Among the Straw Hat Pirates, Sanji has remained one of the most popular within the manga, as it has proven not only to be one of the strongest members within one piecebut one of the best chefs in the Grand Line world, as this blonde-haired powerhouse chef has had a major role in the War For Wano arc.
Well, let’s remember that he was the main person responsible for the defeat of the Beast Pirates known as Queen, where the cook also received a miniseries from the creators of Food Wars in Yuto Tsukuda and Shun Saeki, and the artist has shared his opinion about the captain of the straw hatsLuffy.
That’s right, since one of the most important aspects of Sanji has not only been his ability to prepare delicious dishes while sailing the Grand Line alongside the Straw Hats on the Thousand Sunny, but also his past with the Vinsmoke family and Germa 66. For while their experience is one the chef has been trying to escape for most of his adult life, their bonds will often see him gain not only new strength, but also some wild new abilities that are synonymous with of the Sentai heroes like the Power Rangers or Kamen Rider.
Which is why, with the final arc of the series in the offing, it will be interesting to see what plans he has. Eiichiro Oda for the Straw Hat in the grand finale of the Shonen story, and now that a new version of Monkey D Luffy from the creators of Food Wars, following his short story that gave us a new look at the character of Sanji and what he was up to behind the scenes when it came to the Wano arc and the battle against the Beast Pirates.
We share the official description of Food Wars: Shokugeki no Sanjithe Sanji mini-series: “On the morning before meeting the crew of the Straw Hat Pirates, young sous-chef Sanji enjoys a leisurely day at work aboard the Baratie floating restaurant.”
“His momentary stasis is broken by the arrival of a food critic with gourmet tastes: a woman. who is not at all impressed with the food served to her by Baratie’s staff. With Baratie’s chef Zeff away on business, Sanji must deliver a meal capable of silencing the complaining critic before he can leave with a bad taste in his mouth.”