/ Dietry Requirement Food Places in Scotland
I'm enbarking on an adventure around Scotland, this time with a few friends who have dietry requirements (specifically gluten an lactose but I guess this is a good place to start a general thread). Can anyone recommend places (fish and chip shops, pubs etc) that cater for this?
The Real Food Cafe in Tyndrum does really good gf fish and chips.
Its not something I personally look for but I'm fairly sure the Real Food Cafe in Tyndrum have everything meticulously labelled which I don't think the website shows for some reason (its not as good as it used to be but still above average).
Edit - Well thats Tyndrum sorted then...
edit : the worry is , that beyond tyndrum one is f£&ked
What about the mountain cafe in avimore ? I'd be suprised if they didn't make an effort .
I don't think you'll have much trouble. Even the far North of Scotland is washed with tourists in the summer and gluten and lactose are pretty common intolerances. Most places will be able to cater for them and it's a good few years since it was a legal requirement to inform consumers of known alergens in ingredients. I worked in a small independently run cafe up North about 10 years ago and we had some gf options and alternative milk then, things are much better now.
> What about the mountain cafe in avimore ? I'd be suprised if they didn't make an effort .
Your biggest challenge there won't be dietary requirements but getting a seat!
The Wildcat Cafe in Fort William is excellent.
Aviemore Mountain Cafe has plenty of options too.
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