Now isn’t this the cutest… an a la carte restaurant from a transformed transatlantic place for the Coventry Airport? The DC6 Diner is a 1950 aircraft converted to a cozy restaurant that can house 40 people. Some of its offerings include Vampire gammon, Bomber T-bone steak, a Bomber T-bone steak, Vampire gammon, 8oz Rapide steak, or a Meteor marinade fillet. The man behind these strange names is Chef Tony Caunce. The cockpit is the restaurant’s cocktail bar. Diners can ask for assistance using a button above their heads. The airplane restaurant is part of the Airbase exhibition at Coventry Airport and has not been in the air for three and a half years.
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