Hell’s Kitchen Walkthrough Guide

Join world-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay inside Hells Kitchen as he puts aspiring chefs through a rigorous culinary boot camp. Experience the shows pressure cooker atmosphere by entering a series of kitchen and dining room challenges. Youll need to master each Time Management test to progress. Each meal is scored by the famous Gordon Ramsay himself. Do you have the talent to be a "five-star" chef in the hottest kitchen in town? Enter the fiery double doors of Hells Kitchen and find out.

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System Requirements:
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
CPU: 800 Mhz
RAM: 256 MB
DirectX: 7.0
Hard Drive: 83 MB

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Hells Kitchen Game Tips

Tip 1: Don’t jump at every customer’s whim. Let them simmer a little or they’ll all lose patience waiting for their meals at the same time.

Tip 2: The more stars earned in a service, the more tolerance is gained to compensate for customers impatience.

Tip 3: You can queue several actions for the waiter in a row to minimize your time in the dining room.

Tip 4: Use the downtime from cooking to prepare any raw ingredients for the next order.

Tip 5: Wait until the faster recipe’s timer matches with the slower recipe’s timer before you start cooking in order to have them finish at the same time.

Tip 6: Burning reduces meal quality faster than cooling, so transfer the meal as soon as the cooking timer is finished.

Tip 7: Don’t blindly queue all the ingredients. Make sure you prepare those that are needed first.

Tip 8: Make a short visit to the dining room while recipes are cooking.

Tip 9: It’s normal for customers to wait at least a bit, so take advantage of the extra time to pace their demands.

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