Al Forno in Darlington is very proud to be one of the oldest Italian restaurants in Darlington. Opened in 2012 many of the staff have been loyal enough to stay from the beginning. There are three floors to Al Forno. The basement is a cocktail and drinks bar. The ground floor is the restaurant along with the top floor.

Furthermore, the bar is easy to spot with its calming blue lighting decorating the underside of the counter top. The chairs, tables and flooring is a dark wood. In addition, the walls are white and each table has red napkins. The staff are very efficient and friendly. Furthermore, there is a wide range of foods available, even differenimg depending on the day. Not to mention, Al Forno also has a children’s menu. Takeaway boxes are available if you have not managed to eat all of your food so why not give Al Forno a whirl next time you are in Darlington.

Accessibility at Al Forno

Some accessibility information is available on their website. Which you can get to by clicking here. Whilst they do have an accessible entrance concerns have been expressed that the entrance is only big enough for a small wheelchair not a large wide wheelchair. There are accessible toilets available in the restaurant. Furthermore, staff are not trained to work with those who are neurologically diverse but they’re happy to help to the best of their ability. Unfortunately, there are no braille or large print menus. Despite this, staff are happy to read the menu to you and guide you whenever and wherever needed.   High chairs are also available for those who need them.

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