I booked a table for 2 [1 wheelchair user] at Live Bait a week ago. Unable to see signage for 'Live Bait' and confronted by a flight of descending steps, my friend went into the restaurant to confirm we had the correct venue. She returned to tell me it had changed ownership and someone would show me an alternative entrance… we were then shown into the restaurant through a backyard lined with waste bins, past the toilets and crowded bar areas to an awaiting table. The table measured approximately 60x60cm and was crammed in among others but large enough to accommodate the plain paper menu written in 9pt/10pt lettering attached to a wooden clipboard! As for the atmosphere, if there were music, it was drowned out the excessive din emitted from the word holes of pretentious clientele that filled the room. I can't comment on the food, which for what it was seemed overpriced for somewhere that resembled a basement canteen for students.
Overall, I was quite disgusted by the general apathy of the staff and blatant disregard for misleading the public. Consequently, when the waiter asked ‘what can I get you’, I replied ‘a taxi’ and left… through the crowded bar, by the toilets and pungent bins, equality!