Food and Drinks in Baldur's Gate 3 are consumables items that can be used one time and provide various bonuses to your character. Food and Drinks can be obtained as loot from enemies, scattered in various Locations, given by NPCs, rewards from completing Quests, or purchased from Merchants.

Food can be used to bolster your Camp Supplies, different types of Food provide a varying amount of Camp Supplies. Food can't be consumed on the spot to heal yourself.

 

Foods & Drinks Information

Name

Description

Effects

Red apple
Red apple
A delight from the orchards of  the dark vampire lord, Asmongold: crisp, juicy, and ever-so-slightly tart. ??
Pear
Pear
Properly ripened, the sugary pear has few culinary rivals. Unripe, it contains all the appeal of a rothé's unwashed hide. ??
Orange
Orange
A colourful citrus favourite grown in the south of the Sword Coast. ??

Kiwi
From Snowdown's north coast: an uncommonly furry fruit of uncommonly exquisite taste. ??
Sunmelon Piece
Sunmelon vines sprawl across gardens from the Chionthar to the Delimbiyr. The fruit is served fresh, pickled, or jellied. ??
Potato
Potato
A knobbly, dependable staple of every household across Faerûn, poor and wealthy alike. ??
Garlic
Beneath this bulb's pungent aroma hides a subtle sweetness and an unrivalled depth of flavour. ??
Sourdough Bread
Sourdough Bread
A firm, flaky crust is the hallmark of a sourdough loaf. Concocted in the Pirate Isles, it has recently become popular on mainland. ??
Waterdhavian Cheese
Popular among Asmongold for its robust and sharp flavour, to say nothing of its peculiarly long shelf life. ??
Waterdhavian Cheese Wedge
Popular among travelers for its robust and sharp flavour, to say nothing of its peculiarly long shelf life. ??
Waterdhavian Cheese Wheel
Waterdhavian Cheese Wheel
Popular among travelers for its robust and sharp flavour, to say nothing of its peculiarly long shelf life. ??
Zucchini
Zucchini
Especially delicious when slowly baked over a fire and spiced with Amnian herbs. ??
Carrot
Carrot
The undervalued stalwart of stews and salads. ??
Dried Pork Sausage
Infused with copious amounts of garlic and coocked in mulled wine. ??
Dried Sausage Links
Infused with copious amounts of grarlic and coocked in mulled wine. ??
Spicy Pork Sausage
Hard, fatty, and filled with the tangiest spices found in the port of Baldur's Gate. ??
Grilled Pork Belly
Succulent and layered with crispy fat. ??
Roughly-Cut Ham
A few coarse haris still stick out of the skin on the knee. ??
Pork Loin
Traditionally roasted in the heartlands with apple and cider gravy. ??
Pork Shoulder
Especially delicious when doused with wine and slowly braised over a fire, Cormyrian style. ??
Whole Chicken
The plucked neck hangs floppily to one side, its dead eyes ever-so-slightly open. ??
Chicken Egg
Fried, boiled, poached: everyone has a favoured method of coocking an egg. The chicken rarely has any say in the matter. ??
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Rotten Chicken Eggs
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Water
Water
The Sword Coast's finest well water, bottle for convenience. Can be thrown to create a puddle of water.
Water Barrel
Water Barrel
A barrel of fresh water, casked for storage or transport to drier regions of Faerün. ??
Small Bottle
Small Bottle
A mysterious liquid has dried to the bottom of this bottle.  ??
Pitcher of Beer
Pitcher of Beer
This pitcher of bitter ale is filled to the brim. Plenty to share - or not.

Character has disadvantage on ability checks using Dexterity  and Charisma  for 2 tuns.

Can be thrown to create a puddle of alcohol.

Rum
Rum
Judging by fiery aroma, this heavily-spiced spirit packs a powerful punch.

Character has disadvantage on ability checks using Dexterity  and Charisma  for 2 tuns.

Can be thrown to create a puddle of alcohol.

Wine
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Character has disadvantage on ability checks using Dexterity  and Charisma for 2 tuns.

Can be thrown to create a puddle of alcohol.

Baguette
A long and hearty loaf, good for sopping up soup or sour cream

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Supply Pack
A Collection of cured meats, dried fruits, kindling, and anything else necessary to survive life on the road. Everything, down to the flint, smells distinctly of smoked ham.  Used to take a Long Rest and restore Hit Points and Spell Slots.
Fish
Fish
A thin, slimy layer has formed over its moist scales Grants Camp Supplies (depending on the type of fish the quantity of supplies may vary) that can be used to take a Long Rest and restore Hit Points and Spell Slots.
Fish Tail
Fish Tail
Tiny fish bones stick out from the cut tail. Grants Camp Supplies (depending on the type of fish the quantity of supplies may vary) that can be used to take a Long Rest and restore Hit Points and Spell Slots.



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