Bagpipes, haggis and eternal optimism when it comes to football are all key aspects of the Scottish identity.
Discuss all three over a sharing platter of fine Scottish produce and a glass of wine in the suitably Caledonian surrounds of Glasgow’s National Piping Centre.
Founded to promote the study of the Highland bagpipes, the Centre is home to The Pipers’ Tryst, a cosy restaurant specialising in Scottish ingredients.
Perfect for a light bite or lunch; a catch-up with a friend or a shopping trip break, this offer is the ideal way to see just how good the atmospheric Pipers’ Tryst on McPhater Street is.
Available Monday to Saturday, at lunch and in the evenings, the offer is for two people to share a fantastic Scottish platter as well as enjoying a glass of wine each.
Of course, there is also the option to have a soft drink or tea/coffee rather than wine.
If the Piping Centre exists to encourage people to play the bagpipes, then the Scottish platter is designed to showcase the best of Scotland’s culinary heritage.
The Scottish platter consists of the following treats:
Rustic bloomer and salted butter
Smoked salmon with lemon and caper dressing
Tattie scone with black pudding
Mini mac ‘n’ cheese
Pine nut and balsamic salad
Arran cheddar and mini oatcakes with red onion marmalade
Over 300 customers have reviewed The Pipers’ Tryst through 5pm and the brasserie has earned a great combined rating of 4.2/5. With it’s spot-on use of Scots, we liked this pithy review:
‘Cosy lunch on a dreich day! Delicious Scottish platter, especially the haggis.’ Rating 4.8/5