World of Warcraft: Dragonflight guide - What are the best food and flasks to use for Mythic+?

What food and flasks do you need to prepare for World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Mythics?
If you're going to be prepared for Mythics and Raiding, you'll need these flasks and foods (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

World of Warcraft: Dragonflight’s Mythic+ and raiding content is incredibly challenging. If you’re going to succeed and climb to the highest levels of this competitive content, you need to be adequately equipped. However, preparation is more than simply having good gear in WoW - you also need food and flasks to give you the stat buffs to maximize your potential throughout all of the in-game content Blizzard has created.

Some players will choose to bring enough food for the entire raid through Grand Feasts. If that doesn’t happen, all players should be responsible for their food and flasks. It can be expensive in some cases, but having as many buffs and stat bonuses as possible is worth it.

What foods and flasks do you need for Mythic+ content in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight?

When grinding through Mythic+ dungeons in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, you want to be as prepared as possible. These are the most challenging dungeons players will find in the game, so a lack of preparation can cost your group several wipes in Mythic+ content.

What sorts of things you need to purchase or craft in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight to prepare for Mythics can be confusing. Thankfully, it’s simple to determine what you need for group-wide feasts. You now want either the Grand Banquet of the Kalu’ak or the Hoard of Draconic Delicacies.


The Grand Banquet comes from creating one of the three Gral’s Great Feasts. Of the three, Gral’s Veneration may be the easiest to make since it uses the least amount of Islefin Dorado, and it’s easy to farm up Rimefin Tuna.

Once you complete all the quests for Rumiastrasza, you will receive the Hoard of Draconic Delicacies the next day, so it’s relatively easy to unlock in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight. Both feasts give players +76 to their Primary Stat, which varies from class to class.

If you only want to feed yourself, try one of these food options (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
If you only want to feed yourself, try one of these food options (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)

If you only want to provide for yourself, you have some cooking options in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight. Some cheap options offering +75 to your Primary Stat are Deviously Deviled Eggs and Fated Fortune Cookies. Though the prices might vary from server to server, they’re relatively cheap to buy in bulk on Bloodscalp.

Conversely, you can go with foods that give you two stats instead of one, but in lesser amounts. These recipes offer a buff to two secondary stats, so having some of these on hand is recommended, just in case. Which you need will vary on which class you are playing.


Other optional food choices

  • Aromatic Seafood Platter: +21 Haste/Versatility
  • Feisty Fish Sticks: +21 Haste/Critical Strike
  • Great Cerulean Sea: +21 Versatility/Mastery
  • Revenge, Served Cold: +21 Critical Strike/Versatility
  • Sizzling Seafood Medley: +21 Haste/Mastery
  • Thousandbone Tongueslicer: +21 Critical Strike and Mastery

For flasks for Mythic+ players in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, these alchemical creations are much less complicated. You can bring two potions to a fight, but you should certainly have them in bulk.

Phial of Tepid Versatility grants you a bonus to Versatility depending on potion quality in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight. As this aids damage, healing, and damage reduction, there’s no wrong class to have it in Mythic+ dungeons.


If you’re more focused on your secondary stats, you can go with Phial of Elemental Chaos. Every 60 seconds, it changes, giving you a buff to a different secondary stat. It’s a solid potion, but Tepid Versatility is the better option.

More advanced Mythic+ players might run some of the other new flasks in Dragonflight, but they all have some negative in return for a buff. Running the above two in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight is much safer.

When preparing for the most challenging content in WoW, the above items will help you be better prepared.

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Edited by Arkaprovo Roy