hat is the real meaning of food vlogging, according to you? We, as natives of Greenland, know that food vlogging is one of the fastest-trending content on social media, and every other local try to be a food critic of their own. Similarly, there are many novices and rookies who jump into food vlogging in order to get viral and gain a bunch of views on their social media accounts and channels.
However, food influencers or presenters have to host their accounts and present cuisines in their styles to be called true food spectators. So, let’s take a moment and find out those hidden gems that need widespread appreciation for their keen eye on delicious cuisine and talent for hosting food vlogging channels.
Here is the list of Pakistan’s 10 top best vloggers that are continuing the legacy of true food vlogging and entertaining the locals with their welcoming videography styles.
1. Rana Hamza Saif (RHS Shapack)
There are many elements that food vlogging must have, but we, as social media audiences and crazy food enthusiasts, don’t want to get bored with it. That’s why it becomes the prime responsibility of vloggers to make it an easy and worth-watching experience for their audience.
Rana Hamza Saif is the name that comes to mind when we imagine a perfect image of an ideal food vlogger in Pakistan. Mr. Shapack, who is famous for his own made-up catchphrases, knows how to stimulate viewers with his creative style of food vlogging. He is the one who has influenced others on how you can amuse and engage the audience by adding some spice to their creative vlogging style. The leader of the Shapack gang uploads vlogs, videos and reals on various social media platforms, and he is the trending food vlogger of Pakistan.
2. Zia Tabarak (Street Food PK)
Many match food vlogging with cookery videos and mukbang reels; however, these three have differences. We all know how boring a long cookery channel can be, as a cooking channel is all about recipes and how-to guides. In the same way, mukbang challenge channels, where influencers eat different varieties of food, are quite new in our country.
You can relate food vlogging with an exploration of something good. If you didn’t get the point? Then you must visit Zia Tabarak’s social media accounts to learn about the core elements of food vlogging. Like how his videos about the food of different states, cities and areas and streets highlight the magic of flavoursome tastes and influence viewers to ask for more. Street Food PK is the official YouTube channel of Zia Tabarak that doesn’t bore viewers with typical cookery recipe lectures and captivates watchers with pure entertainment through mouth-watering vlogs.
3. Chef Adeel Akhtar Chaudhry (Boht Aala)
If you are a daily viewer of food vlogging shorts, then you must have heard about Chef Adeel Akhtar. This personality is not famous just for being a regular Instagram uploader of delicious, spicy and cultural cuisines, as there is much more you must know about Chef Adeel. This Lahore-born trending food vlogger is Forbes listed as one of the top food connoisseurs and restaurateurs in Asia.
Chef Adeel, who is notable for his unique style of narration about his discovered local and international dishes, is currently serving as an Advisor to the Ministry of Science and Technology. Moreover, all the money is on his way of expressing heartwarming words for local street foods. And who can forget his favourite catchline that he uses at the end of his videos: Boht Aala.
4. Rashida Hussain (Pakistani Street Food Lover)
In the race to be the fan-favourite food vlogger, Rashida Hussain finds her place among the best food spectators in Pakistan. The videography style of her vlogs is different from others mentioned in this listing. Rashida never appeared in front of the camera and shared ten to fifteen-minute videos of street food shops and carts in Pakistan. Rashida’s Youtube Channel is filled with lengthy videos and short reels, as she is also on other platforms such as Instagram and TikTok.
Even though there are no dialogues, narration and proper screenplay in her videos, she has managed to get one million plus subscribers in her six years Youtube journey. According to her, she is the first food vlogger in the country that crossed one million subscribers before others. Rashida Hussain started her Youtube channel on July 2, 2017, and has covered almost every preferred street food shop in Pakistan.
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5. Saqib Mobeen
You can compare food shop review videos with daily vlogs; however, both have distinctive content to present. Likewise, a daily vlog is all about a person’s personal activities. On the other hand, food review vlogging is all about the exploration of tastes. There are many YouTubers and Instagrammers that cover almost every niche area in order to reach out to a wider audience. But real food vloggers will only talk about food, taste and spices. Saqib Mobeen is one of the social names that believe in the same mantra.
Saqib Mobeen’s vlogs share the message that you should always follow what you love, and it doesn’t matter who you are; just listen to your heart. As per today’s social evaluation, people have wrong perceptions about social media influencers, like their dressing styles and public presence. But Saqib Mobeen has changed this perception by being a perfect food critic in traditional Salwar Kameez outfits.
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6. Abdul Malik Fareed
If you are a food or travel vlogger, then there are various duties that you must fulfil anyhow. After coming as inspiring critics and publishers of different food cuisines, vloggers associate with the pride of every defined culture in the country and abroad. That’s why fresh vloggers must understand that they will need to learn how to present cultural foods through their camera’s eye. Abdul Malik Fareed is a Pakistani content creator who fulfils all the requirements that a well-known food vlogger must have.
With a massive fan following of 4.4 million followers on Facebook, Abdul Malik has shown his worth among social media influencers. Smart and big-hearted influencers know their target audience. In the same way, Abdul Malik has cracked the code of highlighting every native and Western dish through his social media accounts.
7. Mubeen ul Haq (Who is Mubeen)
If you are familiar with the team of Bekaar Films, then you must have seen this vlogger in their videos. Otherwise, you may also come with questioning thoughts like, “Who is Mubeen”. Viewers like and love the work of vloggers who have the proper insights about their niches. Likewise, a food vlogger must have knowledge about food, snacks, cuisine, drinks and other involved seasoned spices in the dishes. Mubeen ul Haq is one of the top names behind the successful run of the Bekaar Films Youtube channel. And now the man with strong craft is highlighting the reels section on Facebook with informative video diaries on a weekly basis.
Mobeen is one of the few Pakistani food vloggers who actually owns food-serving businesses. Such as restaurants, cafes, diners and local Dhabas. His involvement in the food industry makes him the expert on all types of flavoursome platters in the country.
8. Hamza Bhatti (Dadho Mazo Ayo)
Just like every culturally seasoned and most loved dish has a story to tell, Hamza Bhatti always has something to share with his audience through food vlogging. This renowned content creator and one of the country’s first social media travel influencers is like an open book of the savoury, heated flavours of national street snacks. If you don’t believe the highlighting words, then all the social media accounts of Hamza Bhatti are open for you, where he uploads food vlogging reels.
Hamza Bhatti is an Islamabad-based Pakistan food vlogger and content creator who found his niche area of food vlogging after spending years as a traveller and explorer. Currently, he works as a full-time food vlogger who uploads videos on social media platforms that are filled with unique cultural platters and other Western fusions. After watching his reels of yummy and appetising meals, you will definitely say: Dadho Mazo Ayo.
9. Adeel Siddiqui (Foodee Baba)
There is a saying that “Honesty is the best policy”. This idiom best suits street food critics and vloggers, as everything depends on their honest reviews about dishes. A social media user visits a food vlog about their favourite dish to find out its taste, price and service location. Therefore, all these informative points show their dependency on those vloggers who are presenting platters to their audience. Let’s meet with a forty-year-plus Baba who has been news on social media for being super honest about the food varieties and fusions he tries.
Adeel Siddiqui, AKA Foodee Baba, is a Karachi-based food vlogger and an honest critic. With gross knowledge about various cuisines and a love for local smacks, Baba visits nearby restaurants and food carts in Karachi and gives unpaid views. It is interesting to see someone older than today’s younger generation being so active on social media and influencing others to follow up.
10. Sumair Khan (Kuch Extra Kar)
In the list of top related vloggers, let’s meet with an underrated talent of the country in the field of food vlogging. If you search on the internet about food vloggers in Pakistan, numerous influencers will pop up with their highest-viewed videos. However, Sumair Khan is an underrated food vlogger that is famous for his exceptional style of storytelling in his food vlogs.
Sumair Khan is a local street food foodie that is quite an interesting character in himself. With his amusing and charming narration and storytelling style, Sumair has received praise from other top-noted social media personalities in the country. Likewise, his Tik Tok account’s tagline says: “Kuch Extra Kar.”, Sumair shares extraordinary food vlogging clips every week that ultimately connects with the hearts of locals in Pakistan.
The list doesn’t include many more female food vloggers, as this form of vlogging will need a few more months to become common in the country. However, the hopes are high for girls to show up and explore the different mouth-watering and delectable dishes.
On the other hand, social media has become a strong working tool that has included both genders to collaborate and work alongside each other. As travel reels, daily vlogs and food cooking channels are prime examples. Lastly, these were the top food vloggers in Pakistan; kindly share your favourites in the comment section below.