The 7 best Wheelchair Accessible Restaurants in Sydney

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Wondering the best places to go when planning a ripping meal with a wheelchair user in your crew, you’re not alone. Between frustratingly annoying undisclosed single steps, a lack of accessible bathrooms, and jammed-together tables, it can be a gamble to dine out at a new location without the headache. 

We’ve got a list of the best wheelchair accessible restaurants in Sydney where everyone that can cater to everyone in the crew. 


Coogee Pav

We love a venue with options… at the Coogee Pav, every level is wheelchair accessible, and there’s plenty of room to travel through freely to find a table for wheelchair users and their crew, so you can settle in the ground floor restaurant and bar, go fancy at Una Mas or mimi’s, or head up to the terrace for sunshine. Some bar spaces do have higher tables and stools, but there are plenty of flexible furniture configurations throughout the venue’s indoor and outdoor spaces. The public car park nearby has dedicated accessible parks.
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Queen Chow

Coastal Cantonese cuisine with epic views and a chic dining room (that just so happens to be super wheelchair-friendly)—what more could you want? Queen Chow is easily accessible via its ramp entry, and has a variety of table options and an internal accessible bathroom. Parking is easy at Manly Wharf, so you’ll be dining on dim sum and salt-and-pepper prawns in no time.
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Potts Point Hotel

An icon of Sydney for years, Potts Point Hotel welcomes you to a four-level pub where first-timers are treated like locals and locals are treated like family. This is an Iconic Sydney CBD bar for years, open 7 days a week with a friendly & relaxing atmosphere. Great A-la-carte menu 12pm -9:30pm every day. Entertainment such as DJ’s and Drag Bingo. This a great p;ace for a casual catch up.
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Thai Patong 

Newtown is overflowing with excellent Thai restaurants, and Thai Pothong is indisputably one of the best. Alongside a mixture of traditional and contemporary Thai dishes, they have sizeable gluten-free and vegan menus and an impressively colourful cocktail menu. This a place that has is all and is accessible.
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Untied is a modern Australian rooftop situated in the Streets of Barangaroo, inspired by the lush rainforests of North Queensland. This inner-city tropical rooftop oasis is known for fantastic food, exciting cocktails, bright furniture and holiday party vibes in a venue is wheelchair friendly. Kick back and let loose in the Sydney sunshine to the sounds of tropical house DJs and the buzzing Barangaroo precinct.
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The Bayview

The Bayview is the heart of the Gladesville community and home of live music in Sydney for generations! The newly renovated Bayview Gladesville is a cracking local pub with indoor & outdoor bars, dining, and function facilities. Eclectic bistro dishes, plus live bands, comedy & karaoke, in a laid-back pub with a cool terrace. With great food, drink and accessible bathrooms, and dining area this is great place to visit for a casual lunch or dinner.


With a wide-opening front door, a variety of table styles inside, and outdoor seating also an option, this particular Bills location is a great pick for wheelchair-friendly dining at any hour of the day between 7am and 10pm. An accessible bathroom is handy, and there’s plenty of parking nearby.

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No matter your preference, a number of wheelchair accessible restaurants that ticks all the boxes. So ditch the worry about navigating narrow spaces and inaccessible bathrooms, and set out to enjoy a memorable dining experience with friends and family. 


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