Tony arrives in the dead of winter in Harbin, China, a season that defines the Dongbei people and the nature of their cuisine. Tony samples hearty stews, mountains of dumplings and the sharp flavors of ...Go to Episode
Anthony Bourdain heads to this expat bar to meet up with Alan Wong, a local Harbiner and Tony's guide for the majority of his trip.
Nangang, Harbin, China
Bai Yi Da Di Guo
This hot pot restaurant has communal tables built over coal stoves used to keep the food hot during the meal.
USA Bucks Bar
At this unique and American kitsch location on Harbin's main street, USA Bucks Bar serves up a hearty snack of local sausages and beer.
Lao Liu Sha Zhu Cai (Old Liu's Kill Pig Cuisine)
In the form of a grand banquet, this jovial restaurant celebrates pork in as many different ways as you can imagine.
Around the World
Harbin's Russian locals dine at this spot where they serve up amazing food along with copious amounts of vodka.
Da Song Shui Jiao (Big Song's Dumplings)
Tony and Alan hit up a tiny dumpling shop to try its version of Harbin's dumpling flare.