'Iron Chef America' Chairman Mark Dacascos Is Cooking Up a Sale in Westlake Village

  • 'Iron Chef' Worthy Kitchen

    'Iron Chef' Worthy Kitchen

  • Charming and Traditional

    Charming and Traditional

  • Separate Dining Room

    Separate Dining Room

Fans of "Iron Chef America" may wonder about the dwelling of the show's mysterious Chairman, played by actor and martial artist Mark Dacascos. Is there a competition over a " secret ingredient" at breakfast?

It turns out, off camera, there's no hunger for drama. The star's home in Westlake Village, CA, is on the market for $1.6 million, and it's as traditional -- and charming -- as it gets. We've got the dish.

The 4,523-square-foot home in a gated community includes vaulted ceilings, a wet bar, three gas fireplaces, a formal living room, and a formal dining room. The backyard offers "extreme privacy," along with an oversize deck and a detached studio, according to the listing with broker Ryan Shimp of Engel & Volkers.

The kitchen is apparently worthy of "Iron Chef." There's a dining nook, granite countertops, a walk-in pantry, and stainless-steel appliances.

We're not sure what the Hawaiian native's next move is, but the 51-year-old did give one possible scenario in an interview with HILuxury: "I'd like to go back to Europe, then a little bit in Asia and then come back to Hawai'i. I think that's the perfect plan."