0 ^p"� The Windmill restaurant, where you can have breakfast, lunch and dinner, was also of a really high standard, with healthy options amongst the normal fare. Excellent for the current climate of social distancing as well! endstream endobj startxref We had a great meal at the rollercoaster menu. The restaurant was jam packed and it definitely wasn't Covid secure. Entry to the theme park is not required in the evening to dine in the restaurant. 74% Drinks were very expensive £2.50 for a kids juice!! For dessert, The Rollercoaster Restaurant Alton Towers Resort offers up a selection of indulgent sweet treats to complement any meal. Staff were friendly and explained how the ordering process worked. Would recommend, if you can get a table! ATROL Registered Number: 06127441. The Windmill Restaurant – Grown Up Guests Once upon a dinner time… dressing. Not just covid. Please note that during Covid-19, they will be implementing social distancing and will be opening on a reduced menu. The Rollercoaster Restaurant is a unique blend of dining and theatrics, with Stoke-on-Trent sitting a 30-minute drive away. I think you pay more just for gimmick of the food coming down the rails, wouldn’t bother to be honest. global.mras-covers For 1 For 2 For 3 For 4 For 5 For 6 For 7 For 8 For 9 For 10 For 11 For 12 Alton Towers Restaurants global.mras-covers For 1 For 2 For 3 For 4 For 5 For 6 For 7 For 8 For 9 For 10 For 11 For 12 We had a great meal at the rollercoaster menu. I think the cleanliness of the toilets and the door leading from the dining room to the bathrooms needs stepping up. You have a waiter/ress take you to your table and unless you need help or the odd item that doesn't come down the tracks, you don't need to interact with anyone until you leave. First time dining here & won't be the last! What a unique experience! Entry to the theme park is not required in the evening to dine in the restaurant. The Windmill Restaurant is located on the ground floor of the CBeebies Land Hotel, through the Musical Meadow. Special mention to chloe and dad for amazing service. We had a great meal at the rollercoaster menu. Nice but the new limited menu is very poor, sadly. %%EOF A great selection of hearty grill recipes and international twists can be found on The Rollercoaster Restaurant menu. Could see it being somewhat ch... A truly unique dining experience at Alton Towers Resort, The Rollercoaster Restaurant is set underneath a vast rollercoaster track that carries meals to the table via gravity-defying loop-the-loops and spiral drops. The food arrived hot and tasty on the rollercoaster. Also available are special kids' menus, offering smaller portions of the adult mains, along with their own dedicated recipes. ?�3�0�1GÓ{ !�Mӎ�|���� � a e`^� H��8X�&P�����JF�5���j�?f�B Will go back again for sure. Please note, we cannot sit tables larger than a 6 in the restaurant. Choose from a range of delicious dishes, such as our fish finger dog, healthy pastas or a classic burger. A fun experience, definitely recommend. A truly unique dining experience at Alton Towers Resort, The Rollercoaster Restaurant is set underneath a vast rollercoaster track that carries meals to the table via gravity-defying loop-the-loops and spiral drops. Kids really enjoyed the experience, ordering the food on the IPad, watching the food be delivered & collecting the food. Really good fun place to go with kids. Could see it being somewhat chaotic when at full capacity though. For dessert, The Rollercoaster Restaurant Alton Towers Resort offers up a selection of indulgent sweet treats to complement any meal. �FJ$��)a��(ha�u����|}W,*��.��E��X t6.jə�2���0:�,�h����)�d��$����������}9���|��培��i�;�����-�L�"�t=���q�|^ޝ/慐�UU�l���H]y)��Z���f�D��;,���2������\. Alton Towers Resort - The Rollercoaster Restaurant, Alton Towers Resort, Stoke-on-Trent, West Midlands, ST10 4DB, Alton Towers Resort - CBeebies Land Hotel - The Windmill Restaurant. An easy system to order food and prompt delivery of food. What a unique experience! I think you pay more just for gimmick of the food coming down the rails, wouldn’t bother to be honest. of diners recommend this restaurant. My children really enjoyed this. endstream endobj 267 0 obj <>/Metadata 27 0 R/Outlines 40 0 R/Pages 264 0 R/StructTreeRoot 45 0 R/Type/Catalog>> endobj 268 0 obj <>>>/Rotate 0/StructParents 0/Tabs/S/Type/Page>> endobj 269 0 obj <>stream An excellent restaurant and, with the tablet ordering system, made to feel even safer during the pandemic. A great selection of hearty grill recipes and international twists can be found on The Rollercoaster Restaurant menu. An easy system to order food and prompt delivery of food. The little ones love our fish finger dog, burgers and healthy pasta dishes – and they can even meet some veggies in our crudité’s selection. First time dining here & won't be the last! The adults chicken meal was too dry . There is also a variety of vegetarian dishes, from a roasted summer vegetable carbonara to a slow-roasted beetroot, mixed pepper & sun-dried tomato salad. The Rollercoaster Restaurant is a unique blend of dining and theatrics, with Stoke-on-Trent sitting a … Great service lovely food would be better if there was more choice on the menu though. Expensive for just normal food, nothing special. 290 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[]/Index[266 39]/Info 265 0 R/Length 122/Prev 250689/Root 267 0 R/Size 305/Type/XRef/W[1 3 1]>>stream � ։10��� DB`���^ �,@)��d�/��� We booked to dine here twice but didn’t go the second time. Their was a constant flow of people passing our table as it wasn't table service which I was really surprised at as I really thought they would have got rid of the buffet for now with all the mad restrictions going on, the buffet was served to you by a member of staff but it just didn't work in such a small restaurant, I frankly couldn't wait to get out of there as it really didn't feel safe being so close to that many people at this current time, the only positives I would say is the staff were efficient and really friendly and the food was as good as always. The food itself was ok not really worth the cost but I suppose in places like this you pay for location and gimmick as much as the food itself. An excellent restaurant and, with the tablet ordering system, made to feel even safer during the pandemic. Please note that during Covid-19, they will be implementing social distancing and will be opening on a reduced menu. The idea is different and very enjoyable with how the food arrives. Also available are special kids' menus, offering smaller portions of the adult mains, along with their own dedicated recipes. The chips are meant to be extra crunchy, they were soft on the outside and because they were so think they were not done right and very dry inside. There are meals based on rollercoasters past and present, as well as a selection of grill and hearty favourites. 412m (0) © 2020 Bookatable. 0 The Crooked Spoon is a quirky little restaurant set in the heart of the Enchanted Village within the grounds of the Alton Towers Resort. Offering a family friendly-setting for breakfast, lunch and dinner, there is a great selection of family favourites and unusual offerings on the menu, while the high ceilings and wooden beams give the restaurant a delightful rural feel. Grilled Food Allergies and Intolerances – please speak to a member of our staff about ingredients in your meal before ordering. Really good fun place to go with kids. This was a disaster as I booked for 6 people and was told the booking they received had us down for only 2 people, so we didn’t get to eat there and had to find somewhere else. Dinner is served between 4.30pm and 8.30pm, earlier than Expensive for just normal food, nothing special. A fun experience, definitely recommend. All the food was good, dinner & desserts. Special mention to chloe and dad for amazing service. Dishes displayed on a la carte menus are representative of the type of food available at the restaurant. My children really enjoyed this. Alle rechten voorbehouden. The idea is different and very enjoyable with how the food arrives. Presentation was non existent also. I received a bowl which contained 3 tiny teaspoon size scoops of ice cream one evening which was covered in ice particles, hardly worth the £6 I was charged. I was worried that the restaurant wouldn't be able to cope with the volume of people in such a small space as it is normally rammed when we eat breakfast here and I'm afraid to say I was correct.