Genshin Impact Wanderer Special Dish

The Genshin Impact Wanderer special dish has been the topic of some discussion among Travelers, so we’re here to clear it all up. In this guide, we are going to show you how to make Scaramouche’s special dish in Genshin Impact, Unagi Chazuke. We will also tell you what its effect is and why it’s worth the trouble.

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Genshin Impact Wanderer Special Dish

Wanderer Special Dish in Genshin Impact

The special dish the Wanderer cooks in Genshin Impact is a variant of Unagi Chazuke, called Shimi Chazuke. So, what you need to do is cook Unagi Chazuke as the Wanderer, or Scaramouche. You can purchase the recipe in Inazuma City; more specifically, at Shimura’s restaurant. It’s in the northwest of the city. Talk to the owner, Shimura Kanbei, and peruse his shop. The Unagi Chazuke recipe costs 4500 Mora, which really isn’t that bad at all. The necessary ingredients are 4x Eel Meat, 3x Rice, 3x Seagrass, and 1x Salt. Playing as Scaramouche, place all of those ingredients into a pot at a cooking station, and boom, you get his three-star dish. Easy as pie, except it’s more of a soup.

And there you have it, that’s how you make the Genshin Impact Wanderer special dish. It’s really simple once you know what to do. And it’s worth the effort, I must say. Eating the Shimi Chazuke increases the Healing Bonus of the whole party by 25% for 300 seconds (or 5 minutes, if you prefer). It’s definitely an improvement over the Unagi Chazuke, which “only” increases the Healing Bonus by 15%, 17% or 20%, depending on the quality. If you’re playing in co-op mode, though, the effects only apply to the player that has consumed the dish. The same is true for all meals in co-op, but it bears repeating, just in case. You don’t want to be stuck in the middle of the fight with a friend and not have the expected bonus.

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