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One of the few hardcore restaurant sims in existence, Cook, Serve, Delicious! is a deceptively easy game to learn but incredibly challenging to master as you progress through your career from owning a terrible zero star cafe into a five star world famous restaurant.
Release Date: Oct 8, 2013
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Update 2.61 (Xbox One gamepad support)

June 16

Hey y'all, time for another quick CSD update! This is a small update that allows the game to fully support Xbox One gamepads. You can find the driver release info for XB1 gamepads here: http://majornelson.com/2014/06/05/pc-drivers-for-the-xbox-one-controller-available-now/?linkId=8424381

Gamepad support can be toggled as usual in the Options menu. Thanks and I hope you're enjoying the game! And for info on my next game, to be revealed late this year, be sure to visit me on Twitter and Tumblr @chubigans! ːcsdsmileː

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Update 2.6 Released! Extreme Difficulty Leaderboards and Faster Texting Added!

April 18

Hey folks, thought I'd do a quick v2.6 update that adds a few new features to the game that were the most requested so far. Enjoy and thanks again for all the support!

NEW ADDITIONS

  • Extreme Difficulty Leaderboards added! Your perfect combo will be posted to both the Extreme Difficulty and Normal Perfect Combo leaderboards when playing Extreme mode.
  • Combo/Amount cap raised. You will no longer receive errors when posting large perfect combos or scores on the board.
  • Texting while dating has been sped up considerably. In addition your phone will now vibrate and chime when a new alert appears for texting or snapshot voting.

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Reviews

“Along with being one of the (very unexpectedly!) funniest games I’ve played this year, the game’s disarming & charming aesthetic did not prepare me for what is undoubtedly the best WarioWare-like game I have ever played. In fact, I probably ended up spending more time with Cook, Serve, Delicious! than with almost any other game this year. The gameplay is simple in nature but blisteringly fast, resulting in a challenge that is more than enough to keep the average player interested. The game does not overstay its welcome, as it evolves in numerous ingenious ways by the time you’ve reached the end.”
The Stereogram

“It's not an easy game to excel at, but it's an easy game to get hooked on, and the challenge of building and running your own restaurant from front to back is going to captivate you for weeks on end...with depth to rival a strategy game and carefully controlled chaos ruling the action sequences, Cook, Serve, Delicious! is a rare release that encourages you to play until you master every nuance of gameplay.”
Jay Is Games

“Cook, Serve, Delicious! is fast paced, engaging, and absolutely addictive for foodies or non-foodies alike. Don’t be fooled by the cute cartoonish style because you’ll find your eyeballs popping and button mashing like mad after a few hours.”
Vivid Gamer

About the Game





Cook, Serve, Delicious is a hardcore restaurant sim, one of the few in its genre that gives the players total control over where they want to take their restaurant.

The game centers on an old, worn down restaurant in the SherriSoda Tower, which was once the heart of the building but closed down as business (and tenants) dropped to an all time low. But with the local economy rising back up and occupancy reaching its maximum, SherriSoda Tower has decided to bring back the old Cook, Serve, Delicious restaurant, and has given you complete control to bring it back to its old five star status of world class dining.

To do that, you’ll start with a few thousand dollars and thirty foods to choose from to put on your menu, as well as a host of restaurant equipment and more. Nearly everything is unlocked from the start of the game for you to purchase; this is your restaurant, and you must figure out the best strategy to get that restaurant packed with satisfied customers. Can you prove your culinary skills?

And if that weren’t enough, you’ll also have the opportunity to be cast in the Iron Cook television show, throw parties for offices in SherriSoda Tower, read virtual mail in your SherriSoda Tower Email account which ranges from game tips to crazy spam (nearly 500 emails in all), from customers providing feedback to your restaurant to opportunities such as being able to fund projects via “ClicknStart” and other big surprises!

With hours of content and tons of secrets and unlockables, Cook, Serve, Delicious will provide a big challenge for anyone who’s ready to take their crumbling, rat infested eatery to a luxurious Platinum Star Restaurant. Good luck!

  • New Steam Features include key binding support for all foods and events, a new gameplay option called CookBets where you will receive randomized challenges each day, fifty new spam emails and options as well as improvements to UI across the board, and full Steam Achievements, Steam Cloud, Steam Leaderboards with special Steam Challenges and Trading Cards support.
  • Includes the upgrade pack, "Extra Crispy Edition," that brings ten new foods to the game including Lobster, Bananas Foster, Enchiladas, Sushi and more!
  • DualShock 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One gamepad fully supported. Rumble is also supported (for Windows only).
  • Music by award winning composer Jonathan Geer
  • Art by Sara Gross - Two Bit Art

PC System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista, 7 or 8
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 128MB Graphics card or greater
    • Hard Drive: 150 MB available space

Mac System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.8 and above
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 150 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Mac OS X 10.6x is not supported by the newest versions of the game.

Linux System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 and above
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL-capable graphics card with valid driver
    • Hard Drive: 150 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Currently Ubuntu is the only Linux platform that is officially supported by this engine.
Helpful customer reviews
48 of 52 people (92%) found this review helpful
2,124 products in account
99 reviews
4.5 hrs on record
7.8/10

+ a nice and original idea implemented well, the only other restaurant sim game i can remember is restaurant empire 1+2
+ seems like a casual game , but has enough depth in gameplay to keep you interested, you choose the daily menu, upgrade staff that help doing the job faster and more efficiency, you accept daily challenges, there are a lot of things happening
+ good progression of the story, becoming more difficult every day, good length for this type of game
+ good controls, either clicking with mouse or pressing the right keybort button

- very basic presentation, could use more polish in the graphics department
- you dont create the recipes, they are just there to choose, something that is the most important and satisfying aspect of gameplay in restaurant empire games
- restaurant empire is much better if you want the best game in the genre
Posted: April 16
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43 of 51 people (84%) found this review helpful
245 products in account
2 reviews
9.1 hrs on record
I find myself weary of the middle-aged man who orders beer at 9:30 every morning and judging the hipster snobs who decide to order salad with everything on it during rush hour. Fun and addictive little game!
Posted: July 17
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25 of 25 people (100%) found this review helpful
136 products in account
1 review
32.7 hrs on record
A simple yet addicting experience worth trying out. Bravo to the developers for ensuring that every food item has just enough differences to make it feel like a new experience. The fun really doesn't stop once you've reached five stars with plenty of unlocks and extra activities to play around and unlock.
Posted: June 24
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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
246 products in account
8 reviews
3.8 hrs on record
At first I was a bit ambivalent on this game. It's super well designed and a lot of fun, but the keyboard controls were a bit rough for me. But then the controller support patch hit and it basically became a brand new game. I can now wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone who likes fun. An absolutely wonderful game.
Posted: July 1
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
955 products in account
44 reviews
4.2 hrs on record
Cook, Serve, Delicious is a charming restaurant management/cooking game that puts you in charge of a restaurant in an office tower. It is simple and easy to pick up, while at the same time taking tons of mastery to fully perfect and maximize a day.

Cook, Serve, Delicious starts you off with a no star, unknown diner operating within an office tower. You start off with some cash, and choose what dishes you'd like to serve. Each dish has an effect on your restaurant's appeal to customers, with certain dishes being attractive for a few days, others being staples that are always popular, while some have negative or positive effects at certain points in the day. The dishes are served up by you as the day runs by, with each dish having a different cooking process, with some dishes having several variations thanks to a multitude of ingredients. You must try your best to cook the meal to perfection while also doing it as fast as possible, while juggling multiple orders and restaurant chores as well.

As you move on, you unlock more recipes, or upgrade current recipes to add to its price, but also adding complexity to each dish. You can also upgrade your restaurants equipment to help with your day-to-day, increasing your customer's patience, decreasing the frequency of chores, and so on. You aim to complete goals to increase your restaurants rating, thereby giving you a higher-class clientele and access to cooking challenges and such.

The game displays itself in a 2D, cartoon world. It is colorful and charming, with many of the food looking quite delicious while still keeping a stylized flair to it. The game's interface is clear and concise - each dish will show you what keys to press to perform actions, and the UI is kept lean and simple, making the game very easy to play.

Cook, Serve, Delicious is an excellent cooking game and will draw you in with ease. Soon, you'll be finding yourself wanting to cook faster and faster while balancing complex recipes such as soup and pasta, which is quite daunting thanks to the many ingredients in both. This game is a splendidly designed game. If I had to compare it to another game, I would say it acts like a much more cheerful version of Papers, Please in terms of gameplay - simple, but increasingly complex, yet also very satisfying.

Fully recommend this game. Have fun.
Posted: April 14
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185 of 198 people (93%) found this review helpful
448 products in account
14 reviews
48.0 hrs on record
"Your food is just meh. I might come back, dunno"
SherriSoda Tower worker (God damn you!)

A great game, that gives you everything that it promises. It is casual, very grindy, very addictive and it is really funny. It is both simple and hardcore X) You start with 1 star restaurant and in couple hours you know every hobo that comes to drink beer to your place at 9 am. It is incredible funny to play with your family, sitting nearby, watching your poor restaurant management. To give names to all the visitors, to invent their biography, and to comment their choices like "Omg lady it's you again and you want more ice cream?! you already ordered 3 scoops of ice cream in the morning, you won't fool anyone here by changing your clothes".
So you work your way to 5 stars and posh ladies, ordering wine and lobster. Both music and art style are lovely, food is drawn yummy and appetizing, and it makes you want to cook it in real life. Side missions like dating, vip guests, robbery and hardcore catering\iron cook events gives you healthy dose of fun and competitive expirience.
I recommend it to people who admit existence of their inner child, who understand that it is just a very cute&casual simulator, who are curious enough to read all the spam letters and food description, and who will addictively push wrong buttons while cooking the most horrible soup in the universe.
Posted: February 2
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