THE BEST #CHEFSOFINSTAGRAM

Updated: Apr 1

We asked our Head Chef at Kitchen Takeover, Shane Yardley to share with you some of the chefs he follows on Instagram, for a daily dose of inspiration whilst we are all in hibernation.

Grant Achatz - if you want cutting edge, Grant is your man. Known for his contribution to molecular gastronomy, Achatz has won countless awards including three Michelin stars for his restaurant, Alinea. If you are looking for some Instagram tweezer action, look no further.


Rene Redzepi - If you are not following this chef already, where have you been? From spaghetti spiked sausages to the world’s longest noodle, Redzepi’s feed is as entertaining as it is unique.


Daniel Humm - This Swiss chef creates food so beautiful it often looks like a precious artwork. Gaining the number one spot in 2017 in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, it’s hardly a surprise he is creating dishes to die for.


Daniel Clifford - Daniel is widely regarded for his modern British cooking, underpinned by an unmistakably French style. His feed is jam packed full of British classics reinvented using seasonal ingredients.

Jason Atherton - Gordon Ramsey, Marco Pierre White, Ferran Adria - Atherton has trained with the most famous chefs in the world. His glossy feed, pre self-isolation, has been replaced by a more down-to-earth version of the chef in recent days but still worth a scroll.

Comment below with your favourite foodies of Instagram to share with our community. :)


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