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This is a list of all the side food items appearing in Tomodachi Life. X means it doesn't appear in that region and an empty space means it in unknown if it appears or not.

Item Num. Order (US) Num. Order (EU) Num. Order (JP) Prices Description Image
Avocado 001 001 001 US: $1.00
EU:€1.00
JP:¥100
"Avocado is nature's butter. Makes any sandwich or butter instantly better."
Bacon 002 002 069 US: $2.50
EU:€0.80
JP:¥380
"That's a lot of bacon. You're sharing, right? Don't forget the eggs and toast."
Baked Beans 003 X US: $3.50
EU:€
JP: X
"Those navy beans are actually stewed, not baked. Sorry for the confusion."
Baked potato 004 X US: $5.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"A soft, mushy baked potato loaded with cheese, butter, and more cheese."
Blue cheese 005 006 US: $3.00
EU:€3.90
JP:¥
"This cheese has been aged with blue mold. It's pretty stinky. Um... enjoy?"
Broccoli 006 007 US: $1.00
EU:€0.70
JP:¥
"It's like a little tree! A healthy little tree that tastes great steamed."
Brussels sprouts 007 008 X US: $1.00
EU:€0.90
JP: X
"If you can eat these without cringing, you'll know when you're all grown up."
Buttered potato (US)

Baked potato (EU)

008 004

033*

US: $3.80
EU:€4.00
JP:¥380
"This dish has almost as much butter as it does potato. Mmm, melty."
Calamari (US)

Squid rings (EU)

009 072 003 US: $4.80
EU:€4.50
JP:¥480
"Deep-fried squid with ketchup for dipping. It's tastier than it sounds."
Caviar 010 009 023 US: $65.00
EU:€120.00
JP:¥6500
"Disliking caviar means you're unrefined. Or don't like fish eggs. One of the two."
Celery 011 010 041 US: $1.00
EU:€0.90
JP:¥130
"If you dislike it on its own, add peanut butter and raisins for a fun variation."
Cheese 012 011 044 US: $2.00
EU:€3.00
JP:¥200
"All natural with a subtle taste and smell. Smile and say cheese!"
Chicken noodle soup 013 X US: $4.50
EU:€
JP: X
"If you're feeling under the weather, this soup is really the only way to go."
Chili prawns 014 012 007 US: $6.40
EU:€12.00
JP:¥640
"Prawns are good on their own, but they're better with garlic and chilies."
Clam chowder 015 X US: $6.00
EU:€
JP: X
"Enjoy the taste of clams without the nuisance of those slippery shells."
Coleslaw 016 X US: $1.20
EU:€
JP: X
"A side dish of raw cabbage, carrots, and mayo. Nothing too exciting here."
Cooked eggplant (US)

Cooked aubergine (EU)

017 013 X US: $3.50
EU:€5.90
JP: X
"Delicious eggplant grilled to perfection. It's healthy, flavorful, AND filling!"
Corn dog 018 US: $0.99
EU:€
JP:¥
"A fried hot dog on a stick, for busy people with no time to fuss with buns."
Cornflakes (US)Corn flakes (EU) 019 014 029 US: $3.00
EU:€1.50
JP:¥400
"A fine choice for a quick breakfast. Don't dally or the flakes will get soggy!"
Corn on the cob 020 016 047 US: $2.00
EU:€0.80
JP:¥350
"A freash ear of corn, roasted and savory, remove the husk before eating."
Crab 021

022*

US: $60.00
EU:€
JP:¥6000
"You know it's good because it's so pricey. Watch out for those claws."
Drumstick 022 019 074 US: $3.50
EU:€2.00
JP:¥1000
"A juicy chicken leg with supersecret sauce--also known as barbecue sauce."
Escargot 023 020 006 US: $12.00
EU:€12.00
JP:¥1200
"Ew, there are snails on your plate! Oh, wait.. I mean.. eat up! It's a delicacy."
French fries 024 021 065 US: $2.80
EU:€2.50
JP:¥280
"These hot and crispy fries will make you forget all about your burger."
Fresh spring rolls 025 052 US: $5.90
EU:
JP:¥590
"Peek through the translucent wrapping to see what numminess awaits you."
Fried egg 026 022 060* US: $1.70
EU:€0.80
JP:¥380
"The whites are cooked solid, but the yolk is still nice and runny. Dive in!"
Fried rice 027 US: $4.80
EU:€
JP:¥
"What's better than a giant plate of fried rice? Nothing, that's what."
Fried spring rolls (US)

Spring rolls (EU)

028 071 057 US: $6.30
EU:€5.90
JP:¥630
"Crispy pockets of pure enjoyment. It's hard to save room for the meal."
Fried tofu 029 X US: $2.50
EU:€
JP: X
"Tofu is too healthy for its own good. That's why we fried it. A lot."
Garlic 030 024 054 US: $0.80
EU:€0.50
JP:¥110
"It's known to keep vampires away. Maybe they're afraid of bad breath"
Green pepper 031 030 061 US: $0.80
EU:€0.80
JP:¥110
"Not so great raw, but stuff it with stuffables and it's good to go."
Grilled cheese 032 US: $2.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Anyone can grill a sammy, but it takes a cheese connoisseur to do it this well."
Grits 033 US: $5.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"A southern breakfast staple. It's basically butter with some ground corn."
Habanero 034 X US: $1.00
EU:€
JP: X
"This red-hot chili pepper is not to be taken lightly. So tasty, yet so spicy."
Hard-boiled egg 035 032 078 US: $0.40
EU:€0.20
JP:¥100
"Don't worry-the yolk is perfectly soft. Try a little salt and pepper on top!"
Hash browns 036 X US: $1.50
EU:€
JP: X
"Shredded potatoes, fried to form these golden patties of breakfast potential."
Hot dog 037 033 072 US: $2.80
EU:€2.50
JP:¥280
"It's not made of dogs, but it IS hot. Hope you like mustard. If not...oops."
Instant noodles 038 036 014 US: $1.90
EU:€1.20
JP:¥190
"You're three minutes away from total noodle-ocity. Can you wait that long?"
Kimchi 039 022 US: $2.80
EU:€
JP:¥280
"Authentic kimchi straight from Korea. Love that spice! Best with rice."
Macaroni and cheese 040 X US: $5.80
EU:€
JP: X
"Look up 'comfort' in a dictionary, and you'll see a picture of mac and cheese."
Mashed potatoes 041 037 X US: $3.50
EU:€2.50
JP: X
"Whoever invented mashing potatoes deserves an award. Nobel Potato?"
Meat-and-potato stew 042 038 025* US: $6.00
EU:€8.90
JP: ¥600
"Home cookin' at its finest. Those soft potatoes are the stuff of dreams."
Moldy bread (US)Mouldy bread (EU)

(Trash Food)

043 040 015 US: $0.20
EU:€0.10
JP:¥20
"Ew. Ew, gross. That bread may be cheap, but that doesn't make it edible."
Mushroom 044 043

013*

US: $1.30
EU:€0.20
JP:¥
"The most flavorful fungus of all. Maybe it will make you grow bigger!"
Oatmeal 045 X US: $2.50
EU:€
JP: X
"Hop aboard the oat boat! Made with steel-cut oats, milk, and blueberries."
Octopus 046 045 X US: $8.80
EU:€6.90
JP: X
"Freshly boiled tentacles. Eat alone or share with up to seven friends."
Octopus (Western)

Western Version

Octopus

Japanese Version

Olives 047 046 X US: $3.00
EU:€1.50
JP: X
"Crush them for their oil, or chop them up for a very grown-up pizza."
Onion gratin soup 048 049 011 US: $4.10
EU:€1.50
JP:¥410
"Hopefully you like the taste of tears. It's hard to not cry while cooking this."
Onion rings 049 X US: $3.50
EU:€
JP: X
"Is there a better way to enjoy an onion than battered and deep fried? Nope."
PB&J 050 X US: $2.00
EU:€
JP: X
"Nothing's more classic than peanut butter meeting jelly on sliced bread."
Pickles (US)

Gherkins (EU)

051 026 X US: $3.00
EU:€2.00
JP: X
"Pickles are like mutated cucumbers. If you're into that sort of thing, have at it."
Pizza 052 051 062 US: $0.99
EU:€2.00
JP:¥390

"Pizza is the people's food. Crust with stuff on it is the recipe for bliss." (US)

"Covers every food group and has the perfect balance of cheese and veg." (EU)

Polenta 053 052 X US: $5.80
EU:€5.00
JP: X
"Italy's version of porridge. Supplement the cornmeal dish with meat or veggies."
Popcorn shrimp 054 X US: $4.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Sometimes a movie calls not for snacks but for seafood. This is for those times."
Pork bun 055 US: $2.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"It looks like a pastry, but it's actually filled with juicy, juicy pork."

Porridge

056 053 X US: $3.00
EU:€2.50
JP:¥

"Best piping hot. Add fruit and sugar to make it more palatable."

Pot stickers 057 US: $5.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"So crunchy. So crispy. So full of juicy, juicy goodness. Savor the flavor."
Prawn salad 058 055 X US: $7.50
EU:€6.00
JP:¥
"Grilled prawns presented on a bed of rather run-of-the-mill lettuce."
Pretzel 059 056 US: $1.30
EU:€1.80
JP:¥
"Follow this pretzel's lead and do the twist. Or just, ya know, eat a pretzel." (US)"Saltier than the sea and twistier than a twisty thing. Try one today!" (EU)
Prosciutto (US)

Parma ham (EU)

060 050 US: $6.90
EU:€3.00
JP:¥
"Thinly sliced so you can keep going back for more. Ham it up!"
Quiche 061 057 US: $5.50
EU:€6.00
JP:¥
"Immerse yourself in the eggy goodness that is quiche. Even better with soup."
Ravioli 062 058 US: $6.40
EU:€5.90
JP:¥
"Pillowy pasta pockets of ricotta and spinach. When in Rome!"
Raw oyster 063 059 Japanese
052
US: $1.50
EU:€2.00
JP:¥680
"People will respect you more if you pretend to like it. Just sayin'."
Red chili pepper 064 060 Japanese
049
US: $0.50
EU: €
JP: ¥50
"See if you can handle the spice. Just don't touch your eyes afterward."
Rice 065 061 027* US: $2.00
EU:€2.00
JP:¥200
"Slow-cooked in a traditional Japanese pot, and fluffed to perfection."(US)
White fluffy rice. There is nothing quite like it, such a stable of Japan. (JP)
Risotto 066 062 US: $7.80
EU:€8.00
JP:¥
"Risotto is the rice of kings. So rich and flavorful, you'll feel like a monarch."
Salad 067 063 US: $5.60
EU:€ 5.00
JP:¥
"You'll feel so healthy and energetic after a big bowl or organic veggies."
Salami 068 064 US: $3.90
EU:€3.00
JP:¥
"A small plate of spicy, sliced sausage. Keep for yourself or share with friends."
Sandwich 069 065 US: $5.50
EU:€2.50
JP:¥
"The mark of a successful sandwich is not being able to hold it with one hand."
Sardines (US)

Fried sardines (EU)

070 023 US: $1.40
EU:€5.90
JP:¥
"Your cat would go bonkers if it knew you were keeping these for yourself."
Sausage 071 067 US: $2.00
EU:€ 2.30
JP:¥
"Real sausage straight from the butcher. The casing is made of...uh, love."
Smoked salmon 072 068 US: $9.00
EU:€6.50
JP:¥
"Razor-thin slices of smoked salmon and a handful of capers. Pass the crackers."
Spanish omelet (US)

Tortilla (EU)

073 077 X US: $4.60

EU: €5.50

JP:¥

"Just a whip togeather eggs, potatoes, and olive oil to make this Spanish dish."
Split-pea soup 074 X US: $3.50

EU: €

JP:¥

"That color isn't too appetizing, but this soup is incredibly good for you."
String cheese 075 X US: $0.75
EU:€
JP:¥
"Stringy cheese that's fun to peel and small enough to slip in your lunch box."
Stuffing 076 X US: $6.70
EU:€
JP:¥
"Bread crumbs with onions and celery. Eat as is of stuff inside something else."
Tacos 077 073 US: $4.80
EU:€5.00
JP:¥
"Crispy shells stuffed with spicy fillings and fresh guacamole. Fiesta time!"
Tomato 078 076 US: $0.90
EU:€
JP:¥
"A vine-ripened 'mato just waiting to be saucified or sliced for sandwich duty."
Tomato soup 079 X US: $3.80
EU:€
JP:¥
"Sure to warm you from your heart to your toes. Your head's on its own."
Truffle 080 78 US: $60.00
EU:€60.00
JP:¥
"It looks like a fungus, but it's actually high-class foodstuff."
Veggie burger 081 X US: $5.00
EU:€
JP:¥
"Made entirely from organic ingredients, this burger is as good as it gets."
White bread 082 079 US: $0.30
EU:€0.20
JP:¥
"Not as healthy as wheat bread, but at least it will match your mayo."
Yakitori 083 080 US: $3.50
EU:€4.90
JP:¥
"Charcoal-grilled chicken on bamboo skewers, cooked with ample salt."

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