A quick food tour through Tamilnadu is akin to taking your palate to a carnival. From lip-smacking street foods to classy continental cuisines, every TN region has its own taste-bud tickling menu that’s waiting to be explored.
Through the digital realm, many food vloggers are sharing their food voyages, coupling them with a punch of creativity, and oodles of authenticity.
Thanks to them, we too now can explore TN’s many flavors from home – even if only by eyes…
But hey, who are the best Tamil food vloggers to follow? Find out below;
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Top 10 YouTube Food Vloggers in TamilNadu
In no particular order, here are the top 10 food vloggers of Tamilnadu;
Without a doubt, irfan’s view is the best Tamil Food vlogger, period. A former IT employee, Mr. Irfan, through his eponymous channel, not only covers Tamil cuisines but international ones too, namely from Thailand and Malaysia.
He is not afraid to try new things. He has eaten and reviewed everything from snakes, crocodiles, and frogs, and more…
Dan Jr Vlogs
An IT professional by day & food vlogger by night, Daniel Jain Raj aka “Dan Jr” is one of the best if not the best Tamil food vlogger out there, period. Aside from covering a lot of local street food, he also introduces some international ones, namely from Dubai and Sri Lanka.
He treats his subscribers like family and gives his honest thoughts on every dish he tries. He covers mostly affordable dishes, with a focus on non-veg ones.
Mr. Ooru porukki (MOP)
Run by Mr. Vedha (MOP), the Mr ooru porukki YT channel is all about exploring a variety of food that otherwise would’ve remained hidden.
He goes from town to town, focusing on little-known eateries and introduces their best dishes to the world.
He is from Coimbatore and covers a lot of foods native to that place in his reviews.
Nowadays, he is more focused on doing more vlogs than food reviews.
Taking a first-person camera approach to food vlogging, “Rolling sirrr” Mr. Balaji goes around the city, visiting popular and hidden food places and reviews them. He does a lot of customer reviews which helps his subscribers get a brutally real opinion on the dishes featured.
His narration style is easy, and clear to follow. His videos are a trendsetter in YouTube, with customers flocking to the featured eateries in droves.
Mr. Ram Kannan loves biriyani, so much so he is known as “biriyani Kannan.” after covering literally every biriyani place in Chennai, he is now focussing on street food vlogs – and how.
His spunky smiling presentation with detailed taste reviews, especially in his trademark Chennai dialect is sure to leave you impressed.
He is ruthless in his reviews and always gives honest opinions. The camera work also feels quite relatable and his chat/interview sessions are pretty good too.
In a field that’s dominated by males, Kiruthiga who runs the tastee YT foods channel is a breath of fresh air.
Armed with a mike, she specializes in covering local eateries and street food, and isn’t afraid to visit those eateries even in odd hours – kudos for that!
Audiences love her for her perky attitude & for her brilliant interactions with the chefs & their customers.
Her Pulianthope biriyani video is definitely a must-watch where she visits and reviews a Biriyani that’s only available 3 in the morning.
With his infectious smile and his trademark catchphrase “oru periya bite-ah poyidalam”, Mr. Prabu from the foodie prabu channel is a must-follow if you love a variety of flavors & cuisines across TN and breezy travelogues
He goes around cities like Madurai, Tenkasi, Tirunelveli, etc., and introduces us to little-known eateries that serve some killer dishes.
Banana Leaf Unlimited
Run by Mr. Manoj and his cute son, the YouTube channel banana leaf unlimited is best described as a “native” food review platform.
From Madurai, Kovai, to Tirupur and Karur, they showcase some really nice local cuisines, especially from rural outlets.
The dishes he highlights are mostly rustic, with a focus on affordability. We love how relatable the duo is and their opinions feel very honest too.
On his Tamil Foodie channel, Mr. Yassar mostly covers non-veg street foods like Shawarma, BBq’s biriyani’s, etc… The way he narrates the flavors is enough to convince anybody. When he began, he used to do mostly food challenges. Later, he brought that experience to his food reviews, and his personality is also very relatable.
Recently he had done a street food review from Sri Lanka, which really got viral for its various food showcases and the tribal interactions he had done.
Through their channel, these guys focus on highlighting little-known eateries that serve affordable, tasty foods mainly in the north Chennai side. They are notable for their perky taste coverage and the presentation is a lot of fun to watch.
They really go cheap with their meals, so they have a huge fan following from bachelor and hostellers who are on the lookout for delicious dishes in the city.
Final Words on Food Reviewers in Tamilnadu
Okay then, these guys (and gals) are the top 10 food vloggers you need to follow in Tamilnadu if you are crazy about cuisine, hospitality, and lifestyle.
As you can see, what’s common among these vlogs are that they are all were born out of a passion for food. Without a shred of doubt, the world is a better police now they are in it – and yes, definitely a more delicious one too.
So what do you think? Do you agree with our top 10 food vloggers of Tamilnadu picks? Let us know in the comments below.