At the end of the last episode of Food Wars, Isshiki had unexpectedly challenged Soma to a cook off. At the start of the fifth episode, we see Isshiki’s creation – a beautifully cooked fish that perfectly captures the season’s delicacies. Soma is amazed.
Isshiki reveals that he is the seventh seat of the Elite Ten.
Soma now realizes why his Dad sent him to Totsuki.
Soma decides to combat Isshiki’s dish with a Yukihira Diner secret menu item ^.^
A few other dorm mates wake up and watch Soma cook.
Soma and Isshiki’s match is heated!
Everyone tastes Soma’s dish. It’s delicious! Isshiki is amazed that Soma knew a classic French technique – cooking a fish with oil on top. Soma explains that his Dad had taught him one day.
The decision is that the match is a draw.
The party goers begin to wake up and go back to their own rooms.
When everyone goes to the dining hall the next day for breakfast, they find Soma already there with his cooking gear.
Soma challenges Isshiki to another cook-off. This time, Soma asks to put Isshiki’s seventh seat on the line… ^.^
Meanwhile, there is an official Shokugeki going on at the school’s cooking hall.
The Chanko Research Society is challenging Erina because she, who is the youngest member of the Elite Ten, convinced the council to discontinue funding their club.
Erina wins the duel, consequently starting the demolition of the Chanko Research Society’s building.
At the end of the fifth episode, Isshiki predicts that Soma will forever change Totsuki ^.^
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