Plaza De Fiesta is one of the “extra” towns in Kitchen Scramble. Players don’t have to do them in order to make progress through the game. They can sometimes be fun to try, though. Plaza De Fiesta translates to “Party Square”.
Chef Crisp: Play Plaza De Fiesta for a limited time only! Earn special rewards, such as star tokens, power ups or boosts, and premium ingredients, by passing each Fiesta Gate. If you pass the final gate, you’ll earn exciting powerups and boosters!
Chef Crisp: Time is running out…….Once Plaza De Fiesta expires, you can no longer earn the rewards.
For some reason, whomever wrote the script for the game’s characters really likes to use extra punctuation.
Chef Crisp: Plaza De Fiesta requires Pinatas, not Supplies, to play each level.
Chef Crisp: Friends can give you Pinatas as a gift, or you can purchase Pinatas from the store. Your Pinatas supply will also replenish itself, but not as quickly as your Supplies do.
Part of what Chef Crisp said is a lie. Players can no longer give friends anything as gifts.
Chef Crisp: Once Plaza De Fiesta expires, your Pinatas will be gone, so try to use it all up!
The new recipes for Level 1 of Plaza De Fiesta are:
Baked Bean Nachos
Cheesy Cinnamon Beans
Fashionista: Hello Pepper! I was wondering when you would reach.
I think something got lost in translation here. Most people who speak English as a first language would not use the word reach in that sentence. It would be correct to say, “I was wondering when you would arrive.” Or to say, “I was wondering when you would get here.”
Pepper: Hi! How is the fiesta going?
Fashionista: It’s going good and now that you are here it’s going to be great.
Pepper: Wonderful! let’s fire up these stoves and get the fiesta going.
I got one star in Plaza De Fiesta Level 1!
The new recipes for Level 2 of Plaza De Fiesta are:
Cheesy Bean Quesadillas
New Appliance! Pupusa. Pupusa for every recipes!
This screenshot is a linguistic nightmare! A pupusa is a thick griddle cake or flatbread from El Salvador and Honduras. It is made out of cornmeal and rice flour, similar to the Venezuelan and Colombian arepa. A pupusa is a food – not an appliance.
“Pupusa for every recipes!” That sentence is a mess. It should say “Pupusa for all recipes!” But, even that would not be true. The pupusa is not part of all of the recipes in Plaza De Fiesta.
I got two stars in Level 2 of Plaza De Fiesta.
I got three stars on Level 3 Plaza De Fiesta.
I got two stars in Level 4 of Plaza De Fiesta.
The new recipes for Level 5 of Plaza De Fiesta are:
Corn On The Cob
Fried Burrito Rolls
I got two stars in Level 5 Plaza De Fiesta.
Players need to earn a total of 10 stars in the first half of Plaza De Fiesta in order to pass through the first Token Gate. Doing so gives the player some Token Gate Rewards.
I got two stars in Level 6 of Plaza De Fiesta.
I got one star in Level 7 of Plaza De Fiesta.
I got one star in Level 8 of Plaza De Fiesta.
I got two stars in Level 9 of Plaza De Fiesta.
The final level in the second half of Plaza De Fiesta is Level 10. It is incredibly difficult. Players cannot complete this level unless they serve five Cheesy Bean Quesadillas to customers.
The problem is that the game rarely gives the player five customers who want to order that dish. Players can only give customers the recipe that they ask for in Plaza de Fiesta. I lost track of how many times I had to re-do it before I was able to complete it.
After failing over and over, I finally was given five customers who wanted Cheesy Bean Quesadillas. This effort resulted on one star in Level 10 of Plaza De Fiesta.
There was more to do. I had collected a total of seven stars in the second half of Plaza De Fiesta. I cannot cross the last Token Gate without having a total of ten stars. There is a way to use Kitchen Cash to purchase additional Tokens. I had four Kitchen Cash. The game wanted five. I was running out of time.
Pepper: Wow! what a weekend? I’m completely partied out.
Fashionista: Phew! Tell me about it. Who knew having fun could be so exhausting?
Pepper: Hope this didn’t put off for next year.
That sentence doesn’t make much sense. It should say something like, “I hope this didn’t put you off from coming back next year.”
I was playing through Plaza De Fiesta during the pandemic, when my state was about to start opening up again. The phrase “put off for next year” hits kind of hard when I thought about all the concerts, sports, conventions, and travel that the world has missed out on during the pandemic.
Fashionista: Are you kidding? I wouldn’t miss it for anything. See you next year.
This was as far as I could get with Plaza De Fiesta before the time ran out. I was not able to earn three more stars, and I lacked the resources to unlock the Token Gate at the end. The game gave me the little story part that appears after a player completes Level 10, so I figure that’s good enough for me. All I missed out on was some rewards.
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