"A Cook's Tour" was a travel and food show, hosted by Anthony Bourdain.
He told Indie Wire in an interview published June 3: "Look, anytime I can get work out of Asia - even random suggestions... that's a huge help to the show", he said. "It's a shame I have to live with". "I know it's been a couple of days, but it is still so raw".
"The customers love it, many take photos next to the table", Ms Nga told the BBC earlier this year, adding: "For us, it is a nice memory that we will cherish forever".
"When you've seen what I've seen on a regular basis it changes your world view", he said.
Bourdain died by suicide while in France filming an episode of his Emmy-winning CNN food and travel programme Parts Unknown, the network said yesterday. I saw nothing that would indicate what happened like why this would happen. "I suppose I've learnt humility. I would ask that you respect their privacy and mine". "To have a man of his stature rise up and befriend me, it meant a lot to me".
"He is absolutely the last person in the world I would have ever dreamed would do something like this", she told the publication, which was a longtime editor for.
Rose, 44, - who has battled with her own mental health issues after claims she was sexually assaulted by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein - became friends with the culinary master when he showed support over the allegations.
"Anthony loved drinking and eating, tasting the delights of the world immersing himself in other cultures and countries - bringing the rest of us along on his journey", Cooper said, showing many clips of Bourdain's show "Parts Unknown".