This week’s update in Restaurant City will take you and your customers back to the mid 14th Century and to the South Central region of Mexico. Traveling deep into the heart of the Aztec (Mexica) civilization, which is filled with rich mythology and cultural heritage. Also with this update your customers will be able to explore a small sample of the deep jungles of the Maya and Incas.
To start off your customers dining experience this week we have added all the needed items to turn the exterior of your restaurants into an Aztec Temple. To some of your customers at first it may appear to look like an Egyptian Pyramid but once they get a closer look they will notice the flat roof (Egyptian pyramids are pointed) a distinguishing difference between the two. If your customers are not worshiping you before they step foot inside your restaurant, we guarantee that they will be by the time they leave.
|Aztec Roof||Aztec Temple||Aztec Temple Door|
|Aztec Window||Aztec Banner||Jungle Plants|
|Chief||Worshiper||Pan Pipe Band|
Two of the greatest gifts to us from the Aztec/Maya people were amazing temples and chocolate. The word chocolate actually comes from an Aztec/Mayan word chocolatl. Add the Dark Chocolate Fountain that works 12 percent faster to help your staff keep up with the high demand for chocolate drinks and meals this week. While the magnificent Aztec temple will make your restaurant more popular by adding plus one to your max popularity.
Dark Chocolate Fountain: Serves 12% Faster
Aztec Temple: Plus 1 to max popularity
(Master chili chicken chocolat)
|Dark Chocolate Fountain
(Only available on Nov 21st and 22nd GMT)
Although the Aztecs and Mayans were two totally different civilizations they did have some things in common. Celebrate the appreciation of the craftsmanship of both civilizations in your Restaurant with a mixture of handmade Aztec and Mayan Tables and chairs.
|Mayan Chair||Mayan Table|
|Aztec Snake Chair||Aztec Table|
With three new wallpapers and flooring you can choose to finish off your restaurant with the traditional patterns of the Mayan and Inca or open the whole place up with the Jungle View wallpaper.
|Mayan Folk||Inca Folk||Jungle View|
|Folk Pattern||Soaring Eagle||Sun God Tile|
Gold was often used for decoration, and was abundant in the Aztec empire. Amazingly in early Aztec days gold was not used as currency instead they used chocolate. With these Archways and dividers you can recreate the Emperors Palace or the inside of a Aztec temple. Both which were often covered in Gold.
|Golden Arch||Golden Snake God|
(Free friend gift)
|Gol Divider Block|
|Temple Divider||Temple Divider Corner|
The Aztecs may have lived in the semi-desert in central Mexico (now called Mexico City) but the Mayans lived in the lush jungles of southern Mexico and northern Central America. Put these jungle bushes in your garden area and take your customers on an exploration of the Aztec to Mayan cultures all without leaving your restaurant.
|Jungle Shrub||Jungle Plant||Jungle Palm|
It’s all about chocolate this week, so keep your secret stash hidden in the Aztec Woven Basket. And throw a few Aztec rugs about your resto to mask those pesky chocolate stains.
|Aztec Lamp||Aztec Rug||Aztec Woven Basket (Free friend gift)|
The favored form of artistic expression in the Aztec civilization was the making of statues (sculptures). Be sure to place a few of these exotic artifacts throughout your restaurant.
|Golden Inca Statue||Aztec Statue
(Free friend gift)
|Aztec Dragon Statue (Free friend gift)|
Aztecs, Mayans and Incas used sundials and calendars to tell the time and date. The Aztec calendar contained pictographs for their days, months and years, while the sundial provided an accurate time reading using nothing more than the position of the sun. Be sure to warn your customers not to look directly into the sundial, as its reflection is enough to blind someone.
|Aztec Calendar||Golden Sundial|
Music and dance played a large part in many aspects of Aztec/Inca life. Hire this modern day (Aztecs in the 1500′s didn’t have any facial hair) pipe band trio to entertain your customers while they dine in your restaurants.
|Pan Pipe Drummer||Pan Pipe Guitarist||Pan Pipe Lead
(must have shared email)
Every Aztec themed restaurant needs a Chieftain Maitre D to be a team leader and help you ensure all your customers receive first class treatment from all your staff. The Sharman Waiter will come in handy for any of your customers who may fall ill while dining in your restaurant.
|Chieftian Maitre D||Shaman Waiter|
These finely crafted Aztec toilets and sinks carved from a single piece of the Aztec mountains and then topped off with the finest gold will satisfy all Aztec royalty dining in your restaurants.
|Aztec Toilet||Aztec Sink|
On the menu this week we have added a new main course, the Traditional Aztec meal Chocolate Chili Chicken. To drink we have a modern version of an invention that the Aztecs get credit for introducing to the world, Exotic Hot Chocolate. The Aztec version of hot chocolate was known as “spicy hot chocolate.” Since sugar was unknown to the Aztecs chillies, cornmeal and spices were used
|Chocolate Chili Chicken||Exotic Hot Chocolate|
We hope you have enjoyed this week’s update of the Aztec civilization! Don’t forget to visit Restaurant City forums and Fan Page regularly for free ingredient giveaways and to keep up with what’s new in Restaurant City!.
*Disclaimer* Sometimes decisions are made at the last-minute and things can work out differently to how we first thought. All information including pricing should be taken as a guidance only and is subject to change before and after release.