Restaurant to Another World

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4.4
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  • 34 out of 38 people found this review helpful:
    If Chronciles of Narnia was a cooking show
    Going to be honest, after watching Food Wars! I was burnt out (pun intended) on cooking anime. But I wanted to at least give this a chance, because you never know. And boy was I glad that I did.

    The premise is a cafe that's food is so delicious it's garnered the attention from powerful beings from another world. That "other world" has a heavy fantasy theme. The main characters consist of a ...
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  • 13 out of 14 people found this review helpful:
    Fantasy People Eating Modern Food: The Anime
    Look, I'm not going to say it's a mind-blowing adventure full of great characters or whatever. People and monsters and whatnot go through a magic door, they eat normal earth food that's prepared very well, and that's it. Medieval fantasy food apparently sucks, because they're all amazed.

    So why the good score? Because it's incredibly relaxing. Maybe it's because I also enjoy cooking, but ...
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  • 11 out of 12 people found this review helpful:
    "Please, Sir, I Want Some More."
    Food Wars! meets Maoyu. A quiet restaurant set firmly in Japan but serving non-Japanese food has a secret--it also takes customers from alien, magical realms! These beings arrive via the restaurant's front door, which has a habit of appearing in different places as a free-standing portal. We get to watch the interactions of these various beings, listening to their conversations ...
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  • 6 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    This is a watcher specific anime
    If I had to describe this anime, it's like a laid back Food wars with a fantasy theme. It's fairly repetitive, which, in this case at least, I don't think turned out to be a bad thing, but holds true to what it's meant to be. It's not some action packed shonen (might have spelled that wrong) or some lovey dovey romance. It's a light-hearted watch with a few comedic moments

    This show started off ...
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  • 9 out of 13 people found this review helpful:
    Excellent anime with a novel premise. It's about a restaurant that has a transdimensional entryway
    And, gets clients from all sorts of fantasy worlds, dragons, demons, lion and lizardfolk, and heroes and magicians. It reminds me somewhat of a novel I read years ago based on a bar with a similar clientele. The premise is compelling, and the anime nicely done with clients fighting over their food in the first scene. The anime is well done with good animation and with fascinating places that the ...
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  • 47 out of 91 people found this review helpful:
    Same formula every episode
    So here's the premise for every episode: Guy owns a restaurant with a door that appears in multiple worlds. People come through the door, are confused by the foreign decor and food presentation, but try the food anyway and like it, then leave. Somehow, everyone who enters the restaurant is an expert in food and can tell exactly what ingredients are in the dish they order and how each one was ...
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  • 7 out of 11 people found this review helpful:
    THIS IS A VERY INTRIGUING SHOW
    It's kinda like Food Wars without people getting turned on by food and Soma sweating while flipping a dozen omelets at a time
    But it kinda has that same relaxation Sweetness and Lightning has
    But also it has mystical and mystery behind it kinda like a novel
    its hard to describe you just have to watch the first episode you'll then if u like it
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    A comfy anime show to watch
    since episode 1 I fell in love with this show, it gives off a comfy feeling that warms the heart. Set in a fantasy world where a door magically appears once a week on a Saturday to our world in a restaurant where the beings from another world eat at. Its not as exciting as food wars but will make you hungry maybe more when you see the customers delighted in eating the food.

    tl;dr if your ...
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  • 3 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Very relaxed, formulaic series with a strong emphasis on food
    I write this review after watching the first four episodes - while things might still change a bit, the show already established a pretty strict formula: a Japanese restaurant, in which door connecting to a fantasy world opens once a week, is visited by unique and surprising guests. We learn about their stories, while also being presented with long sequences of them commenting on and eating ...
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  • 4 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Definitely an interesting new series
    From the first episode, Restaurant to Another World is a very enjoyable piece. It moves slow at first but I think that it worked well with setting everything up. It seems to be a very light-hearted show that promises good feels ith an enjoyable and memorable experience. This show definitely has potential.
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