11 May 2015

Delicious 3 - Emily's Tea Garden



Yes, I looove time management games. Time Management games are games in which you perform a series of tasks or processes as quickly as possible e.g. manage/cook/serve at a restaurant, stock/run a supermarket, babysit, manage a hotel, build/decorate houses. When I finish a TMG I love, I Google trying to find more like it. Also, when I say 'finish', I mean get the gold/expert score on every single level!

Today's game is...

Delicious 3 - Emily's Tea Garden (Special Edition)
Release Date: 24/9/08

The 'Delicious' Series is one of my all time favourite series. Each game adds to the story of Emily, with her family and friends. And as a new installment is added, the gaming only gets better!

I will be posting more about Emily/Delicious games - visit my navigation page, or scroll through my Emily posts here.


Join Emily for more fast-paced fun in Delicious - Emily's Tea Garden. After rescuing her family business in Delicious 2 Deluxe, Emily has big plans to open her own Tea Garden. But, in order to make her dreams come true, she's going to have to earn enough money to pay her construction loans by helping other restaurateurs. Help Emily cater to a wide variety of customers in a number of different locations including a BBQ Grill, Beach Club, and Fine Restaurant. Hire entertainers, decorate each restaurant, and keep up with reservations in two thrilling game modes. More frenzied and more fun than ever, Delicious - Emily's Tea Garden is a vivid treat for the whole family.


Download the WHOLE GAME FOR FREE at GameHouse! - the free regular edition is ad-supported. There are pop-ups now and then that last for 30 seconds.


Elements to Gameplay

The Basics
The aim of the game is to help Emily in her restaurant, earning enough money to continue to the next day. In Delicious: Emily's Tea Garden, Emily wants to build her own Tea Garden. She's spotted a plot of land in Dolphin Bay that would be perfect, but needs the deposit soon...

Much like Delicious 2, there are five restaurants with ten levels each - so basically, 50 levels! And we can play each level to an 'expert' goal.

Simply: 1) Make the products the customer orders. Some products are made in two steps, 2) Take the order to the customer. Make sure they don't get angry (they will pay less or leave without paying!). If you entertain your customers, they'll stay happier for longer (happier customers give bigger tips!), 3) Accept payment for the order, and 4) Don't forget to clear the tables.

Bonuses: extra tips are given if you collect money from multiple customers at the same time, if you serve complete orders, and..


Game Modes
There are no gamer levels (e.g. no choice to play 'beginner', 'normal' or 'expert'). There are two game modes though: Story Mode and Emily's Diary.

Story Mode: is playing normally through each restaurant as we help Emily work towards her dream of owning her Tea Garden. Successfully completing a day unlocks the next day. And as each restaurant is completed (finishing ten levels for each), different scenarios are unlocked in Emily's Diary. Moving through the days and restaurants we get to follow Emily's journey, meet friends and family, and deal with the 'evil' Ms Sleazley hehe

Emily's Diary: is continuous game play that gets increasingly more challenging. As each restaurant is completed in Story Mode, different scenarios are unlocked in Emily's Diary. Basically, keep ALL your customers happy - if THREE or more angry customers walk away, the game is over!

I decided to play The Beach Club scenario (restaurant two), because I wanted to get the 'Best service in town' trophy (reach level 15 of any scenario in Emily's diary without angry customers). I played the normal mode (not expert). I was happy to see I had my Cleaner and Entertainer (phew!), though all my decorations were gone. All menu items were available straight away, and reservations could be made (reservations went really fast - I missed putting out a card for the first two! My tip would be put the card out straight away, at least in the early days). ed: I did try some of the other restaurants, but got to around Day 13/14 and someone would leave - restaurant two, you only serve one person at a table (no groups of customers).


Customer Types
We have seven customer types (with both male and female 'versions'): Business, Child, Elderly, Posh, Regular, Student, and Tourist.


Restaurant Help
A restaurant Cleaner and Entertainer help Emily out. Instead of clearing tables herself, the Cleaner can be sent to do that. This frees Emily up to prep and serve customers. The Entertainer improves customers' moods - only those customers at tables or sitting at the bar, not those at the counter (Tip: so if the restaurant is busy, serve customers at the counter first, and keep seated customers happy using the Entertainer - happier customers give bigger tips... and angry customers will storm out without paying!)


Mouse Mini-Challenge
Delicious 3 introduces the mouse mini-game/challenge! A mouse (aka Carl - we learn his name in a later Delicious) is hiding in each level, popping into view every now and then. Listen for
his squeak - you do get two or so chances to find him a level. If you're lucky, there will be a mouse hole, and you can just keep your eye on that. Catch Carl the pesky rodent by clicking him. This adds $100 to the day's score. A trophy can be earned for catching him on all 50 levels.

Tip: You can easily check which levels you have or haven't found the mouse on by clicking the day/level, and looking at the mouse outline - if the mouse is pictured, then you found Carl for that level! If not, just the outline will show. You can also check the trophy room - even before you are awarded the mouse trophy, you can click on it to see a telly of how many times you have found him.


Decorate Your Restaurants
At the end of a successful day, credits are awarded that can be spent decorating the restaurants. There are eight different upgrade items that can be purchased for each restaurant - these range in price from $100 lamp or picture through to new $400 kitchen counter.

Francois, Emily's best friend, is more than happy to help :)


Reservations
When the phone rings, click on it to answer and take a reservation. A bar will appear to indicate how far away the customer is, and how many customers the reservation is for.

Place a reservation card on a table by clicking the card beneath the phone, and then clicking on the table you want to reserve (obviously the table must match the group's size). Having a card on the table ready for when the reservation customers enter will result in a big bonus.

Other customers will not seat themselves on a reserved table - so placing the card is all about timing (just before the group arrives - if you place it too soon, you may be turning away other customers).


Trophies
In addition to finding Carl each level, we also have 18 trophies to collect! I love the extra challenges - adds more to the game. In my walk-through, there are a few trophy tips.
  • Prettiest restaurant in town: Buy all decorations in one restaurant.
  • First come, first served: Serve all customers in the order they enter (on one day)
  • Hold on, I'm coming: Get three reservation bonuses in one day.
  • Pest control: Get rid of 50 of those pesky rodents.
  • Thanks for all the fish: Finish the seafood restaurant.
  • Register genius: Get a pay combo three times in row.
  • Member of the upper class: Finish the posh restaurant.
  • Best service in town: Reach level 15 of any scenario in Emily's diary without angry customers.
  • I don't think we're in Texas anymore: Finish the western barbecue and grill.
  • I'll have the same: Serve the exact same order twice in a row.
  • Golden tip: Earn a total amount of $50,000 in tips (only one I didn't achieve - would just take lots more playing!).
  • Let me clear that table for you: Clean a table as a customer is walking towards it.
  • Living the dream: Finish the tea garden.
  • Leave it to the expert: Finish every day on expert.
  • Grill master: Complete all days of the western without burning a product.
  • How did you know that?: Have an order prepared (on your tray) before a customer orders it.
  • Beach girl: Finish the beach club.
  • GameHouse Friends: Find Henri and Jack. For Jack see my comments on restaurant 1, day 9 and for Henri see restaurant 4, day 6.



Restaurant 1: Western BBQ and Grill


Uncle Antonio knows that Emily is looking to buy a plot of land in Dolphin Bay to build her Tea Garden on. His friend Hank (pictured) lives in Dolphin Bay and has a restaurant that Emily can work in - perfect! Hank's wife helps him run the grill, but is in hospital, so he needs Emily's help. Win win!

It's an AWESOME touch that food can be grilled two ways: medium or well-done - listen for the 'dings' (first for light, the second for dark). (ed: they haven't used this idea in any further Emily games so far, which is a shame!).

Tip: do your best to NOT burn anything on the grill, or it'll be harder work getting the "Grill Master" trophy.

Day 1 starts off nice and easy - we've got nachos with either salsa or guacamole to eat, and root-beer or milk to drink. We have three tables: 3x two-seaters. I also managed to get my first two trophies of the game: "I'll have the same: Serve the exact same order twice in a row", and "First come, first served: Serve all customers in the order they enter (on one day)".

Day 2 the grill is added! First up is steak - and remember, it grilled medium (first 'ding'; colour is pink) or well-done (second 'ding'; colour is brown). Day 3 we get an entertainer in the form of Hank doing his rope tricks! Use him to improve your seated-customers mood (increasing your tips!). Our tray also increases to hold four items, and one of the two-seater tables becomes a four-seater. Day 4 we get a new menu item: ribs served with hot sauce. And we get one extra table, making it 3x two-seaters and 1x four-seater.

*Random musing: when I decorated with pictures for the wall, I swear the 'Wanted' poster looks a lot like Francois...






Day 5 means Corn on the cob! It's also where I got the "How did you know that?: Have an order prepared (on your tray) before a customer orders it" trophy. She just happened to be the first customer of my day. I had multiple items my tray - she ordered two out of the three, so clearly you don't have to have to have the exact order ready (you can have more items on your tray).  At the end of the day Emily meets with Ms Evelyn Sleezley from the bank (pictured). Emily gets her loan to buy the land in Dolphin Bay, but Ms Sleezley reminds her that if Emily defaults she will lose her land!


Before starting Day 6 we can see that the ground has been broken on Emily's Tea Garden (yay!), and she tells us that some of the money has been used to build the white picket fence. Day 6 adds Chicken to the menu. Day 7 we get help from a cleaner! He clears the tables for us, freeing up Emily. Another two-seater table transforms into a four-seater, bringing the count to: 2 x two-seaters and 2 x four-seaters. Annnnd we get our first try at Reservations with the addition of a telephone - there is only one for the day (remember to get that reservation card in place for $100 reservation bonus!).

Day 8 we get another sauce choice for the Ribs: Sweet Sauce. We now have five tables: 3x two-seaters and 2x four-seaters. At the end of the day Hank tells Emily that his wife is making a speedy recovery - saying it's due to the fantastic help Emily is giving :) Once Hank's wife is back, Emily won't be needed. Emily is worried that she won't have enough money to build her tea garden...

Day 9 a new bar is installed - this gives two single seats for customers (along with the five tables: 3x two-seaters, and 2x four-seaters), allowing the restaurant to seat up to 16 people, plus our takeaways customers. You can send Hank to entertain single customers at the bar. I got the "Hold on, I'm coming: Get three reservation bonuses in one day" trophy here. Plus, you are halfway towards getting the "GameHouse Friends: Find Henri and Jack" trophy - did you spot Jack??... He takes over the buffalo picture on the wall :)



The message says: You've found Jack! This adventuring prospector has just died, but you don't worry: he led a very rich life. To learn more about Jack, play Gold Rush: Treasure Hunt.

Day 10, the last day at Western BBQ and Grill. The tables change again: 2x two-seaters, and 3x four-seaters. After successfully finishing all days at the resturant we get the "I don't think we're in Texas anymore: Finish the western barbecue and grill" trophy :) I also got the "Prettiest restaurant in town: Buy all decorations in one restaurant" trophy, and the "Grill master: Complete all days of the western without burning a product" trophy. When the day ends Emily meets with Ms Sleezley again, who suggest Emily take an extended loan - however, if Emily misses one of the four installments required, the bank will take all her assets! Emily takes the extra loan... just before Hank tells her he no longer needs her help! Oh dear! Lucky for Emily, Hank's younger brother Brad needs help at his cocktail beach club...

By the end of restaurant 1, we've dealt with ten different menu items, five different customer types (Elderly, Business, Tourist, Students, and Regular), five tables, two bar stools, and I achieved seven trophies! We also unlock the first restaurant in Emily's Diary mode.


Mice By Day
01. There is a mouse hole in the floor, top left, near the pillar and the coat rack (where a rope hangs).
02. There is a mouse hole in the floor between the fireplace and the table, to the right of the screen.
03. Peeking out from the top of the barrel, which is to the very right of the screen, next to a table.
04. Peeking out from the top of the nachos machine.
05. At the very bottom right of the screen, peeking out from the edge of the grill (drinks above him).
06. There is a mouse hole in the floor, in the doorway just by the right-hand door.
07. There is a mouse hole in the floor, at the very end of the counter to the left.
08. Very close to where he is for Day two. There is a mouse hole in the floor to the right of the fireplace.
09. Peeking out from the left end of our tray, right by that bottom four-seater table.
10. Peeking out from the top of the cash register.


Take a look at the difference: Day 10, fully redecorated


Menu items
Drinks: Root-Beer, Milk
Food: Nachos Salsa, Nachos Guacamole, Chicken, Corn, Ribs with hot sauce, Ribs with sweet sauce, Steak medium, Steak well-done


Restaurant 2: The Beach Club 


Emily's always wanted to work at the beach, so she hopes Hank's younger brother, Brad (pictured), will hire her.

Emily heads straight to The Beach Club. Brad puts Emily to work straight away. Yay!

Day 1 we start off with 4 menu items, an easy target of $800, and 3 x two-seater tables. This is the first time we meet the Child customer type too. Unfortunately as we are back at another Day 1, we are back to having no cleaner or entertainer and a smaller three item tray.


Day 2, a blender is added to the kitchen counter, which means two new menu items: Pineapple, and Kiwifruit Smoothie. We don't have to wait long for an entertainer - Day 3 (the same as in the Western Grill). It turns out Brad is the fire breather on this stretch of the coast! We also get a new table, making the configuration 4 x two-seaters. At the end of the day Emily asks Francois if he knows any builders. Francois offers to help plan and organise it for her! Emily wants her Tea Garden to be perfect.

Day 4 and I finally lined up my customers in order to get the "Register genius: Get a pay combo three times in row" trophy - I simply took money from customers two at a time x three. It just so happened that many of the customers had been seated, so I could have Brad entertain the remaining person at the table to keep their mood up, while the other waited to pay.

Day 5 Strawberry is added to the menu in two ways: Sliced or Smoothie. The tables change, giving us a four-seater in place of a two-seater. And with that our tray changed to hold up to four items. At the end of the day Brad asks Emily out. She says she's flattered, but that she can't because he's her boss. Brad says he'll check back with her... On the main page we get the real reason:


Day 6 we get a cleaner (yay! A day earlier than in Western Grill). The bar opens up, giving us two extra seats, along with the 3 x two-seaters and 1 x four-seater (and remember, Brad can be sent to entertain people who sit at the bar). Day 7 we get an ice-cream machine! This opens up three new menu items: Pineapple, Kiwifruit, or Strawberry ice-cream. You can keep a maximum of four servings of each flavour prepared.

Heading into Day 8 Emily tells us she will only just make enough to cover her first loan payment on time (does that mean she needs a better paying job...?). We start the day with two extra seats at the bar and reservations are back (one table of three to seat). At the end of the day Emily asks for Francois' advice on how to let Brad down gently. She decides to tell Brad that Francois is her boyfriend! Emily doesn't like lying, but just she can't tell him the truth.

Day 9 we get a Super Power Bar added to the menu and another change to seating: 2 x two-seaters and 2 x four-seaters, along with the four single seats at the bar. At the end of the day Brad apologies for not knowing that Francois was her boyfriend and asks if they could still be friends. Day 10 gives us 1 x two-seaters and 3 x four-seaters. After successfully finishing all days at The Beach Club, we get the "Beach girl: Finish the beach club" trophy!

Francois visits Emily and tells her that bushes have been planted at her Tea Garden, but Emily is feeling down because Ms Sleazy has increased the interest rate on her loan! Luckily Francois has a friend that owns a seafood restaurant; another new job for Emily.

By the end of restaurant 2, we've dealt with 13 different menu items, five different customer types (Elderly, Business, Tourist, Students, Regular, and Children), four tables, four bar stools, and I achieved two trophies (bringing my total so far to nine)! We also unlock the second restaurant in Emily's Diary mode.




Mice By Day
01. Peeking out from the left end of our tray.
02. There is a mouse hole in the sink in the bar area.
03. Peeking out from windowsill on the left-hand side window.
04. There is a mouse hole in the sand out the right-hand window, to the right side.
05. Peeking out from the entrance window.
06. Peeking out from the fruit station, next to the strawberry.
07. Hiding pretty well (so keep your eyes peeled!) by the table at the bottom left-hand side. I've upgraded my table already, so he is peeking out from the top of the tea-light candle.
08. There is a mouse hole right in the middle of the bar.
09. Peeking out at the very right of the fruit station, by the pineapple.
10. Peeking at out the very left of the main counter.



Here is The Beach Club fully decorated:



Menu items
Drinks: Coconut Drink, Pineapple Smoothie, Kiwifruit Smoothie, Strawberry Smoothie
Food: Sliced Pineapple, Sliced Kiwifruit, Sliced Strawberry, Power Bar, Super Power Bar, Watermelon, Pineapple Ice-Cream, Kiwifruit Ice-Cream, Strawberry Ice-Cream


Restaurant 3: The Seafood Restaurant


Before we start the new job, Emily tells us that Brad understands she needs to make more money to repay her bank loan.

Francois' friend and owner of The Seafood Restaurant is Hung Yao (pictured). He tells Emily that Francois has been presumptuous about a job - but he gives her one day's trial to earn a longer-term job.

Day 1 we start of simple! There are four menu items: Turbot (a type of flat-fish) that we serve with salt and pepper, Squid Rings, Water, and White Wine. We have three two-seater tables. And we meet the Posh customer for the first time! At the end of a successful day, Hung tells Emily she exceeded his expectations - she gets the job!

Emily tells us that Mr Yao is a wise man that she can learn a lot from. Day 2 Lemon/Citrus is added to the menu - this gives us two options on how to serve the Turbot (with Lemon or with Salt and Pepper). Emily is learning from her so much new job - she tells us that adding spices during baking sure improves the flavour of the dish.

Before Day 3 starts Emily asks Hung his opinion on an entertainer for the customers. Hung thinks it will teach his lazy son a lesson! I think dressing in a crab costume and dancing around would teach me a lesson too hehe. So we get an entertainer (yay), reservations, and one of the two-seaters changes to a four-seater. This means our tray increase to fit four items :) I decided to earn the "Let me clear that table for you: Clean a table as a customer is walking towards it" trophy - I left the four-seater dirty, and when the next group of three/four walked in, I raced up and cleaned it. Emily says she feels sorry for Yao's son, but that he's making the customers laugh a lot.

Day 4 we get a new menu item: Rice with Shrimp. A whopping nine orders can be prepared in advance. Day 5 another new item is added to the menu: Salmon. This can be served with Lemon or Salt and Pepper, like the Turbot. The table configuration changes to: 1 x two-seater and 2x four-seaters. At the end of the day Francois tells Emily that the building supplies are going to cost more - Emily can't let the building progress slow, so she tells Francois she will deal with the financial consequences later. It turns out Ms Sleezley was eavesdropping on the conversation! She wants to take over the project herself!

Emily tells us that a new supplier will cost more, but she can't believe how good her garden is looking. Day 6 introduces Mussels/Clams to the menu - these are boiled and they don't burn, so you can leave two in the pots, cooked, until you need them. The cleaner is back to help out too. Day 7 we get an extra two-seater table, and Caviar is added to the menu (it looks like a wee fish-cake). Day 8 we add Lobster to the menu. At the end of the day a hurt Brad confronts Emily - he knows that Francois isn't her boyfriend. Emily tells us she knew she shouldn't have lied to Brad, but she never wanted to hurt his feelings.

Day 9 our tables change to: 3 x two-seaters and 2 x four-seaters, and the tray changes to hold five-items. Day 10 the tables change again: 2 x two-seaters and 3 x four-seaters. On successful completion of the day the "Thanks for all the fish: Finish the seafood restaurant" trophy is awarded. At the end of the day Emily pays back a loan installment, much to Ms Sleezley's disappointment. Francois drops by to let her know that the Tea Garden's gazebo foundations have been laid. She's going to need more money with the increase in the supply costs. Emily will try the fancy French restaurant for a job. Francois says he'll put in a good word - he want to school with the owner's son.

By the end of restaurant 3, we've dealt with 11 different menu items, all seven customer types (Elderly, Business, Tourist, Regular, Students, Children, and Posh), five tables, and I achieved two trophies (bringing my total so far to 11)! We also unlock the third restaurant in Emily's Diary mode.



Mice By Day
01. Peeking out in the gap/window of the bar with the squid rings.
02. Peeking out from the top left-hand table. I missed him the first time because a customer's order/speech-bubble was in the way, so watch/listen carefully!
03. There is a mouse hole stairs to the four-seater.
04. Peeking out from the seat of the bottom left-hand table.
05. Peeking out from the rice counter.
06. There a mouse hole at the left-end of the counter by the Turbot.
07. Peeking out from the left-hand pot.
08. There is a mouse hole under the right-hand window.
09. There is a mouse hole next to the fish-tank (if you've decorated) or the rock/coral garden.
10. Peeking out near the pot-plant by the squid rings, through the railing or netting (if you've decorated).



Here is The Seafood Restaurant fully decorated:



Menu items
Drinks: Water, White Wine
Food: Turbot (a type of flat-fish) with salt and pepper, Turbot with Lemon/Citrus, Squid Rings, Rice with Shrimp, Salmon with salt and pepper, Salmon with Lemon/Citrus, Mussels/Clams, Caviar, Lobster


Restaurant 4: The Posh Restaurant 


Before we start the new restaurant Emily tells us that Francois is someone she can always count on. She meets with Monsieur Alfonse, owner of The Posh Restaurant. There is a job going, as he had to fire someone who wasn't posh enough.

Monsieur Alfonse and Uncle Antonio are feuding over a stolen recipe!

Day 1 we start with three tables, 2 x two-seaters and 1 x four-seater, a five item tray, reservations, a cleaner straight off the bat (yay), and a menu of: Lamb Rack with Jacket Potatoes, Asparagus with Jacket Potatoes, Water, Red Wine, and Bread Baskets. Everyone at The Posh Restaurant orders bread before anything else, so have lots on hand.

At the end of the day Emily phones Uncle Antonio to talk about the dispute with Monsieur Alfonse. She's not happy that her uncle would ignore his problems.

Day 2 we get an extra two-seater table and a crepe station! The crepes need to be flipped, and are served with vanilla ice-cream. Day 3 Escargot (snails) are added to the menu, to be served with the jacket potatoes. At the end of the day Ms Sleezley visits Emily and talks about sending the restaurant inspector! Emily tells us that Ms Sleezley is putting pressure on her, like she wants Emily to fail...

Day 4 the table configuration becomes: 2 x four-seaters and 2 x two-seaters. Day 5 Creme Brulee is added to the menu - use the guide so you don't burn it! At the end of the day Brad visits - he's still angry, and accuses Emily of thinking him stupid. Emily tells us she wishes she had time to apologise to Brad, but she's got to make enough money for the next installment.

Day 6 we different potatoes added to the menu - these can be served with the escargot, lamb-rack, and asparagus. We finally find Henri and get the "GameHouse Friends: Find Henri and Jack" trophy - did you spot him??... He takes over the abstract painting on the wall :)



The message says: This lovable pastry chef has a beautiful pastry shop in Paris. To learn more about Henri, play Pastry Passion.

Day 7 a glass platform has been erected across the pool, with a new two-seater table on it. At the end of the day Uncle Antonio visits to tell Monsieur Alfonse the truth - it turns out his son stole the recipe as a prank. Antonio and Alfonse have wasted all these years being angry. Alfonse agrees to forgive Antonio if he plays his violin in the restaurant. Alfonse also says that Emily is doing a wonderful job :) Emily tells us that it was good to see her uncle set aside his pride (to apologise).

Day 8 we have Uncle Antonio as the entertainer! Cherry Ice-Cream is added to the menu as an option for the crepes. On the main page Emily tells us that with creme brulee, and cooking in general, perfect timing can make the difference between delicious and disastrous.

Day 9 we get another new table, bringing the configuration to: 2 x four-seaters and 4 x two-seaters. Before we start day 10 Emily tells us she's getting so close to owning her own restaurant - she's so excited! On our last day at The Posh restaurant the tables change again: 3 x four-seaters and 3 x two-seaters. On successful completion of the day the "Member of the upper class: Finish the posh restaurant" trophy. At the end of the day Emily hands over her second-to-last payment to Ms Sleezley. Ms Sleeazley is none too happy that Emily is doing well, and again mentions that the food inspector will be coming to visit Emily. Francois arrives with the keys to her brand new Tea Garden, yay! Emily tells us that Francois is someone she can always count on.

By the end of restaurant 4, we've dealt with 12 different menu items, six tables, and I achieved two trophies (bringing my total so far to 13)! We also unlock the fourth restaurant in Emily's Diary mode.


Now I am off to play Diary mode, so I can get the trophy for serving on 15 days without an angry customer (fingers-crossed).

As for the last trophy,

Mice By Day
01. Peeking out from the sheet music at the piano.
02. There is a mouse hole at the bottom of the pool.
03. Peeking out from the telephone.
04. Peeking over the escargot/lamb/asparagus station.
05. The is a mouse hole underneath the piano.
06. Peeking over the station above the potatoes.
07. Peeking over the station next to the bread basket.
08. Peeking out from the chair of the two-seater table on the glass platform.
09. There is a mouse hole right by where Uncle Antonio (the violinst) is standing. You might need to move him when you hear the mouse squeaking.
10. Peeking out from our tray.



Here is The Posh Restaurant fully decorated:



Menu items
Drinks: Water, Red Wine
Food: Lamb Rack with Potato Dish 1, Lamb Rack with Potato Dish 2, Asparagus with Potato Dish 1, Asparagus with Potato Dish 2, Escargot with Potato Dish 1, Escargot with Potato Dish 2, Bread Basket, Crepe with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Crepe with Cherry Ice-Cream, Creme Brulee


Restaurant 5: Emily's Tea Garden!

On the main page Emily tells us that the Tea Garden is finally complete! Even in her dreams it didn't look as beautiful as this! Before my start the first day, Emily is nervous - she is going to work hard to make her restaurant a success!

I love that Emily has to grow the different teas, and pick them to brew them (one click to the appropriate leaf adds six to your supply - this is the maximum you can have ready for preparation). Day 1 we have three tables, 2 x two-seaters and a four-seater, reservations, and three menu items: Orange Juice (two lots of oranges need to be added to the juicer), Mint Tea, and Scones.

We find out that Francois told Brad he wasn't really her boyfriend by mistake - Francois wants to help at the Tea Garden, and Emily knows she has to apologise to Brad. She tells is that Francois has already been really supportive, yet he still wants to help out some more.

Day 2 the tables change: 1 x two-seaters and 2 x four-seaters, and Iced Mint Tea is added to the menu. Day 3 Emily takes Francois up on his offer to help - as her entertainer. We also get Green Tea/Iced tea added, along with another two-seater table. Day 4 we get Cream Puffs added to the menu - use the indicator so you don't over fill them! At the end of the day Ms Sleezley visits to give an advanced "warning" about the restaurant inspector! On the main page Emily tells us that she is going to make sure her restaurant is top class - she doesn't want to lose the Tea Garden after all her effects.

Day 5 we get a new two-seater table (3 x two-seaters and 2 x four-seaters) and Egg Fried with Spring Onion is added to the menu. Day 6 Grapefruit Juice is added to the menu. This can be juiced by itself (two servings of grapefruit) OR juiced with orange (one serving orange, one serving grapefruit)! And we get the cleaner back :)

Brad visits, and Emily apologises for the misunderstanding (with Francois). He says its okay, that she made him think - so he's going back to college part-time! He asks if Emily would perhaps want to get a coffee sometimes - she says that perhaps she would... Emily tells us that she is glad Brad isn't angry with her anymore.

Day 7 Rooibosch/Rooibos Tea is added to the menu (I had to Google 'Rooibosch': or Rooibos: A South African shrub in the pea family, having green needle-like leaves that turn red when oxidized and dried and are widely used to make tea). And another two-seater changes to a four-seater. Day 8 Paprika is added as an alternative with the Fried Egg (Fun fact: Paprika is a spice made from air-dried fruits of the chili pepper family of the species 'Capsicum annuum' - so, dried Red/Green etc. Capsicums or Bell Peppers). At the end of the day Ms Sleazley reports that the restaurant inspector has been and the report is due! Emily hopes her inspection goes well; her customers are loving the garden.

Day 9 Muffins are added to the menu. I also had a harder time spotting the mouse! (sneaky little thing :P ) Day 10, the last day of the game, the table configuration changes one last time (1 x two-seater and 4 x four-seaters). At the end of the day Emily pays Ms Sleazley the final loan installment. Ms Sleazley can't believe it! On top of it all, the restaurant inspector was so impressed with Emily's Tea Garden that he reported Ms Sleazley for causing trouble!! And the bank has now fired her! In true Emily style, Emily offers to help - she has a herbal infusion to relief stress hehe. Francois then congratulates her - and Emily's tells him her dreams have come true :)

By the end of restaurant 5, we've dealt with 14 different menu items, all seven customer types (Elderly, Business, Tourist, Regular, Students, Children, and Posh), five tables, and I achieved three trophies (bringing my total so far to 16/18)! We also unlock the fifth restaurant in Emily's Diary mode.



Mice By Day
01. Peeking out from the fruit holder, below the orange.
02. Peeking out from the tea garden planter.
03. Peeking out from the third/empty tea holder.
04. There is a mouse hole on the side-walk, near the telephone.
05. Peeking out from the tea cups.
06. There is a mouse hole on the side-walk, above the four-seater table to the right.
07. There is a mouse hole to the left of the telephone, just inside the entry way.
08. There is a mouse hole to the left of the entrance way, next to the pot-plant.
09. Peeking out from the top of the juicer.
10. There is a mouse hole on the side-walk, above the four-seater table to the right.



Here is Emily's Tea Garden fully decorated:



Menu items
Drinks: Orange Juice, Grapefruit Juice, Grapefruit and Orange Juice, Mint Tea/Iced Mint Tea, Green Tea/Iced Mint Tea, Rooibosch/Rooibos Tea/Iced Rooibosch/Rooibos Tea
Food: Scones, Cream Puffs, Egg Fried with Spring Onion, Egg Fried with Paprika, Muffin


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