Geralt can ask the bard how he came into possession of this establishment to which he reveals that he inherited it from Alonso Wiley - the father of Cyprian Wiley, also known as Whoreson Junior. From the conversation it becomes clear that, although Alonso ruled he criminal underworld with a strong and ruthless hand, he had a romantic side and enjoyed the pleasures of art and culture.
After Dandelion is saved from the Temple Guard by the witcher, he renames the establishment to the Chameleon and refurbishes it. The end result is determined by the player through earlier dialogue choices.
Associated quests Edit
- A Dangerous Game
- Broken Flowers
- Gwent: Old Pals
- The Nobleman Statuette (if Geralt fails to speak with Triss before Now or Never)
- The Soldier Statuette (if Geralt fails to speak with Triss before Now or Never)
- Through Time and Space
- Dandelion claims that the name "Rosemary and Thyme" evokes images of Temerian cuisine.
- "Rosemary and thyme" is part of the lyrics of a traditional English ballad, Scarborough Fair.
The Rosemary and Thyme appears only in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.