The Pipers' Tryst

The Pipers' Tryst


0.5 miles
30-34 McPhater Street, Glasgow, G4 0HW

The Pipers’ Tryst is a hidden gem, situated in the heart of Glasgow city centre. It boasts a home-from-home atmosphere, and is a treasure chest of Scottish heritage, just waiting to be discovered.

The restaurant is ideal for many occasions, whether you’re looking to enjoy a morning coffee, a quick lunch or host a celebration with friends and family. Food is served in hearty portions and showcases local ingredients, offering diners a true taste of Scotland – enhanced by a modern flair. To complement the fare, the restaurant’s whisky shelf promises to impress. If whisky isn’t your tipple, the fantastic range of Scottish gins, each served with a bespoke garnish, may be more to your liking. Alternatively, treat your tastebuds to something from the hand-picked wine list, which focuses on both quality and variety. It’s not just the food and drink that reflect Scottish traditions, with excellent hospitality an intrinsic part of any patron’s visit to this cosy venue. The service is friendly yet efficient, meaning The Pipers’ Tryst ticks every box.

After enjoying a delicious tipple and a top-notch meal, why not explore The National Piping Centre’s museum. It is also housed within the Italianate church that is home to The Pipers’ Tryst.

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Opening Hours:
Mon:8am-11.30am, noon-3pm, 5pm-8.30pm
Tues:8am-11.30am, noon-3pm, 5pm-8.30pm
Weds:8am-11.30am, noon-3pm, 5pm-8.30pm
Thurs:8am-11.30am, noon-3pm, 5pm-8.30pm
Fri:8am-11.30am, noon-3pm, 5pm-9.30pm
Sat:8am-11.30am, noon-3pm, 5pm-9.30pm

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