Spending a weekend in the capital? Here are some of the most wheelchair friendly establishments dotted around the centre. From Latin infusions to high-class dining, check out the restaurants below for an amazing accessible dining experience in London!
Aqua Nueva - Regent Sreet
If you’re looking for Spanish Tapas in a quirky venue, then look no further than Aqua Nueva. Based in the popular tourist destination of Regent Street (near Oxford Circus) this restaurant was refurbished in 2015 and was fit with ramps to accommodate wheelchair users looking to dine in the establishment.
Asia De Cuba - Covent Garden
After something a little more exotic? Asia De Cuba offers up a fantastic array of Latin food. At the end of the meal, a £1 charge is added to your bill. This money goes towards helping the homeless in the city, and over a span of 21 years, the restaurant has raised £8.8m.
Babbo - Mayfair
Nestled in one of the side streets of Mayfair, Babbo offers Italian classic dishes and is known for its vibrant live music. The building is accessible by wheelchair and can accommodate large groups.
Cantina Laredo - Covent Garden
Offering Mexican food with a chilled vibe, Cantina Laredo puts all of the Mexican cultures in the food, making sure you have an experience like no other. Perfect for outside dining in the summer and group dining, the restaurant has wheelchair access and is known for making the best tequila cocktails…
Hawksmoor Air Street - Picidilly Circus
Looking for a restaurant with a romantic vibe? Then be sure to check out Hawksmoor Air Street. If you’re a meat eater, then this is the place for you. Offering up classic British meals such as British Beef and Dartmouth Lobster, this restaurant has an ambient decor and has wheelchair access throughout.
Le Pont de la Tour
With riverside views overlooking Tower Bridge and a recent outdoor dining experience installed by The Garden Shed Co , Le Point de la Tour is wheelchair accessible and is also part of the Street Smart campaign alongside Asia De Cuba. Expect French menus, an elegant atmosphere and friendly staff to top it all off.
Savoy Grill at The Savoy - Embankment
Looking for something special and little more upmarket? Then you should try the Savoy Grill at The Savoy. So many famous stars have dined here, including Charlie Chaplin and Frank Sinatra. Offering French and British dishes combined, the Savoy is a dining experience like no other, and the restaurant has wheelchair access throughout.