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You begin the game with a set of 3 dishes and acquire more as the game progresses. While some dishes can only be received as rewards from customers, the primary way to get new dishes is through cooking. Cooking is also how you improve the quality of the dishes you serve (measured in stats).

Cooking, known as Develop Dish in-game, involves taking a base dish, one or two ingredients, and a chef to try it out. During the hours when the store is closed, your chef will work on the assigned task.

Ingredients are acquired from Pumpkin Products or from the ingredient hunts that occur four times a year (months 1, 4, 7, and 10). Various events in-game will reward you with recipes. However, you do not need to acquire the recipe in-game to make the new dish.

RecipesEdit

There are a total of 83 dishes in the game. 77 have recipes. Here are all the recipes, in order:

Recipes
# New Dish Base Dish Ingredient 1 Ingredient 2 Type Notes
1 Fried Rice = Rice Carrot
Chinese A Chinese standard, full of flavor and spice.
2 Spaghetti = Udon Herbs
Western
3 Seafood Soup = Udon Secret Sauce
Japanese A traditional Japanese soup. Easy to make and complements any meal.
4 Shumai = Rice Top-Class Pork
Chinese Chinese-style steamed pork dumplings.
5 Karaage = Toast Boned Chicken
Snacks A popular dish consisting of chicken or other foods marinated in soy sauce, garlic, and ginger and then deep fried in a light oil.
6 Salad = Toast Lettuce
Western
7 Toast = Rice Flour
Snacks
8 Onigiri = Rice Dried Seaweed
Snacks A traditional Japanese snack made from white rice rolled into a ball. Perfect even on the go.
9 Yaki Onigiri = Onigiri Soy Sauce
Snacks A popular, easy-to-make Japanese snack. Lightly grilled in soy sauce, this is a tasty twist on the standard rice ball.
10 Omelette = Rice Fresh Eggs
Western
11 Rice Omelette = Omelette Organic Rice
Western Contemporary Japanese fusion cuisine, made of an omelette filled with rice.
12 Chicken Bowl = Rice Boned Chicken
Japanese Japanese dish consisting of a bowl of rice topped with chicken and egg.
13 Pork Bowl = Chicken Bowl Top-Class Pork Onion Japanese Beautiful in its simplicity, this surefire Japanese favorite is a bowl of rice covered in deep-fried pork cutlet and egg.
14 Eel Bow = Chicken Bowl Tasty Fish Secret Sauce Japanese An elegant Japanese dish consisting of broiled eel served over rice.
15 Tuna Bowl = Rice Tasty Fish Soy Sauce Japanese Tuna sashimi over rice. A universal Japanese favorite.
16 Rice Porridge = Hot Pot Organic Rice
Japanese Warms and relaxes the soul, a great way to finish off dinner, Japanese-style.
17 Crab Fried Rice = Fried Rice King Crab Mild Vinegar Chinese A seafood spin on the popular Chinese dish.
18 Curry n' Rice = Fried Rice Hot Spices
Western Mild curry served with rice. A tried-and-true standard in Japan, but typically regarded as a "Western" dish.
19 Beef Curry = Curry n' Rice Marbled Beef
Western Beefy curry served with rice. While a staple in Japan, curry dishes are typically categorized as "Western" cuisine.
20 Indian Curry = Curry n' Rice Flour Herbs Western Traditional Indian curry, chock full of spices. Categorized as a "Western" dish.
21 Hayashi Rice = Curry n' Rice Tomato
Western A popular "Western" dish in Japan consisting of beef, onions, and mushrooms in a thick demi-glace sauce over rice.
22 Fried Udon = Udon Soy Sauce Carrot Japanese A dish featuring the Japanese staple grilled with vegetables and meat.
23 Champon = Udon Chinese Cabbage
Japanese A Chinese-inspired noodle dish with tons of variations from region to region.
24 Ramen = Udon Boned Chicken
Chinese
25 Pork Ramen = Ramen Top-Class Pork Green Onion Chinese Ramen in a thick pork broth, bursting with hearty flavor.
26 Miso Ramen Ramen Special Miso Sweet Corn Chinese Ramen in a robust, tangy miso broth.
27 BBQ Pork Ramen = Ramen Top-Class Pork Garlic Chinese Ramen topped with slices of savory barbecued pork.
28 Combo Ramen = Ramen Soy Sauce Fresh Eggs Chinese A fun twist on ramen, with the noodles and soup served in separate bowls to allow for dipping.
29 Chilled Noodles = Ramen Mild Vinegar Hot Spices Chinese A dish bursting with flavor, despite the lackluster name. Consists of long noodles in tangy, cold broth--a great way to beat the heat.
30 Yakisoba = Soba Cabbage
Chinese Stir-fried soba noodles. A hit at any Japanese festival.
31 Ankake Yakisoba = Yakisoba Tasty Fish
Chinese Stir-fried soba noodles covered in a delectable, vinegary sauce.
32 Japanese Pasta = Spaghetti Mushroom Spinach Western A Japanese take on a Western favorite.
33 Pasta Carbonara = Spaghetti Fresh Milk Fresh Eggs Western
34 Meat Sauce Pasta = Spaghetti Top-Class Pork Tomato Western
35 Miso Soup = Seafood Soup Tofu
Japanese
36 Corn Chowder = Seafood Soup Sweet Corn
Western
37 Stew = Corn Chowder Boned Chicken Northern Potato Western
38 Beef Stew = Stew Tomato Marbled Beef Western
39 Minestrone Soup = Corn Chowder Tomato Onion Western
40 Shark Fin Soup = Seafood Soup Tasty Fish Secret Sauce Chinese
41 Bird's Nest Soup = Shark Fin Soup Caviar Foie Gras Chinese
42 Hot Pot = Seafood Soup Chinese Cabbage Boned Chicken Japanese An iconic Japanese dish that graces the table most often during colder seasons.
43 Sumo Stew = Hot Pot Top-Class Pork Prize Mushroom Japanese Rich in protein and famous for sating the stomachs of sumo wrestlers, this dish consists of a chicken broth base combined with an assortment of tofu, meat, and vegetables.
44 Yakiniku = Hot Pot Marbled Beef Secret Sauce Japanese Select cuts of meat flame-broiled over a charcoal grill.
45 Pork Bun = Shumai Top-Class Pork
Snacks A Chinese-style steamed bun filled with ground pork.
46 Takoyaki = Pork Bun Flour Octopus Snacks Battered, fried dumplings containing diced octopus. Originally from Osaka but not popular in many parts of Japan.
47 Okonomiyaki = Shumai Flour Secret Sauce Japanese A savory pancake containing ingredients ranging from meat or seafood to noodles or cheese. Fillings, toppings, and batters vary by region.
48 Gyoza = Shumai Green Onion Ginger Chinese Crescent-shaped, Chinese-style dumplings containing a ground meat or vegetable filling and typically served with a soy-vinegar dipping sauce. They can be boiled, steamed, or pan-fried.
49 Meat Gyoza = Gyoza Top-Class Pork
Chinese Crescent-shaped, Chinese-style dumplings stuffed with ground pork and typically served with a soy-vinegar dipping sauce.
50 Seafood Gyoza = Gyoza Top-Class Shrimp Cabbage Chinese Crescent-shaped, Chinese-style dumplings stuffed with seafood and typically served with a soy-vinegar dipping sauce.
51 Hamburger Steak = Sauteed Chicken Marbled Beef Carrot Western
52 Yakitori = Hamburger Steak Top-Class Shrimp Organic Rice Japanese Skewered chicken grilled over charcoal with either salt or a thick, sweet sauce.
53 Kid's Lunch = Hamburger Steak Marbled Beef Secret Sauce Western
54 Steak = Sauteed Chicken Boned Chicken Green Onion Western
55 Pork Cutlet = Karaage Top-Class Pork Cabbage Japanese A breaded, deep-friend pork cutlet typically served with shredded cabbage and miso soup. Widely regarded as a Western dish, as it was first introduced by the Portuguese.
56 Croquette = Karaage Top-Class Pork Northern Potato Western A breaded, deep-friend food usually made mainly of potatoes but availale in countless variations. Fillings can range from vegetables and ground meat to seafood in a creamy sauce.
57 Gratin = Croquette Thick Butter Fresh Milk Western
58 Tempura = Croquette Top-Class Shrimp Tasty Fish Japanese
59 Seafood Salad = Salad Octopus
Western
60 Caesar Salad = Salad Lettuce Aged Cheese Western
61 Veggie Stir Fry = Salad Carrot Cabbage Chinese
62 Meat Stir Fry = Veggie Stir Fry Top-Class Pork Kikurage Chinese
63 Nimono = Veggie Stir Fry Pumpkin Daikon Radish Japanese An assortment of slow-simmered Japanese delicacies. Forms a core pillar of Japanese cuisine.
64 Sashimi = Grilled Fish Tasty Fish Soy Sauce Japanese Raw, thinly sliced fish or meat typically served with a dipping sauce such as soy sauce.
65 Kaiseki Cuisine = Sashimi Tasty Fish Matsutake Japanese A traditional multi-course meal consisting of simple, elegantly arranged dishes that emphasize presentation as well as taste. Originally served at tea ceremonies.
66 Ikizukuri = Sashimi Sea Bream Squid Japanese The freshest sashimi around, somewhat controversial as it is prepared and served alive.
67 Top-Grade Sushi = Sashimi Organic Rice Soy Sauce Japanese The pinnacle of the iconic Japanese dish. Only the finest materials go into making this highly coveted delicacy.
68 French Fries = Toast Northern Potato
Snacks
69 Hamburger = Toast Marbled Beef
Snacks
70 Pizza Toast = Toast Tomato

Snacks

71 Pizza = Toast Aged Cheese Top-Class Pork Western
72 Parfait = Ice Cream Cherries
Desserts
73 Chocolate Parfait = Parfait Chocolate
Desserts
74 Berry Parfait = Parfait Strawberries
Desserts
75 Pudding = Ice Cream Fresh Eggs
Desserts
76 Doughnut = Ice Cream Flour
Desserts
77 Gold Ice Cream = Ice Cream Gold Flakes
Desserts Ice cream was never richer.

Price Edit

Here are the base and cap prices and rank (★) of all dishes:

# Dish Base Prices Rank ★
1 Rice $8 $25 4
2 Udon $8 $35 4
3 Sauteed Chicken $8 $70 4
4 Grilled Fish $8 $38 4
5 Ice Cream $8 $65 4
6 Soba $45 4
7 Fried Rice $12 $55 4
8 Spaghetti $16 $42 4
9 Seafood Soup $8 $35 4
10 Shumai $8 $55 4
11 Karaage $8 $65 4
12 Salad $8 $30 4
13 Toast $8 $45 4
14 Onigiri $8 $35 4
15 Yaki Onigiri $8 $45 4
16 Omelette $12 $52 4
17 Rice Omelette $15 $60 5
18 Chicken Bowl $14 $65 4
19 Pork Bowl $23 $80 5
20 Eel Bowl $25 $75 6
21 Tuna Bowl $25 $72 6
22 Rice Porridge $15 $65 4
23 Crab Fried Rice $18 $70 6
24 Curry n' Rice $8 $50 4
25 Beef Curry $35 $95 7
26 Indian Curry $20 $72 5
27 Hayashi Rice $12 $70 4
28 Fried Udon $10 $50 4
29 Champon $10 $40 5
30 Ramen $8 $45 4
31 Pork Ramen $15 $60 5
32 Miso Ramen $15 $65 5
33 BBQ Pork Ramen $22 $75 6
34 Combo Ramen $12 $80 5
35 Chilled Noodles $13 $68 4
36 Yakisoba $40 4
37 Ankake Yakisoba $70 4
38 Japanese Pasta $15 $60 5
39 Pasta Carbonara $15 $50 5
40 Meat Sauce Pasta $21 $70 6
41 Miso Soup $8 $38 4
42 Corn Chowder $7 $65 4
43 Stew $12 $80 5
44 Beef Stew $18 $70 6
45 Minestrone Soup $18 $70 6
46 Shark Fin Soup $35 $95 6
47 Bird's Nest Soup $35 $120 9
48 Hot Pot $15 $95 5
49 Sumo Stew $15 $88 6
50 Yakiniku $30 $150 8
51 Pork Bun $8 $52 5
52 Takoyaki $10 $60 5
53 Okonomiyaki $12 $60 5
54 Gyoza $8 $55 5
55 Meat Gyoza $28 $75 6
56 Seafood Gyoza $30 $80 6
57 Hamburger Steak $15 $98 7
58 Yakitori $25 $75 6
59 Kid's Lunch $35 $95 9
60 Steak $27 $92 5
61 Pork Cutlet $10 $55 5
62 Croquette $15 $65 5
63 Gratin $28 $65 6
64 Tempura $25 $70 6
65 Seafood Salad $8 $45 5
66 Caeser Salad $11 $40 4
67 Veggie Stir Fry $12 $62 5
68 Meat Stir Fry $15 $55 5
69 Nimono $10 $60 5
70 Sashimi $32 $91 6
71 Kaiseki Cuisine $25 $160 9
72 Ikizukuri $35 $125 9
73 Top-Grade Sushi $37 $100 9
74 French Fries $8 $48 4
75 Hamburger $12 $45 4
76 Pizza Toast $10 $42 5
77 Pizza $15 $85 5
78 Parfait $8 $32 5
79 Chocolate Parfait $10 $35 5
80 Berry Pafait $10 $35 5
81 Pudding $6 $38 4
82 Doughnut $12 $35 5
83 Gold Ice Cream $25 $80 9

Other DishesEdit

In addition to the 77 dishes that have recipes, there are 6 more dishes. These dishes cannot be cooked, but they can be obtained through other means.

Other Dishes
# Dish Obtained Type Notes
1 Grilled Fish Chest: Craggy Rocks
Chest: Fisher's House
Japanese
2 Ice Cream Chest: Green Pasture
Chest: Kairo Island
Desserts
3 Rice Starting Menu: Snacks
Plan: Point Card
Snacks
4 Sauteed Chicken Chest: Fishery Western
5 Soba Serve Rice to Housewife Hina Japanese Thin Japanese noodles made from buckwheat. Extremely popular across a wide variety of Japanese cuisine.
6 Udon Starting Menu: Japanese
Chest: Local Woods
Japanese Thick wheat-flour noodles, a staple of Japanese cuisine. Can be enjoyed hot or chilled, depending on the season, and can vary widely by region.

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