Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma Vol 3 Review

So already this is becoming one of my all time favourite manga and it has only been 2 installments so far. What did I think of the third installment?

The “teamwork and friendship-building” camp from hell begins! While most students are already petrified by the threat of instant expulsion for low marks, the unveiling of the teachers responsible for judging their dishes ratchets their fear to a whole new level! Just which fear-inducing teachers hold the culinary futures of Soma and the rest of the Polaris crew in their hands this time?

Taken from goodreads

So we get to see what the students are going to be able to do when they are put into an actual cooking scene and see how well they are able to cope with the pressure of cooking for multiple people at the same time. I love seeing the characters go from just being able to cook for  a few people to going to a restaurant scene. Not only that but they have got the additional test they need to do to show off to past graduates of the school. 

From start to finish the book was action packed, and of course I loved every single second of it as you wanted to turn the pages even faster in order to find out who was going to cook a dish better or who was going to win a specific duel.

The growing friendship between Megumi and Soma is so cute to see blossom into what it is now, especially after the events of this manga. I just want more of this, so please food wars give me more.

The volume left us with a major cliffhanger and now I want to jump straight into vol 4 so I am able to see what is going to happen next. 

5/5 

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