The navy fleet is back in town, docked in port outside your cafe in Cafe World, and it's up to you to give these soldiers a "Welcome Home" feast that they'll never forget. This, of course, is handled through a new catering order called simply: "Cater the Fleet Week." In it, you'll have a chance to earn a new seafood dish, that is, if you can complete the many tasks within fast enough.
For cooking tasks, you'll need to serve King Crab Bisque (a 24-hour dish) 40 times, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail (a 30-minute dish) 200 times, Nut Crusted Lake Trout (a 24-hour dish) 30 times, and Apple Crumble (a six-hour dish) 125 times. As a note, you can unlock Apple Crumble by completing the Astounding Cafe goals, or just rely on your friends to serve that one for you.
Speaking of friends, you can bring up to 14 of them in on this catering order with you, to make things a bit easier. On top of these cooking tasks, you'll of course need to collect some items as well: 15 Signal Flags and 15 Anchors. These are earned by asking your friends to send them to you.
If you can complete this entire order in less than three days, you'll receive the three-star rating for this Catering Order, 15 Catering Points, 7,500 Cafe Points, 200,000 coins and the Spicy King Crab Legs recipe. If you can't complete it in three days, but still finish within five days, you'll receive two stars, 10 Catering Points, 5,000 Cafe Points and 125,000 coins. Finally, for finishing at any point after the first five days of starting, you'll receive just one star, 5 Catering Points, 3,000 Cafe Points, and 75,000 coins. Keep in mind that the only way to receive the free dish will be to finish this Catering Order with the full three-star rating. If you pass out of three stars, feel free to cancel the order and start over while you're friends are still (hopefully) willing to help out.
We'll make sure to let you know if any other nautical-themed Catering Orders or goals are released in the future, so keep checking back with us!
What do you think of this Fleet Week Catering Order? Do you think the requirements are too difficult, or are you ready for the challenge? Sound off in the comments.