef at Toronto’s La Societe. His Instagram is the perfect balance of his work and personal life, showcasing the mouthwatering dishes he creates both at home and at work.

@MattyMatheson  Matty is the mastermind of Parts and Labour in Toronto and is the host of Vice’s YouTube series Munchies. When Matty is not travelling the world in search for his next decadent meal, you can find him in the city cooking adaptations of his favourite foods.

MADE THE BOYS SOME DINNER! @munchies @vice @viceland #DEADSETONLIFE A photo posted by MATTY MATHESON (@mattymatheson) on

Anna is quite literally the #FoodDiva of the city. All of her images capture the feminine yet artistic side of cuisine, with most of her meals looking more like a work of art. We definitely want to go out for brunch with her.

@TasteToronto  Taste Toronto shares the glory of Toronto’s best eats with the world by focusing on the best of the GTA. Taste Toronto shares everything from the best eggs Benedict in the city to the best pulled pork sandwich. After following this account you will be feeling extremely inspired to get off your couch and indulge on one of these mouthwatering meals. You’re welcome.

? Football Sunday ? Pulled Pork Nachos (Taster: @nikkiwaisglass) A photo posted by TasteToronto (@tastetoronto) on