Here’s a question: Why is it called “Restaurant Wars”? There are two restaurants and they battle it out only once. So if anything, it should be called "Restaurants War," right?
Then again, it doesn’t matter what it is called, because it’s one of the most anticipated challenges for chefs and viewers alike. There are no product placements and no history lessons — just good old-fashioned cooking and service.
But first, let’s get caught up. After all, it has been a few weeks.
Last challenge, Katsuji won for making a side dish and Gregory took an uncharacteristic slip, landing on the bottom for making rubbery goose. But the judges weren’t going to send him home...