Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!

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Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! (CSD2) is the sequel of the very successful and highly intense restaurant simulation Cook, Serve, Delicious! by Vertigo Gaming. The sequel comes with new food preparation mechanics, new recipes, and restaurant customisation.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Developer/Publisher: Vertigo Gaming
Platforms: PC
Release date:
Steam: September 13, 2017
PlayStation 4: TBA
Genre: Strategy-Simulation

Gameplay changes from CSD[edit | edit source]

  • Holding Stations have been added to the game. Some foods require or can be prepared in a HS to cook multiple servings of it.
  • Side Orders and Drinks have been added to the game. Side Orders are prepared in a HS and add additional patience to customers. Drinks add additional income to orders and need to be refilled occasionally (via chores-like prompts).
  • Completing a Good entree order with a Side Order and a Drink turns it into a Delicious! bonus, which adds a tip bonus and extra YUM points.
  • Restaurant Stars are no longer acquired by completing a certain set of tasks. Stars are now tied to your YUM level, which are accumulated as you serve orders like experience points.
  • Chef for Hire is a new game mode. The player is given a set menu and Buzz rating. Medals are given based on your performance for each day. Collect Medals to acquire new decor and recipes.
  • Some foods are unlocked by acquiring Gold medals in Chef for Hire. The order of unlocks are random.
  • Foods are no longer upgradable.
  • Two new chores have been added: bug spray and roach traps. Some chore mini-games have been altered.
  • Additional game modes are now available to customize the game's difficulty:
    • Classic: Same as the original.
    • Standard: Boosters and Detractors are disabled. Buzz rating can also be adjusted.
    • Stress: Buzz rating is set to 150% and the number of Prep and Holding Stations are maxed. Changes to Buzz rating do not carry over to the next day.
    • Zen: There is no Rush Hour and you can toggle infinite patience. Chef for Hire can also be played in Zen Mode, but medals are locked at Bronze.

System requirements[edit | edit source]

Windows[edit | edit source]

Minimum:[edit | edit source]

OS: Windows 7/8/10

Memory: 4 GB RAM

Graphics: GPU with at least 256MB of VRAM

Mac OS X[edit | edit source]

Minimum:[edit | edit source]

OS: Mac OS X 10.8 and above

Linux[edit | edit source]

Minimum:[edit | edit source]

OS: Ubuntu 12.04 and above

Graphics: OpenGL-capable graphics card with valid driver

Ubuntu is the only Linux platform that is officially supported by this engine.