When you are making a layout for Restaurant City, you are going to want to make sure you follow a few guidelines and best practices. First, prevent your waiters from walking by keeping the tables and stove close together. The longer it takes them to get where they are going, the less happy the customer is, which increases the possibility they will give you a bad review.
Only add tables you can service – if you have a ton of tables and your waiters can’t service them, then you are going to have problems with popularity as well. Make sure you only have enough tables to keep your customers in-and-out, not sitting at the table waiting all day.
Place tables diagonally from your waiters. Waiters can serve all the spots around them, even if they only have a corner of it to touch. That means each waiter can service up to 8 locations standing in one spot, never moving – however, will only be able to do it for 7 spots because a stove is necessary to get the food from.
Keep away from the walls when you are putting your table and chairs – if you don’t have room for the customer to get in to the chair from behind, they won’t be able to get to it.