At the start of the twenty-third episode of Food Wars, the unthinkable is still happening – the judges in Group A are only giving out zeros!
Up next is Kurokiba Ryo’s dish.
A huge, plump, and delicious-looking lobster dish. Kurokiba’s secret ingredient is cognac.
Before the judges give their score, he tells them (quite fiercely) that his dish isn’t over yet. He brings out droppers of more cognac, and tells the judges to slurp the lobster meat out of the heads and then stuff themselves with more rice.
Kurokiba is quite “persuasive.”
Nikumi brings out a very plump meat and curry dish. The judges love it and try to stop themselves from eating the whole dish (in order to save room).
Nikumi’s rice perfectly complimented her meat. She learned from her shokugeki with Soma that a don must be a complete unison of flavors.
The judges love Ryoko Sakaki’s salt curry dish, too! ^.^
And now its Marui’s turn!
Marui’s club members support him and his dish.
Marui presents a very white curry pasta dish. Interesting!
Marui’s dish was first created by Louis Diat in 1917.
Marui is the Professor of Taste ^.^
Ibusaki Shun presents his special smoked curry dish. In fact, everything on the plate has been smoked.
Ibusaki is the Prince of Smoke!
And now the moment we’ve all been waiting for – Hayama and Soma’s dishes!
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