The restaurant Tango has rustic decor. The bare brick walls are painted white and the booths are a plain dark wood. In addition, there is one long light running underneath the bar is warm and inviting like the staff. Furtheremore, thw floor is a plain monocolour wood. The lighting is ambient, and the windows have a frosted glass. In addition, frosted glass in the wood panels gives this a slight, almost private atmosphere. Sometimes, the plainest pub grub is the most comforting and pleasant. Just the experience that hits the spot. There is many choices to choose from whether it be getting food or something to drink.

Accessibility at Tango

There is no step up into the building and enough room for a wheelchair to get in. On the other hand, is a fairly small accessible toilet. Unfortunately, with it’s size it can be a bit of a challenge moving around in it. It is furnished with a baby changing facility. Unfortunately, their terrace is not accessible to those in a wheelchair. Whilst staff do not have formal training to work with someone who is neurologically diverse, they are willing to help where possible. Whilst Braille and large print menus are not available the staff are happy to read the menu to anyone who needs it. Furthermore, if there are people with any hearing disabilities and needs Wi-Fi it is possible to connect to the one available at the restaurant.

You can get more information by going to their website here.

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