This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
The Angel has level access through manual doors, which can be awkward to open from a wheelchair. The bar is near the front of the pub so crowds do gather near the doors making it difficult to work through. Most of the tables at the front are too high to be reached from a wheelchair, but a few normal tables can be found further back. Some of the normal height tables are cubicles which are awkward to get the wheelchair into, & others can be found up an area elevated by two steps. There is no ramp. The bar is quite high, but the Wetherspoon’s app lets you order drinks & food from your table, negating the needs to go to the bar. I find this very helpful, & staff are always prompt at bringing your drinks over to you.
Transport & Parking
The pub is near some bus stops & taxis do drop people off outside. The nearest tube stations are not wheelchair accessible.
The accessible table can be found near the back of the pub, accessed down a narrow passage between tables. You may well need to get people to move bags & chairs to get down safely. The toilet has a radar key, but having never used it I cannot provide further details.