We were kindly gifted a meal & 1 drink each by the fab PR team. However all our this blog is our own honest opinions & thoughts. We hope you guys enjoy and here’s some brief information in regards to the current new menu & restaurant below.
Get together with family, friends and colleagues for a unique dining experience. Underneath a vast rollercoaster track on which your food will be delivered by. During the evening no ticket is required to gain access to the restaurant. However it’s open to general public during the day who have a park ticket/merlin annual pass.
Battle of the Burgers:
So the current menu which is available up until the 7th September, so don’t miss out! This menu is based around 7 different rides. All of which are different and include different food items. We’ve happened to notice that there’s a few new cocktails & mocktails available to order as well.
Review / Our Experience:
Yesterday we headed to the restaurant to try a new item of the menu with a drink included. We both went for the Wickerman stack which is VERY spicy. If your somebody who isn’t keen on spicy foods there’s plenty other options available to choose from. Admittedly Ant was torn between Wickerman Stack and Nemesis Burger.
It’s really simple to order via the iPad. If your like us and fussy eaters you can remove anything from your food. I personally removed a few things from the Wickerman stack and the order was 100% correct which is fab. If you didn’t know this item of the menu is several types of chicken stacked together with hot sauce over the top & chips. As for portion size it’s exactly what you see it’s no smaller then the displayed image on the iPad.
For drinks we ordered two of the newer available cocktails/ mocktails. I ordered “The Beast” which is Jäger, Archers Peach Schnapps with Cranberry. Honestly it was very delicious but if your not keen on the cranberry taste then maybe try another cocktail. We have previously tried the Wickerman cocktail elsewhere on park and that’s beautiful and perfect second option. Ant was of course driving so he ordered the “Baby Wickerman” mocktail and I tasted a bit, truthfully it was lovely and very refreshing.
After browsing through the desert options we couldn’t resist ordering the Salted Caramel brownie. I’m definitely one to usually steer away from brownies but it was the best tasting dessert we’ve tried. Again portion sizes are perfect there wasn’t too much or too little. Pricing is very reasonable at £6.50 each.
Overall quality, portion size and taste compared to prices we feel are really fair, especially given the unique experience. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful, they would help with any concerns in a lovely manner. Merlin annual pass holders receive the usual 20% discount, therefore, makes it a whole lot more affordable. If your not a big eater or on a budget 100% recommend checking the children’s menu out as their portions are really fab for the price.
We’d highly recommend checking this fab menu out and restaurant overall as it’s a lovely experience.
Have you visited the Rollercoaster Restaurant? If so we’d love to know your opinions.
Thank you for reading…
DISCLAIMER: We were gifted our main meal and drinks by the incredible PR team. However, all of this blog is our own opinions and in no way is influenced by anyone else.