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Old 2017-09-20, 04:09   Link #421
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That's up to production committee, not the studio. IIRC the anime didn't seem to boost novel sales much from what I saw and the discs aren't ranking well either. Still not impossible, but highly unlikely at moment unfortunately.
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Old 2017-09-20, 04:32   Link #422
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Thank you Applehell-san but notice I said works as project only I know this anime and death march doing by sliver link
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Old 2017-09-20, 05:10   Link #423
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despite some have said the animation quality is only average, I personally think the art of this anime is great, it is vibrant and colourful, and the characters really stand out, for example Kuro and the elf lady
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Old 2017-09-21, 02:08   Link #424
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Plot Twist at the end... didn't think the Chef was actually also from the other world (well his parents/ grandparents at least)

That totally explain how the Chef can prepare food so fast and so much in a non-stop continues cooking... he most likely also inherited the Hero's stamina.

Too bad he wasn't taught magic, could probably help the Chef in certain ways in making food faster or something, lol.
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Old 2017-09-21, 06:14   Link #425
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Watched episode 12:

Tasty looking pork soup... Aletta can't wait to eat it - but she has to wait till evening.

Oh, and that Alex half elf is not a bad guy after all... he's a strong hero, but still very much afraid of Kuro.

Sad that this great anime has to end... hoping very much for a season 2. No more weekly good food.

Score = 9/10

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Old 2017-09-22, 04:00   Link #426
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Do take note that some Japanese restaurants do serve special miso soup in place of ordinary miso soup with kombu, tofu & sometimes radish in special occasions. Be it pork, clams, mushrooms or any seafood.

Anyway, I'm gonna genuinely miss this slice of life show, the people and the sweet girl Aletta most of all. Isekai Shokudou will have a special place in my heart & mind.
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Old 2017-09-25, 10:58   Link #427
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Really enjoyed watching this every week. It was refreshing, quirky and fun.

I always watched it just when i was about to have a bite.

I'm gonna miss it and i secretly hope for another season.
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Old 2017-09-29, 06:57   Link #428
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I miss the show already... not hearing anymore the opening of the door to the resto, see Aletta, Kuro and tenshu serving good food.
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Old 2017-10-29, 07:35   Link #429
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Have eaten salisbury steak at the mall today. Instantly made me remember this anime.

Anyway, I still rewatch episodes every now and then. They're still entertaining.
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Old 2018-02-27, 02:55   Link #430
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The term "isekai" had developed a stigma for some. Can't blame them; some shows use it for the novelty, others for an excuse to shove video game mechanics into a fantasy world. However, Isekai Shokudou, aside from delivering a delectable display of Western-style cuisine, is commendable in one particular aspect—the show managed to slowly develop an interesting fantasy world. Each episode, we get a small piece of the fantasy world in the eyes and tastebuds of the patrons and new customers of Nekoya, and no time is wasted in patiently building up the story. Like a sturdy house, each detail was built up like bricks, with each brick complementing the other as it slowly stands as a complete structure. As a result, each episode not only leaves my stomach longing for croquettes; it also makes me more informed about the setting itself, like finishing a casual chat with the patrons of the the restaurant.

Whew, I could use some potato dishes. That marathon has left me craving.
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