I often visit this restaurant with friends and family and have always received a warm and friendly welcome. With this in mind I had no doubt as to where to take my mother ,who is a wheelchair user , for a meal. The building has two entrances and the inside is very spacious , so very accessible for a wheelchair. Upon arrival we were greeted warmly as usual by a waitress and shown to a table that would suit my mothers needs, she also moved some furniture around to make her more comfortable. She left us for a reasonable time to get settled before taking our order. When we were ready to order drinks the waitress asked my mother if she would prefer to drink her tea from a mug or cup, likewise, when ordering desserts, she asked my mothers preference towards a dessert or teaspoon . Nothing was too much trouble for her throughout our whole stay and the warm and friendly waitress made my mothers very rare day out a truly pleasurable experience, our meals were also up to the standard I have grown use to and we all enjoyed a very tasty, hot and great value for money meal. My mother can't wait to visit again very soon.
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