Picture of the accessible entrance of Rolltation

2291 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4P 2C6

Rolltation is a bustling joint at the heart of Yonge and Eglinton that specializes in sushi burritos. You can choose from a variety of pre-designed burritos or you can build your own by choosing your base, protein, veggies, sauce, toppings and crunch. Rolltation also offers poke bowls, salads and rice burgers to cater to a wide variety of tastes and styles. Rolltation has a hip and urban feel with neon lights, black iron pipes and groovy music.

Rolltation’s entrance has two single 36.5” doors with automatic openers separated by a vestibule. The entrance is threshold free and there is sufficient space to maneuver mobility devices from the entrance to the counter and cash register. The flooring is level with tile throughout.

Picture of standard height tables at Rolltation

The restaurant offers a variety of seating options for larger and small groups. There are standard 28” high pedestal tables with removeable chairs as well as bar height seating options with stools.  

Picture of counter at Rolltation

Rolltation’s menu is featured above the counter and food selection/preparation area. The menu is easy to understand with step by step instructions for customizing one’s own burrito, poke bowl, salad or burger. The menu features black font on a stylish light wood background. The offerings are also available for viewing and selection at the counter. The menu is easily accessed online for those who prefer an electronic format.

Picture of accessible washroom at Rolltation

The accessible private washroom has a door measuring 37” wide with an automatic door opener. Once inside there is a button to lock the door as well as an emergency button. The toilet has a horizontal grab bar behind it which is 37.5”” high and an “L” shaped diagonal grab bar to the left which measures 29.5” high. The floating sink is 29” high and has an open space underneath it.

Rolltation is just steps away from the accessible Eglinton subway station. Despite current congestion in the area due to the Crosstown construction, sidewalk access is still accessible with some temporary asphalt added where needed.