Anthony Bourdain went to Taipei!

It all started with this tweet:

I doubt I am the only one who has been wondering: when will Anthony Bourdain go to Taiwan and film a show there? “No Reservations” has multiple episodes all over Asia, including Korea, Japan, and Hong Kong. What about Taiwan? Now, it has finally happened. “The Layover” crew was in Taipei and tweeted some great pictures. I’ve embedded some of my favorite tweets.

No trip to Taipei would be complete without a stop at 鼎泰豐.

I feel the same way when I have to leave Taiwan:

I am very excited to watch this episode of “The Layover.” I’m curious about the places they visited. It looks like they went to a night market. I’m happy that it’s an episode of “The Layover” because that means it will be one episode concentrated on Taipei. I often think that there’s so much in Taiwan that it cannot be contained in one episode of a show. Taipei alone probably is too much for an episode. The point of “The Layover” is that it is one location (a city that is an airport hub) for a limited amount of time (24 to 48 hours). So, the episode has been filmed within certain limits. Now, when will this episode air?

Update: “The Layover” episode on Taipei aired on January 21, 2013.
Here are two more posts about the episode after it aired:
“The Layover” episode on Taipei has aired!
“The Layover” spends 48 hours in Taipei


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