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JAN 19

Order Up!! To Go is now FEATURED on iTunes and the App Store! Check it out and help us drive it up the charts!

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  1. 1 | Michael

    January 19, 2012 at 7:28 pm

    This is a great improvement on a game that was already one of my favorites. I’m wearing my Burger Face paper hat as I write this. Can’t wait for the updates!

  2. 2 | Naman Mittal

    January 20, 2012 at 6:47 am

    The best game i played on iPhone !

  3. 3 | Team Chicken

    January 20, 2012 at 10:33 am

    Thanks, guys! We’re really glad you like it! We have updates coming soon as well!

  4. 4 | Mike Weiser

    January 21, 2012 at 7:50 am

    Hi Super Villain Studios!

    I was really impressed with Order Up!! To Go.  It’s a great game!

    I compose and produce music and sound effects for animation, games, film, tv, audiobooks, and iPhone/iPad applications.  

    If you’re in need of original music, sound design/effects or audio editing for any of your apps, or know any other developers that are looking for such services, please let me know! You can check out my online portfolio here:

    Nice job on all your application development so far!  Let me know if I can be involved with future apps as well as updates of current software.

    Hope to hear from you soon.


    Mike Weiser

  5. 5 | Maja

    January 25, 2012 at 7:02 am

    Downloaded it when I saw it featured on Toucharcade today and loving it! I must have played a couple of hours by now. Love the graphics, character design and music. Only unlocking the second row of recipes in the Gravy Chug now, can’t wait to see what’s next and meet some more special customers and staff! (I adore the GC waitress.)

    I’m just a little confused about the health inspector visiting; is it randomly determined? He appeared right after I’d cleaned my Chug, it was rather upsetting to be shut down.

  6. 6 | Team Chicken

    January 25, 2012 at 11:43 am

    @Maja – Yeah, we’ve noticed that he is a bit aggressive. He’s actually not supposed to show up at all for several days after you have cleaned. He’s only supposed to start checking in when you’re going a while without cleaning. On our list to fix with an update.

    Glad your enjoying the game! Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks and months!

    Also, if you or anyone else you know is playing, be sure to check out the Game’s Facebook page. This is the quickest way for us to update players with new information and offer tips on the game!

  7. 7 | Richard

    January 26, 2012 at 12:34 pm


    I had been having fun with this game and have sunk a lot of time into it, unlocking everything up until the Italian restaurant. But I recently quit the application in the middle of a service, and now when I try restarting the game and hit Continue at the main menu, it immediately crashes back to the iOS desktop. I’m at a loss, and I’m really unhappy to lose my progress. I was looking forward to spending more time with this game, but I don’t want to reinstall and start over from scratch, especially if this might happen again in the future. An advice for fixing this issue?


  8. 8 | Richard

    January 26, 2012 at 12:37 pm

    Oh, I should also mention that I’m on an iPad 2.

  9. 9 | Team Chicken

    January 26, 2012 at 1:06 pm

    @Richard – We have heard of few instances of this happening and are working on a fix for the next update (which is likely due in the next 2 weeks). When you say you quit in the middle of a service, what exactly were you doing, do you recall? It could help us track it down. And by “quit” do you mean that you closed the app, or terminated it completely (not running in the background if you double click the home button on the iPad)?

    As for your progress (save file), it should still be there as long as you don’t actually delete the App. If the update can address the problem, you game should pick right back up where you left off. We just have to figure out what is telling it to quit.

  10. 10 | Richard

    January 26, 2012 at 1:46 pm

    Thanks for the response! I’m happy my game might not be lost. I believe I was washing dishes, or possibly it was during the cutscene when the health inspector comes through the door. It was late, and I thought, “eh, maybe I’ll get a few more tables in before going to bed,” but when the inspector arrived I decided I’d rather not deal with washing dishes right then, so I quit. I just closed the app… I didn’t turn off the iPad. It’s possible that I terminated it entirely, but I don’t think I did.

    Incidentally, one other and maybe related bug report: I occasionally hit some strange behavior following a crash during meal prep. On returning to the game, I would serve the customers again, and when they got their food, the camera would stay fixed on them while they ate and after they left, leaving me unable to do anything else. Quitting to the main menu and starting again would have me serve the same customers again, but the problem would still happen after I served them. I would need to eventually end the day, losing the meals I prepped. This happened four or five times and with increasing frequency… I wondered whether the problem wasn’t linked. The game doesn’t seem to much like coming back onto the middle of a play session.

  11. 11 | Jud

    January 27, 2012 at 8:51 am

    i want to love this game, but how in the heck do you fill drinks??? I can get them in the machine no problem, but i’ve tried every swiping motion under the sun and can’t get them to stop! On an iphone4 if that helps

  12. 12 | Team Chicken

    January 27, 2012 at 10:53 am

    @Richard – Could you please email us at ? We will be happy to personally address the crash you are receiving, we just need a little more detailed info such as iOS version, etc.

  13. 13 | Team Chicken

    January 27, 2012 at 11:27 am

    @Jud – When you want to finish a drink, tap the Done/Plate button. Drinks work much like the cooked/grilled items, in that you watch them until they are where you want, and you just take them off/finish them. Of course, if you have multiple drinks going at the same time, tap the one you want to take off (it will highlight), and then tap the Done/Plate button (just like tapping the left or right grill to pick which burger to take off first).

  14. 14 | Team Chicken

    January 27, 2012 at 11:29 am

    @Mike – Glad you’re enjoying the game, and thanks for the link! We’ll check out your stuff and keep you in mind for future projects!

  15. 15 | Glen

    January 27, 2012 at 5:44 pm

    My wife and I were watching out 7 year old niece this week and downloaded this game onto her iPad2… what a great, fun game! She had a blast cooking things up and remembering which customers liked special spices on their food… when we left she was working hard trying to earn up the money to open a new restaurant! Congratulations on putting together a fun, yet educational, game for all ages! One question: will you be developing an Android version?

  16. 16 | Team Chicken

    January 27, 2012 at 5:50 pm

    @Michael – Hold on to that hat! You can’t get those anymore! You’ll see newer boxes of the original Wii game that don’t have the graphic at the bottom of the box.

  17. 17 | Team Chicken

    January 27, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    @Glen – AWESOME! We love hearing that people are playing the game together, especially when younger players dig in to the layers that a lot of other players don’t even take advantage of. You guys will dig the Assistant Chefs that are coming soon as well. All new characters that you can actually hand tasks off to and interact with. And each has a specialty (this guy is slow, but always perfect, while this gal fast and perfect, but she’s expensive to hire…and then there’s the monkey).

  18. 18 | hansen

    January 28, 2012 at 1:00 am

    Hi, I’ve been really enjoying this game until recently when bugs started to well, bug my gameplay.

    I am facing a similar problem as Richard as above- the camera would stay fixated on customers who were having their meal I have just prepared- and it stays there. They would be done and would leave but nothing changes. As with Richard, quitting to the main menu and starting again would have me serve the same customers again, but the problem would still happen after I served them. I am eventually forced to select “End Day” which loses all my prepped dishes. I don’t know why but its increasing in frequency ever since I moved on to the Mexican restaurant. I am using iOS 4.3.3.

  19. 19 | Kat

    January 28, 2012 at 3:33 pm

    I’ve accidentally stumbled upon Order up! Yesterday on my iPhone and I’m LOVING IT!!! But unfortunately I can’t continue the game, as I can’t seem to download Gravy Chug.
    Please let me if I have missed a step? Or if it’s just me?…what do I do :/
    1. “this location must be downloaded…”
    2. Touched “yes”
    3. Waited for it to dl
    4. DL complete/reached 100%
    5 clicked into it (all excited) and then it repeats steps 1 to 5 again
    And this just keeps happening. (clearly I’ve done this a few times :0)

  20. 20 | Kat

    January 28, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    I’ve accidentally stumbled upon Order up! Yesterday on my iPhone and I’m LOVING IT!!! But unfortunately I can’t continue the game, as I can’t seem to download Gravy Chug.
    Please let me if I have missed a step? Or if it’s just me?…what do I do :/
    1. “this location must be downloaded…”
    2. Touched “yes”
    3. Waited for it to dl
    4. DL complete/reached 100%
    5 clicked into it (all excited) and then it repeats steps 1 to 5 again
    And this just keeps happening. (clearly I’ve doCne this a few times :0)

  21. 21 | Melissa

    January 28, 2012 at 6:43 pm

    Great game and I love it

    But I am having a problem on our ipod, I just bought the italian restaurant and I’m stuck in a infinite loop that I must get the exact number of menu with red numbers and will always say it is insufficient in total.

    Is it normal????

  22. 22 | courtney

    January 28, 2012 at 9:48 pm


  23. 23 | Jeff

    January 29, 2012 at 1:07 pm

    I now have the same problem with the game crashing repeatedly. I was in the middle of a day at the 2nd restaurant, and i had to pause the game for an extended period of time. Now when I launch the game, I get past the splash screens, but when I select the continue button, the game crashes.

    I have tried rebooting my phone, but it does not help.

    There is a crash report on my iphone for the app, The header is:

    Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
    Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0×00000004
    Crashed Thread: 4

    I will send it into .

  24. 24 | Team Chicken

    January 30, 2012 at 2:38 pm

    @Kat – Haven’t seen this issue yet. Are you by any chance on iOS 5? We have just fixed an issue in which the phone itself will wipe out a directory that we are putting data in (like a new restaurant download) if the device detects that it’s low on space. Actually, I think that’s exactly what’s happening to Jeff at the bottom of this page. This seems to be the most common issue, so hopefully you can grab the update (should be ready to grab in about a week) and it will fix it. Otherwise, if you email us at , we try to get additional information from your device (nothing personal, I assure you) and try to troubleshoot it directly that way.

  25. 25 | Team Chicken

    January 30, 2012 at 2:45 pm

    @Courtney – The only free version of the game at the moment, is Order Up!! To Go on iPad/iPhone/iPod. A fully-featured version of Order Up!! (complete with a fun storyline) will also be available for Nintendo 3DS and Playstation 3 (which has multi-player!) very soon! It’s actually already out in some European territories, but those are traditional retail games, and so are not free. And, of course, the original version of Order Up! is also still available on Wii, although it’s getting pretty tough to find.

  26. 26 | Team Chicken

    January 30, 2012 at 2:50 pm

    @Melissa – Are you still on the first day at the Italian place? The red numbers should only happen once, which is on the very first day of any new restaurant. On that day, everything you order on the menu (your supplies, basically) is free. The red numbers tell you that more people will buy a particular item than you have supplies for. In the event you haven’t ordered enough of them, the red numbers just let you know this, so just bring that item back up and order more until the number turns white. If you have enough of everything for that day’s customers, all of the numbers should be white.

    This Day 1 helper basically ensures that you have a perfect first day with no missed orders, and can start off the new place with a nice profit. Oh, and you don’t need to have the exact number, you can always go over, just to be safe. The red numbers go away after Day 1 and it’s up to you to plan your menu supplies based on the number of customer you will have that day.

    But if this is happening on days after the first day, then something is up. Is that the case?

  27. 27 | Team Chicken

    January 30, 2012 at 3:01 pm

    @Jeff – Thanks! I think we’ve fixed this for the next update. Basically, we’re seeing that iOS 5 wipes out a directory that we’re putting data in. When the game tries to start back up and see that directory empty, it crashes. This seems to be a particular way that iOS 5 handles low space. We’ll have an update very soon (hopefully no more than a week) ready to grab from the App Store.

  28. 28 | J

    February 1, 2012 at 11:54 am

    Love Order Up!! to Go ^^
    But how do I archive the Menu Planning goal in Yarp?

    After I unlocked El Fuego, I tried very best to order extra every dish and not to miss any order, but I still score “1″ after a few days…
    Please clarify…

  29. 29 | Team Chicken

    February 1, 2012 at 1:58 pm

    @J – Most of the the Yarp Stats take an average over the last 20 days. For Menu Planning, the easiest way to limit the orders that you will miss is to stock a few more plates than you actually need (24 customers and I’ll order 28-30 plates for example). What is you current number for menu planning (not the score)? Keep in mind too that not putting Spices on Chef’s Specials (if you have one on the menu that day) counts as a missed order for Menu Planning. For example, notice how the customer reacts when you serve them a regular burger, if they ordered the Onion Burger Special (but you didn’t spice it with the onion powder).

    The points table for Menu Planning is as follows:

    10 Points – Miss between 0 and 1.5 dishes per day (average)
    9 Points – Miss between 1.6 and 2.0 dishes per day (average)
    8 Points – Miss between 2.1 and 2.5 dishes per day (average)
    7 Points – Miss between 2.6 and 3.0 dishes per day (average)
    6 Points – Miss between 3.1 and 3.5 dishes per day (average)
    5 Points – Miss between 3.6 and 4.0 dishes per day (average)
    4 Points – Miss between 4.1 and 4.5 dishes per day (average)
    3 Points – Miss between 4.6 and 5.0 dishes per day (average)
    2 Points – Miss between 5.1 and 5.5 dishes per day (average)
    1 Points – Miss 5.6 or more dishes per day (average)

  30. 30 | Andrew D

    February 3, 2012 at 4:41 pm

    Ive been playing this game for a while, but now cannot. I had to get a new iPad when my display went fubar, so I restored from iCloud. I get into the game, but when I hit continue, it crashes. Any fixes you guys know of yet?

  31. 31 | Chassmith

    February 3, 2012 at 6:04 pm

    Hey I’m loving the game and am having a lot of fun with it, however the one thing im having trouble with is menu planning. It’s the only thing I constantly have a 1 for in all my restaurants (I’m at the italian one) what am I doing wrong I try putting some in all a lot in the right items and a few in the left, and I always have twice as many plates as customers, help?

  32. 32 | Team Chicken

    February 3, 2012 at 7:29 pm

    @Andrew – The next update is due out within days and should fix this. It’s already at Apple, so we’re just waiting for it to show up in the store. Adds some new achievements and direct links (with bonus gold coins!) to our Twitter and Facebook pages, where it’s easier for us to respond directly to questions. Let us know if the update doesn’t fix you r problem!

    Here’s links for those pages too:

  33. 33 | Team Chicken

    February 3, 2012 at 7:37 pm

    @Chassmith – There is a response 2 posts above yours that shows the scoring table to Menu Planning. Should clarify the scoring aspect.

    As for how many of each item to buy, you are one the right track to generally order more of the items on the right (more popular), than the left (less popular). Also, it’s pretty rare that you need more than 8 or so of any popular item, even in a full restaurant (30+ customers). But, you can also err on the side of overstocking, but you can generally just overstock popular stuff. Once you have a full menu, the less popular items tend to fall off quite a bit.

    Also, if you are serving a Special, it will count as a missed order if you don’t spice it correctly (a BBQ Burger Special will come out as a normal Burger if you don’t put the BBQ sauce on the the correct step, which is show on the order ticket).

    Hope that helps. Let us know if not.

  34. 34 | Christopher Tham

    February 4, 2012 at 8:48 am

    I’m struggling with the Menu Planning aspect as well. I’m stuck on 9.1 dishes missed on average with a score of “1″. I’ve had my restaurant running for 20 days and I’ve been ordering somewhere between 170% to 200% of the dishes required, along with every spice available. I’m 100% sure that I don’t miss any spices on any of my specials, etc.

    I noticed that my number of dishes missed is going up even though I’m very evidently not missing any dish. Most recently, it went from 8.2 to 9.1 in a day when I had everything stocked and didn’t miss a single order. Either I’m missing something completely (and I’ve read both responses and I can say for sure I’ve applied all the principles in excess) or this is a problem with the game.


  35. 35 | Horizon

    February 4, 2012 at 2:37 pm

    Same situation with @J

    Tried very hard to order extra dishes, but still got very high avg missed plate: 7.x to 8.x

    I hv checked my situation but still cannot get better
    No chef special unlocked
    When there r only three items in menu, the menu planning yarp is good at 10 pts
    But once unlocked the 4th item, the critic would come next day
    Then after that, the menu planning stats went high to 5.x to 6.x meant only 1 pt
    Even how hard i tried to avoid any missing plate
    The stats keep in high level

    Hv i missed anythg for regular plates?

  36. 36 | Ale

    February 5, 2012 at 1:27 am

    Hello everyone, I have the same problem with ” menu planning…
    I followed all the advices and I understood I have to stock more popular dishes on the right side and spice correctly chef’s special and orders from guests who love spices but even when I don’t lose orders beacause I have enough food stocked and spiced correctly every dish at the end of the day the average get worse. Now my score is 1 and the average is 9 :( I never lose so many ordes o made something wrong with spices! I can’t figure out what’s the problem…Does overstocking dishes affect the average, for example if I have 10 guests and stock 15 dishes? Thanks

  37. 37 | mport9491

    February 5, 2012 at 3:17 am

    Hey guys,

    I’m having problems in my menu planning. I had a score of 1 in my menu planning and I decided to repeat the game again. When I tried to do it again, I made sure that I won’t miss any dishes by stocking more. I’ve already played through 7 days and only missed ONE. Problem is, my menu planning score is on 8.3. Why is it like this? I haven’t unlocked any specials yet, all I have are the dishes on the first (top) row.

  38. 38 | Yellow

    February 5, 2012 at 4:09 am

    Hi, it’s the problem with menu planning again. My yarp stats indicate that I miss / spice incorrectly an average of 8.6 dishes per day, but that can’t be, because I’ve not missed any dish for quite a while already. All other stats are on the rise but menu planning score is fixed at 1. Please help!

  39. 39 | Paul C

    February 5, 2012 at 8:58 am

    Good, fun game. Read your explanation of the Menu Planning stats. I think there must be a problem. I constantly overstocked and have only failed to have a meal available 2 or 3 times out of 100s. Yet my score never increases past 1. Looking at leader board, nobody has above 91 total score in gravy restaurant. That suggests others have same prob.

  40. 40 | Keigosky

    February 5, 2012 at 10:16 am

    I have been playing for a couple of days none stop. Love the game.
    1 But for menu planning every Resturant day no matter I miss by a couple of orders or no missed my average is always between 8 to 9.5 everytime.
    Is it a bug that count average is not done properly. Please help.

    2 I have unlock all the menu in gc and ef. but the counts of menu quality is always 12.

    Above 2 is not giving me the increasing yarp points. max now i can achieve for my both resturant is 87.
    Short of 9 from menu planning
    Short of 4 from menu quality.

    I also notice many players in game centre in ef max score is 87 like me. Hence they may be facing the same issue as me.

    iOS 5

  41. 41 | Team Chicken

    February 6, 2012 at 6:14 pm

    @Christopher and all the way through to Keigosky – We are looking at the Menu Planning stat now, trying to figure out where it’s calculating what seems to be so many extra missed orders. The fix for this will be in the update that includes the first wave of Assistant Chefs (v. 1.2). We have an update that will appear in the App Store any day now, but unfortunately this one was submitted before the Menu Planning strangeness came to our attention. But we are investigating and will fix, and explain what we find.

    @Keigosky – For Menu Quality, there are a total of 12 normal dishes on the menu, and 8 Daily Specials. The Daily Special is a single slot that is rolled every day. So the more of the 8 Daily Specials you have unlocked, the better you chance of having one appear on the menu. But in total, there are 8 of these that can be unlocked at each restaurant, and so there are 20 total menu items to unlock at each place.

  42. 42 | bolli

    February 6, 2012 at 11:28 pm

    I have same problem with menu planning and as Keigosky pointed out, even when I unlocked all possible dishes(including all specials) my count for menu quality stays at 12 which is only 6 yarp point. I have unlocked every single dishes in every restaurant so far. The menu quality score does not go up higher than 12 dishes for all restaurants.

    Please look into this problem also…

    Thanks for great game though, I really enjoy it.

  43. 43 | Yellow

    February 7, 2012 at 9:32 am

    Same problem as Keigosky about menu quality.

    I’ve unlocked 11 dishes from the regular menu and 4 daily specials, but the yarp stats only indicate that 11 items have been unlocked. I originally thought that daily specials don’t count in the total tally, but since you said the total possible is 20, could there be a bug somewhere causing the unlocked daily specials to go unregistered?

    Thanks a lot for your prompt responses!

  44. 44 | Team Chicken

    February 7, 2012 at 11:48 am

    @Yellow – What is your actual Yarp Score for the 15 dishes you have unlocked? We’re trying to figure out if this is just a visual error on the dishes counter, or if it’s actually not counting the Specials toward your score. The scoring table is as follows (or should be at least):

    3 or less = 1 point
    4 or 5 = 2 points
    6 or 7 = 3 points
    8 or 9 = 4 points
    10 or 11 = 5 points
    12 or 13 = 6 points
    14 or 15 = 7 points
    16 or 17 = 8 points
    18 or 19 = 9 points
    20 = 10 points

    So your 15 dishes unlocked should be worth a score of 7 Points. Is that the case, or are you seeing 5 Points, which would indicate that it is not tallying the Specials?

    And to everyone, thanks for your feedback! We really do want to iron out the kinks as we are alerted to them and hope that everyone is having fun with the game!

  45. 45 | Cindy

    February 7, 2012 at 3:00 pm

    Are there any plans to add a menu option to listen to your own music with the game. I would like to multitask and listen to podcasts while playing. Otherwise, great game!

  46. 46 | Team Chicken

    February 7, 2012 at 3:06 pm

    @Cindy – Yes! This is actually a request that has come up several times, so it’s definitely on our list!

  47. 47 | Yellow

    February 8, 2012 at 5:14 am

    I have 5 points now. Missing 2

  48. 48 | Dennis

    February 8, 2012 at 11:35 pm

    Despite the problem on calculation of yarp score, everything is nice! I must say I am addicted to the game, So keep it up and I do look forward to an even better updated version

  49. 49 | skye

    February 10, 2012 at 12:45 pm

    Hi, I’m loving the game! I seem to have a problem in the game; even after cleaning the restaurant every day, I keep getting rats invasions. Also, before the update, trash would appear outside the restaurant after a day, but now it doesn’t anymore. For the rest, great game!

  50. 50 | ADA

    February 12, 2012 at 4:46 am

    Hi! Great game. When will the assistant chefs be available? Can’t wait. I’m having problem with the rats.. I clean up my restaurant everyday, but the rats just kept on coming into my place which results to the closure of my restaurant for an hour. How to fix it? Is there any tips? Please help.

  51. 51 | Ann

    February 21, 2012 at 10:12 am

    Loved the game until I reached the Asian restaurant. The rats attacked after every cooking segment. Cleaning had no effect. While flicking a few mice is ok. The constant repetitive flicking is boring. I find myself choosing to play other games rather than face the mice,

    Hope this is a glitch…. I want my game back!

  52. 52 | Jazz

    February 21, 2012 at 4:41 pm

    Awesome game! Should be #1 in the app store like pocket god and angry birds used to be.
    I have a question about the spices: are you suppose to put spices on ALL the different aspects of the dishes. For example, if they order burger & fries, do you put the particular spice on the meat, fries, lettuce, and tomato or do you put it on the meat only or does it not matter where you put it as long as you put it on one of the aspects and putting more spice on the other food would be irrelevant and have no effect whatsoever?

  53. 53 | Team Chicken

    February 21, 2012 at 5:16 pm

    @Sky – The rampant rats issue is something that we’re looking at. Cleaning the restaurant is intended to keep them away much longer than is does at the moment.

    @ADA – Assistants are coming very soon! The next update is being tested now, and we hope to have it available int he app store some time in the next 2 weeks!

    @Ann – Yeah, the rats seem to be super aggressive in general. We’re looking into dialing them back for sure. Cleaning is supposed to give you a grace period where they won’t show up, but it’s seems to be a bit broken.

    @Jazz – For the unique customers who like Spices (the one that likes anything sweet for example) you just need to put the spice on ANY part of their meal. For the Daily Special dishes, the menu ticket will show “Needs Spice” on the particular parts that require spices.

  54. 54 | Richie

    February 23, 2012 at 11:57 am

    There is an achievement for cleaning your restaurant 20 days in a row. I clean my restaurant everyday by paying the coins but it still says that I’ve only gone 1 day without cleaning. Also in Gravy Chug I have 10 rating for everything but the available dishes. D I need to purchase all twenty dishes or just the 12 and the 4 specials?

  55. 55 | Team Chicken

    February 23, 2012 at 12:20 pm

    @Richie – The restaurant stat shows the number of days since you last cleaned, so if it’s a 1, that means you just cleaned it before you entered the restaurant and worked that day (still worth a perfect 10 score). The 20 Days achievement should trigger automatically on the 20 day in a row that you cleaned.

    The Menu Quality stat requires that you unlock all 20 available dishes for a perfect 10 score (12 regular and 8 Specials). If you go to the Market from the Menu Board and choose Specials, you’ll see that each restaurant has a possible 8 available/unlock-able.

  56. 56 | Long

    February 28, 2012 at 8:19 am

    Great game! All my friends are addicted to it too.

    However, there’s a problem. I have unlocked 19 dishes (12 regular + 7 specials) in Gravy Chug. According to the point system I should have a score of 9. However, 6 is what I’ve got in the game.

    Can you fix this? Thank you!

  57. 57 | Chen

    February 29, 2012 at 1:45 am

    Hey guys, great game, too addictive! A few glitches though:

    I have all menu items and all special menu items unlocked at three restaurants, yet the highest yarp score I get for menu quality does not exceed 6 (for 12 menu items), bringing the highest total score to 96.

    When preparing dishes that require no cooking, such as pizza and roasted chicken, Count Steakula will acknowledge the dish as being prepared to his liking and award double coins, yet Dusty Keister will not.

    At Kung Fusion, first slice of the cucumber in the sushi dish is always blind (no yellow marking for a perfect slice).

  58. 58 | Chen

    March 2, 2012 at 4:08 am

    Just one more:

    At Chez Haute, on the third and last row of dishes, the infinite dish awards 25 coins, while the second to rightmost dish awards only 15 coins.

  59. 59 | Melanie

    March 4, 2012 at 6:30 am

    I can’t get menu quality above a 6…I have unlocked all menu items and all specials. Do I have to do something else besides unlock them? This is happening in all the restaurants.

  60. 60 | Walter

    March 4, 2012 at 3:06 pm

    Hi Guys!! Great game. I also, would like to report that at “Chez Haute” I have unlocked all dishes ( regulare and special) and my yarp score is still 6.. A bit frustrating, because everything else is 10.. :-)


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