Flo’s back in the biggest Diner Dash game ever—the latest and greatest in the world’s #1 hit time management series!

Roll up your sleeves for the breakfast, lunch, and dinner shifts, because Flo needs your help. With speedy service, please customers and earn big tips to keep the town’s diners in business and fend off Mr. Big’s brigade of Eat-Mor fast food restaurants!

Strategically seat, serve, and satisfy hungry customers to earn tips and big rewards! Cater to each customer’s unique demands while overcoming new challenges from VIPs and troublemakers alike!

Play 150+ levels across four unique venues with more levels, restaurants and characters to come!

Keep tabs on over 20 customers with distinctive personalities and demands like the coffee addict, Shakes McGee, or the nefarious cheapskate, Skip. Pay special attention to VIP characters to earn rare rewards!

Upgrade your restaurant with helpers like Moppo or use valuable boosts to amp up your speed and abilities!

Connect with your friends to help each other succeed by sending gifts or compare progress to see who’s ahead!

Want more from PlayFirst? Try our other fun games including Cooking Dash, Wedding Dash, and Hotel Dash. You’re guaranteed to see familiar faces that you know and love!


Twitter: @dinerdash



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What's New

Version 1.13

Bug fixes and other improvements to game performance

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
8.7K Ratings
8.7K Ratings

Needs a lot of upgrades don’t get this game

Ok so first of all you only get 3 energy, so when you run out you have to wait 20 to 30 minutes before it’s filled up again. Second of all that guy that cries when you quit a level is so dang annoying. Third of all why are the upgrades so expensive, well you have like $8 after like 13 levels and the freakin upgrades are like 44 and up. Fourth of all the levels get so hard to the point you NEED upgrades like need them but you only have $8 and the upgrades are 44 and up so what the heck. Fifth of all you need to pay real money for the energy and for fake money. I almost did it before I thought why the heck would I pay real money for fake money just for a game. So don’t waist your time on this game if they upgrade it I will change it to a five star and write what I think about it. So do not I mean Don’t waist your time and if you do you will see what I mean and also do not waist your money on upgrades come on people your not doing anything for you that’s just what the people that made this game want you to think they just care for about money don’t fall for it trust me you will regret it. And all the time you waist even playing one level is a waist of time I mean all the people that waited it five star was 2 years ago and the knew upgrades or they should be called downgrades are what I’m talking about if you really want to do what’s best for you then just don’t download or play this game.


Where To Begin

First of all, having only 3 energies to use is absolutely ridiculous. Especially when you realize that the wait time for another energy is 30 minutes. You barely get to play any levels and you're already stuck having to play a waiting game. Second of all, only being able to pay for powerups with cash rather than coins is unfair. You rarely ever get cash so when you finally save up, it's gone after one purchase. Especially because most of the furniture and things you need to upgrade your diner require a payment of cash rather than coins. But the worst part of this game is the fact that the levels get sooooo hard that they're almost impossible to beat in 1 try. Therefore you're stuck using your 3 energies on one single level, with the possibility that you might not even beat it. I found the levels so hard that I don't believe this game would be suitable for a young child, let alone someone my age (I'm in my 20's). I found myself being so frustrated with how hard the levels were that I would rage quit. Yeah, Diner Dash actually got me to rage quit. How sad is that. I used to play this game on my flip phone when I was in junior high and I can honestly say it was fun and relaxing then. Now, the game makes me feel like I'm actually dealing with customers who have enough patience to last about 2 seconds of wait time. This app is not worth it. You will just get stressed out. I'd rate it a 0 if I could.


Change isn't always good

Diner Dash used to be a great game where players like me could test their reflexes and coordination. Now, it's a game of transactions and patience. Now, I have to wait to save up "energy," or I can conveniently pay real money for in game energy. The game offers awfully fancy appliances to buy with coins or dinero. When I first saw them, I thought they were odd and that, as a fan of the DD games, I want going to need them; however, the game gets so hard at times, thrusting new types of customers with unknown levels of patience. This wouldn't be a problem, normally. I've played games before. I've spent hours and hours replaying the same levels to beat them before. The problem here is that when the game runs on "energy," that means that I have to wait the 20+ minutes for the "energy" to return. Not only does that throw off my rhythm, not only is the a possibility I'll have moved on to something else, but there's hardly an opportunity to save up "energy." It's not like I can not play the game for three days straight and save up 216 "energies" or something.

This doesn't feel like a game; it feels like a chore, and I refuse to let a "game" dictate when I get to play when I can simply download real game that doesn't ever tell me I don't have enough time saved up. But I'd like to sarcastically thank the developers and the publisher for ruining this IP. You all must be swimming in the money now.


Glu Games Inc
112.2 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Copyright (c) 2014 PlayFirst, Inc. All Rights Reserved
In-App Purchases
  1. Handful of Dinero $0.99
  2. Stack of Dinero $4.99
  3. Bucket of Dinero $9.99


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