“3 statements: the hot smoked salmon and cheese mash main course was foodie heaven; the wait staff are charming & attentive; this £10 deal is overall just unbelievable value for money!! Go! Perfect, romantic, cosy and so ggggggood”

David – Dined March 2012

“Excellent three course meal with local, fresh produce. Frieindly service and excellent value. Go on, treat yourself, you won’t regret it.”

Ally – Dined February 2012

“This was our second visit with friends to the Pipers Tryst and the staff friendliness is second to none and the quality of food is excellent value for money.”

Anne – Dined January 2012

“Lovely traditional restaurant straight across the road from Theatre Royal. Very warm welcoming atmosphere, loved the decor and old pictures of bagpipers. Food was amazing – very high standard and at a reasonable price. Loved the traditional menu choice will definitely go back. Restaurant very cosy, pipe music very understated. Service was very efficient and not at all imposing or pretentious. Ask for the specials board.”

Mary – Dined November 2011

“Went along here for lunch. We both work in restaurants.Service was pleasant, food was good.We ate off the two course lunch menu and we had a few drinks.Had a dessert to share as well that was nicely presented.”

Claire – Dined August 2011

“We have often passed Pipers’ Tryst and wondered what it was like. Having tried it at last, we shall certainly come back. We dined pre-concert on the Celtic Connections Dine-Around offer, so it was a bit quiet when we arrived. Ambience was intimate and comfortable and this was maintained as it became busier. Staff were attentive but not overbearing. The food was tasty and well-presented; only small point was that the fish could have been warmer. We had booked 3 courses but could not manage the pudding. However we ordered coffee and this was included in the price, which was very fair.”

John – February 2011

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