The world's largest roller coaster-inspired restaurant has opened in Abu Dhabi's biggest shopping center, where patrons watch their food zip along a network of roller coaster tracks that wind throughout the restaurant and around diners before arriving table-side.
Rogo's Roller Coaster Restaurant opened recently at the Yas Mall on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, a high-tech, server-less eatery that serves burgers and cheesecakes through a system of roller coaster loops and spirals for a novel way of dining.
The restaurant spans two floors and seats 360 diners. The roller coaster food delivery system is made up of two transport conveyor belts, three lift systems, a double loop, parallel double loop, and a spiraling, 12-meter-high 'tornado.'
In place of servers, diners also place their orders via tablets.
The menu is a mix of American, European and Asian dishes, and foods like burgers, apple cheesecake and date pudding with salted caramel ice cream are served in individual covered pots to add another layer of 'surprise' to the dining experience, reports Emirates247.com.
The roller coaster restaurant concept already exists in cities like Nuremberg, Hamburg, Dresden, Sochi, Kuwait and at the German theme park Europa Park, but the Abu Dhabi location, which opened late last month, is now the largest.