If you’ve ever attempted to take a poorly lit snap of your dinner on your iPhone, you know that well-shot food photography is no easy feat. Rest assured, The Culture Trip’s Toronto hub has stumbled upon the city’s must-follow foodie Instagrammer: Chew Toronto. His Instagram account, @chewtoronto, and website promise ‘delicious food photography from Greater Toronto Area menus’ – and Chew Toronto more than delivers. From chocolate cronuts to fried chicken and waffles, prepare yourselves for some serious food envy.
Little Fin celebrated Le Burger Week with their famous black bun. Chew Toronto captures the chorizo-stuffed beef, fried green tomatoes, asadero cheese, smoked tomatillo bbq sauce, queso fresco, sweet corn relish, and – of course – that bun.
Canadians take their donuts seriously, and Chew Toronto celebrated National Donut Day with Bakery & Kaffee Haus‘ Chocolate Cronut: ‘a croissant-doughnut hybrid covered in chocolate!’
TLP Sandwich Co.’s Calamari Sandwich. Chew Toronto often dishes out handy tips for his followers: grabbing a bite at TLP? Try out the awesome mustards and sauces at the condiment station.
Chew Toronto hit up foodie haven, the Toronto Food & Wine Festival, captioning this President’s Choice dish with #GoBigorGoHome. We both support, and embrace, that sentiment.
CN Tower. Pancho’s Bakery Churros. (No further caption needed.)
Wilbur Mexicana Tacos! Admire this colourful shot and Chew Toronto’s handy hint for Wilbur Mexicana: the hot sauce selection is the largest he’s seen – try the fresh pineapple salsa, or ghost pepper sauce for something spicier.
Highlighting some of Toronto’s finest libations, here Chew Toronto beautifully captures Rock Lobster‘s serious Caesar.
We could describe the ingredients inside Schmaltz Appetizing’s Chub Chub Bagel…but we’ll let Chew Toronto’s photo speak for itself.
Chew Toronto captures the vibrant colors of Butter Avenue‘s macarons in this reflective shot. Serious love of sweets? Hang this photo on your wall, pick up some macarons, and all will be well.
Finishing with this perfect shot of The Dirty Bird’s ‘The Up North Trip’ to marvel at that stunning mid-maple-syrup-pour.