Robert Irvine Takes on His Next Challenge: ChefVille

by in Food Network Chef, September 19th, 2012

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Fans of the popular social game ChefVille and Robert Irvine fanatics can rejoice — the two are coming together on a culinary adventure as they tackle a series of tasty to-dos.

Beginning today, Robert will face his biggest challenge yet as he helps ChefVille players enhance the in-game establishments they have designed by mastering dishes from around the world, while improving their restaurants.

Throughout the next two weeks, ChefVille players can go on a series of quests cooked up by Robert — everything from ingredient cultivation and specialization, dish mastery and customer service — without the actual growing pains of owning a real restaurant. Similar to his role on Restaurant: Impossible, Robert will guide ChefVille players along the way, providing tips and tricks — and a little tough love when necessary.

Robert Irvine ChefVille quests include:

Gather your garden: Players are challenged to tend to their gardens, growing mushrooms, onions, tomatoes and other produce.

Spice it up: Players learn the value of a spoonful of sugar and a pinch of salt, using spices to amp up the flavor of their dishes, including burgers, Philly cheesesteaks and bruschetta.

Call on your neighbors: Draw inspiration from friends by visiting their restaurants to not only borrow ideas for your own restaurant design, but also access ingredients you might not have, such as cucumbers.

The VIP treatment: Players can serve up VIP Service by serving friends dishes, sending them flowers and bringing in outside entertainment like musicians.

Here’s how to play: Special in-game quests begin today and will be available for two weeks. To play for free, visit Facebook.com/ChefVille and click on “Play Game.”

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Comments (48)

  1. Julianna Domokos says:

    Dear Robert,I like to watch your show,amazing what you can accomplish in just 2 days,I wonder if you have ever intrested to rescue overseas international retaurants.I have a nephew whom have a retaurant for 15 years and in the last 3 years only a one men operation due to lock of costumers.Now barely can pay the overhead expenses,sometimes my sister have to help him out with that.He owns the building that is the reason he still able to keep his door open.I would like to help him,but I don't know how.The restaurant in Budapest/Gyal.

  2. zaida says:

    i like your show is nice and i love when you hummer and thetroy the wall me and my hausben like your pragran

  3. FLORI says:

    HI ROBERT I NEED YOUR HELP, MY RESTAURANT IS GOING DOWN AND I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO, PLEASE HELP, I READ ALL YOUR SUCCESS STORIES AND I AM VERY FOND OF YOU SHOW .I'M OUT 75,000 DOLLORES.. HELP HELP!

  4. Guest says:

    Does no one at Food Network ever CHECK these responses??? nothing but spammers here, they are all canned posts from spammers. Hellllloooo?? Anyone reading this??

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