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"A critic in search of the choicest eats. Has strange tastes in food."

- Mii Cast description

Appearance

The Roaming Gourmet has blonde hair styled in big curls on the sides. He wears orange clothing with a white cloth tied around the neck as his bib.

Bio

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The Roaming Gourmet, like the Quizmaster, appears on a certain part of a map and disappears after being visited. He serves as a grub giver, sharing three portions of a rare grub otherwise only obtainable in chests or as prizes from the Roulette. Whenever he is visited, he is always seen praising a grub placed on the table, ready to eat. After commenting on said delicacy, he will spot the on-screen party member and decide to share the food.

The Roaming Gourmet can still be encountered during the post-game, sometimes showing up in temporary dungeons. When he appears in a temporary dungeon, the party will receive another three of the signature grub.

Obtainable Grub

The grub obtained from the Roaming Gourmet differ by region. He can never show up in "dangerous" and unlivable regions, those being The Sky Scraper, Otherworld, and New Lumos. Temporary dungeons can randomly include him in the level layout.

Beginner Regions Late Regions
Grub Region Grub Region
Cheesecake

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Greenhorne

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Warming Soup

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Powdered Peaks
Doner Kebab

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Neksdor.

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Mysterious Crepe

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Peculia
Elven Potion

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Realm of the Fey

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Frozen Ready Meal

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Nimbus
Geothermal Pizza

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Karkaton

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Grilled Mahimahi

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Galados Isle

Trivia

  • His default English name in the Nintendo Switch version is based on a character from Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door of the same name.
  • The default Mii used for the Roaming Gourmet in the Nintendo Switch version is identical to the Mii used in the Chef’s artwork for the Nintendo 3DS version, albeit with a lighter skin tone.

Gallery

Names in other languages

Default Mii

Language Name[1] Meaning
Japanese グルメール
Gourmer
Pun on the word gourmet.
French Goustan From goût ("taste", "flavor").
German Gusto Italian for taste or flavor.
Italian Flavio Same as his English name.
Spanish Sibarito
Korean Flavio Same as his English name.
Dutch Sjef Pun on the word chef.
Chinese Flavio Same as his English name.

References

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