Sociability’s mission is to help disabled people find accessible places to socialise and explore. With more than 16 million disabled people in the UK, there are many people scouring the internet every day for accessibility information when trying to plan a day out. Accessibility looks different for everyone – whether that’s looking at the physical space, toilet facilities or the sensory aspects of a building. The more information you know, the more confident you can be in your travels. That’s why Sociability is thrilled to be working in partnership with MayfairLDN to ensure you know as much detail about accessible venues in Mayfair.

Mayfair is one of London’s most exclusive and prestigious neighbourhoods, renowned for its luxury shopping, fine dining, and world-class art galleries. With its elegant Georgian architecture, beautiful parks, and chic cocktail bars, Mayfair has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for culture, cuisine, or simply a place to relax and unwind, Mayfair has it all. So, let’s dive in and discover the best accessible restaurants in Mayfair. 


BiBi is a popular restaurant located on North Audley Street in Mayfair. The restaurant is known for its elegant decor, welcoming atmosphere, and excellent food. BiBi is a contemporary Indian restaurant serving chaat and grills, perfect for sharing. In terms of accessibility, you’re welcomed with wide double doors and step-free access. There’s an accessible toilet fitted with grab rails and lots of turning space too. So BiBi is definitely one to remember if you’re looking for an accessible place to sit and enjoy the atmosphere as well as the food!

Find accessible information for BiBi.

The Audley Public House

The Audley is a pub located on Mount Street in Mayfair. The pub is known for its cosy atmosphere and impressive selection of food and drinks. The Audley's menu features classic British pub dishes, such as fish and chips, and a range of vegetarian options. Whether you’re meeting friends for lunch or dining with your family in the evening - The Audley may just be the option for you. When mapping The Audley on Sociability, we found that there is a slight (smaller than 2.5 cm) bump to enter. However, we were impressed with the amount of space once inside, not only in the main areas but also in the accessible toilet too. For those who prefer a quieter space to socialise - there are quieter periods at The Audley, usually on weekdays before 3pm. So take the stress away from planning your day in Mayfair and add this to your go-to places to visit!

Find accessibility information for The Audley Public House.

ROKA Mayfair

ROKA Mayfair is a Japanese restaurant located on North Audley Street in Mayfair. It’s a short stroll away from Oxford Street so perfect for visiting after a long day of shopping. ROKA Mayfair's menu features a range of dishes, from sushi to grilled meats. There’s no need to worry about access as there’s a large right-hand transfer wheelchair-accessible toilet fit with grab rails and lots of turning space. There’s a range of seating available from high tables with stools to low unobstructed tables. The restaurant has a stylish and modern atmosphere, which also makes it a great venue for celebrating those special occasions too.

Find accessibility information for ROKA Mayfair.


Mayfair is a vibrant and exciting area to explore. We hope that we have provided some inspiration for your next day out in Mayfair. With Sociability, finding accessible venues has never been easier. Make the most of the Sociability app and plan your day with ease to make it a memorable trip.

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