I have been in a physical rehab facility for the last month and still have multiple accessibility issues. I could find no wheelchair ramp and had to step up onto a curb with a walker assist. The door was not wide enough to comfortably manuever a full size wheel chair. I managed to use a walker to get to our table. The chairs were not at all helpful, having small seats and no arms. My husband had to bring in the wheel chair, semi closed, to allow me to use it as a seat. I did not try to use the ladies room.
That said, our waiter, Tony, was fabulous. I had already experienced people who spoke to my husband instead of me, actually refeffing to me as "she." "What would she like?" He made me feel like a whole person and it was heartening.
Finally, the food. I had the miso soup which was rich and flavorful without being too salty or too filling. We munched on a bowl of edamame which is a great, healthy alternative to bread or crackers. They were cooked to a perfect crunch. Finally, we ordered 4 different kinds of sushi and they were delicious. The fish was plentiful and fresh. The vegetables were crispy or creamy (avacado), and the chef had a perfectly light hand with the rice. I hope to go back again and again.