It would depend on the details -- what exactly would you mean by "food for diabetics"?
I don't eat anything that is packaged, processed in a factory, contains grains, fruit juice, fruit puree, root vegetables, legumes, etc. I only eat low-glycemic natural foods (as in from nature, not from a "natural foods" manufacturer.)
For me, granola would be off the menu. Bacon only if it's nitrate-free. No bread, toast, or pancakes. I be interested in a fritatta or omelet made with eggs, vegetables and olive oil, but not if it was made with cheese, sour cream or bottled salsa. Sliced tomato would be great. Ketchup? No. A steak grilled with onions and mushrooms? Fine. Potatoes? No. A few orange slices? OK. Orange juice? Not unless I'm having a full-blown hypo.
I'm not trying to be discouraging -- go for it! But people who are on a low-carb diabetic program usually cook/eat at home for a reason: it's so hard to find food "out" that doesn't have grains, flours, starches, pureed fruit, potato, corn, peas, etc. added.
Having things weighed/measured in the kitchen would be GREAT, but only if I can eat it in the first place -- I'd need a complete list of ingredients to feel really relaxed and happy eating there.