Join best-selling author and professional chef Anthony Bourdain as he travels the world seeking the ultimate dining experience. He will hit locales from the well known to those off the beaten path, from New Jersey to Iceland and points in between. Along his journey, the adventuring Bourdain will share his no holds barred experience of the food and customs that flavor the different cultures of the world in a way that only he can.
Behind the scenes of the making of the Kerala, India episode.
Tony visited Madrid, Spain's capital city, during the 2010 World Cup when this large and diverse country came together.
Tony and Michael Ruhlman prepare a holiday dinner that goes awry. Chefs Mario Batali, David Chang and Duff Goldman pay Tony a visit.
Anthony Bourdain travels to the Grenadine Islands to sample local cuisine and explore the Caribbean lifestyle. He tries scuba-diving, fishing and hunting for local delicacies.
Tony arrives in the dead of winter in Harbin, China, a season that defines the Dongbei people and the nature of their cuisine. Tony samples hearty stews, mountains of dumplings and the sharp flavors of pickled and preserved vegetables.Watch Now:iTunes
Tony visits Liberia on the west coast of Africa and gets a taste of the local food and culture.
Tony visits Kerala in southwestern India and samples many spicy and flavorful dishes, from street food to home-cooked meals. Also: Indian actor Mammootty invites the host to visit him on the set of his action film.
Tony travels to Panama, which is rumored to have originated from an Amerindian word meaning "an abundance of fish." One of Tony's stops includes the Mercado de Mariscos, a swank new fish market to sample the national go-to dish: ceviche.Watch Now:iTunes
Tony has never been shy when it comes to expressing his feelings toward, well, pretty much anything. With the help of a few friends, including the illustrious Ron Jeremy, Tony gears up for Food Porn, round 2.
Anthony Bourdain travels to Portland and Rockland, Maine for fresh seafood and more.
Tony travels to the Mecca of Asian cooking–Hong Kong. The combinations of styles, cultures, and flavors fascinate Tony.
Chef, television host and Burgundy native Ludo Lefebvre, rediscovers the place of his birth on a road trip with Tony in a classic Citroen DS.
The show takes a look back at Tony before the fame of No Reservations and his top selling book Kitchen Confidential.
Anthony Bourdain travels back to his favorite place on Earth -- Vietnam. This time to check out Vietnam's Central Highlands. And what would a trip to Vietnam be without a sampling of a famous noodle dish? Tony seeks out the Northern Vietnam version in the Old Quarter of Hanoi.Watch Now:iTunes
Nearing toward the end of his final tour, Anthony Bourdain travels to the Caribbean for fresh fish and more in the Dominican Republic.
Many assume that what lies between the east and west coast is an unsophisticated culinary wasteland. Convinced otherwise, Anthony Bourdain sets out to the American Heartland to find the unsung heroes of the food scene.
Tony and Zamir have had many adventures. This time they're in Romania to celebrate Zamir's birthday. Along the way, they learn about vampires, communists, and the strong cultural history of Romania.Watch Now:iTunes
Anthony Bourdain dines on classic Italian dishes and adopts the mindset of the Roman people – living a simple life and eating fresh, seasonal ingredients.
Tony and friend Zamir Gotta team up for a trip to the former Soviet Republic, the Ukraine. They tour Chernobyl and the radiated ghost town of Pripayat, explore a once top-secret port for Soviet submarines, drink vodka and enjoy green borscht.
Tony visits Austin, Texas, during the annual South by Southwest music festival and hangs out with the band Sleigh Bells for a seafood boil.Watch Now:iTunes
In Penang, Tony Bourdain discovers a beautiful rice and shrimp dish wrapped in a banana leaf that he can't get enough of, then eats fresh snapper on Monkey Beach which surprisingly lives up to its name.Watch Now:iTunes
The host explores the High Desert of California with rocker Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age.
Tony heads to Japan for the gastronomic event that is, "Cook it Raw," which brings together some of the best chefs in the world and throws them into an unfamiliar environment with unknown ingredients.Watch Now:iTunes
Once the center of the richest empire in Europe, Lisbon now faces one of the worst financial crises in the EU. But even as it struggles with rising debt and unemployment, Tony finds out that Lisbon is experiencing a cultural and culinary renaissance.Watch Now:iTunes
Anthony Bourdain travels to Dubai, the second-largest and most populated of the 7 states that make up the United Arab Emirates. He dives into Dubai’s extravagant food scene with restaurants catering to "the rich and super rich."
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