The Horse Hospital, The Stables Market Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8AH MAP
Proud is a unique but pricey place to celebrate a Hen do (no fancy dress allowed) or to go for a girls night. The main door is not accessible but there is a ramp around the side which leads to a fire door. Once inside, the restaurant and large adapted toilet, is on the same level. The show takes place in the restaurant.
9 Belvedere Road, Southbank, London SE1 8YP MAP
The French restaurant chain has a menu that changes quarterly and is perfectly located near London landmarks. It is great for intimate and more casual dining. There is a level entrance by going to the rear of the restaurant and a disabled toilet.
The Indian restaurant and banqueting hall is spread over a number of floors and completely wheelchair accessible. A lift is used to reach the dining floor and you need to use the lift to the banqueting halls floor to find the adapted toilet.
33 High Street, London SW19 5BY MAP
The Buenos Aires restaurant is part of a small chain and has a varied menu with a strong focus on mouthwatering steaks and cocktails. There is a small ramp to get to the main restaurant which is also where the disabled toilet it. (Possibly the best adapted bathroom I have visited!)
A large Italian chain restaurant, which is completely wheelchair accessible. There are two levels of seating, with the raised one, reached by a long ramp. The disabled toilet is reached by using this, so it is better to choose seats nearby.
195-197 High St, Bromley, Kent BR1 1NN MAP
The family run Turkish restaurant serves a selection of traditional dishes with a twist. Fresh ingredients are used each day and there is a large accessible toilet. Booking is essential.
The restaurant/ club is a big venue which caters for an evening meal or crazy night out. The entrance is step-free and the dining area and adapted toilet is on the ground floor. If you want the club area, a lift will take you up.
Mekân is a Turkish restaurant serving food with traditional Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern influences. It has a step-free entrance and a large dining area. It also has a large disabled toilet with rails.
The venue is an American/Italian 50s-style UK chain with a large menu. You enter the restaurant by going through an automatic door followed by another one. Many tables are set up as booths but there is also regular seating.
There is a large disabled toilet with a sliding door and the hand-dryer is placed at a low height for wheelchair users.
37 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NE MAP
The Orange Public House and Hotel is located on Pimlico Road and serves modern European food along with a wide selection of guest ales and fine wines.. The bar and dining area are located on the step-free ground floor but guest rooms are upstairs with no lift. There is a large disabled bathroom but there are no ‘arms’ around the toilet so some may find access difficult.
44 Narrow Street, London, E14 8DP MAP
Gordon Ramsay’s The Narrow is a pub/restaurant situated in Limehouse, East London, which offers stunning views of the Thames. The relaxed venue is completely wheelchair accessible but there are no signs outside offering directions to enter the premises. (There is a riverside footpath which leads to a step-free entrance). There is a disabled toilet with just enough room for a standard size wheelchair.
27 Spital Square, London, E1 6DZ MAP
20 Sherwood St, London W1F 7ED MAP
If you're looking for a classy French bite to eat or ready for a cocktail, this is the place to visit. The café on the ground level is perfect for brunch or a lift will take you downstairs to the main restaurant and cabaret bar. The art v deco building is completely accessible with an accessible toilet.
12 Upper St. Martin’s Lane, London WC2H 9FB MAP
Reservations canbe made for breakfast/ lunch and only for groups of 6 or more after 5.45, There are unreserved tables but it means long queues outside.
Browns Bar and Brasserie
82-84 St Martins Lane , Covent Garden , London, WC2N 4AG MAP
Browns is a bar/ restaurant chain which opened in 1973. This branch, once the Westminster County Courts, was converted in 1996. Set in elegant surroundings, you can choose from a vast modern food and cocktail menu. The main entrance has steps but there is a flat entrance round the corner for wheelchairs which leads through the main bar. There is a large disabled toilet that can be reached by taking the lift to the first floor.
1st Floor, Design Museum 28 Shad Thames, London SE1 2YD MAP
The restaurant is located on the top level of the Design Museum and has stunning views over the Thames and Tower Bridge. If you go through the shop on the Ground level, you will pass the disabled toilet, and come to the lift which will take you straight up.