Our Top Accessible Venues in London

Posted on March 9, 2017
Our Top Accessible Venues in London
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Are you looking for disabled access venues? We’ve put together a list of disabled friendly venues which you must check out. Here goes:

1. Ping Pong Dim Sum

Based in the heart of Soho, Ping Pong boasts a mouth-watering steamed Chinese menu that you won’t forget in a hurry. The famous chain of 8 has a level access ramp which will take you to the upstairs seating area where you can dine till your hearts content. A popular choice for many, the friendly staff will attend to all your needs ensuring you are both comfortable and relaxed for your dining experience.

2. KOKO London

KOKO is a premier concert venue located in Camden known for its rock and indie gigs where the likes of Madonna, Prince and Red Hot Chili Peppers have all performed. This venue offers disabled guests complementary tickets for personal assistants (subject to availability) and has ramp access into the venue. KOKO has no steps and easy access to the viewing area, not to forget an accessible toilet nearby.

3. C.A.F.E. Sunshine International Arts

C.A.F.E, otherwise known as Carnival-Arts-For-Everyone is a South London creative space offering a huge variety of events including carnivals, food and arts, workshops, seminars and many more. This venue is a special gem that is committed to empowering the people they work with.  It is easily accessible with wheel chair access and a disabled toilet. We think there is definitely something special about this one…

4. The Mint Leaf Restaurant and Bar (Piccadilly)

The Mint Leaf Restaurant and Bar, situated at the bottom of Haymarket, serves an exquisite Indian menu. This venue is adored by the famous for its unique dining experience and extraordinary decor. With plenty of space, the restaurant is wheel chair accessible, has disabled toilets and welcomes guide dogs!

5. The London Eye

If you’re feeling adventurous, get together with your best friends and overlook the magical city of London in its famous capsule. The London Eye has wheel chair access with stewards on hand to assist in and out of the capsule with the help of a ramp. Although some may argue this is more of an attraction, we think it’s worth the mention anyway.

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