Anthony Bourdain in Mumbai:
1 Interesting Spot Where Tony Ate
As the biggest city in India, Mumbai can be overwhelming for many travelers. Some 13 million people call Mumbai – known as Bombay until 1995 – home. Mumbaikars (those who live in Mumbai) experience a range of lifestyles from wealth and Bollywood glamour to abject poverty. It's also a melting pot of a city, with countless cultures and languages spoken. This is reflected in the diverse and delicious food scene, too...
Anthony Bourdain in Sri Lanka: 7 Spots Where Tony Ate
With its sweltering heat and a predilection for spicy food, Sri Lanka shares a lot of similarities with neighboring India. However, the "Pearl of the Indian Ocean" is definitely its own destination, with distinctive historical and cultural forces, and – as Anthony Bourdain discovers over the course of his two visits to the south Asian country –, a unique and distinctive style to this otherwise familiar cuisine...
Anthony Bourdain in India:
The Complete Country Guide
While many Westerners think of India as a single, homogenous country, this couldn't be further from the truth – and a truth well-known to Anthony Bourdain, who visited India many times. Over the course of several trips and shows, Bourdain spent time in different parts of India, showing off its diversity of cuisine and culture...
Anthony Bourdain in Rajasthan: 5 Spots Where Tony Ate
Located in northwest India, Rajasthan is known as the land of palaces and kings. Along with the Punjab, it sits along the border of Pakistan, and looks like a storybook landscape of mountaintop castles and forts. Rajasthan is unique in both its culture and cuisine, and for this reason, Tony Bourdain was drawn to explore the history and sample the unique flavors of this Indian state...
Anthony Bourdain in Punjab: 5 Spots Where Tony Ate
From the tropical coast of Kerala to the mountainous northern states that straddle the Himalayas, India is as geographically diverse as it is culturally diverse. There is perhaps no place this is thrown into sharper contrast than in Punjab, the Indian state bordering Pakistan – a border that was drawn artificially by a British lawyer and forever changed the face of the subcontinent and the lives of its peoples...
Anthony Bourdain in Kerala, India: 4 Spots Where Tony Ate
Covering the southwest corner of the Indian subcontinent, the state of Kerala is famous for its food and spices, as well as being unique in it is probably the only state where non-vegetarian food is readily available. As one might expect, having an opportunity to try meat in a traditionally-vegetarian country is something Tony Bourdain was keen to do...