The Pipers Tryst is a traditional, intimate space just a short walk from Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street, situated next door to Cowcaddens Subway station.
This beautiful sandstone building houses a hotel and a piping school, alongside their fantastic restaurant. The sound of the pipes travels through the building, giving the restaurant a truly unique atmosphere.
The menu here is distinctly Scottish - cullen skinks, haggis, neeps and tatties and black pudding are all popular dishes in this tranquil restaurant. It’s hard to believe that the restaurant is attached to a hotel, due to the abundance of walk-ins. Not surprising, given what’s on offer; it’s hard to beat fresh Scottish fare at a very reasonable price.
The atmosphere is often buzzing, as regulars and visitors enjoy the fine fare the restaurant has to offer.
The Pipers Tryst is a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of Glasgow’s busy high streets; somewhere you can relax, enjoy a dram and listen as the pipes sing through the building.
The Pipers’ Tryst, 30-34 McPhater Street, Cowcaddens, Glasgow, G4 0HW