Musings From Us Listings For Haute Cuisine

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Restaurant Rush

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Gameplay:★★★★☆ 
Graphics:★★★½☆ 
Sound:★★★★☆ 
Value:★★★★★ 
FunFactor: ★★★★★ 
Overall:★★★★¼ 

Restaurant Rush takes us through 80 levels of tasty Match 3/Time management fun in this part of the Burger Rush series of games. Heidi has been recognised as internationally famed burger chef, but she wants to open her own culinary academy. Some snooty chefs think that she can’t hack it, because her one trademark is not haute cuisine. She is ready to show them what she can do in the fields of American, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, and other food styles. With some help from her uncle, the chef who taught her everything, she takes over some his restaurants on Sunshine Coast, and is on her way to proving to the snobs around the globe that she has what it takes to teach a new generation of chefs what they need to know to get the creative juices flowing and the sauces bubbling around the world. She gets all kinds of fun customers, like the Valley Girl, the Opera Singer, the Supergeek, and even the German Body Builder, just to name a few. You might even see a 60s hippie, or, well, who knows? Good food is good food, and these characters know what they like. So for a great mix-up of casual game genres all in one place, you can’t beat Restaurant Rush.

Sniglet of the Day : February 10

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Sniglet Of The DayExtraterrestaurant – An eating place where you feel you’ve been abducted and experimented upon. Also known as an E-T-ry.

I can’t say as I have ever gone to an Extraterrestaurant, because I tend to research places before I try them, but there are some places I am hesitant to try because of the possibility of such said eatery being an Extraterrestaurant. It might be the new Beirgarten at the beach, or the Brazilian place where they feed their customers enough beef to satisfy a tyrannosaurus rex, or even that Central European place in that lodge on the local camping hotspot. Any place that features haute cuisine might be an Extraterrestaurant, seemingly chic on the outside, but when they set this huge plate with this tiny portion of food that resembles a minimalist abstract painting in front of you, do you ask, “May I see the chef?” or “When did I get transported to Area 51?”