The chef craze in Montreal has gotten out of hand. So much so, that many of you actually let your food get cold at restaurants because you HAVE to post the absolute perfect Instagram picture... of food... that you didn't make. Okay guys, let's face it, very few of us are chefs or photographers, so sadly, the pictures we post are probably sub-par smartphone quality, and for no better reason than to show off what your eating to the vast amount of strangers who follow your Instagram account.

Instead of publishing the calories you intake, I suggest following these insanely good Montreal chefs to let them post delicious food pictures for you. This way you can go to bed while scrolling your food filled Instagram feed as you also swipe right -or left-  on Tinder, DM your crush and FB stalk your ex. Yeah, we all do it. No shame.

Porchetta is in the house #ArtistWorld #IleSoniq #Catering #Foiegwa @ilesoniq ?: @romain_gabriel

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1. Jérémie Falissard

Head Chef of Restaurant Barroco. His instagram feed is filled with gorgeous food pictures, fresh produce, and some of his equally hot staff members.


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2. Jeffery Finklestein

Executive Chef of Hof Kelsten. Jeff takes charge of the entire bakery's feed by filling it with fun photos of his crew being silly, the gorgeous breads, and their brunch menu.


It's Industry Monday @parkresto ???????????????? #fortheloveofthegame #omakase #parkrestaurant #IndustryMonday

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3. Antonio Park

Executive Chef of Park Restaurants, Park Market and Lavanderia. His Instagram feed is filled with gorgeous sushi and crudo preparations served at Park, one of Montreal's very top restaurants.


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4. Danny Smiles

Head Chef at Le Bremner - Crown Salts. Not only is Danny probably one of the most young influential chef's in the city, but he is also partners in crime with everyone's favourite T.V. chef Chuck Hughes, and not to mention pretty easy on the eyes.


MP jambon blanc, pine mushrooms and fried rosemary

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5. Derek Dammann

Executive Chef at Maison Publique. Derek has been a long time culinary giant in Montreal with what used to be by far my favourite restaurant, DNA. Now he's moved onto a more family style restaurant and the instagram feed is sure to make you hungry.


Boudin rouge, caramelized and pickled onions, apple mostarda. A photo posted by Colin Perry (@colinmperry) on

6. Colin Perry

Head Chef of Dinette Triple crown. Colin serves up some delicious authentic southern food right in the centre of Montreal. Follow his feed only if you want to drool (I'll hand you the tissue, no worries).


Pêches, vanille, citron... #gâteauduweekend #stedouard

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7. Partice Demers

Executive chef of Patisserie Patrice. Patrice is one of the best pastry chefs in Montreal. His instagram feed is very active and will make you feel guilty that you want to eat those beautiful creations.


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8. Marc Olivier Frappier

Chef de Cuisine of Joe beef. Marc Olivier is a young up-and-coming chef in Montreal, honestly, killing it. Follow his account to support his career and get a sneak peak into the Joe Beef life.


Sea Urchin linguini with mussels & leeks #summerofpasta

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9. Ryan Gray

Owner of Nora Gray. Ryan's account has a little bit of everything that you encounter in restoration: food, fun people, wine, art, and best of all, Matty Matheson - If you don't know who he is, you're not a true foodie! Feel free to educate yourself by checking out his instagram @mattymatheson .


10. Nicholas D'Onofrio

Head Chef of Restaurant Cho. Nicholas' instagram dishes up incredible asian inspired comfort food. Before Cho, he worked some of Montreals other top restaurants (Otto, Cavalli, Osteria Venti) and also spent some time training in Europe. He's definitely an up-and-comer worth following!

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