The Pipers’ Tryst: make a post-lockdown date!


As lockdown restrictions are eased further in Scotland, The Pipers’ Tryst – the National Piping Centre’s quality restaurant and hotel – will re-open next Thursday (16th).

A spokesman said: “In line with the Scottish Government’s latest advice, we have been busy making the necessary adjustments to the interior and to the menu. There is a smaller menu for now but it is jam-packed with the dishes that our customers tell us are their favourite dishes.

“We will be serving food all day from 8:00am-6:00pm.”

Menus can be viewed by clicking the images:

The new menu.

The hotel is also reopening and it, too, has been thoroughly and extensively cleansed to comply with the latest official guidance. In addition, a guest safety plan has been devised.

Bookings are being taken for both the restaurant and the hotel now. To make a restaurant reservation go HERE.

To make a hotel booking, go HERE.

Head Chef, Eddie Shaw, was voted Chef of the Year for the Glasgow and Clyde region at last year’s Scottish Hotel Awards.

The Pipers’ Tryst is located in Glasgow city centre, within the National Piping Centre’s headquarters in McPhater Street (at the top of Hope Street and across from the Theatre Royal). It is a Visit Scotland 4-star rated restaurant with rooms.

A fundraising evening for the Eilidh MacLeod Memorial Trust will take place on friday at The National Piping Centre in McPhater Street, Glasgow.
The National Piping Centre in McPhater Street, Glasgow. The Pipers’ Tryst is on the right.