News 17 October 2016
Author: Marisa Lee

England’s first rollercoaster restaurant is here – and it’s sick!

Author Marisa Lee
17 October 2016

Alton Towers has opened a new restaurant in which your food arrives at your table via a mad mini-rollercoaster. The restaurant is the UK’s first of the kind, and intertwines a sushi conveyor belt with a rollercoaster to bring us a mini rollercoaster including two loop-the-loops to bring your food to your table.

Orders are ordered via iPad and then put at the top of the ride by the chefs before they travel a massive 400m around the restaurant. The dishes themselves have been thoroughly tested in order to ensure they can handle the force of the ride.

Alton Towers’ spokesperson said, “The intricate network of loops and spiralling tracks is an incredible spectacle and we feel that the new restaurant is an attraction in itself.

“Each diner will enjoy a full 360 dining experience at one of the 13 tables and will get to select from the brand new menu of family favourites – including the Big Bowl of Lemon Meringue Mess! We’re looking forward to welcoming guests in 2016 and we believe that the new restaurant will be a top attraction for both theme park guests and those staying with us as part of a short break.”

For more info or to book a table, visit the Alton Towers website.