Restaurants with Wheelchair Access in Brighton and Sussex

Wheelchair friendly Restaurants in Brighton. A hand-picked, ever-expanding selection of Restaurant Brighton’s favourite restaurants, in and around Brighton and Hove, which offer excellent food, great service and full access for wheelchair users.


Redroaster is a ‘go-to destination’ in Brighton, situated at the bottom of St.James’ Street it’s also a stones throw from the beach. Providing ethically sourced, hand-roasted coffee, serving breakfast and lunch. Serving from 7am-5pm, Redroaster is the place to go if you’re looking for a sophisticated brunch. You’ll find modern takes on classic breakfasts such as their crab and avocado brioche with yozu curd. Redroaster have fantastic South facing, floor to ceiling windows which can be opened out completely to create an indoor/outdoor atmosphere.

Wheelchair access facts and restaurant details:

  • Fully accessible to wheelchairs, have disabled toilet
  • Address: 1d St. James’s St, Brighton BN2 1RE
  • Make a booking on 01273 686668

Al Duomo

Al Duomo opened as Brighton’s first traditional wood-fired pizzeria 36 years ago and has been bringing us authentic Italian food ever since. With more than 70 years’ experience between them, the senior chefs share a great love of food and source their ingredients from the finest Italian suppliers. Located next to the historic Pavilion, near to the theatres, this is a great place to enjoy a little Italian hospitality before catching a show.

Calzone Pizza, Al Duomo, Brighton, Italian Restaurant

Wheelchair access facts and restaurant details:

  • Fully wheelchair accessible on the ground floor, with wheelchair accessible toilets. There is a gentle slope to enter the restaurant.
  • Address: 7 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE
  • Make a booking on 01273 326741


Locations don’t get much better than this as OhSo Social is in a prime spot on Brighton’s famous seafront. Situated at the bottom of East Street at the foot of the historic Lanes, you will find this alfresco dining hotspot in between the two iconic Brighton piers and the nearest car parking can be found in the Lanes Car Park on Black Lion Street. OhSo transforms from a cafe and coffee spot by day to a popular evening venue, with many people gathering to watch the sunset behind the sea whilst enjoying a cocktail.

Ohso Social, Brighton Seafront, Cafe, Bar, restaurant, Brighton beach

Wheelchair access facts and restaurant details:

  • Fully wheelchair accessible, including toilets. Access to the venue is via a pathway along the beach.
  • Address: 250a King’s Rd, Brighton BN1 1NB
  • Make a booking on 01273 818 527

The Wardroom

The Wardroom is a modern restaurant and bar situated at The Old Ship Hotel on Brighton’s seafront. Enjoy British and European cuisine with an a la carte menu in the restaurant, or for a more casual dining experience, there’s The Mess Deck bar where you can take advantage of their terrace on a sunny day. The restaurant and hotel are wheelchair friendly and there’s plenty of friendly staff around to help if needed.

wheelchair friendly, dog friendly, cocktails in Brighton, outside seating on Brighton seafront

Wheelchair access facts and restaurant details:

  • Fully wheelchair accessible, including toilets.
  • Address: King’s Road, Brighton, BN1 1NR
  • Make a booking on 01273 329001