Alton Towers to open Rollercoaster Restaurant for corporate dining

Alton Towers is to launch its 'fast food' dining concept Rollercoaster Restaurant in June, exclusively for corporate hire.

Alton Towers to open Rollercoaster Restaurant
Alton Towers to open Rollercoaster Restaurant

The new restaurant will be set beneath a vast rollercoaster track and will see dishes travel along more than 400m of spiraling steel track before being delivered to the table.

Diners will watch their food tackle two loop-the-loops before dropping 8m down a tornado spiral track to their table. Each plate will travel an average of 173 miles each week, with every dish going through rigorous testing to ensure the food can withstand the extreme force.

The restaurant will be available to hire exclusively for up to 150 delegates from 13 June 2016.

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