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Grub Crawl

Join a star chef as he searches restaurants, kitchens and markets around the globe for hidden objects and culinary secrets.



Search for hidden objects in kitchens, restaurants, markets and more.


Use speed and precision to get the best score.


Need a hand? Use hints and power-ups to reveal any tricky objects.


Each episode of Grub Crawl highlights a different country and cuisine.

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Join Bob E. Fillet on a culinary adventure to search out delicious new eats, finding hidden objects along the way.

In each scene, you must find 12 hidden objects. Look for the Chef’s Knife and Salt Shaker in every scene to score some bonus points.

Finding objects in quick succession gives you a Combo Bonus. If you keep finding objects before the Combo Meter decreases, your Combo Bonus goes up. It pays to scout out objects ahead of time.

Each episode of Grub Crawl takes Chef Bob to a new country. Explore Japan, Thailand, India and more. You can return to replay your favorite scenes as often as you want, getting a new randomized list of objects to find each time you play.

Need a little help? Grub Crawl has several power-ups you can buy to give yourself an edge.
  • Combo Plus – Slow down the rate of the combo timer countdown.
  • Reveal It – Reveals the location of a random object from the object list.
  • Locate– Locates any object you select from an object list.

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Keep a cool head in the kitchen with these helpful tips!

  • Club Pogo Exclusive: Use Full Screen Mode to get a better view of the objects and surroundings.
  • Scan the scene for multiple objects from your list, then find them in quick succession to get a Combo Bonus.
  • You don’t have to find the objects in the order listed.
  • The faster you find all the objects, the more points you earn.
  • It pays to be accurate. Avoid randomly clicking and aim for precision.
  • Keep an eye out for special objects in each scene that will earn you even more bonus points.

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Grub Crawl Forum: Latest Posts

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Grub Crawl • Re: Enlarge game play option on hidden object games new to Pogo

By dottynron » June 18th, 2018, 5:54 pm

Don't you have a magnifier on your computer....I use mine for all games.

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Grub Crawl • Re: Enlarge game play option on hidden object games new to Pogo

By Mod_Jada » April 25th, 2018, 11:40 pm

You can enlarge the screen on all the games except Find O Vision.

The article linked below will show you how to enlarge the screen:

How To Play H5 Games In Full Screen Mode

Also know that Full Screen Mode for most of the games is a "Club Member Only" feature.

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Grub Crawl • Enlarge game play option on hidden object games new to Pogo

By ol1bubba » April 25th, 2018, 10:39 pm

Would like to have the enlarge button on games like Grub Crawl, Find-O-Vision, Story Quest and Vanishing Trails,

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Grub Crawl • Re: some items misnamed

By Mod_Kyra » April 1st, 2018, 3:05 pm

Since Pogo is an international site, I recommend considering it extending a hand of friendship and a chance to learn about other cultures.

And now that you know, it should be easy to find them.

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Grub Crawl • Re: some items misnamed

By allyssanme » April 1st, 2018, 12:43 pm

Mod_Skratty wrote:Actually, in England cookies are called biscuits; the one in this game is a typical digestive biscuit. And there are all types of sushi - the one in the game appears to be salmon nigiri. I haven't come across the notebook that's a clipboard so I can't answer for that, but the food things are pretty on-point.
Thanks for the explanation. But, I still feel, not being a Brit, that the terms and pics used don't match. In America, a biscuit is not a flat item. It's a baking powder/baking soda raised up bread item, similar to an unsweetened scone without fruit added, served with butter melted on it, or in a breakfast sandwich with egg/cheese/meat, or with chunks of cooked chicken in gravy. Yes, the toaster streudels are quite yummy, and one doesn't always have to use the sweet icing included to enjoy them. They are a convenience food for those on the go at breakfast time, typically for students and/or people who actually have jobs. They are much healthier and tastier than poptarts because there is more fruit inside, depending on the type one buys. If the game uses items that are not universally identifiable as they are described, then should they even be used? I wonder, is America the only place that doesn't call a cookie a biscuit, or is it only called such in UK/Brit owned or prior owned location? Now, I gotta go research that... Thanks, lol.

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Grub Crawl • Re: salt & knife

By tabbycat333333 » March 31st, 2018, 9:52 pm

Where the salt shaker and knife are in each scene of the Free game only.

Scene #1
Salt shaker is lying behind a light colored bowl on the far side of the table.(or top of your screen)
Find the pineapple on the floor or lemon on the table to find this bowl.
Knife is on the floor, near the far end of the table, left hand side. Knife is in front of the napkin on the floor.

Scene #2 Find the difference. I don't think there is any salt shaker or knive to find.

Scene # 3
Salt Shaker is really a tea ball. It's on the end of the table closest to you or on the left end of the table.
Sitting between the champagne and silver coffee\tea pot.
Knife is mid way on the table in front of a sugar bowl and both are right next to the lobster.

Scene # 4 (final scene)
Salt Shaker sitting in the middle of the page near the bottom. It's on the foot pedal of the bike closest to the right.
Knife can be found sitting on the bike seat or along the bike seat on the salt shaker's bike.

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Grub Crawl • Re: some items misnamed

By Sarverkk » March 31st, 2018, 5:21 pm

Mod_Kyra wrote:<shudder>
Looks like a bit better than Poptarts...but if I'm going to spend the calories on a treat, I'll go for the real deal lol
They're actually pretty yummy!! I recommend the Strawberry and cream cheese filled. They call it "streudel" probably because when you frost it you can make it resemble one. lolol But I guarantee they are NOT like cardboard pop tarts!

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Grub Crawl • Re: some items misnamed

By Mod_Skratty » March 31st, 2018, 2:46 pm

C'mon Kyra - they're now available with MORE frosting! Because...well, frosting. Because most American breakfasts lack the daily recommended amount of frosting.

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Grub Crawl • Re: some items misnamed

By Mod_Kyra » March 31st, 2018, 2:29 pm

<shudder>
Looks like a bit better than Poptarts...but if I'm going to spend the calories on a treat, I'll go for the real deal lol

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Grub Crawl • Re: some items misnamed

By Mod_Skratty » March 31st, 2018, 2:26 pm

Toaster Strudels are the city mouse version of Pop Tarts. If Pillsbury can squeeze it into a toaster, they're going to put it in a box and into your freezer.

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Grub Crawl • Re: some items misnamed

By Mod_Kyra » March 31st, 2018, 1:57 pm

I actually have a notebook with a clipboard front. Pretty handy when you're writing and walking around at the same time.
I don't remember where I found it. One of those random endcap deals at some big box store.

But what's a toaster strudel? Poptarts, I'm familiar with. Those cardboard tasting things with the rock hard frosting and fake fruit inside that you warm up in a toaster. But strudels are fluffy, real fruit filled layers of deliciousness. Wouldn't they fall apart in a toaster? Or get stuck?

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Grub Crawl • Re: some items misnamed

By Mod_Skratty » March 31st, 2018, 1:21 pm

Actually, in England cookies are called biscuits; the one in this game is a typical digestive biscuit. And there are all types of sushi - the one in the game appears to be salmon nigiri. I haven't come across the notebook that's a clipboard so I can't answer for that, but the food things are pretty on-point.

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Grub Crawl • some items misnamed

By allyssanme » March 31st, 2018, 12:23 pm

Has anyone ever heard of a biscuit being flat like a poptart or toaster streudel? How about notebook thats actually a clipboard? Every sushi I've ever seen has been a rolled up seawood wrapped rice and fish thing, not here...its just raw salmon appearing stuff? Clearly, I'm not a fan of this HOG.

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Grub Crawl • Re: Too small

By Mod_Jada » March 27th, 2018, 7:23 pm

hyprtnr wrote:The objects themselves are way too small

Did you miss my post up above? Here it is:

Visual updates are being worked on to make the graphics more pleasing to the eye.

You can read the above statement in Pogo_ Llama's latest blog post.

Blog Post # 67

Scroll down to "Known Issues" in the article linked above.

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Grub Crawl • Re: Too small

By hyprtnr » March 27th, 2018, 6:15 pm

The objects themselves are way too small

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