You may love British cuisine.
More likely you're afraid of it (you shouldn't be).
But when the presentation is this good, who cares what it tastes like?
At the new Rollercoaster Restaurant at the Alton Towers Resort in Staffordshire, diners recieve their fishing and chips the old-fashioned way: via roller coaster.
The plates that are used at the restaurant travel an average of 173 miles per week thanks to a 1,312-foot-track with two loop-the-loops and one final “tornado spiral." Served in metal pods that rely on gravitational force to keep their contents secure, the British theme park’s family-friendly food arrives at your table intact despite the extreme delivery methods — soups and drinks included.
Probably a pretty decent place to order a James Bond-style martini.