Adrian and Michael Daniel have been running London’s most successful vegetarian restaurant since 1989. "The food we serve is the food of our childhood, modulated by French and Italian influences. When we opened the Gate, we had had no formal training, we were just a couple of guys who knew what we liked to eat, but we knew that food was sacred and should be celebrated. At the restaurant, we try to do just that: celebrate the food. This means, amongst other things, that we source our ingredients with care; we intensify flavour by careful cooking and by combining ingredients in unexpected ways. We try to make our dishes as visually pleasing as possible; and we try and do this in a fun and relaxed way. We started with passion and creativity and we maintain that passion and creativity today." The Gate Islington is the first restaurant in the UK to be awarded Autism Friendly Status by the National Autistic Society.
The main restaurant is in 2 sections: one of which has no stairs. Disabled toilets are available on the ground floor. Please inform us at time of booking if you require disabled access so we can reserve a table for you in an area of the restaurant that is easily accessible to wheelchair users.
The Gate Islington is the first restaurant in the UK to be awarded Autism Friendly Status by the National Autistic Society.
Information about the toilets has not been added for this venue.
Key staff have been trained to be good ambassadors for helping guests with Autism feel comfortable. We have a small booklet for customers with Autism with pictures and simple wording, identifying who is who in the restaurant, who they are likely to see approach the table, what might be asked at the table and an idea of what will be on the table.
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