If you're looking to make a delectable meal in Pokemon Sword and Shield, then you're going to need more than just the recipes to do so. We're talking the culinary know-how, and not just know how many sausages to chuck inside a pot. Check out our Pokemon Sword and Shield curry guide which has some general tips on using berries and also an explanation of how the ranking system works so that you can hone your skill.

Pokemon Sword and Shield Curry Guide: Rankings

If you thought that it would be impossible for Game Freak to gamify cooking, well, then you're honestly a bit of an idiot. Of course we were goiSpicy - Cheri, Tamato, Tangang to have some sort of competitive or tiered element introduced into this cooking minigame in Sword and Shield. Here, we give you a list of the different rankings from best to worst, and also describe the difference between the effects that they will have on the Pokemon consuming the food:

  • Charizard Class - restores HP, PP, and clears status conditions, Pokemon get lots of EXP and get really friendly with you
  • Copperajah Class - restores HP, PP, and clears status conditions, Pokemon get lots of EXP and get really friendly with you
  • Milcery Class - restores all HP and clears status conditions, Pokemon get EXP and improve their relationship with you
  • Wobbuffet Class - restores half HP, Pokemon get some EXP and improve their relationship with you
  • Koffing Class - restores some HP, Pokemon get some EXP and improve their relationship with you

Pokemon Sword and Shield Curry Guide: Berry Tips

If you're looking to make a splash with your curries, then it's more than just following the onscreen prompts. As you might know from following along with our Pokemon curry recipe guide, different types of berries will influence the taste of a curry. Here's a list of the berries that will result in either spicy, dry, bitter, sweet, sour, or neutral curries:

  • Bitter - Aguav, Coba, Rawst
  • Dry - Chesto, Chilan, Kebia, Leppa, Passho
  • Neutral - Hondew, Lum, Sitrus
  • Sour - Aspear, Colbur, Iapapa, Salac, Wiki
  • Sweet - Pecha, Salac

Now that you've got our Pokemon Sword and Shield Curry guide to hand, you should have a little more knowledge at your disposal to ensure that you're putting the right ingredients into your crockpot to get to some Charizard-level cooking. Need help with anything else in the Galar region? Check out some of our other guides: