Tyndrum cafe launches gluten-free fortnight

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The Real Food Cafe at Tyndrum has achieved an A grade as a Coeliac UK Accredited Caterer for the fifth consecutive year.

The cafe has been serving gluten-free dishes for the past decade which includes their popular gluten-free fish and chips.

From October 13 to 27, the cafe will hold its inaugural gluten-free fortnight. During this two-week event, it will be launching a new and improved gluten-free batter mix, made in Glasgow by Goldensheaf Batter Mixes, who make the regular batter mix the cafe has used since it opened almost 15 years ago.

Additionally, every customer who orders a standard or large portion of gluten-free fish and chips during the fortnight will be offered a complimentary tub of curry sauce.

Other gluten-free items will be trialled on the menu including, Macsween haggis, tofu marinated in chipotle Tabasco and smoked sausage and chips.

There will also be a range of puddings and cakes, such as sticky toffee pudding with ice-cream and a raspberry and lemon yogurt loaf cake.

As this is the cafe’s first gluten-free fortnight, it will ask customers for their feedback. All customers who complete a questionnaire will be entered into a prize draw for a hamper of Real Food Cafe favourites.