Tra i Social Game più gettonati su Facebook c'è "Restaurant City", o "Il Ristorante": divertente applicazione sviluppata dalla Playfish che infila il giocatore nei panni nel gestore di un piccolo locale. Si comincia da una stanzetta con due dipendenti per poi crescere gradualmente in dimensioni e qualità: diventerai un grande chef?

Recuperando gli ingredienti a disposizione è possibile apprendere nuove ricette da sottoporre ai palati degli avventori, sempre critici e attenti alla pulizia del locale, alla qualità del servizio e alla disponibilità di giochi e passatempi.
Il gioco regala un ingrediente al giorno al momento dell'accesso, ed è possibile accaparrarsi nuove pietanze in occasione della prima visita a ciascun ristorante amico.

Il Social Game offre inoltre un'altra chance quoditidiana per arricchire la propria dispensa, attraverso il daily food quiz: una lettera al giorno viene inoltrata nella cassetta postale del risorante, contenente una domanda a carattere culinario posta in inglese. Dimostrare la propria profonda conoscenza della cucina non è sempre facile, in particolar modo considerato il pochissimo tempo a disposizione per dare la risposta esatta.

Titen ti aiuta proponendo nell'elenco seguente le soluzioni alle domande più frequenti. Buon divertimento!

 

A cocount is a?
nut | fruit | vegetable

A crêpe(crepe) is typically a?
thin salty biscuit | thinly cooked pancake | thick creamy waffle

A tomato is a?
nut | vegetable | fruit

Are truffles a:
fruit | fungi | seed

Caviar is made from?
fish eggs | preserved berries | pig's liver

Chicago-style pizzas are generally?
thin crust | deep dish | square

Chilli is a?
fruit | vegetable | 80's pop group

Dim Sum originaled from which country?
india | japan | china

Dulce De Leche is prepared by heating?
yoghurt | chocolate sauce | sweetened milk

Feta cheese is traditionally made in which country?
Greece | Denmark | Switzerland

Foie gras is food made from which part of an animal?
kidney | heart | liver

Granny smith apples are?
yellow | green | red

Grapes grow on?
Trees | plants | vines

Honey comes from?
bees | wasps | dragonflies

How many gourmet points do you get from a level 10 dish?
2.8 | 3.0 |3.2

In England, french fries are called?
crisps | chips | french fries

In which restaurant would you typically find burritos?
mexican | chinese | italian

In which restaurant would you typically find calzone?
italian | spanish | polish

In which restaurant would you typically find sushi?
chinese | korean | japanese

In which restaurant would you typically find tapas?
italia | spanish | german

Kimchi is a Korean dish made of fermented?
fish | vegetables | grain

Lard is the fat obtained from which animal?
cow | sheep | pig

Marzipan is made from:
PISTACHIOS | CASHEWS | ALMONDS

Natto, a traditional Japanese food, is made from fermented?
fish | cabbage | soybeans

New-York style pizzas are generally?
thin crust | deep dish | square

Prunes are dried?
dates | grapes | plums

Raisins are dried?
dates | plums | grapes

Ratatonille is a?
poultry dish | seafood dish | vegetarian dish

Saffron is a?
spice | fruit | vegetable

Sauerkraut is made from?
pickled cucumber | chopped tomatoes | fermented cabbage

Steak tartare is a meat dish made from raw?
Pork | chicken | beef

The chuck is found where on the cow?
front | mid | back

The flank is found where on the cow?
front | mid | back

The main ingredient in guacamole is?
courgette | cucumber | avocado

The main ingredient in ratatouille is?
potatoes | tomatoes | carrots

The main ingredients in tzatziki are?
Yoghurt and cucumber | tomatoes and onions | avocado and peppers

The pizza originates from which country?
germany | america | italy

The rump is found where on the cow?
front | mid | back

The sirloin is found where on the cow?
front | mid | back

The tuna is a?
freshwater fish | salt water fish | 80's pop group

To blanch a vegetable, means to?
slice it really thinly | fry it over low heat | boil and cool off quickly

To garnish a dish, means to?
add final touches | to mix ingredients together | immerse into cold water

To proof dough means to?
check if is the right consistency | knead in thoroughly | allow it to rise

To refresh a vegetable, means to?
immerse it into warm water | to slightly steam | immerse it into cold water

To saute a dish, means to?
fry quickly in hot pan | boil in hot water | add final touches

Venison is the meat from what animal?
deer | cow | sheep

Wasabi is made from a type of Japanese?
cabbage | horseradish | pepperfruit

What color is rhubarb?
green | purple | red

What color is tuna meat?
white | yellow | pink

What is a calzone?
a turnover made of pizza dough | a swedish casserole dish | a risotto with squid

What is chocolate bloom?
a type of sugar rush | the flower on the cocoa tree | cocoa fat or sugar

What is Hashi?
a japanese fruit | an oriental stir-fry dish | chopsticks

What is houmous made from?
rice | chick peas | corn

What is stracchino?
a fresh cheese from italy | a form of pasta | pickled vegetable

What is the main ingredient of tofu?
fish | soybeans | cabbage

What is this?
Durian Fruit | Pomegranate | Dragonfruit

Which continent produces the most cocoa?
south america | africa | south east asia

Which of the following herbs is found in béarnaise sauce
Tarragon | basil | corander

Which of the following is not found in basic mayonnaise
egg | oil | milk

Which of the following is traditionally found in pesto:
basil | coriander | oregano

Which of the following spices, is the most expensive?
Pure vanilla | oregano | cardamom

Which of these chillies is the spiciest?
red savina pepper | jalapeno pepper | naga jolokia pepper

Which of these fruits were originally called Chinese gooseberry?
kiwi fruit | mango | pomegranate

Which sauce is typically used in the dish eggs benedict?
Bbq sauce | hollandaise sauce | soya sauce