Biker Friendly Restaurant

Best biker roads in Scotland

Biker Friendly Restaurants like The Real Food Café in Tyndrum are opening their doors to bikers traveling through Glencoe to join us for a biking good feed.  Roll up, rock in and relax in our friendly atmosphere with award winning food and plenty of space for biker helmets, boots and bikes.  We offer free wifi, motorcycle maps, guides to the local area and a route planner to help you make the most of your route through the Gateway to the Highlands and find the best motorcycle rides.

Our Biker Café Specials include full Scottish breakfasts, fish and chips (or haggis!) and warming drinks from great coffee to delicious hot chocolates. We are also well known for our hearty home baking and Gluten Free from range.  We are open all day, from Breakfast to dinner.


Restaurants Near Loch Lomond

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We offer a slightly different option from other restaurants near Loch Lomond for biker friendly dining.  Extend your route just 18 minutes from Loch Lomond, through the base of the Argyle mountains, the entrance to Glencoe and you will find us. The best Argyll restaurant for miles around and just a stones throw from Callandar and Stirling.  We are on one of the top motorcycle and biker roads in Scotland for a day trip, looping around Scotland’s west coast. For those on a longer trip and looking for a top stop off, we are the perfect fuel up and feel good eatery.  Many of our biker friends stop off for a feast before or after a ferry crossing to Oban, Mull and the beautiful Mallaig or en-route to stunning Skye and Fort William

West Highland Way

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We are a designated stop on the West Highland Way, if you are following the road route by bike we are on the A82, Tyndrum’s High Street. Call us today on 01838 400 235 or email us here to find out more. One biker said “Super bikers stop, a great meeting place for bikers, without having to divert your route. Food is fantastic and the atmosphere warm and welcoming to bikers”.