It has a high chance of giving a Snurp Radish ★ or ★★ when defeated.
It has the highest attack of any non-boss monster in the game.
It resembles a huge Tasty Snurp, now with eyebrows. It has more spots and its green bud is bigger.
|Action name||Description||Chance to use||Hit rate|
|Attack||The Delicious Snurp flings its "nose" at a Mii, doing high damage.||100%||100%|
|1000||300||200||0||144||Worried Explorer's Quests|
Unlike the other two huge Snurp types, (Rich Snurp and Very Rare Snurp) there is no location in the game where they can be farmed and only appear as Worried Explorer quest bosses, either on their own or as part of Level 50 quests featuring all three types.
However, Tasty Snurps (which can be farmed) may drop all three Snurp Radish types, so killing it is only really required for the Journal.
In the Switch version, they can also randomly appear on the way to an outing.
- In the Japanese name, tokujou literally means "special grade (dish)." This word is used for ★★-quality grub in the Japanese version of Miitopia.
- It is one of only five Snurps which don't appear in Otherworld's "Snurp hunt" route, the others being the Rich Snurp, Black Snurp, Boss Snurp and the Juvenile Snurp.
- If Fiends and Terror Fiends aren’t counted, the Delicious Snurp has the highest Speed of all Monsters.
- Green Snurp
- Water Snurp
- Black Snurp
- Gold Snurp
- Rich Snurp
- Rare Snurp
- Very Rare Snurp
- Tasty Snurp
- Juvenile Snurp
- Boss Snurp