Bright and spacious, friendly cafe in the city centre
I have visited the cafe for the first time today and I was surprised at how accessible it appeared to me. There is an accessible toilet, it's easy to get to the cafe through the large door — straight from the street level. It's bright and spacious, so moving around with a wheelchair or a powerchair should not be a problem. There aren't any steps inside. Plus, it's actually a genuinely nice place with good coffee, sandwiches and pizza. What's not to like? :)
Transport & Parking
I walked to the venue so I am not sure. There doesn't appear to be any parking on the street, but I know there is parking available at the near-by Fountainbridge Park (where the cinema is).
To my eye, the cafe looked pretty accessible. Large door from the street level, no steps, all flat floor inside. Large tables, but plenty of space to move around. Accessible toilet with the red cord. There is no induction loop but there's one by the hotel reception next door (the cafe and the nearby Hilton hotel are connected via large, always-open door).
Easy to find and I think should be easy to manoeuvre around.
Staff were really helpful and keen to answer my questions about accessibility. The manager, Anna, is very keen to ensure that all guests get a pleasant experience.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
I would go again! Fast, open wifi is a plus.