Let's face it: Super Saiyans know how to eat. If you have ever seen Son Goku feast on fried rice, then you know the hero's has an insatiable appetite. Both Goku and Vegeta are shown eating plenty of food in the Dragon Ball universe, and their delicious food will leave any fan drooling.
So, if you have ever wanted to chow down on the anime's tasty treats, then your time has come. Four malls in Japan have tamed up to create a special menu based on dragon Ball, and it would fill even Goku.
So far, four locations in Gransta, Gransta Marunochi, Granrood, and Granroof Front have come together to bring Dragon Ball's cuisine to life. The feat will begin this weekend and continue until late February, so fans can take their time when they sample the rare treats. A full menu of anime-inspired plates will be offered like Spirit Bomb ramen and Dragon Ball buns. Seriously, their tarts look out of this world, and Lord Beerus would surely scarf them down.
You can check out pictures of the tasty treats in the following slides!
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Dragon Ball Super airs on Crunchyroll Saturdays at 7:15 p.m. CST. Toonami will begin airing the English dub on Adult Swim Saturdays at 11:30 p.m ET.