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The Baratie[1] is an ocean-going restaurant[1] run by Zeff. It is located in the Sambas Region (サンバス海域 Sanbasu Kaiiki?) of the East Blue,[2] close to the entrance of the Grand Line. It is the setting of the Baratie Arc.

Appearance and Features[edit | edit source]

The Baratie is a fairly large ship. It takes an oval shape, with the normal masts but has a fish as a front-piece/head.[1] The Baratie has a round bottom. A small array of cannons are lined on the sides, which can be used for battle. The Baratie also has four levels:

  • Lower deck, which is where the main restaurant is.
  • Middle Deck, which is the main kitchen.
  • Upper Deck, where twenty three cooks reside.
  • The fins that fold out to the sides from underneath are to stabilize the restaurant during harsh weather and also, are used as a battle platform to prevent the restaurant itself from receiving collateral damage.[3]

The Baratie has certain parts that caught the interest of Don Krieg. One main part was that the Baratie has "fins". The bottom of the ship was rounded, and could be extended into "fins" or a battle deck. Also, the fish head of the ship can be detached to make the mobile attack unit Sabagashira I. Similar to a pedal boat, it is covered and made out of metal. Cannons are stationed inside of the fish's mouth.[3]

The ship had a few secondary boats. One of them was a supply boat, which was handed off to Gin and the remnants of the Krieg Pirates after their defeat. Yet another boat was given to Sanji, so he, Monkey D. Luffy and Yosaku could sail to Cocoyasi Village

After two years, the Baratie has expanded with headquarters undergoing major renovations, with several floors added, and with at least two other sister ships.

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Baratie hedquarters undergoing renovation.
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Dessert ship "Sister Anko".
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Teppanyaki ship "Nasugasira".

Characters[edit | edit source]

See also the associated category: Baratie Characters.
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Baratie
Staff
Head Chef
Zeff
Patissier
Patty
Meat Master
Carne
Sous Chef
Sanji 
Chore Boy
Monkey D. Luffy 
Notable Visitors
Fullbody Moodie Motzel Roxanne Roronoa Zoro
Nami Usopp Gin Gally Batchee *
Mitsuboshi  Savarin 

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Chefs[edit | edit source]

The Baratie is owned and headed by Zeff, who founded it 12 years ago with the help of a 9-year-old Sanji. After its founding, Zeff assumed the position of head chef, with Sanji becoming the young sous chef.

The Baratie staff is noted for being a staff of outcasts, exiles and pirate types.[4] Its owner is a renowned former pirate captain, and Sanji himself came to help co-found the restaurant after being exiled from his family. Most of the chefs (including Patty and Carne) also joined up after being chased out of other restaurants and responding to Zeff's adverts for "damn cooks".[5] When the restaurant came under attack by the Krieg Pirates, the cooking staff decided to defend it because it was the one place that had accepted them.[6] The staff mostly fights with oversized cutlery, like forks and knives.

The chefs on board the Baratie are well-known for fighting in the restaurant, usually against pirates who come to try to steal food. However, Zeff and Sanji were particularly known for attacking ungrateful or rowdy customers, much to Patty's despair, and would do so in full view of the other customers.

After Sanji received his first bounty from the World Government, the other chefs responded by handing out copies to customers and displaying it inside the restaurant. Rather than being worried about connecting themselves to a famous pirate crew, the Baratie chefs are proud about it and use it to market themselves to their customers.[7]

Customers[edit | edit source]

Red-Eyed Man[edit | edit source]

He was a famous customer at the Baratie. His real name is unknown. Johnny, having heard of him and mistaking him for "Hawk-Eye", told Zoro that Dracule Mihawk might be found at the Baratie.

He frequently visited the Baratie, but one day, he got drunk on wine and died after setting himself on fire. The flames were said to be quite beautiful.

He was only mentioned in the manga upon the recollections of the chefs in Chapter 49.[8] In the anime, he was not mentioned at all.

Fullbody[edit | edit source]

The Baratie was also frequented by the Marine Lieutenant Fullbody. On one occasion, he brought a date, Moodie, whom he tried to impress with his knowledge of fine wine. After Sanji called him out for being wrong, Fullbody attacked Sanji, only for the sous chef to beat him bloody in response.

History[edit | edit source]

Past[edit | edit source]

Ten years before Luffy arrived at the Baratie, hoping to find a cook for his young crew, Zeff founded the Baratie with Sanji's help and support. After the Cook Pirates attacked the Orbit, both Zeff and a 9-year-old Sanji were stranded on a rock for 85 days. During this time, Zeff discussed with Sanji the idea of starting a restaurant floating on the sea, and Sanji promised that if they survived, he would help Zeff achieve that goal.[9] After they were rescued on the 85th day, Zeff sold all the treasure he had and purchased the Baratie. As the restaurant's new head chef, he told Sanji (the new sous chef) that all customers would be welcome, no matter how villainous they were.[10]

Baratie Arc[edit | edit source]

During Luffy's brief stint working at the Baratie, the restaurant was attacked by the Krieg Pirates after Sanji gave Gin some food.[11] Gin responded by taking the armada to the Baratie, as the armada was starving to death. After Zeff gave Krieg some food, which the cooks of Baratie would not do, Krieg attempted to capture the Baratie, saying that it would be the perfect disguise to attack towns and other ships. The cooks began to prepare to fight against the Wolves of the Sea, the nickname given to the armada, and Krieg's weapon arsenal. Later, after a long and arduous battle between Krieg and Luffy, Baratie was successfully defended.

From the Decks of the World[edit | edit source]

Two years later, Baratie undergoes some major remodeling,[12] with a new submarine dessert ship called "Sister Anko"[13] and a hot plate expansion ship called "Nasugasira".[14]

Major Battles[edit | edit source]

Translation and Dub Issues[edit | edit source]

Due to lack of proper Japanese to English translation, Baratie was translated as Valatie in the One Piece opening music "Share the World".

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • There is a Little Baratie on the anime filler island, Little East Blue, which looks just like the original except it resides in a small pond.
  • During Patty's first debut in the anime, when he was saying some kind of motivational motto to himself in the bathroom mirror, "Eiichiro Oda", One Piece's creator, is written in the lower-right corner of the mirror.
  • Oda worked part-time at a restaurant named "Baratei" (薔薇亭 Bara-tei?, literally meaning "Rose Arbor").[15]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 5 Chapter 43 (p. 3) and Episode 20, Romanization of the Baratie's name can be seen on its side.
  2. One Piece 15th Anniversary: Dive to Grand World (p. 4) , One Piece World Map.
  3. 3.0 3.1 One Piece Manga — Vol. 6 Chapter 53.
  4. One Piece Manga — Vol. 5 Chapter 44, Fullbody compares the Baratie chefs to a pirate crew.
  5. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 8 Chapter 68 (p. 12) and Episode 25, Patty and Carne join Baratie.
  6. One Piece Manga — Vol. 6 Chapter 48, The Baratie cooks decide to defend Zeff and the restaurant from Don Krieg.
  7. One Piece Manga — Vol. 45 Chapter 440, The Baratie chefs respond to Sanji's first bounty poster.
  8. One Piece Manga — Vol. 6 Chapter 49, The red-eyed customer is mentioned.
  9. One Piece Manga — Vol. 7 Chapter 58, Zeff and Sanji talk about the possibility of opening a floating restaurant.
  10. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 8 Chapter 68 and Episode 21, Zeff shows Sanji the newly-purchased Baratie.
  11. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 5 Chapter 44 and Episode 21.
  12. One Piece Manga — Vol. 63 Chapter 625, cover story: From the Decks of the World Vol. 11, Zeff is seen with Baratie being remodeled.
  13. One Piece Manga — Vol. 63 Chapter 626, cover story: From the Decks of the World Vol. 12, name-Anko
  14. One Piece Manga — Vol. 64 Chapter 627, cover story: From the Decks of the World Vol. 13, Carne introduces the Nasugasira.
  15. 12/30/2010 - 1/6 issue of Shukan Bunshun

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