Favourite:-Indian, Chinese & Thai
What do you think food blogging will look like in 5 years?
Food blogging has picked up recently & I feel it will only get bigger, better in 5 years. We are just getting started & have a long way to go.
Which part of blogging excites you most: the recipe development, the post writing, or the photography?
It’s the overall food experience that excites me (From reviewing cafes, casual dining, fine dining to bar, lounges & clubs – I love to explore their décor, ambience, vibe, service, unique food dishes, preparation, presentation techniques, VFM & hospitality that restaurant owners provide their customers. Writing reviews, uploading pictures & videos to help fellow foodies gives me great satisfaction.
Is there any event you are especially looking forward to this year?
Don’t have a single event in mind but I love to attend pre-launch parties where you’re the first to try the food, review the place before it opens for public.
What are the three most popular posts ever on your blog?
I Don’t have a personal blog or popular post list but I love social media as I can reach a wider audience & it helps them decide on a restaurant through my suggestions/reviews which gives me immense satisfaction. My focus is more on posting good content rather than popularity.
Do you have any special blogging tip for new bloggers?
Be active on various social media platforms to enhance reach. Be patient & follow your own path. Everyone starts slowly so you’ll get appreciated & noticed if you keep posting good content sooner or later. Be honest with yourself about how serious you are about food blogging. Is it a hobby or a full-time job. You’ll need to put in the time & effort depending on it. At the end of the day content matters more than likes, followers, etc so please concentrate on that rather than reaching the top quickly.
ABOUT Veg Foodaholic by Akshay Davda |Mumbai|
Akshay Davda is a vegetarian & a big foodie who loves to try various food cuisines.
He stays in Mumbai City & loves to explore various food joints ranging from Street Food, Cafes, Casual Dine, Fine Dine Restaurants to Bar, Lounges & Clubs.
He considers himself a food reviewer more than a blogger as He tries & cover the entire food experience from a customer’s view & balance it with the effort and skill the restaurant owners need to run a successful restaurant nowadays.
He writes reviews on social media sites such as Instagram, Google, trip advisor & LBB Mumbai giving my first-hand experience helping fellow foodies locally & globally