Good food but issues with the toilet.
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
a lovely café bistro in the heart of Pollockshields. A small menu but plenty of delicious treats.
Transport & Parking
I got off the bus 30/40 yards away. Because there is no drop kerb on either side of the road you have to cross, you have to turn left travel 30 yards, cross the road and then 30 yards back again. This is obviously not the premises's fault but Glasgow City councils. There is plenty of on street parking but because it's a residential area, it can get quite busy.
It has step free access to the premises. It's quite tight with tables inside but the staff got me a suitable table.
While I was sitting outside waiting for a friend I asked a member of staff if they had a accessible toilet. I was told they did so I felt quite comfortable having a couple of beers. When it was time to use the WC, I discovered that their interpretation of an accessible toilet and mine where miles apart. You could get in but with it being no bigger than a closet there was no chance of me using it independently. I had my carer with me so I was able to get help.
The staff were very pleasant but when I asked about the toilet they could have warned me.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
The food was lovely. I wouldn't put other people off from going if you can manage a petite toilet.