The fast food does not get any faster than this! The British theme park Alton Towers has opened a new fast food joint named the ‘Rollercoaster Restaurant’. The unique feature of this food place is the thrilling tiny rollercoasters that deliver the food to the diners.
The idea is an attempt of the theme park to lure back the crowds following the hazardous crash of the roller coaster named “The Smiler” last year, resulting in five critically injured riders. The new eatery perfectly sits in with the thrilling and adventurous theme of the park.
On entering the Rollercoaster Restaurant, an employee will guides you to your table and explains the order placement via a tablet. Subsequently, your order is delivered via the 26-feet long rollercoasters including two loop-a-loops. Each rollercoaster ride is shared among three tables.
Once the dish reaches down, it is delivered to an enormous lazy suzan. The order flag displays the table number, and lazy suzan can thus be rotated towards the right table.
To avoid any disaster, the food is sent down in closed boxes while the juices are delivered in the bottles. The hot drinks, including coffee, are delivered by hand.
The only downside to this while electrifying eating experience is the food continuously cruising along the rollercoaster rides which could be distracting as well. However, the overall idea is stimulating, and the experience itself is utterly gripping.
The Rollercoaster Restaurant serves its Alton Towers patrons from 11 am to 5 pm while the general public can enjoy a stirring dinner between 6 pm to 10 pm. The Rollercoaster Restaurant has been operational since May 13th.