When Najika was a little girl, her parents died, and she nearly did as well until a boy saved her and gave her a flan so that she'd stop crying. Since then Najika has wanted to once more meet her ‘Flan Prince,' though all she has to go on is the silver spoon he left behind. Now a young lady, Najika is on her way to Tokyo to study at Seika Academy, the origin of the spoon and a prestigious cooking school. While there she'll hone her culinary skills, help transform a school eatery into something special and make new friends such as the brothers Daichi and Sora - but will she ever find her prince?
My heart break and I couldn't stop crying....The story is bittersweet. I really enjoyed it. I'm not particular fond of the ending; after everything that happen in the story I wish for the character to have more of a happy ending. For those who doesn't like stories that are similar to the harsh reality of life...don't read it...I'm not saying because it's not good but because you'll be depressed for weeks and... read more
The first manga I ever read, and still one of my favorites. Not perfect, but a really enjoyable manga (even if it gets quite tagic at some parts). read more