Is the restaurant accessible to wheelchair users and have disabled toilets
Sorry no I don't think it is
I don't think it is accessible for wheelchairs as there are steps to get in, unless they have a ramp that they are able to bring out. Also, inside it is quite cramped and would be difficult to navigate a wheelchair
as listed in my previous reply
regrettably there are steep steps that need to be navigated to get into steels.
If you call before hand the staff will always aim to accommodate disabled people as my husband and his brother have limited vision.
I don't think they have to be honest, steps to get into the building and steps to the toilets, it's also quite cramped, I have never seen a person eating sat in their wheelchair. Steels are excellent fish and chips though and the only other fish restaurant to equal the quality is Papa's fish and chip restaurant at Willerby near Beverley and they do have wheelchair access and toilets. If you telephoned ahead and book they would have a good table for you
The toilets are upstairs and the entrance at the front has steps. There may be another entrance but the restaurant has rather narrow isles and some tables are at booths so it unfortunately is not really suited for a wheel chair. I suggest you phone Steels to check. Its booths and rather squashy floor arrangement are part of its 1950s charm!!
Ther is no wheelchair access and the toilets are upstairs.
The front entrance from the street has a flight of a few steps. INot sure about the location of the toilets I suggest that the best plan would be to phone Steels
I think you have to enter via the kitchen and I think toilets are upstairs
Yes it is, I used to work there, let them know and they'll put down the ramp through the back, there's also a toilet in the kitchen downstairs for disabled people to use. Staff are always helpful with this.
There is a side entrance to the restaurant available to wheelchair users and an alternative modest toilet and facilities located downstairs, in which a waitress can direct you.
No there are steps to get into the restaurant. Only if you are able to climb the steps.
Just checked with staff. Although main entrance has steps. Wheelchairs can use rear entrance. Toilets are upstairs though.
There is nothing for disabled people to get in or any facilities
I don think so as there are about 4 steps up to the front door of the restaurant and the toilets are on the first floor with no lift.
There are steps up to the door and a very narrow doorway, not sure if there is access at the rear of the building sorry
It's a traditional small eatery with limited space. May be best ringing to discuss your needs
Afraid not Steps on entry to restarant
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