We've compiled the best of Anthony Bourdain's Eastern Hemisphere trips in The Eastern Hemisphere Files - Volume 1, in which he explores Australia. In Melbourne, Tony meets up with Paul Wilson, a British chef, for a tour of Queen Victoria Market, a popular spot for locals. The market is filled with fresh produce, fish and cuts of meat. Paul's restaurant, the Half Moon, is also home to freshly cooked, delicious ingredients cooked to perfection, which Tony enjoys with Paul's local chefs friends. Another popular spot for local Melbournians is the trugo field. Trugo is a sport similar to croquet and bowling combined, which Tony's friend, Matt, introduces to him. After a couple drinks at a local bar, Matt and Tony enjoy dinner at Rumi, a fantastic example of Lebanese cuisine. Fried brains, soft-shell prawns, and a variety of roasted and marinated meats fill the dinner table. Upon Tony's arrival to Sydney, he and chef Matt Moran fly to Matt's family's lamb and beef farm, Greenhills Farms. Matt and his father show Tony how to properly butcher a lamb into various cuts, which they then throw on the "barbie" with some salt and oil. Next stop is Harry's Café de Wheels, which has the most famous and traditional meat pies in Sydney. Tony orders a curry tiger pie, or as he likes to call it, a "volcano of love," along with a ginger beer. Meat pie is followed by a boat ride to Olympic Park, where Tony sees his first Australian rugby game. The following morning, Tony finds himself fully suited in scuba gear and inside an aquatic tank, surrounded by 11-foot-long grey nurse sharks. Then Tony heads to Matt's local community restaurant Chiswick, which contains all the goodies from Matt's family's farm. Here, Tony and Matt feast on delicious slow-roasted lamb shoulder and Moran family beef.