In 1937 a man called Alan Hadley opened a fish and chip restaurant to the people of Whtiby. Ever since opening Hadley’s it has been strong and popular.

The flooring and tables in Hadley are a lighter wood and are a mix of typologies. The stairs are decorated with some fairy lights and the countertop is to the northeast from the doorway in.

The menu has a variety of portion sizes. The windows are large and allow in a lot of light. These windows coupled with the light clouded furnishings and white walls create a light, happy and airy feel to the place.

Accessibility at Hadley’s

Hadley’s does not have a toileting facility for anyone. Furthermore, there are two small steps into the building and through a narrow doorway.

The floor is flat and the space in-between seating is moderate. Although staff are not trained to work with those who are neurologically diverse, they do try to help to the best of their ability.

Not to mention, there are no large print or braille menus. Highchairs are available. As well as this, assistance dogs are welcome.

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