Ribeye steak with sides for 2
Bottle of wine to share
Scottish restaurant in the city centre
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The term ‘hidden gem’ can be a little overused at times. But we reckon that The Pipers’ Tryst truly deserves that description.
Based in a converted church that is now the National Piping Centre, the restaurant serves gourmet Scottish cuisine in an atmospheric setting. Maybe that’s why so many TripAdvisor users have given it rave reviews after stumbling upon it.
So if you are scratching your head trying to think of a gift for the foodie in your life, then look no further than this Big Deal for a steak meal for two with a bottle of wine.
Restaurant in a converted church
- The Pipers’ Tryst is a cosy and welcoming Scottish restaurant in the National Piping Centre at Cowcaddens. The converted church also houses a hotel, museum and heritage centre as well as a bagpipe shop, meaning there is plenty of tartan chic.
- The restaurant itself is decorated in a modern style and showcases quality Scottish dishes made with locally sourced produce.
- This Big Deal is for two people to enjoy a 8oz ribeye steak with a house bottle of red, white or rosé to share. Your steak will come with the accompaniments of hand-cut chips, grilled mushroom and tomato with a pepper sauce.
- You can also swap your wine for two soft drinks each if you prefer.
- This offer is available on selected dates from January to April, with lunch and early evening meal options available.
Handy city centre location
- The Pipers’ Tryst is very easy to get to, even if you are travelling from outside of Glasgow.
- Both Cowcaddens underground and Buchanan Bus Station are a short stroll away, while Queen Street and Central train stations are around a 15-minute walk. Pay parking is available nearby on Cambridge Street.
- The restaurant is also close to the Sauchiehall Street shops and Buchanan Galleries shopping mall.
As mentioned, TripAdvisor users have lavished praise on the The Pipers’ Tryst. Here is a recent review, edited for shortness:
‘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….’