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Establishment: The Smiling Serpent - Location
Written By: Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer)
This seaside restaurant specializes in monster-theme décor and recipes that let tourists eat the monsters for dinner.
 
 

Name: The Smiling Serpent
Location: The near side of Pebble Beach, Tifijimi
Owner (if known): Dulilm, a normal-sized Duurludirj
Service: Restaurant
Rating: Desire
Details: This seaside restaurant specializes in monster-theme décor and recipes that let tourists eat the monsters for dinner.
Extras: The cook is Tagliim; Dulilm also has two giant teenagers, Ariloish and Yorloish, working for her. Dulilm also has other employees (the usual complement for a restaurant).

Serving monster flesh was a new tactic in 1520, adopted to draw customers back to the Serpent after the Jiggling Sea-Jelly opened. Snagtooth teeth are sold as toothpicks; drinks are served in fancy art glass made by Nefessa, designed to incorporate monster teeth and other monster parts.

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