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Accessible Places to Eat

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Accessible Places to Eat

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									Accessible Places to Eat
In Brighton & Hove

Al Duomo, 7 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE
Tel: 01273 326741 Fax: 01273 749792
Email: info@alduomo.co.uk Web: www.alduomo.co.uk

Italian (Neopolitan) Pizzeria. Wood fired oven, plenty of pasta, fish and meat dishes.
Set menus and special offers (check their website). They have 360 seats over 5
floors. Outside seating also available. Private rooms for parties & weddings. Open 7
days a week, with regular entertainment evenings featuring ‘The Spaghetti Opera’.
Late licence and situated centrally next to Royal Pavilion.

Accessibility:
  • Full wheelchair access to ground floor restaurant
  • Fully accessible WC.
  • Extra staff are always available to help read menus and assist.



AlFresco, The Milkmaid Pavilion, Kings Road Arches, Brighton BN1
2LN. Tel: 01273 206523 Fax: 01273 227793
Email: info@alfresco-brighton.com Web: www.alfresco-brighton.co.uk

The restaurant boasts magnificent upstairs seating overlooking both piers and
offering panoramic views along the coastline. With access over the bridge from the
Kings Road, enjoying the wonderful Italian food created in the restaurant could not
be easier.

Accessibility:
      • Full wheelchair access to both restaurant floors.
      • Information and menus are available in large type on request
      • Staff are always willing to read out information.
      • Fully accessible WC
      • Assistance dogs are welcome
      • Ramp access and handrails are available.




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Donatello, 1-3 Brighton Place, Brighton BN1 1HJ.
Tel: 01273 775477. Fax: 01273 734001
Email: info@donatello.co.uk Web: www.donatello.co.uk

Authentic pizzeria offering pizza, pasta, meat, fish and vegetarian dishes at reasonable
prices. Set menus available from £6.95. There is seating for 300 people plus 80
outside eaters. Open 7 days a week 11.30am-11.30pm.

   Accessibility:
   • Full wheelchair access to ground floor restaurant
   • Fully accessible WC.

Due South, Kings Road Arches, Brighton BN1 2FN.
Tel: 01273 821218 (No fax sorry!)
Email: eat@duesouth.co.uk Web: www.duesouth.co.uk

Our award winning restaurant, Due South, is right on the beach between Brighton's
piers, with an outside terrace and wonderful views out to sea.

Accessibility:
  • Assistance dogs are welcome
  • Staff are always willing to read out information to customers.
  • The restaurant has handrails
  • Fully accessible WC.

English’s of Brighton, 29-31 East Street, The Lanes, Brighton
BN1 1HL Tel: 01273 327980 Fax: 01273 329754
Email: book@englishs.co.uk Web: www.englishs.co.uk

The South's leading Seafood Restaurant and Oyster Bar Offers a superb à la carte
menu in Edwardian splendour or on our heated terrace. So whether it is a light lunch
whilst out shopping or a special occasion, English's is the perfect place. Party
bookings up to 60 people.

Accessibility:
  • Portable ramp access
  • No disabled WC
  • Staff are always willing to read out information to customers.
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Handrails available

Food for Friends, 17/18 Prince Albert Street, Brighton BN1 1HF
Tel: 01273 202310 (no fax, sorry!)
Email: jane@foodforfriends.com Web: www.foodforfriends.com

Highly acclaimed vegetarian restaurant. Fresh global cuisine, organic wines and great
cocktails. Central Brighton. Children welcome.

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Accessibility:
  • Extra staff available to help and always willing to read information to
      customers.
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Portable access ramp available.

Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, Brighton BN1 1UN
Tel: 01273 647100 Fax: 01273 647102
Email: info@komedia.co.uk Web: www.komedia.co.uk
Stylish entertainment centre for all in the heart of the North Laine area. Offering an
exciting all year round entertainment programme of jazz, comedy and theatre.
Komedia offers a unique mix of dining out and live entertainment. The bars offer a
range of food specialities from the continent. Tables and show tickets can be
reserved on the website and by phone or fax.

       Accessibility:
       • Full wheelchair access to all areas
       • Lift to all areas
       • Fully accessible WCs on all floors.

Las Iguanas, 8 Jubilee Street, Brighton BN1 1GE
Tel: 01273 573550 Fax: 01273 818827
Email: brighton@iguanas.co.uk Web: www.iguanas.co.uk

Renowned for its Latin American food and for producing and importing its own
brand of Brazil's national spirit Cachaça, Las Iguanas Restaurant and Bar is set on
Jubilee Street in Brighton

   Accessibility:
     • Full disabled access
     • Fully accessible WC
     • There is always staff available to help.
     • Wide corridors and doorways help with access.

Pinocchio, New Road, Brighton BN1 1HJ
Tel: 01273 677676 Fax: 01273 734001
Email: info@pinocchio.co.uk Web: www.pinocchio.co.uk

Very popular pizzeria situated near the Theatre Royal and Dome complex. Set
menu from £5.95. Open 7 days 11.30am -11.30pm (last orders)

   Accessibility:

       •   Fully accessible WC
       •   Access to ground floor
       •   Staff available to help
       •   Assistance dogs welcome


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Regency Restaurant, Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2HH
Tel: 01273 325014 Fax: 01273 747028
Web: www.regencyrestaurant.co.uk

Enjoy delicious locally caught fresh fish and seafood at the Regency, one of
Brighton's most popular seafood restaurants with superb views of the sea and
the West Pier.

Accessibility:
  • Assistance Dogs Welcome.
  • Braille menus/information
  • Willing to read information to customer.
  • Loop Systems at reception

Riddle & Finns, 12b Meeting House Lane, Brighton BN1 1HB
Tel: 01273 323008 (No fax, sorry!)
Email: info@riddleandfinns.co.uk Web: www.riddleandfinns.co.uk

Classic seafood dishes made from the freshest ingredients, marble topped tables,
candelabra, chandeliers, and friendly, knowledgeable service: Riddle & Finns is a
very special recent addition to Brighton's city centre.

Accessibility:
  • Assistance dogs are welcome
  • Portable access ramp is available
  • Access to all public areas
  • Fully accessible WC


Strada, 160-161 North Street, Brighton BN1 1EZ.
Tel: 01273 202070, Fax: 01273 202070
&
The Waterfront, Brighton Marina Village, Brighton BN2 5WA Tel:
01273 68682, Fax 01273 607993
Web: www.strada.co.uk
Strada offers an authentic menu using the finest seasonal produce available; you
should find something to suit every palate. Serving purely Italian regional wines.

Accessibility:
  • Full wheelchair access to restaurant
  • Fully accessible WC
  • Assistance dogs are welcome.




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General information:
Parking for disabled visitors: on-street parking is available to Blue Badge holders
at any designated disabled parking bay, or free of charge and for an unlimited
period in any pay and display parking bay. Although parking on double yellow
lines should normally be avoided (please check street signs for guidance), parking
on these and single yellow lines is allowed for up to 3 hours with the clock
clearly displayed as long as the vehicle is not causing an obstruction or there are
no loading restrictions. (Except along Kings Road where parking is not
permitted). For more information please contact Car Parking Operations on
(01273) 293225/292426.

    Care has been taken to ensure that the information on this list was correct at
the time of going to press. This list is intended as a guide only and does not imply
any recommendation. All information is subject to change. Issued with the
compliments of the Brighton & Hove Visitor Information Centre, Royal Pavilion
Shop, 4-5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE, Tel 0906 7112255 (calls cost 50p
per minute, standard rate) Minicom phone: (01273) 292595.
Email: brighton-tourism@brighton-hove.gov.uk, Website: www.visitbrighton.com

Please ask us if you would like a copy of this information sheet in large
type, in Braille or on Audiotape.

DEAT / 07/08 / KB




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