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I always heard great and many things about Cook, Serve, Delicious! back when it was only available on mobile and even though everytime I looked at gameplay videos and screenshot of the game I honestly thought this was not really the kind of game I’d enjoy but when it came to PC I knew I had atleast to give it a shot, and so I did. Well, I enjoyed it greatly.

The best way to describe Cook, Serve, Delicious! would be to say that it is a restaurant simulator. The game mainly takes place in a restaurant in Sherrisoda Tower and that’s where you’ll show your skills as a chef. The game consists in upgrading your restaurant from a 0 star restaurant to a 5 star restaurant and eventually Platinum. To gain enough “prestige” to gain the next star you usually need to play 20 days. Each day takes around 7 minutes or so to complete, and besides that you ocasioanally have to pass atleast 4 safety inspections which can be done by not failing a chore everytime the inspector visits your restaurant, such as cleaning the toilet, washing dishes, putting the garbage away and setting traps for mice.

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Eventually, the further you progress you’ll unlock special events, first of which are catering events which pay you an “X” amount for each person you successfully serve, then it’s the Iron Chef (or Iron Cook) TV series in which you can only fail 2 orders and the last event is the Hunger Festivities which you cannot fail a single order and usually all the foods are fully upgraded. There’s a surprising huge amount of stuff in which you can spend your money on, for example, you can upgrade or buy new recipes, everytime you upgrade a recipe it increases the amount of money that you get by serving that specific type of food, besides that you can upgrade your restaurant by buying things that will help you out such as “Fun Menus” and other upgrades that will increase the time that a customer waits for you to serve them their meal but you can also get items to help you on the chores.

The main part of the game is serving the specific type of food a client wants and each type of food has different types, for example a burger with cheese or no cheese, pickles and meat, I think you get where I’m going. Some people won’t ask for food, some might ask you for a soda, a coffee or some fancy dish. And it is up to you to make sure they get their meal, so don’t mess it up!

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The type of food you serve on your restaurant also has an impact on your “buzz”, basicly the more buzz percentage you have the more people will show up on your restaurant that day, like, fast foods will give you less buzz while healthy foods will give you more buzz and even increase the chance of getting a tip from the customers who order that food. The gameplay is pretty simple, you can use either the mouse (which I think it’s a bad idea) or the keyboard to complete your orders, at first it is really slow paced but later on during rush hours it gets really hectic because you get alot of people.

Visually, I think the game is a good looker, I find the graphic style to be rather good looking and charming, along with the visual upgrades that your restaurant gets everytime you gain another star and the way that the more stars you have the more “fancy people” will show up on your restaurant, you can clearly notice that by their better clothes and accessories along with the time VIPs start showing up.

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If there’s one thing that accompanies you throughout the entire game is the main music of the game which despite listening to it for over 30 hours while I played Cook, Serve, Delicious! I still find it to be really charming and relaxing to listen to and it certainly fits the right spot everytime you play in my honest opinion. Honestly, Cook, Serve, Delicious! is a very unique game and you’ll probably won’t find any other like it out there, or atleast, a game that is this well polished and well made. It’s impossible to go wrong with this game.

I always heard great and many things about Cook, Serve, Delicious! back when it was only available on mobile and even though everytime I looked at gameplay videos and screenshot of the game I honestly thought this was not really the kind of game I'd enjoy but when it came…

Cook, Serve, Delicious!

Highly Replayable - 10
Easy to Learn, Hard to Master - 8
Moody Music and Visuals - 8
Not for Everyone - 5

7.8

Good

Cook, Serve, Delicious! is highly addictive and offers a fun and hectic experience in which you manage your own restaurant. Practice makes perfection!

User Rating: 4 ( 1 votes)

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