While on the surface Robert Pattinson doesn’t seem like the most exciting celebrity to feed into a food blog, he is actually one of the most discussed celebrities when it comes to food. On TikTok, for example, users have posted more than 13 million views of their “robertsosso” videos, in which they cook and bake alongside the “Twilight” star.

The topic of food crops up in almost every interview the actor has given since the start of his career in 2009. He’s often opening up about his health concerns – he had gastric bypass surgery in 2017 – and how he tries to stay fit and active. And what does he eat? Here, we answer all your questions about Robert Pattinson’s diet.

Overnight Oats

One of the most popular meals on Robert Pattinson’s Instagram account is overnight oats. The British actor and musician Harry Styles’s grandmother – the person who originally inspired the recipe – said that oats are high in fiber and filling, and can provide a quick and easy way to get your five a day.

The 41-year-old shared a snap of himself consuming one of these porridges, along with his dad, David, a chef, mother, Rebecca, a food stylist, and Styles, the musician and actor, who is Harry’s godfather.

“Mum made us all a big pot of this healthy porridge. It’s amazing – filled with fruit, nuts, and seeds, and high in fibre. Everyone in the family really liked it!” he said, adding that porridge is something his mother and grandmother often made for them as children because it was something different to eat that was healthy.

Robert Pattinson has since shared the recipe for overnight oats on his Instagram, with the addition of a new ingredient: whiskey. On another post, he adds whiskey to his morning coffee and a fried egg sandwich for a “surprised” look. The actor has also used the drink in some of his fashion campaigns, most notably for Gucci and Louis Vuitton. He has said that he drinks it because he likes the taste, but also because it keeps him warm in the winter. If you’re a fan of the “Twilight” series, you may know that Edward Cullen, the vampire, is often seen with a drink in hand.

Cottage Cheese & Red Pepper Scones

Scones are small, round, flat biscuits that can be eaten for a quick snack or served as an accompaniment to soup or salad. You may know them as ‘graham crackers’ in the U.S. They are very similar to cupcakes, and you’ll often see both terms used interchangeably. Cottage cheese and red pepper are a classic English pairing that has been a frequent theme on the singer Katy Perry’s Instagram account, where she’s shared pictures of gingham, polka dots and other pastel colors juxtaposed with food snaps featuring the blue cheese and red pepper duo – an ode to her English roots perhaps?

It seems like Katy Perry is the most popular person to follow when it comes to food and cooking on Robert Pattinson’s Instagram. The 29-year-old “Roar” singer has nearly 17 million followers, and it’s not difficult to see why. Her feed is filled with tantalizing pictures of food she has either created or found, paired with lifestyle and fashion snaps. While she may not always refer to recipes, those looking for food ideas may find her Instagram posts incredibly helpful.

A few of her most popular dishes include Thai chicken curry, which she makes with coconut milk and lime leaves, and “spaghetti” made with lobster, crab, and shrimp, which she serves with a white wine butter sauce. Perry is also well-known for her green curry chicken, which she calls “Katy’s Classic” and often includes in her social media posts. She first posted this recipe in 2014, and it’s since become her signature dish.

Overnight Oats & Spaghetti Bolognese

A mashup of overnight oats and bolognese is another popular breakfast option on the “New Moon” actor’s Instagram. The 31-year-old’s fondness for all things food-related is clear in these breakfast creations, which he often names after characters from the “Harry Potter” series. J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World certainly provides inspiration for everything from ice cream to sandwiches, as you’ll see in this Instagram post featuring a pineapple upside-down cake inspired by the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

In addition to his love of all things culinary, it seems that Robert Pattinson is also a big fan of magic. He often posts about Harry Potter, and has named several of his creations after the character. The actor also shared a photo on his Twitter account of him performing a spellbinding Divination (translated from the Latin) on a candle during a ritual he performs in his home. He wrote: “I feel powerful scented candles are a magical invention. They allow me to envision my desires and see things through to completion. I like to use them when I make dinner for my parents and sister, who are both witches. I tell them their old-school ‘wizardry’ is so cool!”

Fish, Chips, & Onion Rings

Onion rings certainly aren’t a new snack, and they’ve been around since the 1800s. What is new is the way people are eating them. Traditional fried onion rings often contain large amounts of fat and calories. But it seems that people are turning to fresh versions, which are made with light touchings of milk and flour, and lots of vegetables. This healthier option is what you’ll see often on Robert Pattinson’s Instagram.

This is also the case with fish and chips. This classic English dish is made with white fish, often cod or haddock, and thick, cut French fries. The combination of fish and potato products is a source of food nostalgia for many diners, which is why this meal has seen a resurgence in popularity since the start of this year. It’s not that fish and chips haven’t been around before – the dish was created in the 19th century and had been popularized by fishmongers serving their customers on the beach. But it was until recently seen as something exclusive to fish and chip shops, and the occasional takeaway.

Robert Pattinson’s love for all things British is clear in his meals, with references to classic British dishes like fish and chips and pavlova, the classic English breakfast, and lots of football teams and soccer players. But he also highlights the more contemporary British cuisine, like chicken tikka masala and Scotch broth, and introduces readers to ingredients they may not have eaten before, like the English rose and English cucumber. It seems that this famous Englishman wants to introduce his fans to new foods that they may enjoy, as he often posts about his attempts to eat locally sourced, seasonal food.

What Does Robert Pattinson Eat?

It seems that Robert Pattinson’s favorite meals come from the United Kingdom and France. He’s frequently featured on Instagram and Twitter posts with British restaurants and products, like Scotch eggs and fish and chips – all foods he may not have eaten much of when he was growing up in Los Angeles.

The “New Moon” actor loves a wide variety of foods – as you’d expect given his eclectic tastes and desire to try new things – and there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to his diet. Here’s a look at what he eats, and what kinds of foods he enjoys most.


Most people have a set approach to their morning meal, eating the same thing every day, regardless of what is available. But that isn’t how Robert Pattinson eats. Breakfast is often a matter of last night’s movie and a quick grab of something to eat before you head out to work. He may eat the same things every day, but he doesn’t follow a set schedule, often skipping breakfast if he doesn’t feel like having it. When he does eat it, it’s usually a combination of eggs, oatmeal, and cheese – all foods that are high in protein and nutrition, and which he says keep him strong.


It’s often said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially for those who eat it first thing in the morning, before their bodies have had a chance to absorb any nutrients from their overnight fast. This is where most people get their daily calories, and it’s vital that they get them in the right way. When it comes to lunch, however, things change. It’s the main meal of the day, so those who eat it as a late breakfast may choose to skip it, or eat something more substantial like a fish or chicken burger.