OK for people with walking issues but wheelchairs would be a problem
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid
Although the restaurant is wheelchair accessible being flat, I would not recommend bringing a wheelchair in here as there isn't much space for manoeuvring, We visited with my mum who walks with a pole - and it was OK for her. There is no disabled parking near by, you would have to be dropped off and then someone go and park the car further away. The toilets were OK - one toilet is bigger than the rest - but there were no bars to help people get up off the toilet and no disabled toilet. The food was amazing though - definitely somewhere to go try. If you could manage to walk with poles
Transport & Parking
There is parking about 10 disabled spaces in a big car park, where disabled park for free about 60 yards from the restaurant. You could pull up outside to be dropped off as they did have a few chairs inside the door
Floor was very flat - no lip or anything to get in from the street. No steps or obstructions - would find it difficult manoeuvring a wheelchair unless you asked for a table closer to the door
No accessible toilet - there was one bigger toilet - not big enough to get a wheelchair in but comfortable enough for a person with walking difficulties. There were no handrails to help you up off the toilet so if this is something you struggle with this could be an issue
Staff were very friendly - you obviously have a waiter/waitress assigned to your table so it is good that they know exactly how to deal with you.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
If you are not a fan of loud places it is probably best to avoid this place as the volume of people talking is very loud.