And while Bourdain believes the legendary sushi master would likely prefer he drink house tea throughout the magnificent meal, he said he would "risk displeasing Jiro just this once" by enjoying all sorts of expensive sake. Specifically, Bourdain said, "[O]n this occasion, I’d order the most rare and expensive sakes he’d agree to sell me. In fact, I’d allow myself to get a little tipsy. Ideally, this being my last meal and all, I could convince the master to join me."
Check out Bourdain's full description of his ideal last meal right here, and promptly rethink what your own last meal will be like. Actually, don't do that. That shit's depressing.
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Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and just realized he hasn't had sushi in months. Wtf. Send news tips to email@example.com and follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.