Anthony Bourdain Just Revealed His Ideal Food Market Menu and It Looks Incredible
As you probably know, Anthony Bourdain, the crass explorer of uncharted culinary territory and star of CNN’s No Reservations, is opening up a food market in New York City in 2017 modeled after the hawker centers in Singapore.The fact that one of the most revered food celebrities is introducing New York to the international food market scene is exciting enough, but now we have an insider sneak peek at the upcoming menu for the Pier 57 project.
Bourdain published a list on The List app of “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.” The images are curated from Instagram and include Hainanese Chicken Rice from Singapore (rice cooked with chicken fat and chicken served with three dipping sauces. Get the recipe here); beef brisket and shrimp wonton noodle soup from Mak’s Noodle Shop in Hong Kong; BBQ Pork and Roast Goose from Joy Hing Roasted Meat in Hong Kong; and Sarawak Laksa from Choon Hui Café in Malaysia (a spicy noodle soup topped with an omelette, chicken strips, prawns, and flavored with lime).