Lirong (@lirongs)

Aug 25, 2019

Starting in 2010 as a way to document her recipes and share it with the world, Lirong, now a mother of one and with another on the way, found the perfect balance between family and her love of food. She not only snaps pictures of good eats but can whip up restaurant-quality meals herself. You might find yourself wondering where to find that delicious bowl of chow mien, only to discover it's a creation of her own!

She launched her Instagram account out of peer pressure and has never looked back since.

When you started, did you create an elaborate plan or was it very casual?

It was really casual. Like I could just write about what I do or eat in a day!

Do you have any inspirations you look to for your content?

I look up to mummy Instagrammers a lot and feel that I've learnt quite a bit from them. I hope to be able to share my motherhood experience with my followers too.

What are your top 3 favourite dishes and which place served it best?

This is really tough!!

1. Chee Cheong Fun & Orh Kueh - Hougang Block 682 Avenue 4

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2. Truffle fries & Pizza - PS Cafe

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3. Lighthouse Bistro & Bar

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If there were a dish that was your nemesis on this food journey, what would it be?

Nothing. I love food. All types, all cuisines! 😂

What advice do you have for those who might want to start food blogging or Instagramming?

Be real, be authentic.

Where can people find out more about you?

Follow me on my Instagram, @lirongs!

PS Cafe
Chee Cheong Fun