Sharp-tongued New York chef, Anthony Bourdain is back with season five to explore the world through other people’s food in this globetrotting culinary expedition.
Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations
Tony takes a look back on a memorable trip to Iceland, for most of which he was miserable. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony is baffled by a selfless, young French cook who works alone cooking a different French meal every day, occasionally with a “Brooklyn-style flair.” Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony returns to Beruit, 4 years after a civil war cut short filming. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony reveals his favourite restaurant in Rome and explains the curse of television. Don’t hate him because he’s hungry! Wednesday at 9pm.
Touch the ham, smell the ham, taste the ham, be the ham. Unless you’re Gwyneth Paltrow. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony talks about the misconceptions of the Midwest and just how innovate the food scene is. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony visits Happy Island, has a Hawaiian punch and decides he’ll never be happy elsewhere. Wednesday at 9pm.
It’s a hot and heavy episode filled with meat on meat action. 100% hardcore.
Mainers, explaining Mainers. Well, sort of. No Reservations. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony hits the slopes at Ski Dubai, the world’s only indoor ski resort in a mall. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony reflects on a younger Tony from 10 years ago. What a arrogant *****! Wednesday at 9pm.
A behind-the-scenes look at the Kerala episode of No Reservations. Wednesday at 9pm.
Toddy shops are known to have the best and spiciest food so Tony ventures to one for fish head curry. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony reflects on the confusion, inspiration, hope and desperation he felt in Liberia, the only place he’s felt like this before. Wednesday at 9pm.
Bourdain visits a no-name restaurant specializing in birds, insects and dead bird liquor on No Reservations. Wednesday @ 9pm.
Anthony Bourdain finds himself confused as hell at a tundra dance party. No Reservations. Wednesday at 9pm.
Whatever you do, don’t overcook the meat, you idiot. Anthony Bourdain doles out some tough meaty lessons. Wednesday at 9pm.
Guinea Pig, the solution to world hunger. If kids knew how delicious these things are, there’d be a lot more empty cages in schools across America. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony enjoys the delicacies of Prague and the healing mists of pork. Wednesday at 9pm.
Anthony meets his match in the form of a kid critic who proceeds to beat him up throughout the night like a veal cutlet. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony reluctantly eats poison and meets the world’s most chatty taxi driver. Wednesday at 9pm.
Tony watches police set fire to a multi-million-dollar stash of seized cocaine. Wednesday at 9pm.
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With Anthony Bourdain’s new series, The Layover, making its exclusive Canadian debut on T+E this Wednesday, April 11 at 10pm ET/PT, Travel+Escape Senior Editor Garine Tcholakian caught up with the man himself to get the scoop in this exclusive interview. What does Tony really think of Canada? What’s the secret to great travel experiences? And what’s it really like to be Anthony Bourdain? Really. It’s all right here.