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level in restaurant city

What are the levels and upgrades available?

If you click your Gourmet Points bar, it will tell you how many points are required for the next level and what you will be awarded!

Level 1
50 Gourmet Points
2000 Cash

Level 2
70 Gourmet Points
3rd Employee and 300 Cash

Level 3
100 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 4
200 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 5
500 Gourmet Points
4th Employee and 300 Cash

Level 6
1,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 7
2,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 8
4,000 Gourmet Points
5th Employee and 300 Cash

Level 9
6,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 10
8,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 11
10,000 Gourmet Points
6th Employee and 300 Cash

Level 12
14,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 13
18,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 14
22,000 Gourmet Points
7th Employee and 300 Cash

Level 15
30,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 16
38,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 17
46,000 Gourmet Points
8th Employee and 300 Cash

Level 18
58,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 19
70,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 20
86,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 21
102,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 22
122,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 23
142,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 24
166,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 25
190,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 26
218,000 Gourmet Points
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

Level 27
Larger Restaurant and 300 Cash

restaurant city design compo

we pride ourselves on squeezing every last gourmet point of out of our staff before they collapse from exhaustion! This guide will show you how to build efficient and effective restaurant layouts to maximize your bottom line!

Note: This guide only covers single "island" layouts, which are easier to build but not as efficient as multiple island layouts. If you're feeling adventurous (or you are "hardcore") and don't mind a bit of extra work, go check out my Guide to Multiple Island Layouts.

Basic Strategies

1. Don't make your waiters walk
The less your waiter walks, the more time he spends serving and the less time he spends getting there.

2. Too many tables!
Resist the urge to add as many tables as you can afford. If you have too many tables and not enough cooks, you won't get the food out fast enough! I find that you should only offer 3 tables for each cook you have.

3. Center your stoves
Keep your stoves centered. A food order from any table can go to any stove. Don't keep all your stoves clustered in one area.

4. Use corners
Your waiter can service in all 8 directions, so use corners as much as possible to give him the most reach.

5. Box waiters in
Form a complete square or rectangle using your tables to trap the waiters in. This way, they don't wander around needlessly to serve food.

6. Avoid the walls
Don't set your tables and chairs against a wall or the grass:

Customers aren't very courteous and they refuse to scoot in! The 3 empty seats shown above will always remain empty because the two customers block them off.

Advanced Strategies

7. Count steps
A good, quick rule of thumb to judge a layout's efficiency is to ask yourself: how many steps maximum do my waiters have to take?

Both these layouts have the same number of tables and stoves, but one is more efficient! Which one?

The answer is the first one, because waiters only have to travel a maximum of 2 steps. In the second one, waiters have to travel a maximum of 3.

8. Avoid diagonals
Look closely at your waiters' speed, you can actually see that they move slower diagonally! It takes1.4 times longer to cross a tile diagonally than to cross it up, down, left, or right (but it is still faster than going through 2 tiles!). Whenever possible, within reason, try to remove diagonals from your waiters' path.

9. A Note on "Island" Layouts
You'll sometimes see restaurants that have two or more "islands", each island having their own cooks and waiters, like this one:

These islands are very effective, because smaller designs (with less cooks and tables) are much more efficient than bigger, bulkier designs. However, they're also more difficult to create. I've written a Guide to Island Layouts, but this guide will focus strictly on traditional designs since these are easier.

Recommended Layouts

All right, enough talk, here are my recommended layouts!

2 Cooks, 1 Waiter

3 Cooks, 1 Waiter
(Special thanks to Orphaen)

3 Cooks, 2 Waiters
Keep the same layout as above (3 Cooks, 1 Waiter), because you'll need more cooks to handle more tables.

4 Cooks, 2 Waiters

5 Cooks, 2 Waiters

What to do when you have 8 staff
Congratulations, you now have a full staff! If you've come this far, you should really consider using island layouts instead, since it's hard to make an efficient 8 staff "traditional" layout. Check out my guide on Island Layouts.

restaurant city daily food quiz

Update: Quick glance at the newly added questions...

Q: Which of the following beverages does not contain milk?
A: Espresso

Q: In which restaurant do you typically find burritos?
A: Mexican

Q: Which coffee drink does not have any milk?
A: Espresso

Q: How many Gourmet points do you get for a level 10 dish?
A: 2.8

Q: Which of the following herbs is found in Béarnaise Sauce?
A: Tarragon

Q: Hors D'oeuvres is French for?
A: Appetizers

Q: Kobe Beef originates from which country?
A: Japan

Q: Marzipan is made from?
A: Almonds

Q: Which of the following is not the ingredient of Mayonnaise?
A: Milk

Q: Which item is not a type of pasta?
A: Miso

Q: Which of the following is traditionally found in pesto?
A: Basil

Q: What gives traditional salsa verde its vibrant green color?
A: Parsley

Q: Traditional Soy Sauce is?
A: Salty

Q: Truffles are?
A: Fungi

Please make sure that the answers are really correct!
I'm aware that some of us may not remember the exact's okay. If someone does know the exact wording, let me know...I'll update.

THANK YOU FOR ALL CONTRIBUTIONS! You know who you are :-)
Q: Agar is a gelatinous substance derived from what?
A: Seaweed

Q: Which of the following beverages does not contain milk?
A: Espresso

Q: Bechamel sauce is also known as...
A: White Sauce

Q: To blanch a vegetable, means to?
A: Boil and Cool off quickly

Q: In which restaurant do you typically find burritos?
A: Mexican

Q: Calamari is fried?
A: Squid

Q: What is a Calzone?
A: A turnover made of pizza dough

Q: In which restaurant would you typically find Calzone?
A: Italian

Q: Caviar is made from?
A: Fish Egg

Q: What kind of pizza is chicago style?
A: Deep dish

Q: Chilli is a?
A: Fruit

Q: Which of these chillies is the spiciest?
A: Naga jolokia pepper

Q: What is chinese gooseberry called in ancient time?
A: Kiwi

Q: What is chocolate bloom?
A: Cocoa fat or sugar

Q: The chuck is found where on the cow?
A: Front

Q: Which coffee drink does not have any milk?
A: Espresso

Q: Which continent produces the most cocoa?
A: Africa

Q: What is coconut?
A: Fruit

Q: Q: A crepe is typical a ...?
A: Thinly cooked pancake

Q: Dim sum originated from which country?
A: China

Q: Dulce de leche is prepared by heating...?
A: Sweetened Milk

Q: Which sauce is typically used in the dish Eggs Benedict?
A: Hollandaise sauce

Q: Where did Feta Cheese come from?
A: Greece

Q: The flank is found where on the cow?
A: Mid

Q: Foie gras is food made from which part of an animal?
A: Liver

Q: In England, French Fries are called?
A: Chips

Q: To garnish a dish, means to?
A: Add final touches

Q: What is gelatin made of?
A: Algae

Q: How many Gourmet points do you get for a level 10 dish?
A: 2.8

Q: Granny smith apples are?
A: Green

Q: Grapes grow on?
A: Vines

Q: The main ingredient in Guacamole is?
A: Avocado

Q: Where is the hamburger originaly from?
A: United states

Q: What is Hashi?
A: Chopsticks

Q: Which of the following herbs is found in Béarnaise Sauce?
A: Tarragon

Q: Honey comes from?
A: Bees

Q: What is the main ingredient in Houmous?
A: Chickpeas

Q: Hors D'oeuvres is French for?
A: Appetizers

Q: What is Houmous made of?
A: Chickpeas

Q: Kimchi is a Korean dish made of fermented?
A: Vegetables

Q: What is Ketchup made of?
A: Tomatoes

Q: Kobe Beef originates from which country?
A: Japan

Q: Lard is the fat obtained from which animal?
A: Pig

Q: Marzipan is made from?
A: Almonds

Q: Which of the following is not the ingredient of Mayonnaise?
A: Milk

Q: Naan is typically from?
A: India

Q: Naan Bread is served with... ?
A: Indian Food

Q: Natto, a traditional Japanese food, is made from fermented?
A: Soybeans

Q: New-York Style Pizzas are typically?
A: Thin crust

Q: Which item is not a type of pasta?
A: Miso

Q: Which of the following is traditionally found in pesto?
A: Basil

Q: The pizza originates from which country?
A: Italy

Q: To poach something means?
A: To cook in boiling water

Q: To Proof dough means to...
A: Allow it to rise

Q: Prunes are dried...?
A: Plums

Q: Raisins are dried...?
A: Grapes

Q: Ratatouille is?
A: A vegetarian dish

Q: The main ingredient of Ratatouille is?
A: Tomatoes

Q: To refresh vegetables is....?
A: To immerse in COLD water

Q: What is the color of Rhubarb?
A: Red

Q: The rump is found where on the cow?
A: Back

Q: What is Saffron?
A: Spice

Q: Saffron is a?
A: Spice

Q: What gives traditional salsa verde its vibrant green color?
A: Parsley

Q: Sauerkraut is made from?
A: Fermented Cabbage

Q: To saute a dish, means to?
A: Fry quickly in hot pan

Q: The sirloin is found where on the cow?
A: Mid

Q: What is the most expensive spice in the world?
A: Saffron

Q: Which of the following spices is the most expensive?
A: Pure Vanilla

Q: Traditional Soy Sauce is?
A: Salty

Q: Steak tartare is a meat dish made from raw?
A: Beef

Q: What is Stracchino?
A: a fresh cheese from Italy

Q: In which restaurant would you typically find sushi?
A: Japanese

Q: Where does taco orignate from?
A: Mexico

Q: In which restaurant would you typically find tacos?
A: Mexican

Q: In which restaurant would you typically find Tapas?
A: Spanish

Q: What is the main ingredient of tofu?
A: Soybean

Q: A tomato is a?
A: Fruit

Q: Truffles are?
A: Fungi

Q: What color is Tuna meat?
A: Pink

Q: The Tuna is a?
A: Salt Water Fish

Q: Where is Tuna from?
A: Salt Water

Q: The main ingredients in Tzatziki are?
A: Yoghurt and Cucumber

Q: Venison is the meat from what animal?
A: Deer

Q: What is the main ingredient of wasabi?
A: Horseradish

Q: Wasabi is made from a type of Japanese?
A: Horseradish

restaurant city! TUGU MONAS

TUGU MONAS???wkwkwkwkwkkw


Restaurant city


Dont waste your money in decoration when you start, dont buy floor and expensive chairs, tables or stooves*. (I made those mistakes that's why u must avoid it)

Dont buy expensive ones! they are the same with another design, if u think ppl are more comfortable with luxury chairs/tables ur wrong.. its the same a chair of 150$ than 1 of 1400$!
Same with stooves! The 200$ Stoove works equal than the 4000$ they has just a different decoration for your design..

So, Buy things that you really need.

Put the tables near the stooves, dont make the waitres walk too much and you will earn points and cash faster!

Make people walk a lot before they reach chair, thats a huge adventage for you, the waitres has more time to serve other persons and clean the table too. Dont waste money in expensive mazes.. make it with trophies ,mailbox and junk too

This is the calculation of all the ingredients you will need to get all the dishes to lvl 10

Cheese x 90
Flour x 80
Potato x 80
Cream x 70
Egg x 70
Salad x 70
Tomato x 70
Rice x 60
Beef x 50
Bread x 50
Butter x 50
Bayleaf x 40
Chicken x 40
Sugar x 40
Tuna x 40
Chili x 30
Garlic x 30
Icecream x 30
Leek x 30
Lemon x 30
Milk x 30
Onion x 30
Pasta x 30
Peas x 30
Strawberry x 30
Banana x 20
Bacon x 20
Basil x 20
Beans x 20
Carrot x 20
Chocolate x 20
Kiwi x 20
Lamb x 20
Lime x 20
Lobster x 20
Mango x 20
Mushroom x 20
Pork x 20
Prawn x 20
Pumpkin x 20
Sausage x 20
Tofu x 20
Apple x 20
Dragon Fruit x 10
Noodles x 10
Pepperoni x 10
Pomegranate x 10
Saffron x 10
Sweetcorn x 10

Restaurant City cheat


Expand the tables after geting the 8th employer

Now u've more space.. Make the maze bigger!

Now we are lvl 17. What shall we do?
Make an island as well, the best and fastest way to get points and cash

What do i mean with islands?
Here you have a tutorial about islands:

Remember, dont waste money in decoration and designs before reaching lvl 20.. use that money to get points faster.. example, dont make your emplyer rest, give him/her water when he/she is 75% and you will have a lot of popularity points too.

Why I dont grow points? I want to level up!:

Your gourmet points (the points you need to level up) go up faster if you open your interior page (restaurant city game opened). If you go outside or close the game, you get money but your points doesnt go up.

My points are growing so slow.. Why?

Because you need lvl 10 dishes!

1 of each.. (Starter, Main, Dessert)

Example: if you have a lvl 1 starter dish, lvl 10 main dish, lvl 1 dessert dish
when the costumer eats a starter u receive low points, when the costumer eats the main (lvl 10) you obtain 3ple points (2.8 l 3..)

So, you need 3 dishes in lvl 10 and then you will lvl up faster!

restaurant city design A star


You have now the stuff u need( in door items), 8 costumers and a cool restaurant, maybe u asked yourself what shall you do.. well heres a small and big tip for you:

Money: Dont waste money on items, just take care of your employers health.
The most health, the most they work, so what do i mean..

* If ur employer reached 75 health give her/him water 75% > 100%
* If ur employer reached 50 health give her/him apple 50% > 100%
* If ur employer reached 25 health give her/him banana 25% > 100%
* If ur employer reached 0 health give her/him water sandwitch% > 100%

With 3 dishes in 10 and all ur empoyers working hard u'll make 15.000 points a day

Click on the picture > FULL!

When you are high lvl you must put 2 doors 4 toilets & 4 retro arcade machine

1 table & machine near to 1 door
and 1 table & machine near to the other door
toilets near the doors or in the middle

Toilets added... u should follow these rules i made:

2 cook + 1 waiter + 1 cleaner
3 cook + 1 waiter + 1 cleaner
4 cook + 1 waiter + 1 cleaner
4 cook + 2 waiter + 1 cleaner
5 cook + 2 waiter + 1 cleaner

Toilets are disgusting, what can u do to avoid them?
Hide em as i do! LOL


Restaurant city all dishes

All RC Dishes:


restaurant city design

This is my friend resto....

Some older designs from CopyCatty:
LakeRoamance without drinks
LakeRomance (old)

Some LR Milestones:

The Milestone of 53 lv 10 dishes
The Breakthrough of 100,000

Hi all again!

Welcome again to our new LakeRomance!

Even the name hasn't changed our interior changed thx to drinks! But unfortunately you only enjoy the lovely coffee from fridges.... but they're still hot (our chef would kindly slightly boil the coffee before serving them to you. Also, one of the chefs changed to waiter so that we can serve you more quickly!

Please enjoy!

restaurant city popularity

Many people think that arcades somehow make their restaurant more efficient. I am here to explain why this is not true. The following is admittedly a wall of text more apt for a paper, but I suggest you read the text when you have time.

The mechanics of RC popularity is poorly understood. But simply put, popularity is a measure of efficiency. Because different restaurants have complex mechanics, we will picture a simplified ideal restaurant for a simpler understanding of the matter.

Popularity achieves a state of equilibrium depending on the efficiency of the restaurant. For every satisfied paying customer, 0.1 popularity is gained. On the other hand, every unsatisfied customer decreases popularity by 0.1. For every restaurant, there is a maximum capacity determined by the layout. That is, all restaurants have only a certain number of customers it can serve over a fixed amount of time. The ideal scenario is the case where whenever a customer orders a meal, the waiters can serve it instantly, consuming only 15 seconds preparation time to serve each customer. With 6 chefs cooking 1 meal each every 15 seconds, this gives us 24 customers served per minute. This is equivalent to 24 thumbs up per minute, which then gives our restaurant a 2.4 popularity gain per minute. Thus, if there were no unsatisfied customers, the popularity would increase until it reaches the 50.0 popularity cap.

However, unsatisfied customers are inevitable. Popularity increases the number of people going inside the restaurant, and there will come a time that more than 24 people per minute will go inside the restaurant. First, 25 people per minute will enter. No matter what we do, that extra customer cannot be served. Thus he will leave, and give a negative point. This will give us a net gain of 2.3 popularity per minute, but this is still a positive value and will still increase our popularity. As popularity increases, there will come a time that the popularity is high enough so that 48 people will enter the restaurant per minute. 24 of them can never be served, and thus will leave giving us -2.4 popularity per minute. At this time, the number of thumbs up and thumbs downs are equal and thus the net popularity gain is 0. The popularity rating will remain steady, and this will be our equilibrium point. The popularity rating at which this occurs is the equilibrium popularity, which is the popularity at which satisfied and unsatisfied customers per minute are equal.

(This is where I state the logic for letting us have more employees! We do deserve them. )

More efficient restaurants can serve more customers per minute so their equilibrium popularity is higher. Sometimes the restaurant is efficient enough to be worth more than 50.0 popularity, meaning at 50.0 popularity, more customers get served than leave unsatisfied. This leaves the net popularity gain per minute a positive value, but because there is a cap, no gain in popularity occurs and no extra customers enter per minute. This is why I think the 50.0 cap is pointless, as there is still a maximum number of customers 8 employees can serve. Only when the number of employees are unlimited will a popularity cap make sense. This can also serve as a reason as why we should be free to hire as many employees as we want: the maximum amount of customers we can serve is determined by how many customers enter the restaurant anyway and so it shouldn’t matter if we use 20 employees serving them or if we use only 8. Nevertheless, this is a separate issue which isn’t directly related to the issue at hand.

More often than not, for low-level restaurants and inefficient restaurants, the equilibrium point is achieved before the 50.0 popularity rating is reached. But people want to achieve 50.0 popularity no matter what, and so resort to using arcades.

Solnaga's level 5 restaurant. You can see that with the addition of arcades, the popularity rating of his level 5 restaurant has increased and reached the 50.0 popularity rating cap. Although he has lots of customers inside, he can still serve at most 4 customers per minute, and has not improved his GP or EXP earning capacity.

Arcades raise the equilibrium point by preventing customers who cannot be served from giving a thumbs down. In a restaurant which is already at equilibrium, each arcade added will decrease the number of thumb-downs per minute. Let us say that an arcade takes 15 seconds as well for a customer to finish before leaving. This gives us up to 4 unsatisfied customers per minute per arcade who are prevented from giving a negative rating. At our current popularity if we add 1 arcade, that means that 24 customers will get served, giving 2.4 popularity per minute, 20 people will leave while giving -2.0 popularity and 4 people will use the arcade and leave without a rating. This gives us a net of 0.4 popularity gain per minute, and thus will increase the popularity. This will go on until such a time that the popularity is high enough so that 52 customers enter the restaurant per minute, with 24 being served and giving 2.4 popularity per minute, 24 people leave and give -2.4 popularity per minute and 4 people leave after using the arcade. At this time, a new equilibrium popularity is reached. As seen from this example, arcades increase the number of customers coming to the restaurant, but do not affect the rate at which they are successfully served. In our example restaurant, only 24 people per minute can be served, no matter how many arcades we have. It is therefore evident that even though arcades can increase the popularity of a restaurant, it does nothing to increase the rate at which the restaurant earns money and GP, which is solely determined by the number of customers served by minute, and not the total number of customers going inside the restaurant per minute.

In summary, even though arcades can make a restaurant’s popularity go up, it does not increase the rate at which customers get served, which is the sole thing that determines the rate of Exp or GP gain. It is worthy to note that popularity can only be seen by you, and not by any visitor, and so it is pointless to have 50.0 pop with the use of arcades if your concern is to make your restaurant ‘efficient’ or to earn money and exp faster. If you are new to the game and would like to level or gain money faster, arcades are not a solution. But if you like the way it looks in your restaurant or if you like seeing the number 50.0, then by all means use it.

Restaurant City // ingredient Market

Ingredient Market Available!!! (Since 21 May 2009)

It's on the top right hand corner with the guy (or girl whatever) holding leeks and carrots!!

Everyday there will be 3 different ingredients for you to purchase

Below are the ingredients that was on the market before.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
21 May (Thu): Prawn (7,000) | Sweetcorn (10,000) | Apple (10,000)
22 May (Fri): Bacon (4,000) | Lamb (8,000) | Noodles (10,000)
23 May (Sat): Basil (8,000) | Pasta (6,000) | Salad (9,000)
24 May (Sun): Apple (10,000) | Bacon (4,000) | Lemon (7,000)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
25 May (Mon): Saffron (7,000) | Chili (9,000) | Mushroom (8,000)
26 May (Tue): Prawn (4,000) | Tuna (8,000) | Banana (9,000)
27 May (Wed): Apple (8,000) | Saffron (6,000) | Chili (8,000)
28 May (Thu): Kiwi (10,000) | Noodles (4,000) | Apple (6,000)
29 May (Fri): Kiwi (7,000) | Pepperoni (9,000) | Banana (7,000)
29 May (Fri) After Maintenance: Beef (7,000) | Chicken (9,000) | Flour (7,000)
30 May (Sat): Dragon Fruit (4,000) | Cheese (8,000) | Sausage (8,000)
31 May (Sun): Beef (8,000) | Leek (6,000) | Mango (7,000)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
01 Jun (Mon): Icecream (10,000) | Lobster (4,000) | Pumpkin (7,000)
02 Jun (Tue): Icecream (7,000) | Lemon (9,000) | Pepperoni (6,000)
03 Jun (Wed): Chocolate (4,000) | Sausage (7,000) | Sweetcorn (6,000)
04 Jun (Thu): Chocolate (6,000) | Chocolate (6,000) | Leek (5,000)
04 Jun (Thu) After Maintenance: Chocolate (6,000) | Cheese (10,000) | Pork (7,000)
05 Jun (Fri): Banana (7,000) | Lobster (10,000) | Pepperoni (9,000)
06 Jun (Sat): Banana (4,000) | Lemon (7,000) | Tuna (10,000)
07 Jun (Sun): Butter (8,000) | Sausage (7,000) | Bread (10,000)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
08 Jun (Mon): Banana (5,000) | Chocolate (5,000) | Pumpkin (10,000)
09 Jun (Tue): Strawberry (7,000) | Egg (10,000) | Salad (7,000)
10 Jun (Wed): Strawberry (4,000) | Butter (8,000) | Bacon (9,000)
11 Jun (Thu): Apple (8,000) | Potato (5,000) | Dragon Fruit (9,000)
12 Jun (Fri): Apple (5,000) | Basil (5,000) | Beans (8,000)
13 Jun (Sat): Rice (7,000) | Kiwi (10,000) | Tuna (8,000)
14 Jun (Sun): Rice (4,000) | Dragon Fruit (8,000) | Carrot (7,000)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
15 Jun (Mon): Pumpkin (8,000) | Pasta (6,000) | Strawberry (4,000)
16 Jun (Tue): Pumpkin (5,000) | Tuna (10,000) | Pepperoni (7,000)
17 Jun (Wed): Pork (7,000) | Cheese (8,000) | Bacon (7,000)
18 Jun (Thu): Milk (4,000) | Leek (8,000) | Rice (6,000)
19 Jun (Fri): Rice (8,000) | Onion (6,000) | Beans (7,000)
20 Jun (Sat): Pork (5,000) | Sweetcorn (4,000) | Salad (6,000)
21 Jun (Sun): Sausage (9,000) | Potato (4,000) | Bread (7,000)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
22 Jun (Mon): Sausage (6,000) | Basil (8,000) | Pumpkin (6,000)
23 Jun (Tue): Sugar (8,000) | Lobster (6,000) | Flour (7,000)
24 Jun (Wed): Sugar (5,000) | Lemon (6,000) | Sweetcorn (8,000)
25 Jun (Thu): Pasta (9,000) | Sugar (8,000) | Cheese (6,000)
26 Jun (Fri): Pasta (4,000) | Tuna (9,000) | Beans (5,000)
27 Jun (Sat): Pepperoni (8,000) | Egg (6,000) | Carrot (4,000)
28 Jun (Sun): Pepperoni (5,000) | Banana (4,000) | Tuna (7,000)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
29 Jun (Mon): Lamb (9,000) | Flour (9,000) | Pumpkin (4,000)
30 Jun (Tue): Chili (4,000) | Sweetcorn (9,000) | Pepperoni (4,000)
01 Jul (Wed): Pasta (8,000) | Kiwi (6,000) | Sweetcorn (6,000)
02 Jul (Thu): Lamb(5,000) | Dragon Fruit (4,000) | Bread (5,000)
03 Jul (Fri): Chicken (9,000) | Strawberry (9,000) | Beans (10,000)
04 Jul (Sat): Butter (4,000) | Chili (7,000) | Salad (4,000)
05 Jul (Sun): Chili (8,000) | Cheese (7,000) | Tuna (5,000)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
06 Jul (Mon): Chicken (5,000) | Leek (5,000) | Dragon Fruit (4,000)
07 Jul (Tue): Basil (6,000) | Strawberry (8,000) | Salad (7,000)
08 Jul (Wed): Tomato (10,000) | Chili (7,000) | Bacon (6,000)
09 Jul (Thu): Bacon (5,000) | Cheese (5,000) | Dragon Fruit (9,000)
10 Jul (Fri): Basil (9,000) | Milk (10,000) | Beans (8,000)
10 Jul (Fri) After Maintenance: Pepperoni (2,600) | Lamb (3,400) | Chocolate (3,700)
11 Jul (Sat): Apple (3,400) | Lemon (4,400) | Chicken (4,200)
12 Jul (Sun): Bayleaf (3,000) | Kiwi (4,100) | Cheese (4,800)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
13 Jul (Mon): Rice (4,100) | Noodles (2,500) | Chili (3,000)
14 Jul (Tue): Mango (3,700) | Chicken (4,700) | Sugar (3,600)
15 Jul (Wed): Egg (4,500) | Lemon (3,200) | Carrot (4,100)
16 Jul (Thu): Garlic (4,200) | Carrot (2,900) | Mushroom (4,700)
17 Jul (Fri): Leek (2,700) | Carrot (3,800) | Cheese (2,900)
18 Jul (Sat): Icecream (4,900) | Carrot (3,500) | Chocolate (3,500)
19 Jul (Sun): Bread (3,100) | Sausage (4,500) | Carrot (4,000)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
20 Jul (Mon): Bread (2,800) | Chicken (4,200) | Tofu (4,600)
21 Jul (Tue): Peas (3,800) | Butter (2,600) | Dragon Fruit (2,800)
22 Jul (Wed): Prawn (3,500) | Butter (4,800) | Chili (3,400)
23 Jul (Thu): Rice (2,800) | Kiwi (2,800) | Cheese (4,600)
24 Jul (Fri): Icecream (4,900) | Bread (2,500) | Sugar (2,700)
25 Jul (Sat): Lamb (3,500) | Lobster (3,400) | Chicken (3,400)
26 Jul (Sun): Kiwi (3,100) | Chocolate (3,100) | Onion (4,000)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
27 Jul (Mon): Banana (3,900) | Garlic (4,100) | Carrot (4,600)
28 Jul (Tue): Tuna (3,600) | Garlic (3,800) | Chocolate (2,700)
28 Jul (Tue) After Maintenance: Potato (3,600) | Chili (3,800) | Mushroom (2,700)
29 Jul (Wed): Icecream (4,700) | Bread (3,300) | Carrot (2,600)
30 Jul (Thu): Pomegranate (4,200) | Rice (4,400) | Dragon Fruit (3,900)
31 Jul (Fri): Egg (2,900) | Cheese (4,500) | Mango (3,900)

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Pet Society In China


Restaurant City // ★New items★ updates 29 July 2009

New item added in Restaurant City on 29 July 2009

We have some great news for you today! As well as lots of fun new items and features added to

Restaurant City, here at Playfish we are sure there is a particular update you have all been

waiting for... the Drinks Menu has been introduced to Restaurant City!

After listening to your suggestions of different drinks you wanted to see in your restaurants we

have added a variety of beverages including Tea, Coffee, Lemonade, Peach Iced Tea and Bubble

Tea. And of course with these new drinks being added we had to throw in a few more

. These include tea leaves, coffee beans, ice and water.

The Drinks Menu will be unlocked when you reach level 15. When this happens customers eating

at your restaurant will start to request drinks and show a brand new speech bubble when the

waitress or waiter takes too long to serve them.

As well as the new menu and the new ingredients, you can now buy drink dispensers from the

shop which can be used by your employees to serve drinks!

However, it’s not all about the Drinks Menu, we have many other updates too! One great new

feature means that you can now select multiple dishes to be served in your restaurant.

Depending on the level you have reached in Restaurant City you can serve more dishes in your

restaurant, so for those of you between levels 1- 9 you can select 1 extra dish per course, those

of you between 10-19 you can select 2 extra dishes per course and players between level 20- 27

you can select 3 extra dishes per course. Your customers will be spoilt for choice!

Other updates include new quiz questions so we can check you are all keeping up to date on

your culinary knowledge and a change to the shop which now shows new items at the front of the

list so you always have the latest objects in store!

Make sure you let us know what you think about this update!


FAQ for Drinks in Restaurant City

Credits : Copy Catty


Drinks has just been released and many people have difficulties dealing with it... so here

comes so basics:

What is a drink?

Basically, it's another category of dish that you serve. Drinks can be served after level 15.

You can choose up to 3 drinks to serve.

How do I serve drinks?

You have to buy yourself a soda dispenser and / or a fridge.

How do I level up drinks?

Just like other menus, you collect ingredients.

Who prepares drinks?

Your waiters.

What's the best staff allocation for island layouts with 8 staff?

2 islands: 2 chef, 2 waiters.

1 island: 3 chef, 4 waiters, 1 cleaner.

I served a drink. Now what?

You can wait for a waiter to clean it up and you get your GP - just like a normal dish!

How long does it take for a waiter to prepare a drink with energy over 80%?

Around 12-13 seconds whilst stoves need 16.


Hope you guys benefit from this updates.

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Country Story tips and tricks

Country Story from Playfish Tips and Tricks.


Guide credits : Sonya and Knowlege Base

Gameplay Preview

1. How do I buy and plant seeds?

Firstly, click on the seed icon on the bottom right of your screen.

Click View Shop to see what you can buy.

After buying the seeds, they will be available in your inventory. Click on the seed you want to


After choosing the seed, the seed icon will now change to your chosen seed. Click on ploughed

plots to start planting them.

You can check how long until you can harvest your crops at any time by selecting the white

arrow icon and hovering over the crop, this will also tell you which crop it is!

You unlock new crops as you level up.


2. How do I water my crops?

To water your crops, first select the blue watering can icon. To fill your watering can, select the

well towards the top left corner of your farm. Then select the plots that you wish to water by

clicking on them one at a time.


3. What are animals (chicken, sheep, and cow) for?

The animals give produce which can help you earn additional income, chickens will given you

eggs, sheep will give you wool and cows will give milk.

When you have an animal you will notice it will have a timer. The initial timer is the time until

your animal is full grown and hence capable of producing eggs/wool/milk, the timers after this

point is how long until the next produce is ready for you to collect.

You will need to feed your animals regularly to keep them growing/producing. If you feed them

fully, the food should last for 22 hours until you need to feed them again. Chickens eat Chicken

Wheat, and Sheep and Cows eat Grass.

Chicken Wheat and Grass are crops that if you just grow to sell, you will not make profit from, so

you should grow them primarily to feed your animals!


4. What are sticks and stones for?

Sticks and Stones are used to build/upgrade your animals housing and other farm structure,

they are also used in some quests.

You will be able to collect a total of 5 sticks and/or stones from each friend’s farm each day.

When visiting a friend’s farm simply click sticks or stones to pick them up! The sticks and stones

reset each day at midnight GMT.


5. How do I earn coins?

You can earn coins by selling harvested crops and animal produce, and completing quests. You

can find your crops and produce that you can sell in your ‘storage’ section.

You can also earn some random coins when ploughing plots and watering crops.


6. How do I earn experience points?

From the Knowledge Base:

Experience points are earned by doing various tasks around the farm, ranging from plowing the

soil, planting seeds, watering crops and harvesting crops.

You can also gain experience points from helping out other players on their farms and by

completing quests.


7. What is the stamina bar for and how do I replenish stamina?

From the Knowledge Base:

The stamina bar shows how much stamina you have left - when you do work on your farm or

other players farms, you lose stamina. Once the stamina has completely depleted, you will no

longer be able to work - and therefore must wait until it replenishes itself again. It takes about 6

hours to replenish stamina without food.

You can buy food at the market in order to replenish stamina more quickly, and do more work

on the farm. The cost of the food varies, as does the amount of stamina that particular food



8. What are friendship points and how do they work?

From the Knowledge Base:

Friend points indicate how friendly you are with a friend. Friend points are used when you ask a

friend to help you look after your crop.

Click on the friendship icon to view your friend points.

Friend points increase when you give a present that is more than 100 coins to a friend. Take

note that anything less than 100 will not be noticeable. In addition, the maximum number of

friend points can only increase by 10 per day per friend. There will be no further increase even if

you give more presents.

For every gift that’s worth 100 coins, you get 1 friend point. The points can be used to ensure

your crops are looked after by that particular friend, and this stops other friends from stealing

from you!


9. What is the weather system (sunshine, clouds and bars) all about?

This indicates whether it is day or night and also displays the weather. Once the little bars

surrounding the weather is filled up, it will change from either day to night or night to day. Day

and night changes are approximately one hour.


10. Can I move plots I’ve ploughed, decorations or animals?

You are not able to moved ploughed plots.

You can move your decorations and animals. To move your decorations, select ‘Decorate’ and

then click and drag any decoration to the new location you want it. To move your animals open

your storage, select your animals tab, and then it should allow you to click and drag your animals

to a new location.


11. What do the different fertilizers do?

Fertilizers will reduce the growing time of your plants. Right now you can only buy them with

Playfish Cash, and receiving them from quests, don’t know if they will add it for coins in the

future or if it will stay this way.

You can find out how much time they reduce by clicking on them in the store fertilizer tab.

Level 1 Fertilizer : 2 Playfish Cash reduces grow time by 4 hrs

Level 2 Fertilizer : 4 Playfish Cash reduces grow time by 9 hrs

Level 3 Fertilizer : 6 Playfish Cash reduces grow time by 14 hrs

Level 4 Fertilizer : 8 Playfish Cash cash reduces grow time by 19 hrs

Level 5 Fertilizer : 10 Playfish Cash reduces grow time by 24 hrs


12. What is stealing and how does it work?

Stealing, is when you go to a friend’s farm, or a friend comes to your farm, and uses the black

glove to take some of the fully grown crops.

Initially, you have up to 5 grabs from each friend, and each grab can take 2 fruit/vegetables.

Once you gain your stealing trophy, your available grabs will increase. Your amount of grabs

available each day resets at midnight GMT.

As you are taking crops from your friend, this reduces what they are able to harvest, so there is

a maximum amount that can be stolen from each fully grown crop. Once this maximum is

reached, if you try and steal from that crop, you will receive a message letting you know that you

need to leave some for the owner.

Also, if they have assigned a friend to look after a particular crop, you will not be able to take

anything from that crop. If you try you will receive a message letting you know that that crop

belongs to a friend.

You can use your friendship points to assign friends to look after your crops to protect them if

you wish. Also, once you have a dog, the dog will also assist in protecting your crops.

Please remember that some people may not be keen about participating in this feature, so think

before you swipe!


13. I’m having issues loading Country Story, what should I do?

Make sure you have the latest version of flash installed. You can check what version you

currently have here: . And can download the latest version from the

Adobe website: .

Clear your cache! (The Knowledge Base has instructions for this!) And re-start your computer!

Check that Java is enabled on your browser, for instructions on how to enable Java, check out

this site:

Sometimes people have this issue when they have a lot of friends on their list, you can try

removing some (particularly relevant if you have over 150 friends).

Check out:

Use the Support Link if all else fails!

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Pet Society Cheats // Money Cheats // Patiniox

Patiniox had released the new cheats for Pet Society! The MONEY cheats just by brushing your

pets or your friends pets.

Credits : Patiniox

Tools you need :

1) Internet Explorer

2) Cheat Engine 5.5

3) Adobe Flash Player 9.0 // Version r124 (


Step 01 : Before searching for HEX first buy an apple or generate points from somewhere and

then brush or even a once-Pet.

Step 02 : Open your cheat engine for process list and choose internet explorer.

Step 03 : Scan 110FF2D045590FF2 with Hex, 8 Bytes and also read memory.

Step 04 : Scan 7D8B000005B38F0F with Hex, 8 Bytes and also read memory.

Step 05 : Copy the results and paste it into the code generator below and click Enviar.

Step 06 : Right click on the address on the cheat engine to choose disassemble this memory


Step 07 : Select Tools --> Autoassemble

Step 08 : Copy and Paste the result from the code generator inside the box and click execute.

Good Luck !

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Pet Society Cheats // Fishing Hack by Patiniox 25 July 2009

How to cheat in Pet society Fishing game

Pet Society latest cheat on 25 July 2009. Since pet society had already add a new features

in the game. Patiniox had find a way to hack& make the fishing method in a more

easiler way. This cheat let you fish a series of random fish in just two seconds.

Tools needed :

Cheat Engine 5.5

Internet Explorer // Firefox

Flash Player 9.0 // Download here


1. Go to the lake and start fishing

2. Catch a fish ( or something else like a shoe..)

3. Open Cheat Engine 5.5 and choose as process: FireFox.exe or Iexplorer

4. Tick HEX, Choose 8 bytes, And tick ASROM (Also Scan Read Only Memory)

5. Now next to the HEX box, fill in 758B00000024820F

6. First Scan

7. You'll receive 2 addresses


8. Right click, Dissamble this memory region of the first address

9. Now you'll get a new window, and right click the marked address

10. Choose: Replace with code that does nothing

11. Now go back to the lake and start fishing again

12. You'll see that you'll fish super fast!

13. To fish even faster, use the Speedhack function of Cheat Engine 5.5

14. How to speedhack: Go to the mainwindow of cheat engine and click: Enable Speedhack.

15. Now change the 1 into 5 (Not more (=crash))

16. Now you'll catch a fish supper fast! :D

17. Click Save, and your game will get saved.

Enjoy Cheating!

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