Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide and Road Map for PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5
Welcome to our Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide. Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a rerelease of Overcooked! and Overcooked! 2, complete with all DLC content and the whole lot is free on PS Plus at the time of writing.
For those of you who already have the platinum trophy for Overcooked! and/or Overcooked! 2, you’ll be pleased to know that Overcooked! All You Can Eat has its own separate trophy list and platinum trophy. The platinum for this title is actually easier than the previous Overcooked! platinum trophies due to no longer needing 3 stars in every level.
Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide – Before You Begin
When you start a new game, you will be asked if you would like to play the game in Assist Mode or Classic Mode. Assist Mode adds the option to turn off order expiration, giving you infinite time to fulfil an order. You’ll also have double the normal amount of time to complete the stage.
Pros of using Assist Mode include:
- Easier to complete the campaign
- Easier to play solo
- Earn more stars to progress more easily thanks to lower points goals in each level.
The cons of using Assist Mode include:
- Some trophies are only unlockable in Classic Mode, but these are fairly easy to collect at any time from a fresh Classic Mode save.
- Your trophy journey will take longer due to the increased timer in every stage, but you might save time not having to replay stages for more stars.
You don’t need every star in Overcooked! or Overcooked! 2 to earn the All You Can Eat platinum, you just need enough stars to progress.
All in all, I recommend using Assist Mode if you plan on playing this solo, which brings me on to my next point…
Overcooked! All You Can Eat includes online multiplayer, allowing you to play through the campaign and additional game modes with a friend either online (if you have PS Plus) or locally (if you have two controllers).
The game is a lot easier with a friend because you can do a lot more things simultaneously than you can typically do solo. The difficulty does increase a little when you’re playing with a friend, as the game tries to balance itself for the added player, but I feel the convenience of a helping hand outweighs the slight difficulty increase.
Split Controllers – 4 players with 2 gamepads.
There are many trophies in this game that will require up to 4 players, but rest assured, you will only need 2 controllers to achieve this.
From the main menu (or pause menu on the world map), press to bring up the team management menu, where you will find an option to split the controller. Do this for both players (controllers) to allow for four fully controllable characters; two per controller.
This feature is only available locally. If you are playing online, you will not be able to activate controller split.
Phase One – Complete Overcooked!
Just focus on the Overcooked! campaign in this first phase of our Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide. There are several trophies that will unlock naturally by you simply completing the original game’s campaign.
Along the way, you’re welcome to try and unlock any Miscellaneous Trophies you feel like attempting, but we’ll dedicate a phase of our Trophy Guide to that towards the end of the trophy journey.
Overcooked! Story Trophies
Complete a kitchen in the Munch Mansion
You will unlock the Kitchen Nightmares trophy unavoidably when you complete Overcooked! World 4 Stage 1.
You can also unlock Kitchen Nightmares during Versus Mode by specifically choosing to play on Munch Mansion.
Out of this World
Complete a kitchen in Cosmic Canteen
The Out of this World trophy will unlock unavoidably upon completion of World 5 Stage 1.
You can also unlock Out of this World during Versus Mode by specifically choosing to play on Cosmic Canteen.
Hero of Thyme
Complete Overcooked! and save the Onion Kingdom!
There are 30 stages in Overcooked!; 28 normal stages, plus one tutorial stage at the start and one boss stage at the end. To unlock the Hero of Thyme trophy, you will need to complete all 30 of them.
Progressing will require stars, so I’d recommend getting 2-3 stars per stage as you make your way through the Overcooked! campaign. This way, you can ensure you have enough stars to unlock the final boss stage, and don’t end up getting stuck or needing to backtrack for more stars.
This trophy is a lot easier with Assist Mode turned on, because the score requirement for stars will drop and you can get 3 stars on every level by just completing 2-4 dishes and very little else.
Note that the final boss is very difficult to do solo. Your score doesn’t really matter here, you just need to feed the final boss every order until they stop coming in. The extra time you get for playing in Assist mode is helpful but without an extra pair of hands helping you blast out those orders, you may have a pretty hard time.
If you insist on playing the final boss solo (or have no choice), then you should do a couple of practice runs to get a good idea of what’s required and what each order will be so that you can get faster and faster until you can eventually pull it off.
Reach the final boss in the Overcooked! Story Mode and defeat it to unlock the Hero of Thyme trophy.
Phase Two – Complete Overcooked! 2
With the Overcooked! campaign out of the way, the obvious next step for our Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide is to do the same for the Overcooked! 2 Campaign.
Again, feel free to work on any Miscellaneous Trophies you feel like doing as you make your way to the end of the second game’s campaign.
I strongly recommend that you take advantage of Overcooked! 2’s throwing mechanic to throw ingredients into pots whenever you get the opportunity, this way you can make progress towards Hot Pot Shot.
Overcoked! 2 Story Trophies
Complete Overcooked! and Overcooked! 2 tutorials
When you start either the Overcooked! or Overcooked! 2 campaigns, there’s naturally a tutorial at the beginning. Complete the tutorial in both the Overcooked! and Overcooked! 2 campaigns to unlock Lettuce Begin.
As you’ll be completing both campaigns on your route to the Platinum Trophy, this trophy is unmissable.
Complete a kitchen on a Balloon
You will unlock the Pop! trophy unavoidably when you complete Overcooked! 2 World 1 Stage 5.
You can also unlock Pop! during Versus Mode by specifically choosing to play on the Hot Air Balloon stage.
Complete a kitchen in the Mines
You will unlock the Get Berried trophy unavoidably when you complete Overcooked! 2 World 2 Stage 4.
You can also unlock Get Berried during Versus Mode by specifically choosing to play on the Mines stage.
World Renowned Chef
Discover all locations/ levels in the main games
By completing both the Overcooked! and Overcooked! 2 campaigns, you will naturally visit every level in both games, unavoidably. Fortunately for you, that’s exactly what you need to do to unlock the World Renowned Chef trophy.
Or at least that’s what the trophy description claims, but the trophy appears to unlock early for a lot of people.
If you’re playing through both games in order, this trophy should unlock during the final stage of the Overcooked! 2 campaign, but there’s a high chance you’ll unlock it near the start of Overcooked! 2 instead. For me, it unlocked in Overcooked! 2 World 1, Stage 6.
Complete Overcooked! 2 and save the Onion Kingdom…again
Overcooked! 2’s campaign is slightly longer than that of Overcooked! as there’s an extra 15 levels, making a total of 45 – this number includes the 8 secret “Kevin” levels, which you can skip completely if you wish, but they’re a good source of an extra star or two if you need them.
As with the Hero Of Thyme trophy, just make your way through to Overcooked! 2’s last level and win to unlock The Unbread.
Again, you will need stars to progress, so you should always aim for at least 2-3 stars per stage, which will be a lot easier in Assist Mode should you choose to go that route. Keep in mind that Assist Mode gives you extra time per level, so your overall platinum journey will be slower if you do that.
Phase Three – Sample the Extra Trimmings
Moving on from the game’s two main campaigns, we’re going to play the “Extra Trimmings” campaigns for a short time. These campaigns were originally introduced as DLC for each respective game but are bundled in with the main games within Overcooked! All You Can Eat.
You will only need to actually complete one of these campaigns in this phase of our Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide, but you’re also going to need to complete World 1, Stage 1 in all 14 DLC packs for World Traveler.
Additionally, in order to unlock Fire Hazard, you will need to progress through the “Festive Seasonings” Extra Trimming campaign until world 1, stage 5, where you’ll get access to a Flamethrower.
During this phase, you should continue to throw ingredients into pots wherever you can, earning progress towards Hot Pot Shot.
Extra Trimming Story Trophies
Would You Like Fries With That?
Complete an Extra Trimming world
You will earn “Would You Like Fries With That?” naturally while working on All You Can Eat. You need to complete a single world in any Extra Trimming DLC pack to unlock it, which you’ll do when completing the Ever Peckish Rises Campaign’s two worlds.
Note that, for some reason, it unlocks when you complete World 2 and not World 1.
All You Can Eat
Complete The Ever Peckish Rises campaign
The only Extra Trimming DLC pack you need to complete is the Ever Peckish Rises campaign, which is second on the list. You simply need to complete 7 stages, and the final stage (2-4) only requires 8 stars to unlock.
You will find this very easy if you play in Assist Mode, but don’t forget that Classic Mode will be faster. It’s ultimately up to you.
After you’ve reached and completed World 2, Stage 4 in the Every Peckish Rises campaign, the All You Can Eat trophy will unlock.
Complete the first level in all World 1’s
For the World Traveler trophy, you will need to complete World 1, Act 1 (1-1) for both main campaigns as well as the 14 DLC “Extra Trimming” campaigns. For clarity here’s a full list of the 16 campaigns:
- Overcooked! 2
- The Overcooked Birthday Party
- The Ever Peckish Rises
- Festive Seasoning
- The Lost Morsel
- Moon Harvest Festival
- Sun’s Out Buns Out
- Spring Festival
- Winter Wonderland
- Carnival of Chaos
- Night of the Hangry Horde
- Campfire Cook Off
- Chinese New Year
- Kevin’s Christmas Cracker
- Surf ‘n’ Turf
You don’t even need to get any stars, so you can intentional fail every 1-1 stage you play, as long as you play them until the timer expires.
Once you have loaded up each of the 16 campaigns and completed World 1, Stage 1 in all campaigns, the World Traveler trophy is all yours.
Use the Flamethrower to cook 20 items
The Flamethrower is only accessible in the “Festive Seasonings” Extra Trimming campaign, and will become available in stage 1-5.
As such, you will need to progress through the Festive Seasonings campaign until that level, and then play it repeatedly to cook as much food with the Flamethrower as you can.
All you need to do is grab a turkey from storage, place it on the counter, cook it with the flamethrower, then throw it in the bin. Repeat as needed.
Once you have cooked a cumulative total of 20 food items using the Flamethrower, the Fire Hazard trophy will unlock.
Phase Four – Multiplayer Trophies (Possible Solo)
This fourth phase of our Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide contains nothing but miscellaneous trophies that require 2 or more actual players. Fortunately, all of them can be completed solo if you have two controllers (see Split Controllers).
Essentially, for the majority of these trophies, you will need to complete levels or actions with specific chef costumes equipped across 4 “players”. This phase should be quick and easy whether you’re doing it solo or with a friend.
Note that 4 characters with two gamepads can only be achieved locally. Controller Splitting is not possible when playing online.
The All Seeing Fry-Cook
Play a level with 4 chefs wearing glasses
The All Seeing Fry-Cook trophy can be earned solo with two gamepads by using Controller Splitting.
All you need to do for The All Seeing Fry-Cook is equip a chef skin with glasses on for all four characters and then wait for the timer to expire in any stage.
There’s a few glasses-clad characters to choose from, but if you have 3 chefs using the same skin and the fourth chef wearing a different glasses-wearing skin, you can unlock They Suspect Nothing… here too.
Play a level from Campfire with 4 Bear Chefs
The Bear Picnic trophy can be earned solo with two gamepads by using Controller Splitting.
The Bear chef is second from the left on the top row of chefs. Equip this skin on all four characters and then load up the “Campfire Cook Off” Extra Trimmings campaign.
Play any of the Campfire Cook Off campaign levels (such as 1-1) until the timer expires with four characters all wearing the Bear Chef skin and the Bear Picnic trophy will unlock.
New World Order
Play a level with 4 Reptile Chefs
The New World Order trophy can be earned solo with two gamepads by using Controller Splitting.
All you need to do to unlock the New World Order trophy is equip a reptilian skin on all four characters and then wait out the timer in any stage.
Play Overcooked! 4-2, with a Werewolf, a Ghost and a Vampire Chef
The Monster Mash trophy can be earned solo with two gamepads by using Controller Splitting.
This can be done with only 3 characters, so feel free to only split one of your two controllers if you’re using Controller Splitting. You must make sure that at least one chef in your party is dressed as a Werewolf, one is dressed as a Ghost, and another is dressed as a Vampire.
Once you have the required skins equipped, load up the Overcooked! campaign and go to World 4, Stage 2.
Wait out the timer in that level with the correct skins equipped to unlock Monster Mash.
Throw and Catch an Ingredient between 4 Alien chefs 15 times without dropping it
The Space Jelly trophy can be earned solo with two gamepads by using Controller Splitting.
To begin with, you must equip all four characters with an Alien skin. Once done, load up a stage where throwing is possible (Overcooked! 2’s campaign will do).
Then, I recommend getting into a square formation, as though each alien is a corner of the square. Grab an ingredient and then hold / or / to aim at the next alien in the formation. Release to throw the ingredient at them and they should catch automatically if they are facing the throwing alien.
Switch to the character that is now holding the ingredient and then take aim at the next alien. Repeat until you have thrown and caught the ingredient 15 times in a row to unlock Space Jelly. If you miss a throw or drop the ingredient, the counter will reset to 0.
Play Overcooked! 2-2, with 4 players all using the Rat chef
The Infestation trophy can be earned solo with two gamepads by using Controller Splitting.
First, equip all four characters with the Rat Chef skin. Note that the rat chef is an alternate mouse chef skin. If you use the mouse chef, the trophy won’t unlock!
Once ready, load up the Overcooked! campaign and go to World 2, Stage 2.
Wait out the timer in that mission with all four chefs dressed as rats to unlock Infestation.
They Suspect Nothing…
Play a level with 4 players, of which 3 are the same chef
The They Suspect Nothing… trophy can be earned solo with two gamepads by using Controller Splitting.
To unlock They Suspect Nothing… you should equip 3 out of 4 players with the same skin, and then equip the fourth player with a completely different skin.
Once all four chefs have a skin equipped, load up and complete any stage and the trophy will unlock.
You’re a Real Pizza-work
Push someone off a level
The You’re a Real Pizza-work trophy can be earned solo with two gamepads by using Controller Splitting.
To unlock You’re a Real Pizza-work, you need to push another player off the level. Pushing your second chef off the level in solo play won’t work, it specifically has to be either local or online multiplayer.
As with all trophies in this phase, you can just unlock this by using a second controller. Once you have two controllers logged in and in your party, start any campaign stage or arcade level that has pitfalls.
Position player two at the edge of a pitfall and then, as player one, press to dash into them. Once they go over the edge and fall off the level, you will unlock You’re a Real Pizza-work.
Phase Five – Arcade Modes
During this phase of our Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide, you’ll need to spend a bit of time in Arcade Mode. You can do this either solo or with a friend, but you may find it more enjoyable with a friend.
This phase should take just over an hour to complete.
Versus Arcade Mode Trophies
Rooting For You
Win a kitchen in Versus Mode
To unlock Rooting For You, you need to load up Versus mode (via the Arcade option in the main menu) with a friend (or yourself using two controllers logged in to two different accounts) and then get more points than them by delivering more orders.
If you’re doing this alone then you’ll have a real easy time as you can obviously just not do anything with your second controller.
This trophy has a mild chance of not unlocking, but you can just win another round to get it to unlock.
It’s a Cook-Off!
Finish 15 games in Versus Mode
To unlock It’s a Cook-Off! load up Versus mode (via the Arcade option in the main menu) with a friend (or yourself using two controllers logged in to two different accounts) and then simply play 15 rounds. You don’t need to win all 15, or even actually play all 15. Just load up each match and then set down your controller and wait out the timer if that’s how you want to play it.
After 15 matches of 4 minutes in length, you should unlock the It’s a Cook-Off! trophy in about an hour. You will also simultaneously unlock Dinner Party Posse if you don’t already have it.
Dinner Party Posse
Finish 15 kitchens in Arcade
Rather than getting this trophy separately, just unlock It’s a Cook-Off! and this trophy will unlock automatically.
Phase Six – Cleaning Up
You’ve made it to the final phase of our Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide! In this last phase, you’re just going to be mopping up any miscellaneous trophies you don’t have by this point.
After all the time you’ve spent in the game by now, you’re likely to have unlocked a good majority of these, so have a browse and see which ones you still need before proceeding to unlock them and secure your shiny new platinum trophy!
Hot Pot Shot
Throw 100 ingredients into a cooking pot
If you have taken my advice and have been working on this trophy throughout the Overcooked! 2 and Extra Trimming campaigns, you will have either unlocked this trophy by now or at least be quite close.
To farm this trophy, just load up any Overcooked! 2 level with rice or pasta because those ingredients can be thrown into a pot without any preparation. Then, you will need to pick up some rice/pasta, use to throw it into the pot, then empty the pot into the bin. Rinse and repeat until you’ve thrown ingredients into a pot a total of 100 times and the Hot Pot Shot trophy will unlock.
Remember that you cannot throw in Overcooked! or some of the Overcooked! Extra Trimming content, so you should only attempt this in Overcooked! 2.
The Hot Pot Shot trophy can be made easier with friends. Just have one friend bringing you ingredients to throw, and another friend emptying the pot into the bin.
Complete 5 tickets in under 30 seconds in Classic Mode.
Cannot be earned with Assist Mode on.
The Fast Food trophy is a lot easier than it sounds, and actually may even happen naturally throughout your Overcooked! 2 playthrough (if you choose to play on Classic Mode rather than Assist Mode). If not, then there’s a super easy way to acquire this trophy.
First, load up the Overcooked! 2 campaign and then head to World 1, Stage 1. In this level, you either need to serve raw shrimp, or raw fish. Nothing else. No waiting for things to cook, just chop them up and stick them on a plate. These quick and easy orders can very simply be smashed out in less than 30 seconds, but you can make things even easier for yourself.
At the start of the level, chop up 5 fish and 5 shrimp, but don’t plate or deliver them.
Once you have 5 of each nicely pre-cut, start plating them up and delivering them whenever they appear as an order in the top left corner of your HUD.
There are 4 plates, so you can easily blast the first four orders out. When the plates respawn, they don’t need cleaning, so you can very easily just send out your fifth and final order long before the 30 second time limit is up.
Complete a level in Classic Mode by doing all the recipes in order.
Cannot be earned with Assist Mode on.
The Clockwork Kitchen trophy can be earned as early as the Overcooked! tutorial. All you need to do is ensure that every dish is delivered in the order that they appear on the order list at the top of the screen.
If you deliver the second (or later) order on your list before the first, you will void this trophy and need to try again from the start of any level.
You get a score bonus for completing orders in order, so you should always try to do this anyway. If you haven’t earned this trophy by the Overcooked! 2 campaign, you will earn it during Overcooked! 2 Tutorial Stage where every order is onion soup and you can’t deliver them out of order.
If you played the Overcooked! 2 campaign in Assist mode, then just start a new Overcooked! 2 save in Classic Mode and play the tutorial to get the Clockwork Kitchen trophy with ease.
It’s Bean Emotional
Use every emote
When you hold , either in a level or on the results screen, you will bring up a wheel of emotes that you can select by pushing in the direction of any of the 6 options.
To unlock the It’s Bean Emotional trophy, you should do this for every available emote. Note that some emotes differ depending on where you are at the time, but the trophy seems to only want you to use all six emote slots, regardless of what emotes are available in them.
Once you have used all 6 options from the emote menu, the It’s Bean Emotional trophy should unlock.
If You Can’t Stand the Heat
Extinguish a burning kitchen
During any game mode, leave a food item cooking until it burns and then sets alight. As soon as the fire starts up, grab a fire extinguisher with and then hold to start using it.
Use to aim yourself towards the fire and keep held down until the fire (and any subsequent fires) has been put out.
Once your kitchen is once again fire-free, the If You Can’t Stand the Heat trophy will unlock!
Run over Unbread 10 times
On the Overcooked! 2 overworld map, east of the castle, you can find the Tutorial stage you complete at the start of the campaign. Surrounding it, there are some gravestones and some “Unbread”; Zombie Bread Slices. Run over them in the van and they will fall down, then get back up again later.
Repeatedly run over the four Unbread zombies until you’ve run over a cumulative total of 10 Unbread and the Careful Driver trophy will unlock!
Teleport as the Racoon
Unlocking Racoon Magic is very simple. Set your chef skin to the racoon in a wheelchair, and then load up a level with teleporters. I used World 3, Level 2 in the Overcooked! 2 campaign.
Go through the teleporter as the Racoon and the Racoon Magic trophy will unlock!
This is Fine
Have 10 tiles on fire at a time
In any game mode, leave a food item cooking until it sets alight. Then all you have to do is wait. After a certain amount of time, the fire will spread to surrounding tiles. Continue waiting until the fire has spread to 10 tiles or more and the This is Fine trophy will unlock!
Clutz in the Kitchen
Respawn 10 times
If you don’t unlock Clutz in the Kitchen naturally during your playthrough, find a stage where you can fall off the level–such as Overcooked! 2-1–and then just fall off the edge. You’ll then need to wait a few seconds to respawn.
Repeat this 9 more times (or as many as you need) for a total of ten respawns. You’ll then unlock Clutz in the Kitchen.
Deliver a wrong dish 10 times
To unlock “It’s RAAW”, load up any level in Overcooked! or Overcooked! 2 and then place any food item onto a plate and deliver it. If the food item was not an order on its own, the orders will flash red, indicating you have delivered a wrong order.
Repeat this as many times as needed until you’ve done it a total of 10 times, unlocking “It’s RAAW.”
Note that some food items like lettuce and tomato need to at least be sliced before they can be put on a plate. The easiest levels to unlock this trophy are those with burger buns, as you can plate those up right away.
Keep a finished meal 30 seconds before serving it
The It’s COLD trophy is very likely to unlock naturally, the kitchens can get quite hectic–especially when playing solo–so the chances of you leaving a dish unattended for 30 seconds are quite high.
All you’ll need to do is prepare one of the orders and then wait for 30 seconds or more before delivering it. This can be done as early as the Overcooked! Tutorial.
Bangers and Trash
Put 99 items in the bin
You may indeed end up putting a few mistakenly ruined dishes and accidentally grabbed food items into the bin throughout your time in the game, but probably nowhere near 99 of them.
To farm out this trophy, just load up any level and then repeatedly run back and forth from a food storage box and the bin, throwing the raw food item away each time. Keep this up until you’ve thrown away a cumulative total of 99 food items, at which point the Bangers and Trash trophy will unlock.
Save An Ingredient From Burning At the Last Possible Second
When you leave any cooking ingredient on the hob/in the oven (such as rice, chopped meat, pizza, etc) for too long, a red warning triangle icon will appear and you’ll hear a beeping sound.
This beeping sound gets faster the closer the food gets to being burned and in order to unlock the Calculated Risk trophy, you must pick up the food item a mere second before it becomes burnt. Now, this might seem like it needs some incredible timing, but actually, it’s quite easy.
First, leave a food item cooking until the beeping starts. Let the beeping increase in speed twice, and then pick the food up. The trophy won’t unlock yet, but what you can do now is to put the food back down, let it cook for a millisecond, then pick it up again. Repeat this over and over until you find the sweet spot and the Calculated Risk trophy unlocks.
Get 3 Stars in a level where each player is a Box Chef. Only available in Classic Mode.
Cannot be earned with Assist Mode on.
The best level to earn Boxing Champion on is World 1, Stage 1, in the Overcooked! campaign. I found this easier to achieve with a friend, but the extra time and lower star thresholds you get playing solo should make it not too difficult to earn alone.
Essentially, with both characters set to the Box Chef skin, play that first level and make onion soup repeatedly as fast as you can until you get enough score for three stars.
Once you’ve earned a 3-star rating with all characters set to the Box Chef, Boxing Champion will unlock!
Play as a Aquatic creature in a Sushi Level
To unlock Something Fishy you will first need to have an “aquatic” chef skin equipped. There are quite a few of these; Axolotl, Octopus, Narwhal, Shark, Walrus, and Turtle. You may be able to use Crocodile and Platypus too, but I’m unsure.
With your aquatic character equipped, load up any Sushi level (World 1, Stage 1 in the Overcooked! 2 campaign is perfect) and then complete the stage. The Something Fishy trophy will unlock when the timer expires.
Throw 5 Tomatoes at another player
While the Food Critic trophy claims you need another player, unlike the You’re a Real Pizza-work trophy you can unlock this solo. As such, you may already have some progress towards the trophy from playing through the Overcooked! 2 campaign.
Note that this trophy can only be achieved in Overcooked! 2 campaign missions and Versus/Co-op arcade levels from Overcooked! 2. This is because you need to be able to throw, which is an Overcooked! 2 exclusive mechanic. With an item in hand, hold to aim and then release to throw.
Throw 5 tomatoes from one chef to another to unlock the Food Critic trophy. Note that the tomato must hit the other chef. If they catch the tomato, it doesn’t count.
After you’ve hit another chef with tomatoes 5 times, the Food Critic trophy will unlock.
Back in my day…
Attempt to throw something in Overcooked!
In Overcooked! 2 and the DLC (known as Extra Trimmings in this version of the game), you can throw any held item by pressing . This cannot be done in Overcooked! but if you try to, you will unlock the Back in my day… trophy.
Simply put, press while holding any item in the first overcooked and the trophy will unlock! There’s a chance you’ll do this naturally in your haste when trying to quickly chop food items.
Can You Pet The Dog?
Pet Kevin in Overcooked!
In Overcooked!, during any scene with the Onion King in which you can move around, approach Kevin the dog and press to pet him. This will immediately unlock the Can You Pet The Dog? achievement.
The first opportunity to do this in Overcooked! is immediately after completing the tutorial. Feel free to just start a new Overcooked! save and play through the tutorial quickly to get at Kevin easily.
You can also just drive the van up to “Intro Onion House” (or any similar location on the map with a home icon) at any time to pet Kevin.
Can You Still Pet The Dog?
Pet Kevin in Overcooked! 2
Just as in Overcooked! (Can You Pet The Dog?), in Overcooked! 2 you will get many opportunities to pet Kevin after various cutscenes. You can also just go to the Throne Room at any time from the map and then approach Kevin curled up in his chair left of the throne.
Get close to Kevin and press when the prompt appears above his head to pet him and immediately unlock Can You Still Pet The Dog?
Complete all Trophies
Once you have acquired every other trophy in this Overcooked! All You Can Eat Trophy Guide, the “Legendary Chef” platinum trophy will unlock.
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