The Sims 4: Dine Out – How To Complete The Experimental Food Photos Collection

If your Sims crave a break from the mundane grilled cheese dinners and aspire for culinary excellence, The Sims 4: Dine Out is the game pack to explore. This pack not only allows you to dine at upscale restaurants but also empowers you to build and manage your own culinary establishments, turning them into five-star dining experiences. Aspiring food critics and experimental cuisine enthusiasts, in particular, will find delight in the new experimental dishes, each contributing to a captivating Household Collection of photos. This guide will walk you through obtaining the Experimental Food Photos Collection with ease.

How To Get Experimental Food Photos

To acquire photos for the Experimental Food Photos Collection, follow these steps:

  1. Visit a Restaurant:
  • Head to a restaurant and order experimental dishes. Chez Llama, a Maxis lot, serves all the required experimental dishes for the collection. You can find it in the gallery and place it anywhere with sufficient space.
  • Alternatively, build your own restaurant and set the menu to experimental by editing it in Build Mode.
  1. Order Experimental Food:
  • Request a table at the restaurant and choose “Order for Table.”
  • From the menu, select one of the experimental dishes.
  • Note: You cannot order an appetizer, main course, and dessert in a single order. Place an order, finish it, and then repeat the process.
  1. Take Photos:
  • Once the food arrives, click on the table, and select “Take Photo of Experimental Food” to add the picture to your inventory.

All Experimental Foods In Photo Collection

FoodPriceType of Dish
Honeyed World Fruit Charcuterie$13Appetizer
Glacier Infused Iceberg Lettuce$14Appetizer
Cured Meat Crisps on Reclaimed Forest Wood$17Appetizer
Spehrized Fruit Gel in Foam Nest$23Appetizer
Savory Bacon Love Petals$24Appetizer
Artisan Fish Trio$15Main Course
Semi-Firm Beet Noodles$16Main Course
Sizzled Brisket over Sour Clover Salad$16Main Course
Glazed Heirloom Bamboo Roll$17Main Course
Tiger Shrimp in Smoked Dewdrop Broth$20Main Course
Cubed Ahi with Veggie Wasabi Matrix$21Main Course
Free Range Sixam Pit Beast$21Main Course
Rustic Pâté Drizzled in Aged Jus$21Main Course
Honeycomb Garden Vegetable Cups$27Main Course
Volcano Pasta$28Main Course
Jungle Moss Egg with Lavender Wisps$29Main Course
Space Taco with Pearled Egg Core$30Main Course
Vertical Berry Cake$13Dessert
Vanilla Sea Shells with Chocolate Caviar$18Dessert
Crystallized Coco Blocks$23Dessert
  1. Sell or Decorate:
  • Sell the photos for $10 each after taking them to recover some Simoleons.
  • Decorate your lot with the photos, add frames, or engage in creative placement.

How To Check Progress Towards Experimental Food Photos Collection

To monitor your collection progress:

  1. Open your Sim’s inventory.
  2. Click the button with a diamond icon labeled “Household Collections.”
  3. Scroll down to locate the Experimental Food Photos Collection and track the number of photos taken.

Once you’ve snapped photos of all 20 dishes, revel in the completion of the Experimental Food Photos Collection, showcasing your Sims’ gastronomic adventures.

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