Rachel’s Restaurant, Cork

Jean and I visited this new restaurant (Click Here) last weekend and were absolutely delighted with the accessibility, the staff and the food.It was another part of our ongoing birthday celebrations and it was great.

The double width entrance doorway is level with the footpath and same level continues throughout the dining with the exception of one raised section and there is plenty of circulation space. The wheelchair accessible toilet is exactly that, accessible. It is well decorated and has the appropriate rails etc. It lacked a mirror the night we were there but Rachel promised that it would be installed before our next visit.

This not a critique on the food as we are not food critics but we both loved our three courses and we gave 5 stars for accessibility, food and staff. There is on-street parking in the vacinity.

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