To start this OSRS gold mini-game, you need to have a white blouse and a Chef hat on. Then, you have to talk to the Head Chef and he'll take you to the fourth ground. He'll tell you that you need to select the equipment on the table and wait for people to order. When they order, you must create their meals before they get mad and leave. Some customers will get more angry at a quicker rate. The more clients you serve, the more experience reward you will receive. Here is a graph that will show you the different clients and the problem level.
If all clients are served, should be thirty in complete, you may receive fifteen million experience. Just take the amount of clients you functioned split it by 2 then multiply by 1000. Next is the Ranging Guild. This isn't a very fun Guild at all. I believe the only thing you can do here is to play with a mini-game where you shoot a target for some tickets which may be used to purchase things which you can buy in the Varrock Ranging Store.
There are some shops where you could buy some basic range gear, but just about everything there can be bought in Varrock. This doesn't look to be a very good place whatsoever if your attempting to train range. It just seems like a basic yard with some goals to shoot. Nothing like a Guild.
HOW TO IMPROVE: Now let's turn this junk yard into a theme park! To begin with, the place ought to be a bit expanded. It's a really cramped place with a few spear fences to safeguard it. Also, the mini-game should be improved. The mini-game provides a benefit of Ranging Tickets that can be used to purchase very small and non-rewarding stuff. Much like the Warrior's Guild, I really like the idea of how you buy OSRS GP can earn tokens from several mini-games and utilize the tokens to attempt to find a Defender. If those Ranging Tickets can be used to enter one of four regions.