Sticky Sisters, Merrion Centre
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
Sticky Sisters has a reasonably heavy manual door, with a small but easily passable lip. The aisle between tables is wide, and apart from four booths all other seating is flexible, including the few tables outside. All tables are of a good height, as is the counter where you place your order, and the drinks machine.
Transport & Parking
Sticky Sisters is next to the Merrion Centre car park which has many disabled parking spaces and lifts, and is also near a taxi drop-off point and several bus stops. The pavement is smooth and level, making pedestrian access easy to negotiate.
Sticky Sisters does not have public toilets themselves, instead directing users into the neighbouring Burger King. There is a door between the two shops as they are right next to each other. The tables in Burger King are a little narrow to move through, and the toilets are located next to the queue which can make them awkward to access for everyone at peak times. The toilet itself was a clean, large cubicle with a full length pull cord but no changing facilities apart from baby-changing facilities.
The staff are polite and friendly.