Anthony Bourdain Tribute Tour in Vietnam (Owners reflect on Bourdain's visit)

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Resto: Bánh xèo Đinh Công Tráng
Food: Vietnamese pancake
Add: 46A Dinh Cong Trang street, Tan Dinh ward, District 1
Operation hour: 10AM – 02AM , 04PM – 09PM
Price: 80.000VND – 135.000VND

Resto: Cơm Niêu Sài Gòn
Food: Smashed rice and earthenware pot rice
Add: 75 Xuan Thuy street, Thao Dien ward, district 2
Operation hour: 06AM – 11PM
Price: Smashed rice 53.000VND – earthenware pot rice 35.000VND

Resto: Quán ốc A Sòi
Food: Snails
Add: 237-239 Nguyen Thuong Hien street, District 3
Operation hour: 04PM – 10PM
Price: From 60.000VND

Resto: Lunch Lady
Food: Crab crystal noodle soup / Banh Canh Cua
Add: D1 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Condo, Dakao ward, District 1
Operation time: 11AM – 03PM
Price: Small bowl 30.000VND – Big bowl 40.000VND

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21 thoughts on “Anthony Bourdain Tribute Tour in Vietnam (Owners reflect on Bourdain's visit)

  1. This is my tribute to the late Anthony Bourdain. It was surreal to encounter all these people and places, retracing his footsteps and putting together the story of what happened AFTER the TV broadcast. It would be awesome if other food youtubers did the same. Trevor in Chengdu, Mark in Bangkok and so on. Hope you liked it.

    We've listed all the restaurants and their info in the description box so you can easily visit next time you're in town.

    Next time you're in Vietnam, hit up Onetrip for an amazing food or adventure tour: https://www.christinas.vn/onetrip/saigon/

    Let me know if you liked this style of video. We can follow up with other restaurants Bourdain visited in Vietnam.

  2. Nice and sentimental I lost my job one time because I left my job before my shift ended because I needed to get home home to watch my favorite show parts unknown hosted by Anthony bourdain it's was the first time as a man cries for another man's passing away

  3. Anthony Bourdain was my mentor and everything i strived to be when i was a dishwasher/souschef/chef in las vegas.
    He was more of a father to me than anyone i know in my family.
    He was humble, respectful, and sincere when it comes to food and life.
    I will always remember him as he was and how he touched millions of peoples hearts.
    Not everyone is perfect but try to live life to its fullest.
    RIP Anthony (1956-2018)

  4. Thank you so much for this tribute. I wish there was a ❤️ reaction on YouTube. I don’t know why I felt and feel so connected to Tony. Maybe a combination of his enigmatic personality of an asshole who could be incredibly grateful and gracious. He had a unique appreciation and respect for people, culture, and food… a depth of appreciation and respect that I don’t see in anyone else. I wish I could express the rest of what I’m feeling but I can’t. Thank you again
    🙏🏼🙇

  5. Bourdain found in Vietnam what everyone searches for all over the world. Damn good food; prepared lovingly for those with grateful hearts. Thank you for receiving us Vietnam. Love from america

  6. I started watching food documentaries because of Anthony, i just don't why or how he did it, but i feel in love with him and his programs the very first time i saw them, he made me have an open mind towards different food cultures, he is surely missed, but i guess he's in a better place now.. Rest on Anthony Bourdain… rest on… Thanks for this tribute name sake… I watch all your programs… Love from Nigeria…

  7. I miss Tony soooo much! I saw him as my badass uncle who always had the best food. He also was so eloquent in his descriptions of the dishes he ate. I'm only a minute in, and know I'll be cutting onions by the end.

  8. Great video. I miss Anthony's wit, wisdom, humanity and humor. The world was a better place with him in it

  9. Tony was the pinnacle of a mountain of good food travel hosts. He was the greatest. He is missed by millions. Including me…

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