21st June 2017
There are two disabled parking spaces located at the front of the building.
There is a flat entrance leading into the venue with a large accessible double door.
All the staff members were very helpful, friendly and well mannered. Our waitress was fantastic from start to finish and answered any of our questions.
There are disabled toilets located at the back of the building.
They are accessible for wheelchair users, there is enough room for a wheelchair to turn around safely and there is enough room for a family member or PA to assist a wheelchair user.
The toilet has handrails for both transfer sides. The sink, hand dryer and toilet paper dispenser are all accessible for wheelchair users.
The toilet doesn’t require a RADAR key but does have a workable lock on the door.
The lighting is nice and bright, the toilets are nice and clean and safe to use.
The restaurant is accessible for wheelchair users. The restaurant has an open plan seating area and lots of accessible tables.
There is a raised area of steps which is inaccessible by wheelchair users, however there is still plenty of easy access.
There are lots of booths and quiet corners to get away from the hustle and bustle.
The restaurant offer a larger print menu and braille menu for the visually impaired but they don’t offer a hearing loop for the deaf.
The menus are nice and light.
There is a moderate level of background music. This will get if the restaurant is full.
They allow all service dogs into the building.
Myself and my PA both tried a dish from the menu, I tried the thin crust pepperoni pizza and my PA tried the deep pan veggie pizza.
Overall I thought the food was amazing every bite of my pepperoni pizza gave me the mouth-watering taste and flavour of an Italian classic from the home of pizza’s. So therefore I give the food a rating of 5 out of 5.