If your like me and you enjoy the show. Its disappointing but Its worth a try. For me its not quite my taste in games. Its a lot like dinner dash which online is like 9 bucks so over all it already cost more. there are no menu choices, or customizing the restaurant. so what you see at the training mission is pretty much what the game is, all that changes is extra customers and more ingredients to the menu. the downs for me are that unlike the show you play both the chef and waiter at the same time. the waiter is slow and you have to watch him work or your loose steps. when cooking the food you really don't do any work. you click the items once to prepare the ingredients. then when that done you drag to the cookingpot. when the timer peeps you move to plate, trying to have all meals done at same time. i guess for a wii game the graphics are good. Its something other then the wii players with floating hands or smiley type faces. for those who might like it there are recipes that come with the game so you can cook what you kind of see in the game. most of the food in the game looks like different colored shapes.
I guess, I was looking for a more show type experience. lack of a waiter or more food prep. I'm happy to have just rented it for the day. tomorrow I'm dropping it back in the mail for something better i hope.
I really was hoping that the Wii port of this PC game would introduce some motion-based controls, taking a bit more advantage of the Wii's revolutionary control system. But no, this game is an exact replica of the PC title. The Wii-mote is just used in place of the mouse.
Really a bit of a let down. Was hoping for realistic chopping action...