Eatventure Beginner Guide Wiki – Items & Vault, Cheats

Welcome to our Eatventure Beginner Guide Wiki, In this guide Wiki we will tell you about some tips and an investor guide. We have also mentioned a list of Items and some blueprint tips.

Eatventure is a restaurant tycoon game where you open a restaurant and automate your business and earn money. You can hire cooks & cashiers and maximise the income that you earn from selling food in the game. So come and take a look at this Guide for Eatventure.

Eatventure Beginner Guide Wiki & Cheats

After unlocking (Free) the Tip Jar in the Vault do customers begin to give a tip when you complete their

The size of the Tip is based on the prices of the items available, but not how much money you have or upgrades, unless they affect the prices and can be
seen on the stations:

If n is the number of the station and p is the price of the item of station n, then do you need to add all the
stations together with this formula

Value = p/n

So you get the full value of station 1, half of station 2, 1/3 of station 3 and so on.

So if I have 3 stations with the price (in order): of 111,

403 and 13800, then is the tip:

Tip= 111/1+ 403/2 + 13800/3 = 4912,5 (Ingame 4,92K)

DISCLAIMER: This might be a little off, but all my testing shows that this is very close to the number.


The investor shows up and gives money/gems for the price of an ad.

He is based on time and shows up the first time 1 minute after the first station/machine is unlocked.

He stays in the shop for 15 seconds before disappearing again or if you click him and either see the
ad or close the dialogue.

After he disappears, then does it then takes another minute for him to come back (time starts at the end of
the ad is viewed).

The value of the investment is, like the tip, based on the prices of the items available. I haven’t been able to
figure it out completely, but is around 20-21x the tip.

DISCLAIMER: Still need to see if the Gem investor does something different and is affected by a Suitcase
perk from the Vault.


When offline do you just need to calculate how much each station could gain if is just were cooking 1 item at a time all the time while offline and add those together and divide by 10. Add any Boost, All Profit to it and the Knife upgrade from Vault No other bonuses applies no matter how many customers, chefes, instant, perfect food and so on – make no difference in what I have found.

So if you have 2 stations (the data on the stations themselves) and these bonuses to Boost, All Profit and Knife from Vault

  • *Station 1 makes 1 lce Cream for 12 coins in 6 seconds
  • Station 2 makes 1 Coffee for 212 coins in 10 seconds
  • x2 permanent boost
  • I+350% All Profit
  • *\1+5 % Offline Earning from Knife in Vault

You are offline for 1 hour (3600 seconds):

  • Station 1 generates 12*(3600/6) = 7200 coins
  • Station 2 generates 212(3600/10) = 76.320 coins
  • *Station 1+2 7200+76.320 83.520 coins
  • Divide it by 10 83.520/10 8.352 coins

Then you need to add the bonuses:

  • Boost x2 = 8.352×2 = 16.704 coins
  • All Profit +350% = 16.704*(350/100+1) = 75.168 coins
  • Add the Knife modifier from vault = 75.168×5 375.840 coins

So in this scenario wll the offline income be 376K.

Eatventure Vault Guide

Tip jar – chance of customer tipping

Remote – ad boost is worth x times more

Pickaxe – higher chance to be offered gems by investor

Hourglass – offline earnings time is x longer

Register – customer orders (max is up to 6)x times faster

TV – ad duration is x times longer

Piggy – tips are worth x times more

Knife – offline earnings are x more

Mop – customers walk x times faster

Suitcase – investors offer x more cash

Check – starts restuarant with x more cash


Eatventure Item List Guide

  • Shark
  • Tank Top
  • Tool Belt
  • Tux
  • Brown Buckle Belt
  • Green Cap
  • Blue Beanie
  • Purple Cap
  • Red Cap
  • Blue Cap
  • Chef’s Hat
  • Black Chef’s Hat
  • Tall Hat
  • Tall Black Hat
  • Safety Hat
  • Cool Cap
  • Crown
  • Elder Beard
  • Fireman Hat
  • Red Glasses
  • Hood
  • Bowler Hat
  • Irish Hat
  • Mafia Hat
  • Torch Helmet
  • White Hat
  • Royal Crown
  • Sushi Hat
  • Sushi Master
  • Cone
  • Cat Head
  • Robot Head
  • Shark
  • Anchor
  • Broom
  • Cheese Grater
  • Chef’s Cleaver
  • Chopsticks
  • Cook Book
  • Scooper
  • Hammer
  • Ketchup
  • Chef’s Knife
  • Laser Gun
  • Spatula
  • Mixer
  • Mug
  • Pasta Spoon
  • Pepper Mill
  • Pickaxe
  • Pizza Cutter
  • Rolling Pin
  • Royal Sceptre
  • Ladle
  • Whisk
  • Wok
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Wrench


All blueprints require 2x Epic items and 3x Rare items of the same type. The Ultimate blueprints
also, require 1x Legendary item, so their crafting cost is both the Legendary and the Ultimate that
needs to be taken into account if you want to craft an Ultimate item.

So a Royal Robe requires a total of 4x Robe, 3x Tux and 3x White Apron and the Blueprints for both
Italian Chef and Royal Robe to craft.

That’s it for this Eatventure Beginner Guide Wiki – Items & Vault

Aaqib Javed

Aaqib is an Noob gamer who loves playing competitive games and RPGs. apart from gaming, he has also written over 500 guides for various gaming websites.

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