I love the honesty that Tony uses when talking about himself and others
Tony.. See above
I like listening to audiobooks narrated by the author, this one was great.
A bloody valentine for foodies.
I love how Tony is as hard on himself as he is on others.
I like Tony's stories about his experiences in various restaurants, weather as a chef or as a patron.
I've purchased hundreds of audible books, and this is one of the worst. It is absolutely devoid of content. It is simply a collection of the author's musings on food, chefs, and the culinary world. Most of these are really trite and lacking in profundity. There is no story to hold the reader's attention, as in kitchen confidential. The author has clearly run out of things to say, yet he continues to be published because he is famous. He needs to quit while he's ahead.
Bourdain , dose not make the mark as he did in Kitchen Confidential. He is on a soap box to berate his peers in very lengthy and winy explanations. He lost credibility on this one .