Rollercoaster eatery opens in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi has become the home of the world’s largest rollercoaster restaurant, which delivers food to customers through a unique system of spirals, twists and loops.

You won’t be able to find anything like it in any kitchen showroom that Chester has to offer, but then again it is a unique concept. The rollercoaster restaurant, ROGO, is located in a luxury Abu Dhabi shopping centre. It consists of thirty individual tracks, which are used to carry food and drink orders to patrons.

Visitors to the restaurant are able to place their orders on state-of-the-art tablets. There selection is then cooked, placed into sealed pots, and delivered via the rollercoasters tracks.

The restaurant’s pièce de résistance is a huge tornado-shaped spiral track, which gets narrower as it goes.

Speaking about the unique restaurant, Jessica Wadih Al-Absi, the chief executive of JWA Group, which operates ROGO, commented:

“Each table has its own individually designed rollercoaster track and a unique silent delivery system that thrills diners as they get to watch their food make a gravity-defying 360-degree journey to their table. Our technology makes dining fun as it transports both cold and hot food and drinks along the multi-spiral, double loop and tornado tracks.”

The restaurant can seat up to 360 people and takes up 14,000 square feet at the Yas Mall, which can be found on the human-created Yas Island. The rollercoaster tracks are spread out across the length of the restaurant, providing a good coverage for patrons.

Posted by Peter
December 8, 2014

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