I have eaten here once before and had a great experience so decided to take a friend from outside London for a second visit. Unfortunately the service was not as good as previously and the sommelier was just a bit too upbeat and intrusive. The food was as usual delicious but the evening was slightly spoiled by a couple blocking access to the unisex toilets for some time by having sex there. For a restaurant which purports to be serving 'haute cuisine' and is commensurately expensive, this was a great disappointment to us.
The term unisex public toilets , also called gender-inclusive , gender-neutral and mixed-sex or all-gender toilets, bathrooms or restrooms , or just toilets , refers to public toilets that are not separated by gender or sex. Unisex public toilets can benefit a range of people with or without special needs e. They are also valuable for parents who need to help their infant or young child with using the toilet. While the push for gender neutral bathrooms benefits a number of different demographics, it is driven by the transgender community to combat harassment and violence against these populations.