Anthony Bourdain (prior to No Reservations) visits chef Ramsay's restaurant in UK

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TubbyTimmy : Anthony eats like a farmer...

onmissions 2323 : Judging by the comments you ppl must not realize this was gordons first restaurant he opened himself. This was way back before kitchen nightmares or hells kitchen. And this isnt even no reservations. This is from "a cooks tour". It was also bourdains first show ever. Damn i miss this gordon

Ulrich Enevoldsen : why do I always end up watching food programs when I am hungry. stupid now I am just even more hungry

Lionel Raoul : I love Bourdain looks half his current age and Ramsay looks exactly the same. He's like a vampire.

Something is happening here but you don't know what : Anthony Bourdain said the braised beef was one of the best meals he ever ate. Marco you trained him well.

badum dadum : The only way Anthony knows how to start an explanation? "Oh YEAH~" Jizzes in pants

LvI28Larvitar : Anthony Bourdain: some reservations

Ghost of Sisyphus : its interesting how people react to this video especially with how out of context the comments are. The filming took place in 2000-2001. At the point in time the restaurant had only been opened for three years. Gordon was nowhere near as popular as he is now.

frootjooce : Everyone knows that Gordon Ramsay was better than Marco. But everyone also knows that's only because Marco taught him too well.

Joe Schmoe : How much would a meal like that cost?

TheDatingLab : They look so young

Ice Aquino : Two of my favorite chef in one episode ... sooo happy :) and it's part of my bucket list to be able to eat at one of Ramsay's resturants :)

Wk193 : That creepy waiter would spoil my meal any day.

KingBastardCobra : bourdain looks like hes on some pbs show

Mike Hardy : "xtraodnary"

Andromeda : Anthony looks like a young mickey rourke here lol

90'sArcadeFighter : I must admit, every single course looks gorgeous! 

madisonelectronic : this must be old cause ramsey still had a face.

MCalder8 : "Extraordinary" x20

Deaf Dolan : if i was rich i would love to hire Ramsey I love the guy me love his attitude and his food speaks for its self.

Crispy Bacon : I love both of those guys. I have nothing but respect and awe. I've spent 20 years working my way up through kitchens, even leased my own place for four years. It would be an honor to work with either of them.

Andy Wilderness : It's entertaining when people who don't know what they're talking about try to pretend they know what they are talking about. I'm looking at you everyone in this comment section.

Brian Landry : SO OLD SCHOOL

puffpuffyogi : two bad MF's right there.

u2good2b4gotn : Gordon actually WORKS at one of his restaurants?

Chef Sheilla : I miss london so bad, and the country of england itself! the place who taught me how to be independent, the food there are absolutely delicious!!!

CAMZAB : Bourdain is the only skinny guy I trust to talk about food.

Darche 61 : Dining experience doesn't start with using fork and knife. It's starts on your tongue.

L M : I can't stand Anthony but looking at that food was awesome.

Dan Alon : is it me or does Anthony seem to have speech lessons since this video was pubished?

rembad : What year is this from? They both look so young!

Inebriation23 : The issue with French cuisine is they are stubborn to stick to classic and not modernize their traditional food....chefs like Gordon bring that modernization to the table and that's what sets his food above the common French chef

Camillus Damian : it would be good if Anthony become the guest judge in MasterChef US

Z L : The dessert guy's nails are dirty,?! How could that be in G.Ramsey's restaurant..

haywood jeblome : I bet you that wierd stuff wasnt as good as a philly cheesesteak.

Larry E : The only thing about wild strawberries -- they have almost no flavor. I have them growing in my yard. However, maybe they're not in that dessert for flavor -- maybe they're for texture, for scent, for whatever delicate flavor they might have, etc.

flowerchica01 : Tiny meals. Something I'll never understand.

Xavier : he looks better now

Michael Gorman : Looks superb, and unlike a lot of 'posh' restaurants the portions are at least adequate -i hate those pretentious 'nouveu' cuisine joints where you get a scrap of food on a half acre white plate!

Johnny L : i thought Gordon doesn't like put food in martini glass, it looks he just don't like other restaurants do it.

Adron Goddard : Great British Menu winner Paul Ainsworth at 0:49

Catwatching : Tall chefs.....they have to stoop down for 14hr. shifts.

Michael Winer : "he's not a name brand, he's a hands-on chef" things change

Jay : 2 guys that love hearing themselves bloviate about, you guessed it, themselves.

CHRISTIAN BENGS : 3:10 Schmutzige Hände in der Küche und das bei einem Sternekoch ist ja wohl der Hammer.

Matt Tracy : Did I miss the part where the two actually met??

Tom McRand : aw they're both so sweet

arunprasath shankar : two greats!

Steve McNitt : So what happened to the restaurant now that chef has his own TV show?

Christopher Dowd : Hes complimenting Ramsey, nothing more. The public always has the wrong spin.