Most of Genshin Impact's characters have unique Special Dishes that only they can make—and that includes Kuki Shinobu, Deputy Leader of the Arataki Gang. Special Dishes are slightly better than the original version of the original Recipe and are personalized to match the characters they represent. Kuki Shinobu's Special Dish is called the Omurice Waltz, a fluffy variation of the Omelette Rice.
How to get Kuki Shinobu's Special Dish Recipe
The Omurice Waltz can be cooked using the Recipe for Omelette Rice. You can purchase it from Shimura Kanbei at Shimura's, located in front of the Adventurer's Guild in Inazuma City. The Recipe costs 5,000 Mora and is a one-time purchase—you can cook as many as you want after getting the Recipe.
How to Cook Omurice Waltz in Genshin Impact
You can cook Omurice Waltz on any stove using Kuki Shinobu. It's unfortunately not possible to cook the Special Dish if you haven't pulled for her.
Upon opening the cooking menu, select Omelette Rice, which can be made with the following ingredients:
- x4 Bird Egg
- x3 Rice
- x2 Tomato
- x1 Sugar
If Kuki Shinobu cooks Omelette Rice, there's a chance for her to make Omurice Waltz instead. The exact rate for cooking Special Dishes is unknown, but it works on both Manual and Auto Cook modes.
Difference Between Omelette Rice and Omurice Waltz
Both Recipes are relatively similar in nature, but the Omurice Waltz's effect lasts a lot longer.
- Omelette Rice—Decreases Stamina depleted by climbing and sprinting for all party members by 15/20/25 percent for 900 seconds. Cannot target other players in Co-op mode. The percentage difference is based on whether you create a Suspicious, Normal, or Delicious version of the dish.
- Omurice Waltz—Decreases Stamina depleted by climbing and sprinting for all party members by 25 percent for 1,500 seconds. Cannot target other players in Co-op mode.
If you want to cook even more Dishes, check out our guide on Where to buy Recipes in Genshin Impact.