Officially launching on 25th January to celebrate Burns Night, the menu features haddock and chips with homemade tartare sauce and mushy peas, alongside bite-sized Macsween’s Haggis and Charles Macleod of Stornoway black pudding.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One we had limited edition Real Food Café enamel pin badges made with a commemorative poppy incorporated into the name. The café sign also had a makeover for the occasion.
We’ll be collecting money in the café in donation canisters and for our limited edition badges, with 100% of donations going to Poppy Scotland.
Last year we won a Gold Award in the Fish and Chip category, and we’re up for the same award this year as well as being in the Crème de la Crème category for our Gluten Free menu.
The Amazing Women Awards, dubbed #50over50, were launched by Woman & Home Magazine to recognise and celebrate the achievements of amazing women over 50 across 10 categories.
The Scottish Thistle Awards are arranged by VisitScotland along with a number of food and tourism associations across the country, and find the best tourism businesses in five regions in Scotland which then go on to the national finals. For over 20 years the Scottish Thistle Awards has been recognising Scotland’s tourism talent in what is the Oscar’s for the industry, and we couldn’t be prouder to be involved.