Back in 2000, a little known chef in New York named Anthony Bourdain wrote a book called Kitchen Confidential that put the restaurant industry on its ear upon its arrival.
It was an explosive coming out party for what would become an iconic and revered personality on cooking, traveling, culture and food from around the world. Anthony Bourdain was an unrivaled, one-of-a-kind voice whose talent was undeniable.
And then he shocked the world when he committed suicide on June 8, 2018.
Sir and Sport sat down with some of the region’s top chefs to get their thoughts on Bourdain’s passing, the stories, the admiration and new insights on mental health in restaurant kitchens everywhere.
Click HERE for an incredible look at what this legend left behind through the eyes of his contemporaries in The Bourdain Effect.