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Release: Oct 2012
Reviewed on: PC

Cook, Serve, Delicious!

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Good: Many upgrades and management elements – Different procedures
Bad: Number of days for each star is a little high
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(6 votes)
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Cook, Serve, Delicious! originally started as a mobile title but eventually came across to the computer. Focused on the mundane tasks of serving food, drinks and managing a restaurant players need to serve customers among a number of different days with evolving mechanics.


Marketing itself as the hardcore restaurant sim Cook, Serve, Delicious! delivers on that promise with players running all the cooking and various tasks in order to keep the restaurant running at peak efficiency.

This restaurant is in the SherriSoda Tower with the goal of taking the recovering restaurant back to its old five star status. Starting with a small pool of funds your path to this impressive rating is mostly in your hands.

A key mechanic on your path to success is designing an ideal menu to attract customers from the thirty available food items. Each of these items has a different process to master and varying benefits and can be changed each day. Certain foods for example are best enjoyed on a rainy day while others are considered staples and constantly in fashion. On the flip side though some foods have side effects, salads for example are plate intensive and increase the number of dishes to wash.

Once a day starts players will be approached by various customers who will make a request from the menu. In order to fill this order you’ll have to complete a quick interactive sequence. Filling up a beer for example requires you to hold down a button to fill up the glass while something like a salad requires you to consider the customers request and put together the ingredients they have asked for.


As every single menu item and the various extra tasks (cleaning the toilet, taking out the trash and washing dishes) requires a different set of actions players must master the controls for each. This is particularly important for rush hour where a significant increase of customers will flow through your restaurant.

Other features in Cook, Serve, Delicious! include emails, special events, various upgrades and even a co-operative campaign.


  • An intense restaurant simulator.
  • Design the menu, manage upgrades and serve customers.
  • Every menu item has a different preparation required.
  • Complete the requirements to go from 1 star to 5 star.
  • Random special events add new challenges.

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Cook, Serve, Delicious!, 8.2 out of 10 based on 6 ratings
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