Cafe World Lomi-Lomi Luau Catering Order: Everything you need to know
Did you not get enough of the Hawaiian fun in Cafe World through the newest set of Aloha Joe and Lisa goals? Or, perhaps you've already completed those goals and you'd like to keep cooking the recipes that you earned therein? Either way, there's a new way for you to keep cooking, and to keep the Hawaiian party alive, all by completing the new Lomi-Lomi Luau Catering Order.
To be specific, you'll only want to tackle this mission once you've completed the Aloha goals (check out our guide to doing so), as you'll be required to cook all three dishes that you unlock only by completing them. Unless you have a set of very friendly neighbors, that are willing to outright finish this catering order for you, you'll be unable to complete the mission, regardless of the time limit, unless you pay Cafe Cash to do so, or finally unlock these recipes the old-fashioned way.
If you're ready for a challenge, meet us behind the break for everything you need to know about this new order.
As is stands, this is one of the most cooking-heavy orders I can personally recall seeing released in the game. You'll need to cook and serve over 1,000 dishes in total, and all in under three days. You'll need to serve Lau Lau (a two-hour dish) and Lomi Lomi Salmon (a six-hour dish) a whopping 525 times each. You'll also need to serve Haupia (a 24 hour dish) 50 times before all is said and done. Regardless of your level, your amount of available stoves, or your overall dedication to the game, I think many of you would likely agree with me in saying that this is more than a bit excessive.
If you're willing to tackle the challenge, you'll be able to bring 18 of your friends in on this mission with you, for a total catering crew of 19 people. While everyone is busy cooking, you'll also have to collect 28 collectible items: 14 each of Coconut Cups and Decorative Seashells. This is done by sending individual gift requests to your friends, asking them to send you that particular item.
If you're able to finish these monumental tasks in less than three days, you'll receive the three-star rating, 12 Catering Points, 3,200 Cafe Points, 75,000 coins, and the Chicken Long Rice recipe, which is exclusive to this catering order. Finishing in more than three days, but less than five will earn you the two-star rating, 8 Catering Points, 2,300 Cafe Points and 50,000 coins. Finally, if you finish at any point after the first five days, you'll receive 4 Catering Points, 1,400 Cafe Points, and 30,000 coins. It's worth noting again that the only way you'll receive the new recipe is by finishing with a three-star rating.
Is it just me, or does this mission seem excessively difficult? While a few of the most recent missions were fairly simple in comparison, giving you five days for the three-star rating, not only does this job require more cooking, but it also gives you less time to do it. I suppose that gives you all the more reason to celebrate should you finish the goal, as you'll have access to a new recipe that I think will stay rare for a very, very long time.
What do you think of this new catering order in Cafe World? Will you attempt to finish in three days, or would you be happy to ever finish the order, given its high requirements? Let us know in the comments.