• Super fast paced – New mechanics each level
  • All purchases require real money – No use for money form levels

Breaking down the cooking experience to simple taps of the finger is Tap-to-Cook a mobile game that sees you serving customers outside some of the worlds famous locations, such as the White House.


Tap-to-Cook throws players right behind the grill as they learn the basics of cooking burgers for the passing customers. Not shy on offering up a healthy amount of customers either Tap-to-Cook definitely opts for the baptism by fire approach. This is ideal for intermediate and veterans of the genre that don’t need to have their hand held and love the faster approach.

As mentioned above gameplay is tap based and using the burger as an example requires players to place the meat on the grill, place it on a bun once cooked and serve it the customer. As you go past the first level other elements are added to the burger such as tomato sauce and offering drinks to go with their burger. Just like similar cooking games speed and accuracy is rewarded with larger tips of cash.


Unfortunately unlike other games you won’t be spending this cash on upgrades as everything that you can purchase (new equipment, super foods and boosts) can only be purchased with the premium currency of gold which will set you back tens of dollars quickly.

With this in mind Tap-to-Cook is thus best played solely for the game experience as a casual past time, it’s a shame because the fast pace is highly addicting but the like of uses for the money you’ll earn gives you little incentive to play through the levels for a long period of time.


  • Tap based gameplay to as you deliver food to a steady stream of customers.
  • Serve burgers and other recipes in front of famous locations.
  • Super fast paced gameplay.
  • Upgrade equipment and purchase super foods.
  • For iOS.



Review Platform: iOS

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Samuel Franklin
Samuel Franklin is the founder and lead editor of the Games Finder team and enjoys video games across all genres and platforms. He has worked in the gaming industry since 2008 amassing over 3 million views on YouTube and 10 million article views on HubPages.

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