Nordcurrent has released an update to its hit iOS time-management game Cooking Fever, which features the highly-anticipated new location the Breakfast Café, as well as new features and those all-important bug fixes.
Cooking Fever is an iOS time-management game in which you cook mouth-watering meals and desserts from a variety of exotic cultures.
There are 100 different ingredients, which you can use to cook over 250 different dishes in six themed locations: Bakery, Fast-Food, Chinese, Indian, Pizza, and Seafood.
With over 300 levels to complete and almost the same number of restaurant upgrades to purchase, the content on offer here is almost as rich as the pizza sauce.
The new update adds a seventh location, the Breakfast Café, in which you'll serve up a good-old English breakfast in a pub-themed environment.
Cooking Fever has been something of a success since its launch back in August this year, attracting over 6 million players. Since the recent update, Cooking Fever has regained its place at the top of the charts in a few regions.
Denmark and Australia particularly love Cooking Fever, with over 2 per cent of the population of each country now serving up pizzas and hamburgers left, right, and centre.
Nordcurrent's plans don't stop there, however, as work has already began on a sushi restaurant featuring new mechanics that will be released in the next update.
So don your chef hat, head on over to the App Store [download], download a copy of Cooking Fever, and serve yourself up that hangover-curing English fry-up in time for the weekend.