Restaurants With Disabled Access In Manchester

Manchester's dining scene has never been so accessible. Offering braille and audio menus, wheelchair lifts and dedicated disabled toilets, these place are making sure memorable nights out are available to all. Explore our list of Indian eateries, rooftop brasseries and quirky tapas bars as you get to know the best restaurants with disabled access in Manchester.

Last updated on 10th November 2022




With its stunning interiors that pay homage to Irani cafés, Dishoom is one of our favourite Manchester restaurants with disabled access. It's here that you can taste the flavours of Bombay, with gluten-free dishes, halal, vegan and vegetarian options making up the mouthwatering menu.

Scoff sublime Italian dishes, such a freshly baked pizzas and homemade pasta, washed down with glasses of wine at this quirky spot. Vapiano Manchester is another Corn Exchange restaurant with doors from the internal atrium, lifts to the upstairs bar and a ground floor dining room.

Bringing country pub vibes to Manchester city centre, The Wharf is easily one of the best pubs in town. With disabled parking, wheelchair access and a lift, it's available to all who fancy getting stuck into their British plates and famous roast dinners - you can even bring your dog along too.

With entrances from the street, spacious tables and a disabled toilet (complete with grab rails) all reachable by lift, El Gato Negro is easily one of Manchester's best restaurants. A firm favourite for its flavoursome tapas and expertly curated wine list, this place has date night written all over it.