Disabled Access Restaurants in London

From gorgeous roof terraces with panoramic views of the city to chilled-out pizza parlours and upmarket Indian restaurants, there is a huge range of wheelchair accessible restaurants in London just waiting to be discovered. Rest assured knowing that all these venues have step-free access, elevators and disabled toilet facilities, so the only thing you have to think about is what you'll choose from the menu. Check out our list of the best wheelchair-friendly restaurants in London below. 

*Note, please always contact the restaurant before your visit to check their current accessibility options.

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Inamo Soho

Unlimited Asian tapas & sushi with free-flowing wine or beer £49.95 per person and 2 other offers

Inamo Soho boasts one of London's most futuristic dining experiences. Menus here are a space-age affair - beamed directly on to the table, allowing you to make your order with a swipe and tap of the table top - you can even play battlehsips while you wait for your Japanese-style food to arrive.

Darwin Brasserie

The jewel in Sky Garden's crown, Darwin Brasserie is the perfect place for a romantic date night with a difference. Accessible by lift (being located on the 35th floor, we would hope so), Darwin's menu is full of British classics with a contemporary twist, think moreish steak tartare, lightly roasted seabass and herb-crusted rump of lamb.