|Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2|
|Steam: September 13, 2017|
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.
- 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 Dishes and Drinks have been added to the game. Side Dishes are prepared in a HS and add additional patience for orders. Drinks add additional income to orders and need to be refilled occasionally (via chore-like prompts).
- Completing a Perfect order with a Side Dish and a Drink turns it into a Delicious order, which adds tips 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 is accumulated as you serve orders similar to experience.
- 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. Collecting Medals unlocks new decor and foods.
- Some foods are unlocked by either acquiring Gold medals in Chef for Hire or completing Milestones in CSD mode. The unlocked food is 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 gameplay:
- 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.
OS: Windows 7/8/10
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GPU with at least 256MB of VRAM
Mac OS X
OS: Mac OS X 10.8 and above
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.