Went on Boxing Day 2018 for dinner at Bocca Di Lupo prior to seeing Company at The Gielgud theatre (good access and a disabled toilet in Gielgud) and can confirm excellent italian food especially the truffle and octopus dishes. They do have a portable ramp to get up a sizeable step in a narrow part of Soho. There are steps but they are down to the toilets, fortunately the disabled toilet is upstairs and although they tried to hide it with a white curtain it does store water bottles. However, there is still room to manoeuvre a wheelchair – we forgive the storage of chairs. We warned them of our arrival so the staff were very helpful and attentive, they get an audited 2.5 BBS Ticks for impeccable italian style & accessibility in an area of Soho where access is usually very difficult and disabled toilets are few and far between.

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Bocca Di Lupo is a restaurant in Mayfair (Soho really), London. The restaurant was opened in to 2008 by Jacob Kenedy and Victor Hugo (not that one), since then it has “received various awards and accolades for its stripped-down, honest regional Italian cuisine.”

 

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