Dinner and Cinema - Another great and very accessible visit
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid
The Barbican Centre is an arts venue which contains cinema, theatre, 2 art galleries, exhibition halls, conservatory, library and restaurants. This review is my most recent visit to the Barbican for dinner at Bonfire and cinema.
Transport & Parking
The nearest tube is Barbican but it is not step free. The nearest step free tube station is Farringdon. There are several buses that stop close by.
We started off by going into the main Barbican Centre with a step free entrance on Silk Street and where there are automatic doors. We had a walk around before taking the lift up to Bonfire restaurant. Bonfire serves home made burgers, both meat and veggie options. They have indoor and outdoor seating. The tables and chairs are free standing. There was step free access throughout their Beech Street Cinema complex. Screen 3 had some step free seating in the front rows.
There was an accessible toilet in Bonfire restaurant next to the entrance. The toilet was spacious and clean. It had grab rails and an emergency cord that reached to the ground with a Euan's Guide red cord card. When we went to Cinema Screen 3 in their Beech Street Cinema complex, I didn't use the toilet this time. However there were both accessible and Changing Places toilet.
Staff were friendly and helpful as always.