Xenoblade 3: Cooking Guide

This guide offers tips and tricks for cooking in Xenoblade Chronicles 3. Discover new recipes, learn about their effects, and find out how to obtain them.

In Xenoblade 3, food can be obtained in two ways: by cooking at Rest Spots or by ordering from canteens. This guide covers both methods and provides a list of dishes and their effects.

  • Cooking at Rest Spots
  • Obtaining New Recipes
  • Food Effects
  • Recipes List

Cooking at Rest Spots

As you progress through the main storyline, you\’ll unlock the ability to cook meals at Rest Spots. Simply collect the necessary ingredients and Manana will prepare the food for you. If you\’re missing certain ingredients, you can pay with silver Nopon Coins to prepare a meal.

Obtaining New Recipes

New recipes can be obtained by ordering dishes from canteens. Each meal costs a certain amount of gold and has unique effects that differ from those prepared by Manana.

Food Effects

Each dish offers a different set of effects and bonuses. Refer to the list of dishes below to find out what each one does.

Recipes List

  • Brisky-Breeze Toastie
  • Cerise-Caprice Acqua Pazza
  • Creamy-Dreamy Fish Pie
  • Feisty-Spicy Zestbeans
  • Full-Filling Crispygrill
  • Highly-Piley Ocean\’s Bounty
  • Kerfluffled Torpedo Wrap
  • Manana Doodlenoodles
  • Manana\’s Battle Soup
  • Manana\’s Battle Soup DX
  • Mild Sizzle-Fizzle Stew
  • Miyabi\’s Rice Special
  • Monicurry Special
  • Shiny-Briny Lobster Boil
  • Squishy-Fishy Grillwrap
  • Stringy-Wingy Veggie Leclati
  • Well-Dressed Maktha Salad

Name: Maktha Salad with Dressing.

  • Can be found at: Michiba Canteen.
  • Price of the dish: 1200.
  • Bonuses from Food

    1. EXP Boost – increases the amount of experience points earned after defeating enemies.
    2. CP Boost – increases the amount of Class Points earned after defeating enemies.
    3. Gold Boost – increases the amount of gold obtained after defeating enemies.
    4. Drop Boost – increases the number of items dropped by defeated enemies.
    5. Collectible Boost – increases the chance of collecting more items while exploring.

    Brisky-Breeze Toastie

    1. Effect: 15% Drop Boost; 15% Collectible Boost.
    2. Duration: 49 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Fish-Fillet Toastie.
    4. Location: Colony 30.
    5. Price: 700.

    Cerise-Caprice Acqua Pazza

    1. Effect: 20% EXP Boost; 10% Drop Boost.
    2. Duration: 49 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Acqua Pazza a la City.
    4. Location: Michiba Canteen.
    5. Price: 1500.

    Creamy-Dreamy Fish Pie

    1. Effect: 20% Drop Boost; 45% Collectible Boost.
    2. Duration: 54 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Sunny-Style Fish Pie.
    4. Location: Colony Mu.
    5. Price: 1500.

    Feisty-Spicy Zestbeans

    1. Effect: 15% CP Boost; 5% Collectible Boost.
    2. Duration: 49 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Yapolta Veggie-Beans.
    4. Location: Colony Canteen 9.
    5. Price: 800.

    Full-Filling Crispygrill

    1. Effect: 25% Gold Boost; 15% Collectible Boost.
    2. Duration: 49 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Riverbird Crispygrill.
    4. Location: Colony Iota.
    5. Price: 1400.

    Highly-Piley Ocean\’s Bounty

    1. Effect: 30% CP Boost; 10% Drop Boost.
    2. Duration: 60 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Erythia Sashimi Plate.
    4. Location: Station Breakroom in Ascension Grounds.
    5. Price: 1800.

    Kerfluffled Torpedo Wrap

    1. Effect: 5% EXP Boost; 5% CP Boost.
    2. Duration: 49 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Mixed-Veg Torpedo Wrap.
    4. Location: Colony Canteen 4.
    5. Price: 500.

    Manana Doodlenoodles

    1. Effect: 35% EXP Boost; 35% CP Boost.
    2. Duration: 20 minutes.

    Manana\’s Battle Soup

    1. Effect: 5% EXP Boost; 5% CP Boost.
    2. Duration: 49 minutes.

    Manana\’s Battle Soup DX

    1. Effect: 15% EXP Boost; 10% CP Boost; 15% Drop Boost.
    2. Duration: 54 minutes.

    Mild Sizzle-Fizzle Stew

    1. Effect: 20% CP Boost; 10% Collectible Boost.
    2. Duration: 49 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Mild Game Stew.
    4. Location: Colony Canteen 11.
    5. Price: 1300.

    Miyabi\’s Rice Special

    1. Effect: 15% CP Boost; 15% Gold Boost; 15% Drop Boost.
    2. Duration: 60 minutes.

    Monicurry Special

    1. Effect: 25% EXP Boost; 25% Gold Boost; 20% Drop Boost.
    2. Duration: 47 minutes.

    Shiny-Briny Lobster Boil

    1. Effect: 30% Gold Boost; 25% Drop Boost; 10 Collectible Boost.
    2. Duration: 60 minutes.
    3. Location: Michiba Canteen.

    Squishy-Fishy Grillwrap

    1. Effect: 15% EXP Boost; 5% Collectible Boost.
    2. Duration: 60 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Redfish Grillwrap.
    4. Location: Colony Lambda Canteen.
    5. Price: 1000.

    Stringy-Wingy Veggie Leclati

    1. Effect: 5% EXP Boost; 15% Gold Boost.
    2. Duration: 49 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Meat \’n\’ Veg Leclati.
    4. Location: Colony Gamma Canteen.
    5. Price: 900.

    Well-Dressed Maktha Salad

    1. Effect: 10% Gold Boost; 20% Drop Boost.
    2. Duration: 49 minutes.
    3. Dish Name: Maktha Salad with Dressing.
    4. Location: Michiba Canteen.
    5. Price: 1200.

    Name:

    Maktha Ever-Greens.

    Can be found at:

    Colony Tau Canteen.

    Price of the dish:

    1100.

    FAQ

    1. What types of food can you cook in Xenoblade 3?

    In Xenoblade 3, there are a variety of foods you can cook, ranging from basic dishes to more complex ones. Basic dishes can be made by combining two ingredients, while more complex dishes may require three or more. Some examples of dishes you can cook include boiled fish, roasted meat, vegetable stir-fry, and mushroom soup.

    2. How do you obtain ingredients for cooking?

    There are several ways to obtain ingredients for cooking in Xenoblade 3. One way is to gather them from the environment, such as picking berries or fishing in a nearby body of water. Another way is to purchase them from merchants or collect them as rewards for completing quests. Some ingredients can also be obtained by defeating certain enemies.

    3. How do you cook food in Xenoblade 3?

    To cook food in Xenoblade 3, you must first have a cooking pot, which can be obtained from certain NPCs or purchased from merchants. Once you have a cooking pot, approach it and select the ingredients you wish to use. You can then choose to cook a basic dish or a more complex one, depending on the number of ingredients you have selected. After a short animation, your dish will be ready to eat!

    4. What are the benefits of cooking food in Xenoblade 3?

    Cooking food in Xenoblade 3 has several benefits. First and foremost, it restores your party\’s HP and provides various buffs, such as increased strength or agility. Additionally, some dishes may have special effects, such as making you resistant to certain types of damage or increasing your experience gain. Cooking can also be a good way to make money, as some dishes can be sold for a high price to merchants.

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