Cafe World Gaelic Games Catering Order: Everything you need to know

In honor of the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday, your cafe in Cafe World will be catering the Gaelic Games tournament. You'll find yourself cooking some traditional Irish dishes, and will even be rewarded with a new themed recipe if you can finish everything in the shortest time possible. Here's our guide on how to do just that!

For the cooking tasks, you'll be required to serve Snowflake Cake (a six-hour dish) 999 times, Irish Breakfast (a 12-hour dish) 799 times and Apple Bramble Cake (a 14-hour dish) 699 times. Unfortunately, this is another one of those catering orders that will really test you and your friends' dedication, as these are some huge numbers to fulfill in just a three day time period (for the highest ranking possible). You'll be able to bring up to 12 of your friends in on this order with you, and remember that you can start and finish a whole round of cooking (without actually serving the dishes) before you hit "start" in order to save yourself some time.

In addition to these cooking tasks, you'll need to ask your friends for a lot of collectibles as well. You'll need to collect 15 Hurley Sticks, 12 Irish Jerseys and 10 Silotars for the games. You can earn these items by asking your friends to send them to you or by purchasing them outright with Cafe Cash.

If you can finish all of these tasks within a three day time period, you'll receive the three-star rating, 15 Catering Points, 7,500 Cafe Points, 200,000 coins and the Gaelic Boxty recipe. This recipe is only available at the three-star level, so feel free to cancel your order and start over if you fail to finish quick enough. For finishing within 3-5 days, you'll receive two-stars, 10 Catering Points, 5,000 Cafe Points and 125,000 coins and finally, if you finish at any point after the first five days have passed, you'll receive the one-star rank. This comes with 5 Catering Points, 3,000 Cafe Points and 75,000 coins.

Good luck finishing all of these tasks in time for the free recipe!

What do you think of this St. Patrick's Day themed catering order? Are you excited to get started in your cafe, or do you think the requirements are too much to ask for such a short period of time? Sound off in the comments.