Dolefaren (shop)

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Dolefaren
Festival Feast of Eluned 1, Feast of Eluned 2
# of Rooms 1
Store Type Food shops
This store only accepts Kronars

[The Dolefaren, Common Room]
The dim interior of the ship is lit by scattered brass lanterns hanging along the walls. A Merelew woman with green hair and silver scales serves the delicacies of her people to the restaurant's guests at several wood tables. You also see a long wooden bar with some stuff on it.
Obvious exits: out.


On the steel platter on the bar
Item Price Done
geza-yasu with a dab of spicy radish paste and thin slice of raw orange grek ?   No
geza-yasu with a dab of spicy radish paste and thin slice of raw flounder ?   No
geza-yasu with a dab of spicy radish paste and thin slice of raw bream ?   No
geza-yasu with a dab of spicy radish paste and thin slice of raw cuttlefish ?   No
geza-yasu with a dab of spicy radish paste and thin slice of raw squid ?   No
slice of cod roe geza-yasu ?   No
A geza-yasu note reads:
Geza-yasu - Finger length mounds of seasoned rice spread with a thin layer of a very spicy bright green radish paste then topped with a thin slice of raw fish or cooked seafood.
On the food rack on the bar
Item Price Done
halasa-osrel of rainbow mackeral skin and tsann mix ?   No
halasa-osrel of red nomlas skin and tsann mix ?   No
halasa-osrel of creppo skin and tsann mix ?   No
halasa-osrel of silvery salmon skin and tsann mix ?   No
A halasa-osrel note reads:
Halasa-osrel - Given to the children on festive days, "Sea gifts" are little "bundles" of tsann mixtures wrapped with fish skins then flashed-fried to bind the "gift", thus giving a hot crispy exterior to a cool sweet center.
On the wooden serving plate on the bar
Item Price Done
bowl shaped shell of sea bass and kelp mera-usk'el ?   No
bowl shaped shell of sea bream and seaweed mera-usk'el ?   No
bowl shaped shell of noodle and seaweed mera-usk'el ?   No
bowl shaped shell of trefoil and prawn mera-usk'el ?   No
A mera-usk'el note reads:
Mera-usk'el - Simple light soup that is made with two or three ingredients set at the bottom of a deep shell then a clear broth made from boiled fish in seawater is poured over.