Malaysians remember Anthony Bourdain's love of food, zest for life


Notes, photos and flowers left in memory of Anthony Bourdain at the Brasserie Les Halles in New York City, where Bourdain used to work as the executive chef. Photo: AFP

Anthony Bourdain will always be remembered as an amazing world-travelling food storyteller. He made an impression on people who interviewed him, worked with him, and those who have known him from his books and television.

Bourdain was in France working when he was found dead on June 8. He was 61. In this exclusive story, we asked Malaysians who have had the pleasure of his company to pay tribute to the chef, author and TV star.

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