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Become The Restaurant City Bill Gates By Providing Level 10 Menu Items To Your Diners

By Kylie Taylor

If you want to succeed in Restaurant City (and you do, or why would you be playing?) then the quickest way is to add Level 10 dishes to your menu. This is the highest level in the game and will bring huge rewards to you, the restaurant owner. For instance, if you serve any ‘ordinary’ – meaning lower level – dish on your menu you will receive a certain number of Popularity and Experience points from your customers. However, with a Level 10 dish, those points will approximately triple.

More importantly, you will receive far more coins and your customers will be very happy with your menu, giving you more leeway in how you create and market your restaurant. This can result in a whole heck of a lot better service and a quicker route to the top for you, the restaurant’s owner.

How hard is it to reach Level 10? It requires an astonishing 2100 different ingredients to prepare a Level 10 dish. Currently there are 53 possible Level 10 dishes, plus an assortment of drinks. If you’re mentally doing multiplication, it’s a massive 111,300 ingredients, not counting the liquids. Gag!

But there IS good news. There are three main courses: Starter, Main and Dessert, and if you can serve a Level 10 dish at each one, your customers will be overjoyed and will return often. For instance, Royal Chicken and Leek Soup, Royal Tuna Steak with Vegetables and Royal Cream Brulee would be a fabulous Level 10 meal.

Naturally, you want to start serving these gourmet dishes as soon as possible. It might take months to acquire everything you need so you will need to hustle. Visit other restaurants and see what they’re doing and learn from more experienced players.

How to get all those ingredients: there are multiple ways to acquire what you need for your Level 10 menu: you can participate in the Restaurant City Quiz that occurs daily because correct answers bring rewards; you will receive a mixture of a daily allotment directly from the game; you can work deals with your friends (”Want to trade jam for cheese?”); and, of course, you can take the shortcut of using real currency and buy what you need from the Restaurant City game.

Even though you receive a daily allotment of food ingredients know that you will have no power to influence what you get. Your allotment may include something rare like Pomegranate, which is only used in one dish. Or you may receive common items like milk, flour, oil or baking powder which can be used in a large number of recipes. In this situation, the amount you receive becomes the most important consideration, meaning supply is king.

How to become a wildly successful restaurant mogul: obviously, in any restaurant food is key. But no business is ever as simple as it seems and this is no exception. There are many factors involved in a pleasant experience for your customers including the layout of your establishment, the speed of service and entertainment for your diners while they’re waiting for their table. Solve these issues and your competitors won’t stand a chance. Cool!

The electronic realm of Restaurant City appears to be simpler than it truly is. Mastering only four areas will reward you with tidal waves of Restaurant City money.

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