The Cosy Club is a family-friendly 50s-inspired franchise that is liked by many people. The food from my experience s excellent. All waiters and waitresses wore 50s French-style uniforms. There are two entrances You can go straight up from the car park lift. The music played at the Cosy Club is eclectic but fun and quiet enough to hold a conversation. The floor and table tops match in a dark brown to black colour. The walls are decorated with pictures and the lighting shines down through a variation of lighting types. Some are downlights and some are small chandeliers. There is a range of seating from comfy seats and seats to dining room chairs and tables. The protocol is to wait at the door until a waiter or waitress takes you through to your seat. The price of the food has been described as moderate.
Taken by Alexandra Negoita
The entrance to the Cosy Club restaurant has a fairly wide lift. The staff are also very friendly and will read you the menu. There is a disabled toilet that is wide and has a fold-down handle for balance on the toilet. There is enough of a gap between tables to either wheel a pram through or a wheelchair. Staff endeavour to be helpful and friendly to all people no matter what disability they may have.