Blooper clips from past shows.
Season 4, Episode 18
While visiting Egypt, Anthony eschews the usual tourist attractions and instead spends his time with local families and sleeping in the desert under the stars.
Season 4, Episode 17
Anthony travels to Spain, where he tries out some local traditions and is impressed by the cuisine of chef Ferran Adrià Acosta.
Season 4, Episode 16
Anthony jets to Tokyo to look for a perfect piece of sushi and a perfect knife blade. Also: the martial art of kendo and the subtleties of Japanese flower arranging.
Tony tours the American Southwest on a road trip with stops in Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Alice Cooper and Ted Nugent appear.
Season 4, Episode 14
Tony takes a trip through Uruguay that includes Montevideo and Punta del Este. While there, he tries a chivito sandwich, made with beef, bacon, mayonnaise, black or green olives, mozzarella and tomatoes, which he heartily endorses.
A fan from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, invites Tony to explore the cuisine, culture and heritage of her homeland.
Season 4, Episode 12
Tony finds his preconceived notions about Colombia to be wrong as he travels through Cartagena and Medellin.
Season 4, Episode 11
Tony visits Laos, where he is impressed by the rural scenery while sampling dishes that include chicken grilled between splints of bamboo, a soup of wild mushrooms and greens, and sticky rice and hot chili paste, washed down with local moonshine.
Tony takes up a challenge to return to the Brasserie Les Halles to work his old Tuesday double shift, offering a behind-the-kitchen-door look at the working of a restaurant.
Season 4, Episode 9
Anthony visits Hawaii, where he rides the North Shore surf at Banzai Pipeline and Sunset Beach on a jet ski, attends a luau at Paradise Cove, experiences volcanic thrills on the Big Island and samples a wide variety of local food.
Season 4, Episode 8
Tony celebrates his pal Zamir's 50th birthday with him in Romania, where he learns about the country's vampire tales, Communist regimes and intense culinary experiences.
Season 4, Episode 7
Anthony visits Jamaica and samples the cuisine at fish shacks and discovers that the culture includes political strife.
Tony travels to London and Edinburgh, meeting people, observing the scenery and sampling the cuisine.
Season 4, Episode 5
In this week's episode of Anthony Bourdain:No Reservations, Tony ventures off to Greece to face his irrational fears of the foreign land, and eats a truck load of lamb on the way. I may be a newcomer to the Anthony Bourdain world but let me tell you, his sarcasm was at it's peak tonight and I was absolutely loving it!In a land where fish is a luxury and greens are essential, Tony's first meal consists of both accompanied by sweetbreads, chick peas, stewed wild goat, and I bunch of other native delectable's I'm sure I'm missing. This of course is before Tony starts hitting the bottle which slowly drifts him into a mildly drunken stupor. The result of this, one of my favorite quotes of the night! "I'd tell you about last night but I'd throw up in my month," I think I felt his pain through the screen.Tony has the pleasure of spending his next day devouring a poor helpless lamb, shooting guns, and catching a live episode of Dancing with the Stars, front row seat of course. I'm not one t...
Tony visits Greece to see if it really has the world's healthiest diet. Included: Crete and Ithaca.
Season 4, Episode 3
In Vancouver, British Columbia, Tony examines the thriving film industry, fantastic scenery and an evolving food scene.
Season 4, Episode 2
Tony takes a tour of Berlin.
Season 4, Episode 1
Anthony visits Singapore, a gastronomical crossroads, and samples the favorite local dish, chicken rice; visits a reflexologist for a traditional foot massage; and tries the unique fare of a downtown "hospital chic" concept restaurant.