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[Video] Celebrity Chef Anthony Bourdain in Vietnam

Gordon Ramsay isn't the only celebrity chef obsessed with Vietnam. But unlike Ramsay, New York chef, Anthony Bourdain, has a surprisingly close connection to Vietnam, cultivated over many visits since 2000.

His love is on full display in this episode of his TV series, "No Reservations" which was filmed in 2012.

From Hoi An to Saigon (he visited Hanoi in a previous episode), from banh xeo to cao lau, Bourdain takes in all the tastes and smells that we all know and love.

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