The Cafe is situated on the upper first floor, access was straight forward as we were able to use the lift which is wheelchair friendly and having stairs access also meant the lift was generally available for wheelchair users or the elderly.
It has a large open floor area, which made it very easy for me to get around and position myself at a table. Also the counter height was at an appropriate level for me to use and pay for my food. Staff were very obliging to drop over my tray.
The toilet facilities are located on the same floor, and I found that there was plenty of space in the wheelchair accessible toilet.
As for the food, there was a great selection, I went for a ham and cheese sandwich and it was very fresh. They cater for all dietary requirements here.
While we were there, one of my friends fainted and instantly there were four members of staff to assist her. We also needed the use of a motorised chair and the security manager brought one to us. They also escorted us to the transport after everyone was feeling better. The Manager took our name and number so he could phone us later to check up on us. I can’t speak more highly of the staff here.
The staff are very thoughtful and friendly, they could not do enough to make our visit more enjoyable and memorable.
The restaurant is bright and spacious. As my blog followers know I use a large motorised chair that takes up a lot of space.
I would highly recommend Teddy’s cafe to everyone who visits the Fairgreen Centre. Whether they are wheelchair users or able bodied.
The staff and management put their customers first and they appear to appreciate our business.
My friends, family and I visit there quite regularly so if you’re looking for a coffee, lunch, or dessert, Teddy’s is the place to go.