According to OGGS, accessibility is not just about complying with the legislation set out in the 2010 Equality Act. It’s about delivering faultless service to all of their guests.
For example, their in-house Executive Chef and his team are able to cater for a wide range of allergies and dietary requirements or long term medical conditions (e.g. those with diabetic needs) or specific requests. Their menus have vegetarian, gluten free and dairy free dishes indicated.
The main entrance is like something straight out of the Starship Enterprise, when with a push of a button the steps at the entrance roll back to reveal a platform lift to take you from pavement level into the building.
Other venues please take note, that best of all, you can find a detailed rundown of all their accessibility features, products and services on their Accessibility page. This will help anyone trying to plan an event in London, or to visit their restaurant.