The host visits Andalusia, Spain, during the Semana Santa holy week.
The host explores the underside of Tokyo.
A culinary visit to Sicily.
Anthony visits Brazil.
The food and culture of Johannesburg, South Africa, are explored.
The host explores restaurants amid tribal loyalty and post-war uncertainty in Libya.
Anthony Bourdain and chef Daniel Boulud visit Lyon, France.
The host samples cuisine in Hue, Vietnam.
The host samples Shanghai cuisine in the Season 4 premiere.
A refuge for artists in Morocco is explored.
A visit to Copenhagen includes a sampling of the city's cuisine and a look at local creativity.
Bourdain visits Glasgow, Scotland, and gets a lesson in knife defense techniques. Also: a trip to the Scottish Highlands to sample some deep-fried haggis.
Bourdain explores Budapest where he samples goulash, fisherman's soup, blood sausage and chicken liver.
Anthony Bourdain travels to Iran and explores Tehran and Isfahan. Also: visits to Imam Square, the Borje Milad, mosques and caravanserai.
Bourdain explores Madagascar and visits the capital city of Tana. He also samples local cuisine with film director Darren Aronofsky.
Anthony visits Jamaica and delves into the life of music legend Bob Marley. Also: a trip to the home of author Ian Fleming, who wrote the James Bond novels.
The host visits Tanzania for a safari and a sampling of the country's cuisine.
Season 5 begins with Bourdain returning to South Korea after 10 years to experience the nuances of hyper-modern Seoul and sample Korean fried chicken, vintage "army" stew, and kimchi.
The Season 3 opener features a visit to Punjab, India, where the host samples items from roadside restaurants, a Sikh celebration and a community vegetarian eatery.
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