Natraj Dining Hall & Restaurant | 22-24, City Station Road, Udaipur 313002, India
Tony starts his trip with a – gasp! – vegetarian meal that he raves about. It is a traditional all-you-can-eat Thali meal for about $1, consisting of potato, pickle, lentil, curd, beans, and bread. (NR2.9, 2006)

Lake Palace Hotel | Pichola, Udaipur, Rajasthan 313001, India
After a huge birthday party at the Prince’s palace, Tony swings in for a nightcap and raves about their Bombay Sapphire martini. (NR2.9, 2006)

Roadside Stand | ???
Tony stops at a roadside stand on his bus trip to Jodhpur for Dahi Kachori and chai. Good luck finding it. (NR2.9, 2006)

Marudhar Restaurant | Opp. Railway Station, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001, India
Hungry from his long journey atop a bus, Tony stops here for paratha, which he enjoys, and chach (or chaas), a yogurt-based drink that he does not enjoy. (NR2.9, 2006)

Jaisalmer Fort | Fort Road, Near Gopa Chowk, Amar Sagar Pol, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001, India
Tony walks through Jaisalmer Fort, one of the few “living forts” left in the world, and stops inside at a Bhang Lassi shop. Bhang Lassi is basically a marijuana milkshake, and they offer him a few different strengths. He also ends up getting some edibles for the road. (NR2.9, 2006)

Kolkata & Mumbai

Taj Bengal Hotel | 34B, Belvedere Road, Alipore, Kolkata, West Bengal 700027, India
Tony has a chicken dinner at his hotel. (NR2.10, 2006)

Malik Ghat Flower Market | P222, 1, Strand Bank Rd, Fairley Place, BBD Bagh, Kolkata, West Bengal 700001, India
Next to the flower market, Tony gets poori aloo bhaji, a dish of fried flour, potatoes, vegetables, and curry. (NR2.10, 2006)

Cricket Field Vendor | ???
After trying his hand with a random game of cricket, Tony gets muri from a street vendor, which is puffed rice, sauce, and cilantro. (NR2.10, 2006)

Bhendi Bazaar | Khau Galli, Mumbai
“Khau Galli” translates to “food street,” and Tony samples from various vendors. He samples kidneys on skewers, beda roti made with mincemeat, lungs, curried lamb brains with garam masala and parantha, and tandoori chicken. (NR2.10, 2006) *

Taj Mahal Cold Drinks House | Taj Mahal Cold Drink House, Sayed Abu Mohammed Road, Bhendi Bazaar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Tony swings by for falooda, a local cold drink served with either ice cream or milk. (NR2.10, 2006)

Dabawalla | Mumbai
While he acts out his big movie producer fantasies, Bourdain has lunch delivered by a dabawalla, an ultra-consistent food delivery service in Mumbai. He gets an array of rice, curry, and vegetables. (NR2.10, 2006)