The Best “Food Wars Watch Order” for Starters!

food wars watch order

Food Wars is an anime based on the manga with the same name. Just by looking at the dishes served in the anime, we’ll drool over again and again.

You can watch the first season without any complications, but once you get over that, the title makes you confuse, and you’ll be left in a pause state. So, here’s the Food Wars watch order to make your efforts easier.

Food Wars Watch Order!

1. Shougeki no Souma

Food Wars Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 24
  • Aired: 2015

Once you made up your mind about watching Food Wars! anime, you need to jump straight into the very first part, “Shougeki no Souma.” I’d say it is a masterpiece with all the food battles and moments.

Also, it makes you anticipate all the time what will happen next. Thus, you can have fun in the right way by watching this one first.

2. Shougeki no Souma: Ni no Sora

Food Wars Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 13
  • Aired: 2016

Also known as “Food Wars! Second Plate,” it is the second part of the Food Wars watch order. So, once you’re done with the first part, go with this one. Although it only has 13 episodes, It’ll keep you excited all the time.

3. Shougeki no Souma: San no Sara

Food Wars Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: 2017

As it is titled “Food Wars! Third Plate,” it should be served as the third plate to your watch. If you found the first two dishes (two seasons) delicious, you’ll drool over this one too.

4. San no Sara: Toutskuki ressha-hen

Food Wars Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: 2018

It is basically the second part of the third season, and we could’ve mentioned all the titles in English, but most of the websites you’re going to watch bring the results out with these names.

So, it makes it easier for you to find the right season without any confusion. If you feel easier to see the titles in English, you can see them below after all these titles.

5. Shougeki no Souma: Shin no Sara

Food Wars Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: 2019

Food Wars! Fourth Plate” is the fourth season of the anime, and once you’re finished watching all three seasons, including part 2 of season 3, go on with this one.

6. Shougeki no Souma: Gou no Sara

Food Wars Watch Order!
  • Episodes: 13
  • Aired: 2020

The latest and the last one in the franchise comes up with quite an interesting premise. It ended in September 2020 with some pretty Episodes, and once you finish watching all the four seasons, you can watch this one.

Titles in English:

  • Food Wars! The First Plate
  • Food Wars! The Second Plate
  • Food Wars! The Third Plate
  • Food Wars! The Third Plate: Totsuki Train Arc
  • Food Wars! The Fourth Plate
  • Food Wars! The Fifth Plate

A Quick Review on Food Wars!

Food Wars! is not just a simple Shounen but an anticipate builder that makes you binge-watch all the seasons without taking any breaks.

From its storyline, characters, and moments, it doesn’t even need any fan service. With the perfect blend of humor, suspense, and a well-thought story, Food Wars definitely surpasses your expectations.

So, we hope you’ll enjoy your watch and to do that make sure to follow the above watch order.

A Word from Us!

Well, that completes the dish, and now all that is left is for you to taste it and judge yourself. For sure, you’re going to witness a Shonen masterpiece, but it also depends on how you take it.

To make your efforts easier, we’ve provided the titles in both Japanese and English languages. So, dig in while you can and have a great time by adding this anime to your favorite list.

So, do you think this article helped you in some way? If so, let us know what you think in the comments below.

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