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UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management: Student Accessibility Comments

Founded in 2000, Seito Sushi is local to Orlando, with two properties in the Baldwin Park and Dr. Phillips. The Dr. Phillips property is located in a shopping center near I4, with a Whole Foods and several other popular stores. The food is moderately priced, with a variety of alcohol offerings and extensive sushi menu. The restaurant is also well outfitted, with beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows, and modern furnishings. Unfortunately, there were a few accessibility concerns within the restaurant – in the restroom, a bench prevented a wheelchair from being able to turn 360 degrees, and some tables near the bar area were too high to be accessible to some travelers. There were a number of other accessible tables, however, both in the bar area and main restaurant. The wide spaces between tables allowed for easy movement, and there were no steps anywhere, including the entrance which was very convenient.

Dining Experience

Wonderful restaurant

Restaurant Entrance Accessibility

Step free or easy ramped entrance

Relatively level grade at entrance

Wide doorway entrance

Nearby Accessible Parking

2+ Van accessible parking spaces

Restaurant Overview Accessibility

Step free or easy ramps on main dining level

Many available tables

Wide clearance between tables

Bar Area: mostly high-top tables / stools

Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility

Step free accessible restroom

Wide clearances in restroom

NOT able to turn WC 360 degrees in stall

Grab bars in restroom stall

Additional Details

  • Type of Cuisine:Japenese
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    1 Review for Seito Sushi


    1 Reviews

    Great Sushi in an Upscale Restaurant

    Overall Restaurant Accessibility Rating

    4/ 5

    Restaurant Accessibility Rating

    4/ 5

    Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility Rating

    3/ 5

    Restaurant Dining Accessibility Rating

    5/ 5

    Restaurant Parking Accessibility Rating

    5/ 5

    My father and I recently dined at the Seito Sushi Dr. Phillips location, and greatly enjoyed our experience. When you walk in you immediately notice the beautiful decor, and thoughtful planning that went into the design. We went during happy hour, and enjoyed the pork belly bao bun appetizer greatly, as well as their drink selection – the moscow mule is delicious! We were also impressed with the accessibility options within the restaurant – there were no steps, and tables were wide set with no trouble moving a wheelchair between them. My only criticism was that the placement of a decorative bench within the stall prohibited movement of the wheelchair. Overall, we very much enjoyed our meal at Seito and were pleased with the ADA friendliness.

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