Accessible Michelin starred restaurant
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
As you would expect from this 1 starred Michelin restaurant the food is truly excellent and comes at a price but is not totally stratospheric (£240 for 2 for taster menu, quite a lot of wine and tip). My wife went in her electric chair. Access is good but there is no disabled loo. Would recommend as long as you can use a normal loo or hold it! We would go again.
Transport & Parking
Street parking on double yellows outside (but OK with blue badge). Bit tricky to get onto the pavement.
Access is good from the street but a bit tight through the porch. The restaurant is flat, with a slope in one place, but she could easily get to the table. She could also get under the table without problem. Cutlery was reasonable to use (i.e. big handles) for a smart restaurant.
There is no disabled loo which was disappointing as the they are big enough for a wheelchair and would only need the addition of bars - though access would be tight.
Attentive, well informed (about wine & food) staff. The Sommelier was particularly good.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Need to make the loo disabled friendly but we will still go again - for the food.