Know what’s better than fish and chips?
Beer-battered fish and chips, obviously.
And know what’s better than beer-battered fish and chips?
That’s right — beer-battered fish and chips with a bottle of Prosecco to wash it all down.
If your mouth is watering at the very thought, then get your mitts on this Big Deal for a fizzy fish supper for two at The Pipers’ Tryst restaurant in Glasgow’s theatre district.
Prosecco fish supper
This Big Deal is for two people to enjoy a beer-battered Fraserburgh haddock supper for two with a bottle of Prosecco to share at gourmet Scottish restaurant, The Pipers’ Tryst.
This meal will come with those all-important sides of hand-cut chips, mushy peas and tartare sauce. You can also swap your fizz for two soft drinks each if you prefer.
The offer is available Monday to Saturday until 31st May 2019, with both lunch and evening meal options available. Dining times will be from noon to 2pm and 7.15pm to 8.15pm.
Dine in a converted church
The Pipers’ Tryst is a modern and welcoming Scottish restaurant in the National Piping Centre at Cowcaddens.
The converted church building also houses a hotel, museum, heritage centre and bagpipe shop, meaning you could soak up a bit of Scottish culture alongside your meal.
The restaurant is a short stroll away from the main city centre shops and is easy to reach from both Queen Street station and Cowcaddens underground.
Close to entertainment venues
The Pipers’ Tryst has always been a popular spot for people heading to the nearby Theatre Royal. It is also handy for Cineworld, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, the CCA and the GFT.
So if you fancy the idea of a fizzy fish supper before a show or a film, then grab this offer while you can.
As mentioned, TripAdvisor users have lavished praise on the The Pipers’ Tryst. Here are some examples, edited for shortness:
‘We stayed for 5 nights in The Pipers’ Tryst Hotel and ate two dinners there – the first, out of curiosity, and the second because we realised this was the best food we’d had in Glasgow! They have a terrific chef, and each night we ordered his/her special. And it did not disappoint. The prices are moderate, and because it’s quite small, the dining is quiet and comfortable. We would definitely return the next time we are eating in Glasgow!’
‘Dined here twice in space of a few days. In both cases the food & service was exemplary. Good to find somewhere in Glasgow that actually serves good Scottish dishes to a really high standard…’
‘Trusty Tryst. Whether it is a business dinner, family celebration or a true tryst, this is the place to have it. Lovely food and beautifully presented.’
Go on, treat yourself
Now that the weather is getting better (fingers crossed), it seems like exactly the right time to enjoy fancy fish and chips in a gourmet restaurant.
Available until the end of May and with a cheeky bottle of Prosecco thrown in, this haddock supper for two would be great to pair with a shopping spree, film or show.