Nice busy pub/restaurant for everyone
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
Ramped entry to the side door (not automatic) a few tight spaces inside but enough room to accommodate passage for a large wheelchair. Good height tables, nice food.
Transport & Parking
There is a carpark for the football club next door which offers a level pathway to the ramped side door but spaces are minimal and on street parking is always jam packed.
There is a good low gradient ramp into the side door. The door is not automatic so you need staff to catch your eye, however each time I've visited it's been really busy and I've been welcomed inside rather quickly. There's a wee bit of a bump over the threshold but once inside you have clear access past a row of tables to the main body of the restaurant or through to the bar. The tables are a good height to get your legs under if you're a wheelchair user. The floor surface is level and smooth. If it is really packed you might need a few folk to pull their chairs in but there is space enough to move through the restaurant in a wheelchair.
Didn't visit the toilet.
Staff were helpful but absolutely run off their feet. I could have done with a bit more service at the table as going to the bar was difficult and I had to keep asking friends to go for me as we waited ages for anyone to come take a drinks order. But once the food and drinks arrived it made for a fantastic meal with friends. The staff were nice enough but I'm sure they'd have been a lot more attentive if we visited at a quieter time.
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Nice well presented food, good drinks in an accessible place to meet up. Good big venue.