Rising Super Chef 2 Review!

“Take Order, Prepare, Cook & Serve tasty dishes of different cultures in Rising Super Chef 2 – the fun new food cooking game!

Get ready for the cooking madness in Rising Super Chef 2, and dive yourself into a fast-paced cooking craze! Our apprentice cook has caught a cooking fever and is going to be a top master chef after completing her amazing adventure. Cook through over 1000 levels, practice skills of grilling burgers, baking pizzas, frying chickens, making special desserts, all kinds of coffee, etc., and master hundreds of tasty dishes in the moving restaurant. Dash around the kitchen scramble serving your hungry customers.

Tap as fast as you can, follow the recipes, grab the ingredients and put them to the appliances to cook world-wide tasty cuisines. Your brilliant cooking techniques and cool math game skills will be very helpful for time management. As you become more and more skillful, upgrade the gears to help you overcome all the challenges.

Dress up your character with various styles of different countries as dressing up a Barbie. Besides that, the dresses can help you attract more customers and get more likes for the restaurant.

Design and decorate the restaurant with the local style when you arrive at different landscapes. Make your restaurant scape feel like a home, you can change the wallpaper, flooring, working tables and kinds of furniture.”

iOS Link

Android Link: Not currently available


Genre: Cooking Games

Rated: 4+

Offers in-app Purchases


Follow the recipes to complete orders!

If you’re a fan of cooking games, you’re going to be a fan of Rising Super Chef 2. The basis of it is like most of the cooking games we have played, except your character physically moves around to choose ingredients rather them happening just by tapping them. In what looks like a truck, you’re serving up hotdogs, salads, and smoothies. As time goes by and you get through levels, more food will unlock and the gameplay gets progressively harder.

At the top of the screen, there’s a recipe that tells you how to make each item. For example, with the Banana Strawberry Salad, you grab a banana, a strawberry, put it in the blender, wait, and then serve it to the customer. Other recipes will be easier and others will be harder.


The graphics aren’t the best!

Rising Super Chef 2’s graphics are really not great for a number of reasons. Each character is very generic looking, and show no emotion. As the icon on the app store was Christmas themed, I thought the characters and theme of the truck would be in line with the holidays – I was wrong. Although that isn’t the biggest of issues, the graphics are very basic looking and remind me of those really bad online games we used to play as kids.

Back on to the characters, I found it frustrating how each character ordered the same thing. I know that the blonde girl orders a fruit salad, the business lady orders a strawberry smoothie and the brunette cowgirl orders a fried sausage. With other cooking games, you don’t know what to expect with customers, but I knew what to prepare before the characters even stated their orders.

Music & Sounds

Each character has their own sound when they want to get your attention, which is kind of like an “ahh” sound rather than actually saying anything. Along with that, the cooking appliances make their own noises and every time you click on an ingredient, there’s a tapping noise. The tapping noise is actually really annoying and I feel as if it really isn’t needed, especially when you’re getting through so many orders.

The music in the background is the generic cooking game music – nothing special and it wouldn’t make a difference to the gameplay if it was turned off.


The controls are based on tapping!

The controls consist of tapping an ingredient to choose it and your character will follow it. Tap the character to give them the food and carry on. As with most cooking games, they all are based on a tapping control system.

The Power of in-app Purchases

Purchase cash and coins from the store!


  • 10 cash for £0.99
  • 55 cash for £4.99
  • 120 cash and unlimited energy for £9.99
  • 195 cash and unlimited energy for £14.99
  • 280 cash and unlimited energy for £19.99


  • 20,000 coins for £0.99
  • 11o,000 coins for £4.99
  • 240,000 coins and unlimited energy for £9.99
  • 390,000 coins and unlimited energy for £14.99
  • 560,000 coins and unlimited energy for £19.99

The Verdict

What did you think of Rising Super Chef 2?!

Rising Super Chef 2 is definitely one of the most generic cooking games out there, but that isn’t to say it’s not worth downloading. It’s just not one that I’d personally pick over others. I’m not going to keep Rising Super Chef 2, only because I am loyal to Cooking Craze and they’re too similar to keep both.

If you decide to download Rising Super Chef 2, let us know what you think and if you agree or disagree with the things we said. Happy gaming and stay casual!

Rising Super Chef 2 Overall Rating: 3/5

iOS Link

Android Link: Not currently available


Genre: Cooking Games

Rated: 4+

Offers in-app Purchases

About Post Author

By Phoebe Ruberto

Hey! I’m Phoebe and I’m one of the contributors on The Casual App Gamer. I’ve been gaming since the moment I could hold a controller and my first memory was playing Sonic The Hedgehog 2 on the PlayStation 2 with my siblings. Happy gaming and I hope you enjoy the reviews!