Playfish’s Restaurant City or Bust

For yet another cute, simple and addicting game to make those hours behind a computer screen a bit more fun look at Restaurant City. Whether you’re heavily involved or not, your restaurant can run while you’re away and continues to make money. If you’re trying to level, make sure you keep your window open so your gourmet points will save.

Keeping with playfish tradition, the game is very interactive with friends. You may hire them as employees, visit their shops and leave messages or send gifts. It pushes being neighborly and trading ingredients to level your recipes up.

It’s quite expensive to buy furniture and to remodel your restaurant so keeping employees happy is key!

restaurant city

restaurant city

Conversation Sparklers

What’s your restaurants name?
Does your character resemble you or did you create an alter-ego?
What design or theme are you planning for?
Which recipe ingredients are you collecting?

With every new friend you get a new ingredient to cook with, feel free to add me for a new Restaurant City neighbor!

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    Well, my restaurant name is “Puppy Barfers” (my employees probably puke out puppies alot :DDDD) I need ingredients for chicken&leek soup, mapo tofu and fruit selection plate 😀

    Ingredients are so hard to get and they are waaay too expensive 🙁
    Half of a kiwi fruit: $10000
    Slice of cheese: $8000
    O.o Imagine buying those at your local food store D:

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    I am John Conner.I would like to book dinner, for my group of workers arriving from United Kingdom. They will all come for dinner in your place from the 28th, 29th and 30th of October 2009 by 6:00pm each day. They are 15 in number.Get back with your response if there is availability in your get back to me through e mail a lovely day.I await your respond.

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