Genshin Impact's Garlic Baguette: Recipe, Locations, and Effects and More
Genshin Impact's latest update has introduced a delectable addition to its array of dishes – the Garlic Baguette. Whether you're a completionist, a fan of memes, or seeking a party-wide ATK boost, this dish should be on your list. In this guide, we'll look at the two main ways to get this dish and the recipe for it so you can enjoy the taste for yourself anytime.
Where to Get Garlic Baguette in Genshin Impact
Louis' Snack Shop in the Court of Fontaine:
Head to Louis' snack shop, south of Café Lucerne on the same street in the Court of Fontaine.
Buy the Garlic Baguette recipe from Louis for 2500 Mora.
Open your inventory and use the recipe to learn how to cook the dish. To prepare one portion, you'll need four Flour and two Butter.
Hotel Debord in the Court of Fontaine:
Teleport to the Hotel Debord using the Genshin Impact map.
Talk to Sanguinetti and buy two portions of Garlic Baguette for 1850 Mora each.
The shop refreshes daily, allowing you to return for more portions.
How to Cook Garlic Baguette in Genshin Impact
Buy Flour and Butter from vendors or gather raw materials such as Wheat for Flour and Milk for Butter.
Wheat can be obtained by destroying destructible objects, while Milk needs to be bought from the grocery store.
Head to the nearest stove after obtaining the necessary ingredients.
Use four Flour and two Butter to craft the Garlic Baguette.
Engage in a quick cooking mini-game to complete the process.
Effects of Garlic Baguette
The quality of the Garlic Baguette determines the ATK boost it provides to all party members upon consumption:
Suspicious (2-star): 66 ATK for 300 seconds.
Normal (2-star): 81 ATK for 300 seconds.
Delicious (2-star): 95 ATK for 300 seconds.
In Co-Op Mode, the buff applies only to your character.
The Garlic Baguette in Genshin Impact is a must-try dish for adventurers looking for a tasty boost to their party's ATK. This dish highlights the delights that Fontaine has to offer in Genshin Impact version 4.3, with its simple recipe and many sources.