Alton Towers Rollercoaster Restauraunt: News roundup

The 13 table restaurant is set to open on Friday 13 May.

Situated in the current retail unit above Air’s station, the ‘Rollercoaster Restaurant’ will allow guests to have their food delivered on a series of different tracks.

The brand new restaurant will be the first of its kind in the UK, and the second to be located in a theme park in Europe.

The combined track layouts will feature two vertical loops, as well as 8 metre spiral drops onto the tables.

With around 150 guests able to dine in the restaurant at once, the resort have already launched their online reservation system.

Ellie Jones, Business Development Manager foe the resort, told bbpmedia: “Here at Alton Towers Resort we strive to put a twist on things, to take something normal, and make it unique and exciting”.

We’re really turning the dining experience on its head with the new Rollercoaster Restaurant – quite literally – and we are delighted to be able to offer companies holding a corporate event at the Resort a truly memorable time which cannot be found anywhere else”.

Companies will able to exclusively hire the venue for dining from Monday 13 June.

The restaurant will open daily from 10am – 10pm, with the lunch menu being served until 4pm. The dinner menu commences at 5:30pm, extending into the night beyond park close.

GALLERY: A sneak peek at the offerings on the sample menu:

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Hotel guests will be able to access the restaurant via a walkway from the hotels, as shown by the 2016 resort accommodation brochure. However it is unknown if the actual route will be the current Woodland Walk, situated behind the Alton Towers Hotel, or via the pathway next the monorail track that is used as a theme par exit during the annual Fireworks event.


The resort have made numerous claims that the restaurant will be a premium dining plan, however prices are yet to be unveiled.

WATCH: Get a glimpse of how Alton Towers latest dining venture will appear to guests: