Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! is an indie simulator title where you play the role of a fast food restaurant owner sitting on the 50th floor of a megatower filled with businesses. Like any food join located within a business, lunchtime is especially busy, so each day you will be flooded with orders from hungry workers in the same building looking for a bite to eat. Your job in the game is to fill those orders in a timely manner and make it to the next day, all while making sure the place doesn't burn down, is kept sanitary, and serves the public well.
The game follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, only with better graphics and music. You pick and choose the kind of food and drink you want to serve at your quick eat diner to attract customers, then you take orders as they come in to put food together and get it out the counter quickly. The faster you are, the happier the customers are and are more likely to return. During all this you need to do multiple tasks like throwing out the trash, refilling ice in the soda machine, place rat traps to keep unwanted pests away, wash dishes, clean the toilet, and most of it while keeping your hands clean with purifier. The game will penalize you for every mishap you have, so you're constantly on your toes.
The game plays very fair to what it is trying to accomplish. There's a much more frantic pace this time around that will annoy even the most seasoned veteran of the first title. It's as if the game knows you're now playing a sequel and has absolutely no desire to coddle you or break you into the groove of things. You either pick up what they're laying down, or you just drop it entirely and have to deal with the failure. That can be refreshing for some, but for others, that's an unnecessary pain in the ass.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! is one of those games where if you're not task oriented, you going to have a bad time. There's just no way around that key fact, and for a lot of people, being organized and meeting requests within a timely manner just isn't in their brains. I say this because those people will absolutely hate this game, so if you don't like those kinds of challenges, stay clear. However, if you love that kind of frantic pace and accountability to meet a demand, this is for you.