The Real Food Café is a roadside diner situated half way between Glasgow and Fort William on the A82 at Tyndrum.
Our goal is make award winning fish and chips and our other traditional favourite food and drinks accessible to everyone in a welcoming and inclusive environment.
Open from 7:30am for breakfast and throughout the day for lunch, dinner or delicious homebaking and great coffee, seven days a week, all year!
Our freindly and well trained team look forward to welcoming you, your family and your dog if you have one, as they are part of the family too!
Getting hereFor further information on accessible travel in Scotland, go to Transport Scotland.
Travel by public transport
The Tyndrum Lower train station is 0.4km from The Real Food Cafe. Tyndrum Upper Station is 0.8km away up a steep hill.
Travel by taxi
Path to main entrance
Getting around inside
Real Food Cafe toilet
Place to eat and drink
Getting around outside
There are outside tables on the patio adjacent to the main entrance door which are fully accessible for wheelchair users, weather permitting!
Customer care support
Sockets provided under seating in dining area
Emergency evacuation procedures
Customer care support
We have devised a ‘Welcome Disabled’ Policy for our team to work in tandem with this Accessibility Guide with the aim of making the café a destination of choice for people with disabilities.
We aim to do this by educating and preparing our team in how to make disabled people feel welcome, safe and comfortable. We will ensure that our team are ready and able to do their best to help meet the individual needs of disabled customers so that they have a great experience at The Real Food Café.
Whilst we operate a strict no bookings policy the only exception to this rule is for customers with accesibility requirements.
We have a limited number of tables available for pre-arranged bookings and will hold the reservation for up to 15 minutes. The cafe gets very busy at peak times and so we would strongly recommend that you book in advance.
To book email email@example.com or call 01838 400235 or send a private Facebook message to the café.