Places to eat with good wheelchair access

Here's our list to the best restaurants with disabled access in London.

Fortunately modern regulations and some progressive thinking means that there are fewer and fewer restaurants without satisfactory disabled access these days and so our list of the best London restaurants with disabled access doesn't only extend to restaurants that have disabled access but, indeed, the very best amenities for those who required disabled facilities – such as lifts, wider corridors and particularly well thought out designs and seating arrangements for those who require them.

Here's our list to the best restaurants with disabled access in London.




Belgo Holborn
67 Kingsway WC2B 6TD

Nearest Station: Holborn (0.1 miles)

AIL Says: This popular moules et frites chain is cheap and cheerful. The Holborn branch has disabled toilets, low payment counters, and assisted wheelchair access.

  • BELGIAN
Vanilla Black
17-18 Tooks Court EC4A 1LB
Region: The City
Nearest Station: Chancery Lane (0.1 miles)

AIL Says: Fantastic vegetarian food is on offer at Vanilla Black, with not a Quorn burger in sight. They’re also happy to accommodate guide dogs, the restaurant is wheelchair accessible and there are disabled toilets.

  • VEGETARIAN
  • OUR REVIEW 8/10
  • USERS 7/10
The Gaucho Grill
125 Chancery Lane WC2A 1PU
Region: Holborn
Nearest Station: Chancery Lane (0.2 miles)

AIL Says: The Holborn branch of this Argentinian steakhouse welcomes guide dogs. There is wheelchair access and disabled toilets are provided too.

  • ARGENTINIAN
  • OUR REVIEW 8/10
  • USERS 5/10
Galvin La Chapelle
35 Spital Square E1 6DY
Region: Shadwell
Nearest Station: Liverpool Street (0.2 miles)

AIL Says: Michelin-starred and one of London’s most beautiful restaurants, Galvin La Chapelle has wheelchair access and disabled toilets.

  • EUROPEAN
  • OUR REVIEW 8/10
Mint Leaf
Suffolk Place SW1Y 4HX
Region: London Haymarket
Nearest Station: Piccadilly Circus (0.1 miles)

AIL Says: Celebrities are frequently picture falling out of Mint Leaf, and it has the kind of dark yet flashy interior most favoured by pop stars and TV actors. There are lifts, wheelchair access (both assisted and non-assisted) and disabled toilets; guide dogs are also welcome.

  • RESTAURANT & BAR
Criterion Restaurant
224 Piccadilly W1J 9HP
Region: Mayfair
Nearest Station: Piccadilly Circus

AIL Says: The highly opulent Criterion in Mayfair is one of London’s oldest restaurants, having opened in 1874. The menu has classic Modern European food (at haute cuisine prices). The restaurant is wheelchair accessible and there are disabled toilets.

  • BRITISH
  • OUR REVIEW 9/10
Mela
152-156 Shaftesbury Avenue WC2H 8JB
Region: Covent Garden
Nearest Station: Covent Garden (0.1 miles)

AIL Says: This West End eatery has remained popular for over a decade, thanks to tasty Indian food and modest prices. They welcome guide dogs, there are disabled toilets, and both assisted and non-assisted wheelchair access is possible.

  • INDIAN
  • OUR REVIEW 8/10
  • USERS 8/10
Gourmet Burger Kitchen
160 Portobello Road W11 2EB
Region: Notting Hill
Nearest Station: Ladbroke Grove (0.2 miles)

AIL Says: Most branches of Gourmet Burger Kitchen welcome guide dogs; additionally they have accessible toilets and low payment counters.

  • AMERICAN
Petrus
1-3 Kinnerton Street SW1X 8EA
Region: Knightsbridge
Nearest Station: Hyde Park Corner (0.1 miles)

AIL Says: This super high end restaurant from the Gordon Ramsay stable serves theatrical dishes and boasts a fantasy wine list with prices that go into the tens of thousands. There is wheelchair access and disabled toilets.

  • ENGLISH


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