Tryst wrote:eurest don't run the cafe's in Alton Towers its all in house I am a catering manager for eurest and gave previously worked for towers and they have no connection at allPizza/pasta in Katanga Canyon gets my vote as a good place to eat. The foods simple, but it's good and there's plenty of it.Importantly, the tables are also clean and not sticky! I went there yesterday with 6 friends and the waitress asked if any of us had a MAP - I did so we all got a discount ^^ I'm glad that she asked because I always feel awkward asking for a discount; it's much better when it's offered.
Worst place for me so far has been the courtyard BBQ. I didn't enjoy the meal, but I suspect that was more to do with the weather as it was February and snowing!
I have a general grumble about the coffee shops at AT unfortunately. None of them appear to have soya milk or lactose free milk. Yesterday I was informed at the Towers Street café "We don't do soya milk." To me that seems a bit off hand about what is a genuine dietary requirement for a lot of people and secondly Eurest, who provide the cafés at AT and TP, also provide the café at my work where they quite definitely provide soya milk. Admittedly the café at work did try and charge extra for it at one point, but that was quickly abandoned.
DannyG wrote:I'm not sure what it's called, but the hot dog shop opposite Rita makes great food, always go there
lucy2244 wrote:Mexican Cantina all the way.
The wedges are like heaven, I'm starting to question weather I love Alton Towers or the wedges more, because it is definitely close! I've also tried the nachos there, they were very nice but very messy! If you don't like eating with your hands it won't be for you, but it tastes delicious! A good vegetarian option, too
obliviongirl wrote:I was wondering whether anyone here has had the gluten free pizza at the Pizza and Pasta Buffet in Katanga Canyon before? I didn't realise they catered for coeliacs there last time I visited, so I ended up just nibbling on some chips at the Burger Kitchen. I think it's great that they offer gluten free pizzas, but I was just curious to see whether anyone has had it before, and what it was like? I would really like to try it when I visit in April.