My Café: Recipes and Stories – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How to Beat, and Strategy Guide

My Café: Recipes and Stories is an extremely unique new café-manager game for the iOS and Android. Most games put the recipes front and center, having you add every ingredient manually while the customers automatically come and purchase the food; however, My Café: Recipes and Stories places the customer interaction first, having you talk to your customers and get to know them, and learning their likes and dislikes so that you can come up with new recipes. Read on for some tips and tricks for My Café: Recipes and Stories!

Talk to your customers when they first enter the store. Go through the conversation tabs with them and you will end up learning one of their likes. From there on out, they will automatically come into the store and order what they like as long as you have the right equipment. If you don’t, pay attention to the final speech bubble above the server’s head when she says what she needs to purchase.

Even if you have already talked to a customer though, you can talk to them again as many times as you want, and they will have something new to say almost every time. If the conversation goes right, they will give you a new request, as well. Oftentimes the new request can make more money than the old request can, so be sure to interact often.

When you go offline, you will earn money automatically, and when you log back on, a profit report, as well as a lost profit report, will pop up. The lost profit report will tell you why you lost the profit (such as not having the right equipment to make a particular beverage), and what you can do or buy to fix that.

Bar counters and bar stools are necessary for making room for your customers, but be sure to buy decorations, as well. Not only do they make it look like a nice place to be, but they add to the prestige of your café, and increase your character’s experience points. When your character levels up, you can upgrade a new skill for them, such as speed, free gifts or higher prices.

Check your prices often to make sure that they are at the right level. If a price is in bold green, it’s perfect. If it’s in light green, you can raise it a bit. If it’s in yellow, it’s a bit too high for some customers. If it is shown in red, then your price is way too high, to the point that no customers will buy your product.

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