The structure of this slot is 5 x 3 reels and 20 paylines; the number of bet levels available is somewhat limited and increments between them somewhat aggressive from my point of view as it quickly takes us from the lowest level to the higher one with very few intermediate levels that allow us to better manage our money as well: $0.20, $0.40, $1, $2, $4, $8, $12, $16 and $20.
As for the special features, PAF has equipped this slot with a bonus round where you must match three ingredients hidden inside the pantry’s drawers in order to get a small prize and you can also find one free spin in one of them. There is also another feature called “My Hot Pot” which is a kind of cash back where you accumulate 5.12% of your lost bets during all dead spins and then you will have the chance to recover them, even with some profit, every time you decide to help some chef’s coworkers when they ask a favor of you.
The last and most fruitful feature in my opinion, is the wild symbol that expands across the reel every time it makes an appearance, which is particularly useful mainly when it helps to form some lines with the highest paid symbols of the game, because it is necessary to clarify that gaps between prices of high and low symbols are incredibly abysmal, and as you might imagine, the appearance of lowest priced symbols prevails over the others.
Although the design of this slot is quite attractive, I have to confess that I could not feel really comfortable with its game system; from drastic bet levels to disappointing rewards received both during bonus rounds and during the base game with few exceptions where the wild symbol had some relatively important participation. I like to play at PAF casino but this game is definitely not on my menu.