[Top 15] Best Foodie Youtubers That Are Fun to Watch

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FoodTubers are everywhere, and they set themselves apart from mukbangers because they don't eat extreme amounts and they typically show off the foods of specialty locations that fanbases have always wanted to visit. Japan is a popular hotspot, as is Disney and Universal, and a handful of other parks and countries. 

For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved sitting down to eat food with someone on screen munching away at curry or a coolish because it gives a feeling of company. While that might seem sad, I assure you, it's quite pleasant, just give it a try. Now let's begin our dive into the top 15 Foodie Youtubers that are quite enjoyable to watch!

15. TabiEats

TabiEats streetfood walkabout

Tabi eats is a pair, a couple as it were. They are cute as can be and lovely in almost every way, with descriptive terms and consistently good-natured jaunts across japan and hawaii. Shinichi and Satoshi each have their own channels as well, each will be mentioned here later. They eat all, from convenience store onigiri to top chef ramen, and they give enjoyable reviews to each.

TabiEats Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/TabiEats/videos


14. DancingBacon

DancingBacon Streetfood Compilation

Dancing Bacon is a peculiar case. He tries not to be loud, get in anyone’s way, or be aggressive at all. In fact, the main reason so many flock to his channel is because he provides sensory sensitive viewers a relaxing and calm experience, with quiet locations and an easy going demeanor. If you suffer from “Oh God Shut up, Nickacado I Hate You” syndrome, as I do, he is the channel you should visit. He often captures the moment most elegantly, from conveyor belt establishments to vending machines on the road, he will give a quiet, enjoyable review

DancingBacon Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/DancingBacons/videos


13. Strictly Dumpling

Strictly Dumpling Night Market Walkabout

Mike Chen specializes in asian cuisine, from Japanese to Chinese to Indian. Its fair to say, his love of food has fueled his passion for the amazing meals he consumes and reviews. His enthusiasm is boundless, which really puts him in the running for top five, and automatically puts him on this list alone! Mike Chen shows his love by being expressive and entertaining.

Strictly Dumpling Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/strictlydumpling/videos


12. Ericsurf6

EricSurf6 Eric Meal Time

Eric is an older gentleman who has stolen my attention on multiple occasions, many of which simply involved eating a bento on the roof of in a park. He is an english teacher in Japan, an american man who tours Japan and feeds on positivity, gifting his viewers with a kindly demeanor and simple video format.

EricSurf6 Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ericsurf6/videos


11. CupofTJ

CupofTJ Night Market Tour

A king young woman who travels Asia reviewing foods across various countries and cities. She also checks out American grocery and convenience stores to review their Asian options, which is great for determining whether your favorite snack is simply posing as Japanese. Of course, I jest, but her reviews are honest nonetheless. She has a gentle smile that might steal your heart as she steals your subscription.

CupofTJ Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/CupofTJ


10. Mini Mini Food

Mini Mini Food Samosa Recipe

I've got to say, if you want a relaxing video, with calm music, no talking and gentle sounds of cooking, yes, legitimate cooking, then you have got to discover Mini Mini Food. They cook tiny foods and I’ll be damned if I wasn’t ready to feed most of these things to a guinea pig at a tiny gourmet table. The foods that they present are made with careful precision, because if they were not, it would be tough to make tiny food pretty. My full respect goes to this creative channel, as well as my recommendation.

Mini Mini Food Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/MiniMiniFood/videos


9. Chonnyday

Chonnyday 24hr 7-eleven challenge

A young couple who travel and eat together. Between their cutest moments and their comedic gold, they make for an interesting watch, especially for those living vicariously through Youtubers. Covid has left them relegated to Australia, but they enjoy Asian foods and delicacies when they get the chance to venture their way out to Asia.

Chonnyday Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/chonnyday/videos


8. Karissa Eats

Karissa Eats First Meal Back in America

A Foodie through and through, who began making videos in China while working there. Her format of choice are the Youtube shorts, so if youre in the market for a binge and or quick watch to steadily stream in the serotonin, this is a good channel for that. She has branched away from China and now explores the US and more to find the best of the best foods to review for our viewing pleasure.

Karissa Eats Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/KarissaEats/videos


7. KBD Productions TV

KBD Productions TV largest Gas Station 

This is a lovely older gentledude who happens to do the most relatable videos I can think of. His intro to the channel video is him reviewing food from Mcdonald’s, so if you want a down to earth everyman reviewer that wont blow your socks off but will make you feel comfortably accepted in the fanbase, definitely check out this youtuber.

KBD Productions TV Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/KBDProductionsTV/videos


6. The Food Ranger

The Food Ranger Street Food Tour

Asia deserves a deeper look into its food culture, and a huge part of that is its culinary techniques. This man does the deeper looking, digs through the culture and mispronounces it all the way. No matter to that though, as he shows his respect and admiration at all times, and it is clear that he views the works of the chefs and families highly. He is respectable, and makes these topics entertaining to watch.

The Food Ranger Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/thefoodranger/videos


5. Shinichi’s World

Shinichi Okinawa Food

Shinichi is one half of the Tabi Eats Couple, his personal channel for more Shinichi centric content. Shinichi focuses on travel and the foods around him. He sits down to eat and gives an honest description of what he is eating. His main focus is Japan, but one of his biggest searches tends to be his travels in Hawaii.

Shinichi's World Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Smine27BlogspotJp66/videos


4. KantanFood By Satoshi

KantanFood By Satoshi Japans Hottest Noodles

Satoshi is another half, and I would be remiss to split them up for fear of being struck down by my own hubris. Satoshi is the goofball non-native English speaking counterpart and I’ll be absolutely damned if I don't mention his reviews being pure gold. He is completely golden in attitude, and you will always feel welcomed when watching. The experience is as a Japanese kindly Uncle offering you fresh cherries while you chat with him about the restaurant down the street.

KantanFood By Satoshi Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPB6LBfBV3Cf9BOXsu45yrA/videos


3. Cooking with Dog

Cooking with Dog Intro Video

Francis is the host. Francis is also.. A dog. A cute poodle to be precise. With the aid of his non disclosed co host, Francis cooks up a storm. In all seriousness, the co host is an elderly Japanese woman who has so much fun cooking with her buddy that she made a show of it, and made Francis the host. Turns out, it makes for incredibly cute and entertaining videos. Their combo is serious business, I swear. And there is no way I spent an hour and a half watching their videos. Even if I did, it was for research!

Cooking with Dog Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/cookingwithdog/videos


2. Raina Huang

Raina Huang 6 lb Chicken Sandwich

Raina is crazy, or so she says. It can be backed up easily by her willingness to travel around and take on eating challenges pretty much anywhere. She is a competitive eater that is fairly successful, one of the top female competitive eaters in America, in fact. As it turns out, her fairly cute smile hides a ravenous and as stated by her own hashtag, crazy stomach.

Raina Huang Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RainaHuang/videos


1.  Lisa Nguyen

Lisa Nguyen Spicy Food Compilation

This Youtuber is all about the Youtube shorts and personal compilations. Seriously her channel videos page is basically all Youtube shorts, which makes me think her fanbase is all about that immediate gratification, seeing as even one of her larger series “Raising my spice tolerance” tends to hit 2- 5 minute long videos. All in all, she is a fun youtuber to watch, as she continuously pushes herself and her content to be as good as she can reasonably make it.

Lisa Nguyen Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LisaNguyen/videos


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