From potato omelette to bravas: The protagonists of “One Piece” tell us about their favorite Spanish dishes.
Since its premiere, the live-action adaptation of “One Piece” for Netflix has generated all kinds of reactions among fans. But, beyond the plot and the characters, there is a debate that is stealing the scene: Spanish food.
Actors Iñaki Godoy (Luffy) y Taz Skylar (Sanji) have shared their opinions on the matter, and fans can’t help but take sides.
Battle of flavors in sight!
The main theme arose from a video in which the two actors They discuss their favorite Spanish foods.. While Skylar passionately defends the potato omelette, Godoy surprises with a statement: in Spain, we eat lizards.
Netflix, always attentive to the comments of its viewers, proposed a survey in the form of a tweet, asking about the eternal division: potato omelette, with or without onion? Skylar’s response was immediate. In another tweet, the actor who plays Sanji stated thatAlthough both options are delicious, he has a special weakness for the tortilla served at “Museo del Vino”, a charming place in Oyartzun. And yes, that tortilla is without onion. The word to describe that experience? EPIC!
But, what about that curious mention by Godoy about lizards? Although many fans may have taken the joke with humor, it is interesting to note how these types of comments can generate all kinds of responses and memes on the networks. “One Piece” is not just a series about pirates and adventuresis also a platform where actors and fans can interact and share experiences, even if they focus on culinary appetite.
The gastronomic influence in “One Piece”
For those unfamiliar with the original work, it may seem curious that two actors in an adventure series argue about food. However, the gastronomy plays a crucial role in the world of the series based on a manga. Sanji, one of the protagonists, is the ship’s chef and his love for food is an essential part of his character.
The meals in the series, from banquets to simple sandwiches, are a reflection of the diversity of cultures and places that the protagonists visit on their travels. And now, with the adaptation on Netflix and the focus on Spain, fans have a new layer of flavor to taste and debate.
While we wait for the second season of One Piece to arrive on Netflix, it’s fun to see how the actors behind our favorite characters interact and share their personal tastes. Whether debating omelettes or mentioning unusual foods, Spanish food has become a new protagonist in this adventure.
A deeper look at the food and character connection
The relationship between food and characters It is not just a funny detail for fans, but an example of the detail and depth with which each element is addressed in One Piece. Each dish, each culinary reference, has a reason for being and connects with the personality or history of a character. Sanji, with his unwavering passion for cooking, has served countless dishes throughout the series that reflect both his culinary talent and his personal evolution. Every time he prepares a meal, he not only nourishes his companions, but also offers them comfort, joy, and a moment of pause in his intense adventures.
Furthermore, this interest in gastronomy extends to other team members. It is not uncommon to see Luffy enthusiastically devouring dish after dish, reflecting his inexhaustible energy and love for life. Others, like Zoro or Nami, also have their favorite dishes that, on more than one occasion, have been the focus of an anecdote or comic moment. It is this love of food and how it is intertwined with the narrative that makes One Piece a work rich in detail and flavor.