The Pipers’ Tryst restaurant, one of Glasgow city centre’s leading restaurants, has revised its opening hours in light of tighter restrictions placed on Scotland’s hospitality industry announced yesterday by Scotland’s First Minister. The restaurant will close temporarily from tomorrow and ropen in just over a fortnight.

A spokesman for the National Piping Centre said, “The Piper’s Tryst restaurant will close from 6.00pm on Friday, October 9 and re-open for dining guests on Tuesday, October 27.

“The hotel will remain open for Bed and Breakfast accommodation.

“The Bagpipe Shop at the National Piping Centre will remain open from 9.00am-5.00pm Monday-Friday. Our venue team will also still be on hand to answer enquiries, help with wedding planning and special events enquiries.

“We look forward to welcoming you back here for our fantastic Scottish food (with an all-new menu too!) as soon as we are able. Thanks for your support. Stay safe!”