When we were lucky enough to interview him in 2013, we didn’t raise the subject of last meals. But he brought it up himself.
“If I knew I was going to die tomorrow morning I’d probably be eating some really high-end sushi tonight,” he said.
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Bourdain had a more specific answer in 2016, when he wrote a feature for the Guardian newspaper.
“Ideally, my last meal would be at Sukiyabashi Jiro, a tiny sushi bar below street level in Tokyo. It serves some