Bourdain Market : All You Need to Know About Anthony Bourdains Newest Project

Bourdain Market – The world at the end of your fork

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Anthony Bourdain has done many things to add to his growing legacy. Known for his extensive travels and in depth coverage of a foodies dream life. Now he wants yo take you along with him on his international food tour. Bourdain Market is Anthony’s next great journey.

The ultimate foodie is offering hand picked favorite dishes from all corners of the globe to New York City.

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Bourdain Market

If you don’t know who Anthony Bourdain is you’re probably not into traveling, or food, or anything that has to do with being an all around awesome person. Mr. Bourdain is a former drug addict, party boy chef, turned famous writer slash travel television show host. Bourdain has one of the best jobs you could hope for, traveling the world, eating the finest foods and taking in every culture on the planet.

You can keep up with Bourdain Market with the newly established instagram account chronicling the planning of the new food hall.

The account is full of possible vendors and dishes being considered for the menu. As if that wasn’t enough Anthony  shares a 10-dish wish list for the market via The List App. Bourdain describes the list: “Dishes from my travels that I want, badly, for my eventual market in NYC. These are the dishes, as prepared by the original vendors, that we need and deserve.” 

Heres the shortlist (scroll down for the link with photos)

— White pepper crab from JB Ah Meng in Singapore

— Octopus and cod ceviche tostada from La Guerrerense in Ensenada, Mexico

— Hainanese Chicken Rice from Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice in Singapore

— Noodle Soup with brisket and shrimp wontons from Mak’s Noodle Shop in Hong Kong

— Dim Sum from Tim Ho Wan in Hong Kong

— Bun Thai from The Lunch Lady in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

— Geylang claypot rice from 649 Geylang Claypot Rice in Singapore

— Roast goose and barbecued pork from Joy Hing Roasted Meats in Hong Kong

— Char Kway Teow from Hill Street Fried Kway Teow in Singapore

— Sarawak laksa from Choon Hui Cafe in Kuching, Malaysia

Head over to The List App for the photos of these dishes, and follow the @bourdainmarket Instagram account. Bourdain Market promises to bring you the world, having over 100 vendors from around the globe. 

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At 155,000 square feet, this will likely be New York’s largest food hall and by far the most vast menu. In addition to prepared food stalls staffed by vendors from around the world, Bourdain Market will also have meat and fish butcher counters as well as a space for a large sit-down restaurant area overlooking the main section of the hall. 

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Concept Art for Bourdain Market

Bourdain Market will be open late. “Think of an Asian night market,” Bourdain notes. “Eating and drinking at midnight.” The market might also host karaoke and film screenings.

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The market will cost about $60 million when all is said and done. Bourdain has a very specific vibe in mind: “It will be all transparent and authentic…not sterile, but chaotic in a good way, with hawkers and vendors and places to eat. Where in this city can you have that?”

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