Featuring local cuisine, gourmet food, international restaurants and more, DanielFoodDiary.com introduces some of the best food and dining experiences in Singapore and around the world.

The website is now considered one of the top blogs in Singapore in terms of traffic, clocking 2 million page views per month, 1.4 million unique page views per month, and 60,000 page views per day. (Based on both Google Analytics, and Alexa traffic ranking.)

The corresponding social media accounts of @DanielFoodDiary on Facebook and Instagram have more than 170,000 followers each.

Blog author Daniel Ang first started blogging in 2008 under Singapore Press Holding’s (SPH) Omy.sg as part of their celebrity blogging team at http://blog.omy.sg/danielang. He subsequently started DanielFoodDiary.com in 2011 as an extension of his love for food.

While DanielFoodDiary.com’s primary focus is on the best and new restaurant reviews, some of its travel and social commentary pieces have received great support from the community, and have been featured in international and local media such as the Wall Street Journal, SPH’s Straits Times and MediaCorp lifestyle programmes.


When not blogging about food, Daniel Ang is a lecturer and a presenter.
He is a corporate trainer and lecturer teaching Mass Communications and Social Media at various institutions.

He had presented in Radio1003 for more than 10 years, known for a food programme of the same name “Daniel’s Food Diary”.

Other than radio work, he has hosted a travelogue “Youth Quest” with Channel U which won the Asian Television Awards; and The Supper Places, a food segment under The 5 Show on MediaCorp’s Channel 5.

Daniel’s experience extends to participating in various food-related judging panels, including the prestigious Singapore Blog Awards and Epicurean Star Award.

Food is a more timeless topic and seems to resonate more closely with what many Singaporeans are fond of. Food brings people together.

Moses Lim. If you have spoken to him, you know that he is very passionate and detailed about what he loves – food. His dedication towards his craft and people in what inspires me. Food is never really just about food, it is about the people.

There are no particular favourites – but I generally prefer those where I got to speak with the owners of the food establishments. I learnt a lot from owners and chefs of Crystal Jade, Da Paolo, Astons, MOF, Andre etc – They are all humble people who worked really hard for their dreams.

Some of those I like reading include Camemberu, MissTamChiak, and Cuisine Paradise who are usually more personal. I enjoy blogs which are more real where you can sense the personality of the writers.

Definitely not money. Few can earn a decent living out of blogging (yet). I hope this can lead me to something greater, such as publishing a book or opening a café.

Yes, readers do complain – such as recommending a ‘wrong’ place. You just have to keep in mind that :

  • Taste is subjective
  • They are not personal.

For blog advertorials, social media engagement and appearance enquiries for food related hosting, judging and workshop (corporate/schools) training, please contact via: DanielFoodDiary@gmail.com

Do note that DanielFoodDiary.com generally declines media tastings, events and food products.