|Dish type||Exotic Dish|
|Where to Make||Improved Kitchen|
|Selling Price||210 Glims|
Tuna Tataki is a regular-sized exotic dish you can cook in Spiritfarer. Its ingredients include any kind of tuna and a savory veggie.
What You Need
Here’s what you need to whip up this exotic dish:
- Improved Kitchen
- 1 Tuna (Any Kind)
- 1 Savory Veggie (Any Kind)
For your kitchen, simply follow Atul’s storyline until you reach the “Big Stove” request. Here, you’ll get rewarded with the blueprint for the kitchen improvement.
How To Get Tuna
Tuna can be caught in specific spots on the map sporting the tuna logo. Each spot also only contains 1 fish to catch, but it refreshes shortly after.
There are also 3 kinds of tuna you can choose to catch, found in these locations:
- Albacore Tuna (Furogawa Region, Everdoor Area)
- Yellowfin Tuna (Oxbury Region)
- Bluefin Tuna (Winter Side of Hummingberg Region)
To catch any of these tunas, sail to any of the areas at any time of day and follow the same fishing minigame at the back of the ship.
Tip: While fishing, make sure to let go of the reel once it turns red to stop your line from breaking, and reel again once it goes back to yellow.
Also note that tunas are the hardest fishes to catch in Spiritfarer, and can take you anywhere between 2-3 mins of reeling before successfully getting one. In our experience, the Yellowfin Tuna are the easiest type to catch.
How To Get Savory Veggies
First, choose what savory veggie you want to grow. These veggies start as seeds and can be purchased from the Raccoon Inc. branches in these islands:
- Garlic Seeds (180 Glims, Greymist Peaks shop)
- Olive Seeds (2,120 Glims, Edgeborough Lane shop)
- Onion Seeds (250 Glims, Greymist Peaks shop)
- Tomato Seeds (200 Glims, Greymist Peaks shop)
After getting the seeds, plant them in your Field and regularly water them until the crops are fully grown.
Alternatively, you can save yourself some time by playing the “Plantasia Fantastica” minigame to make them grow within a minute or so.
How To Cook Tuna Tataki
Combine your choice of Tuna and Savory Veggie in the Kitchen oven to start the cooking process.
A timer will pop out, and your dish will be ready once it’s done counting down (smoke will start coming out). The waiting times for each dish differs, so pay attention to the timer and make sure to not overcook your dish.
As far as spirits go, Tuna Tataki can be fed to only two spirits:
This dish can also be sold to Raccoon shop locations for 210 Glims each.