Showing posts from December 17, 2010

Café World Tips 25 – Teleporting Your Dishes From The Counters To The Tables – Get Your Buzz Rating To 105

Hello, fellow chefs and let’s get into this one a bit.  I will include information on how to fix teleporting that isn’t working, as I have helped a large number of players get it working correctly.
First, what is teleporting?  Simply put, it’s the act of blocking in your waiters and waitresses behind your counters so that they can’t get out.  They “throw” the dishes to the customers instead of carrying them over to them.  The reason this method of serving dishes is so wildly popular is that it almost totally eliminates and buzz rating issues you may have in your café.  The customers aren’t waiting for their food, they are happy, done.
BTW, did you know that you really don’t need more than 18 tables in your café?  18 is the maximum number of customers that will get served in a minute’s time.   That’s what the official count is, however, I keep about 22 tables in my café “just in case”.  The point is if you are not teleporting and have too many tables, waiters may have trouble getting to …

Friday 12/17/2010


Ummm, well, I had to deal with a comment on the Cafe World Christmas tree entry before coming here to post my daily tribe. I don't want to mix regular entries with Cafe World entries, so that's that. I play Cafe World daily and know a little bittle something about the game at this point, being at level 285, so, I sometimes share some of that information. It attracts quite a lot of visitors to the site, which interests me because I see on the Feedjit places that I have never heard of before.

I usually look the up on a Google search to see where the place is. For example, I am looking at a place called Saint-esteve, Languedoc-Roussillon. I have never heard of any of that. Look at the flag next to it, don't remember that one. If that is the name of one city, I would hate to live there, having to recite a syllable series of words to describe where I live, lol.

As for today, well, it was foggy driving to work! A nice change, it wasn't too dense so that you couldn't …