Interview with Indian Food Bloggers – Aakash & Bhavya from Psycho Chef Blog

Rahul Gupta

Dec 10th, 2018

1. Can you please tell us a little bit about yourself and your Blog?

We are young foodie friends, but more brothers looking for the good food available in town to satisfy our hungry tummy.
Tasting from street foods to quick service cafes and to fine dine restaurants, we taste the food & give our honest reviews and opinion about it.

We started our blogging career one and a half year back and its still a long way to go. We both take out time from our professional life and spend quality time in search of lip smacking food which can satisfy your tummy.


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2. What did you do before Blogging? What inspired you to start blogging?

I am an IHM graduate, working under a big chain of hotels and following the love for food. A love which is truly beyond hunger. After completing the Management Training programme I opted to go for Bakery & Patisserie and decided to make my career in desserts. The various cuisines and food preparation is my source of attraction towards blogging. I am aware that people made a living from blogging, so let’s hope for the best… fingers crossed!! More I am a coffee drinker, my life is simple and tasty. I enjoy lots of fresh, healthy and as well as junk food, plus full treats without guilt.

And about Psycho, he is DU graduate, at the very young age, he started taking workshops and seminars on- Mind Power, Memory Power, Yoga, Tarot Cards, did his Hons. in Applied Psychology from Delhi University (2017) Currently pursuing Masters in Psychology. Apart from being a die hard foodie he is also a tarot card reader, clinical hypnotherapist, reiki healer and a practitioner trainer. The various presentation of food and different ways of styling grabs his attention towards blogging.

3. As a blogger, what are the challenges you face? How you overcome it?

If I talk about challenges, the very thing is the knowledge about blogging and various blogs, learning the proper techniques and other tips is important. Lucky to have a blogger buddy who guided us a lot and we are still learning.

4. What would you consider to be your biggest achievement in your journey so far as a Blogger?

We were the official food influencers of VIGO INDIA and we belive that doing better everyday is the key to happiness and satisfaction, and the hardwork reflects through that only.



5. Have you worked/collaborate with brands? If yes, name few brands you worked with

We have collaborated with Vigo India (formerly hypster), Vedantika Herbals, SLAP Popcorns, APRRUS Modak collections, ASAP cereal bars and more...rest we always explore restros and cafes for the best food.

6. What is your primary income source?

Sadly it's not blogging. We both are into our professional career, so that's our primary source of income. But whatever we earn from blogging is like cherry on the cake which we always prefer for more and more and more... :D

7. Top 3 Blogging tools that you would recommend to your readers?

I think that the impact of social media plays a major role in maximizing your growth. That's a place where you can share your work with many and many people. And definitly this platform 'the skill infinity' connects you to the ones you are looking for!

8. One piece of advice that you would like to share with all new bloggers?

Keep Going on! Focus on the content and never give up!! Dosen't matter if your likes are low or followers are less... these are just the ups and downs... one day all your hardwork will payoff... *fingers crossed*

9. Finally, what are your thoughts about IndiBlogHub?

Skillfinity is a great platform to interact with fellow bloggers and discover new blogs.

You can check the website at https://thepsychochefblog.wordpress.com/ or start a conversation with Aakash & Bhavya