13 Dame Street, Dublin 2
Umi is probably one of Dublin’s top spots for falafel. It’s bloody delicious and you can get a great lunch here for a decent price. It can get quite busy at lunchtime but the atmosphere is generally quite laid-back.
What has it got?
Seating: The round tables come with moveable stools (no arm rests) and they have booths with fixed benches (no arm or back rests). The tables are a really good height for a wheelchair so you can sit comfortably here.
Doors: The doors are wide and easy to open.
Ground: Tiled floor.
Stairs: The front entrance is all flat but there are two steps at the back door.
Bathrooms: Their bathroom is massive here and will easily fit a wheelchair of any size. However, they don’t have any bars or handrails.
Spaciousness: They way that the tables are laid out means that a wheelchair can fit through. ‘Tis quite nifty actually.
Helpfulness of Staff: The staff are super sound here and will help you with a table that suits.
Why did it lose points? Umi lost half a point simply because they don’t have any handrails in the bathroom. Otherwise, this place is very easy to get in and out of.