About The Pipers' Tryst
The Pipers Tryst one of Glasgows most oustanding restaurants
Friendly staff and very nice atmosphere in a lovely restaurant. We booked the fixed price pre-theatre menu and although not the biggest choice there was something for everyone in our party. The food was outstanding. Excellent quality, taste and presentation and I am quite sure that if you did not like the pre-theatre menu you would find ample choices on the A la Carte. I would most definitely recommend The Pipers Tryst to all. Can't wait to go back.
We can't wait to go back to Pipers' Tryst
Excellent meal while waiting to go on to theatre, staff very attentive food was fab. Very classy restaurant but prices were very reasonable would definitely recommend to family and friends can't wait to visit again we were a party of eight and everyone loved it.
Friendly Scottish restaurant in the city centre
Located in the Cowcaddens area of Glasgow city centre, The Pipers’ Tryst is a cosy Scottish restaurant in the National Piping Centre on McPhater Street. The converted church also houses a museum and heritage centre as well as a bagpipe shop, and is a popular venue for weddings and events. The restaurant is handy for the nearby theatre venues as well as Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall, so is ideal for a pre-show meal or intimate dinner. With a modern decor and a welcoming ambience, The Pipers’ Tryst showcases quality Scottish dishes made with locally sourced produce.
A relaxed dining experience & something for everyone
The restaurant’s menus offer enough variety to cater to all tastes, and offer a children’s menu for younger diners. Haggis, naturally, is often on the menu and served with neeps and tatties – vegetarians can even get in on the action with a lentil & bean version of this famous dish.
Other Scottish favourites on the menu can include items like the macaroni cheese (with Arran cheddar & roast cherry tomatoes, or bacon & spring onions); the fish supper with hand cut chips, mushy peas & tartare sauce; the cullen skink soup; and those with a sweet tooth may leap at the chance to try Scotland’s traditional dessert, cranachan.
Close to Cowcaddens Subway, nearby city centre parking
The Pipers’ Tryst is on McPhater Street within the National Piping Centre in the city centre of Glasgow. At the northern end of Hope Street, the restaurant is a 5 minute stroll from Cowcaddens Subway station with Buchanan Bus Station also a short distance away. Both Queen Street and Central train stations are around 15 minutes from The Pipers’ Tryst, and paid off-street parking is available across at Cambridge Street car park beside the Thistle Hotel.