At the start of the eleventh episode of Food Wars, Shinomiya is angrily objecting to Soma’s shokugeki proposition. How can he allow a student to pass that alters his recette?
Shinomiya says that in order for a shokugeki to be valid, both sides have to agree.
Gin shows up all of a sudden and “recommends” that Shinomiya take on Soma’s shokugeki ^.^
Megumi is really mad and thankful that Soma defended her. It means a lot to her. She wants to stay with him and the other Polar Star students.
The other Polar Star students aren’t sure where Soma and Megumi are. They’re wondering if they got into some trouble…
Due to Gin’s suggestion, the shokugki took place even though Shinomiya objected. And, as a result, Gin also recommends that Soma not take the lead in this shokugeki. He must support Megumi as her sous chef.
Megumi becomes really nervous.
Thankfully, Soma knew a quick way to get rid of nervousness – his dad taught him.
Shinomiya begins cooking his dish, but it seems like he’s not giving it his all.
Game time! Time to open up Tadokoro Diner!
Soma stays one step ahead of Megumi throughout her cooking – he doesn’t want her to feel pressured at all.
Shinomiya’s dish looks beautiful.
His dish shows how he was able to go to France alone and create an award-winning restaurant, SHINO’s.
Will Soma and Megumi’s dish be able to beat the Magician of Legume’s?
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