7 Russian Foodie Instagrammers You Should be Following

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Yulia S.

Contributor / Journalist

Instagram is one of the most popular social media networks, and Russians have definitely taken full advantage of medium, including many Russian food bloggers. Explore new bars and restaurants, read reviews and grab some delicious recipes with these top Russian foodies on Instagram.

Lena Konchalovskaya | @elenandrevn

Lena Konchalovskaya is a Moscow-based journalist and foodie who works for local online magazine The Village, which is dedicated to the food culture in Moscow. On her Instagram account, Konchalovskaya shares venue reviews, photos and food tasting experiences. For those seeking new food experiences—or who want to know what to avoid—Konchalovskaya’s account is tough to beat.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BaAPKOtF9_F/?taken-by=elenandrevn

Anna Maslovskaya | @annamaslovskaya

https://www.instagram.com/p/BYQ2hb4F_Vp/?taken-by=annamaslovskaya

Kristina Kozyreva | @winyfeline & @wineandgirls

If you’re interested in Russia’s wine culture, follow Kristina Kozyreva’s wine-centric account @winyfeline to discover trendy spots in Moscow and to find out the best places to get the best wine and more. Be sure to also check out her second blog, @wineandgirls, which she created specifically for women who enjoy wine, photos and beautiful clothes.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BVUm6P4HdJW/?taken-by=winyfeline

Julie Gesyuk | @zazavtracom

Julie Gesyuk is one of the capital’s top breakfast critics. Her online project, zazavtra.com, and her official Instagram account have become very popular with locals in Moscow who check to see her new and favourite breakfast discoveries. Readers and friends of the site often send her photos of their own breakfasts, which Gesyuk also posts. It’s very much a community affair.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BcWaSZblIKt/?taken-by=zazavtracom

Aliona Ermakova | @stayhungryteam

Aliona Ermakova is a picky capital-based foodie who knows the local food scene better than most. Co-founder of Stay Hungry Team Moscow, Ermakova and her friends have created a network of foodies and café owners who organise meet-ups, supper clubs and other food-related events. This is a must follow if you’re interested in street food culture.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BOW5S7fh6vW/?taken-by=stayhungryteam

Victoria Dim | @frautori

Victoria Dim is a food journalist and critic who shares her experiences and travels on her official Instagram account and on online food magazine Restoclub. She’s a frequent traveller who shares her food tours from abroad. For food information from the world around, follow @frautori.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BdLX754lfNi/?taken-by=frautori

Vladimir Muhin | @muhinvladimir

Vladimir Muhin is one of Russia’s most famous chefs de cuisine. He works and curates many restaurants, including one of the most famous Moscow spots, White Rabbit. In his official Instagram account, Muhin shares his working process, various food recipes and local news from the restaurant scene.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BcfTK3kHC79/?taken-by=muhinvladimir

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