Sahara Lounge | 24th October 2017
Parking and accessibility
There is no specific customer parking but there is a public car park just off Wellington Street which has disabled spaces. This car park is located directly behind the restaurant.
There is a flat entrance at the front of the building which leads into the restaurant but then there is a flight of stairs leading down to the bar. If you speak to a member of staff they will open the rear entrance for you which has a ramp leading into the building. You will need to go down the side alley to access this.
There is a disabled toilet which is located to the left of the bar. There was enough room for my PA to assist but it was tight.
The toilet has handrails for both transfer sides. The sink and hand dryer were accessible for a wheelchair user. There was no toilet paper dispenser. The lock on the door also wasn’t very easy to use.
The restaurant is wheelchair accessible with lots of wide open space and tables which I could fit my wheelchair under.
They’re open all day offering breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The customer service I received was good, the staff were helpful and friendly.
The menu was small print and they didn’t offer anything in large print.