Everything goes well at Nancy and Bree’s new cafe until Grace, the food critic, shows up.
Claire is about to start a business of homemade raspberry jam to sell it at the farmers' market, so Doug wants to celebrate having dinner at a five-stars restaurant. Nancy, hearing this, asks her dad if five stars is a lot, and he, excited, tells her that it is the most you can get.
Nancy and Bree, hearing that, start to imagine how fancy would be to own a fancy restaurant, so they open "Le Cafe Parfait," being Marabelle and Chiffon their first costumers, and Rhonda, Wanda, and Lionel, their first "real" costumers.
Everything is going well until Grace shows up and claims to be a food critic, asking for a special treatment to give the restaurant a good review in her newspaper "The Cul-De-Sac Chronicle," so Nancy and Bree sing to Grace about all the good things their restaurant has.
Then, after preparing complicated meals, giving the special treatment Grace asked for; Nancy and Bree realize they are not having fun since Grace showed up, so they decide to stop, upsetting Grace, who decides to go.
Finally, since Doug was not able to find a table at a fancy restaurant, Nancy and Bree offer themselves to serve them at "Le Cafe Parfait," and this episode comes to its end.
In order of appearance:
- Claire Clancy
- JoJo Clancy
- Doug Clancy
- Male Patron (first appearance)
- Female Patron (first appearance)
- Restaurant Critic (first appearance)
- Clancys' House (indoors and backyard)
- Le Café Parfait (Clancys' House backyard)
- Nancy's Imagination
- Le Café Parfait
- Mia Sinclair Jenness as Nancy Clancy
- Dana Heath as Bree James
- Hannah Nordberg as Grace
- Alyson Hannigan as Claire Clancy (Mom)
- Spencer Moss as JoJo Clancy
- Rob Riggle as Doug Clancy (Dad)
- Sam Riegel as Male Patron
- Sarah Margaret Mitchell as Female Patron and Restaurant Critic
- Malachi Barton as Lionel
- Ruby Jay as Rhonda and Wanda
- The Homemade Eiffel Tower appears for the second time since its creation in "Nancy Versus Dudley."
- Nancy imagines herself being the chef and owner of the first restaurant that got a review of more than five stars.
- Nancy and Bree sing to Grace about all the good things their restaurant has -They imagine it as a very fancy place located near to the Eiffel Tower.
- Crudités, that's French for "raw veggies."
- Fromage is French for "cheese."
- Bon Appétit! That's French for "enjoy your meal."
- Food critic, that's fancy for "someone who tells everyone whether a restaurant is good or not."