Cafe World Pasta Maker Goals: Everything you need to know
- Place the Pasta Maker
- Serve 10 Tony's Pizza
- Collect 7 Cloves of Garlic
The Pasta Maker is the new appliance in question, and
- Serve Spaghetti with Meatballs 20 Times
- Collect 8 Bags of Flour
- Spice 5 of your Neighbors' Dishes
Your reward for finishing this goal is a new dish, appropriately enough - the Venetian Vermicelli.
Lots o' Linguini
- Collect 8 Lemon Slices
- Serve Venetian Vermicelli 8 Times
- Collect 8 Shitake Mushrooms
Another recipe is up for grabs with this one, in the form of Luigi's Linguini.
- Serve Luigi's Linguini 12 Times
- Collect 7 Heavy Creams
- Get 8 Bottles of Olive Oil
And the free recipes keep coming; this time, you'll be rewarded with Fettuccine Alfredo.
- Get 8 Russet Potatoes
- Serve Fettuccine Alfredo 20 Times
- Collect 8 Spring Onions
Another free dish awaits you for finishing this goal: the Gnocchi Gianna.
- Serve Gnocchi Gianna 8 Times
- Collect 8 Lobster Tails
- Serve Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail 40 Times
Another goal, another free recipe. This time, you'll earn the Lobster Stuffed Ravioli for completing this one.
We Can Carbonara
- Collect 10 Slices of Prosciutto
- Complete the Pasta Maker
- Serve Lobster Stuffed Ravioli 12 Times
This goal happens to be the last one in the series, and it also gives you one final dish: Mama's Carbonara. From here, you'll be able to cook all of these dishes from your cafe cookbook on any stove. Appropriately enough, the Pasta Maker just makes the pasta for these dishes, but any cooking will be done the old fashioned way, allowing you to cook as many servings as you'd like, dependent on how many stoves you have in your cafe.
Additionally, it doesn't seem as though these goals differ across users, as they mainly concern cooking the new dishes that we've been given, rather than tons of dishes from past releases. Still, if you see things are different from the way we've listed them here, it's likely all part of Zynga's increased attempt to add variety to the game, and will be entirely normal. No, let's go make some pasta, shall we?
What do you think of these Pasta Maker goals? Would you rather complete more difficult goals and not have to spend time building the Pasta Maker for these recipes, or are you happy with the two-for-one release (of both goals and an appliance)? Let us know in the comments.