Cook delicious meals and desserts from all over the world in this FREE addictive time-management game! With a choice of 20 unique locations, from Desserts and Fast Food to an Oyster Bar and Oriental Restaurant, you will be able to practice your skills in a variety of settings and cooking techniques. Use more than a hundred ingredients to cook several hundred tasty dishes. Try all the possible kitchen appliances, from coffee makers and rice cookers to pizza ovens and popcorn makers. Decorate your restaurants to attract more clients. Make your own freebies, such as cookies or cupcakes, to make your customers’ experience more personal and memorable – just like in real life! Upgrade your kitchen and produce an even greater variety of dishes. Oh, and did we say that this game is as addictive and as engrossing as fever? Have fun cooking and don’t forget to share your delicious meals with your friends on Facebook!
* More than 400 dishes to cook using 150 ingredients
* 20 unique locations: Fast-Food, Bakery, Chinese, Pizza, Seafood, Indian, Breakfast Café, Sushi Bar, Ice Cream Shop, Paradise Cocktail Bar, Corn Dog Van, Café Mexicana, House of Crab, Sports Bar, Sunset Waffles, Smokey Grill BBQ, Italian Buffet, Salad Bar, Aloha Bistro, Hell's Kitchen. More locations are on the way!
* More than 400 levels to complete
* Hundreds and hundreds of upgrades for your kitchen appliances and interior
Various minor improvements to make your gaming experience better. Be sure your game is up to date so you can have the best time playing!
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Don’t force ads on us!
I’ve had this game for years and loved playing it. If not for the sudden bombardment of ads, I’d give 5 stars. I updated the app here recently to find out that the game now has ads. It never had ads before. I don’t mind watching ads to earn coins or diamonds, but don’t force me to watch them. Especially don’t go from having none for years to suddenly shoving them down my throat after every attempt at a level. If I didn’t win the level, I’m already frustrated and don’t need to be forced to watch an ad on top of it. Now, with that said I do completely understand the reason for ads, the developers need some kind of funding to continue to work to bring new content and bug fixes. So instead of making me watch one every single level, win or lose, give some incentive for watching like money and diamonds and let it be optional. People will be happy to choose to watch ads if they can earn money. If you really want to make money off ads, then let us earn diamonds to watch them. If you did that, I’d probably spend more time watching ads than playing the levels! I used to love playing but now the ads make me want to play a different game instead. I really hope you make some changes.
Great game, but gems are hard to come by
I enjoy this game but once you get to a far enough experience level, gems (necessary for making upgrades to complete levels) are harder to get, as more and more experience becomes necessary. Also, when the game has a promotion, the likelihood of winning gems in the “casino” lessens. These are all tactics the game developers use to try and get you to make in app purchases. $10 for 125 gems will only get you so far, when many of the necessary upgrades can cost 10-20 gems (Pizzeria) and new restaurants cost 25-50 gems. It can get very costly when this needs to be done over and over again to make progress. The only other option is to replay levels over and over again to gain experience. Additionally, some levels (Chinese restaurant), customers stop coming even if none have been lost because certain upgrades have not been purchased. Still a four star because it’s fun and the best time management game out there, but definitely designed to get you to pay, a lot. Get your wallets ready.
Edit: I haven’t won a single gem since giving this a four start review - 5 days. So I’m going to edit to 5 stars and see what happens.
First cooking game I downloaded, loved it, but moved on
This was the first cooking game I downloaded. I loved it when I was playing the food court stage with the burgers and fries. I have since bought the pizza and Chinese restaurants. While I loved this game I’m the beginning, I agree with many others that it simply is too costly to get upgrades on equipment because the amount of gems needed is just too much, and the payoff is not enough. To upgrade your equipment (just to get 2 stars in a higher level) costs coins and 10-15 gems!
I liked this game because, unlike some other cooking games (or mobile games in general), it doesn’t supply only a limited amount of lives to play and that you’d have to wait for the lives to replenish. I think that’s why upgrading the equipments, food, and restaurant are so costly, because the developers probably want people to play the levels over and over. I won’t say this game is bad but I will say that this game is not suited for my work lifestyle anymore. I want a game where I do spend effort on each level and revisit each level to earn more currency, but not to the point where I have to play the levels an x amount of times just to earn some measly coins and gems. The payoff is just not worth the time spent.
I loved this game but I have moved on to another cooking game.
In-App PurchasesSee All
- Nordcurrent UAB
- 161.1 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © Nordcurrent
- In-App Purchases
- Crispy Pack $0.99
- Delicious Pack $2.99
- Tasty Pack $4.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.