Restauarant Closure - 09 Oct - 26 Oct 2020 Inclusive
Following the announcement of tighter restrictions in the central belt on hospitality venues, The Piper's Tryst restaurant will close from 6pm on Friday 9th October and re-open for dining guests on Tuesday 27th October.
The Pipers' Tryst Hotel will remain open for Bed and Breakfast accommodation, and The Bagpipe Shop at The National Piping Centre will still be open from 9am - 5pm 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!
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YOu can still come and stay at The Pipers' Tryst Hotel, with Bed and Breakfast available. Find our more at the link.
Please select from the following to view our range of menus:
- PDF - A la Carte Menu
- PDF - Breakfast Menu
- PDF - The Pipers' Tryst Drinks Menu
- PDF – Children’s Menu
- PDF – Private Party Set Menus
Our food charter means that we pride ourselves on sourcing the finest produce from around Scotland, including Ayrshire bacon, black pudding, Scottish grass-fed beef, as well as some of the tastiest haggis in the world! We make great effort to use the freshest seasonal vegetables, free-range Scottish eggs amd dairy from great local suppliers. Our food is seasoned with Hebridean Sea Salt from the Isle of Lewis and we use Perthshire rapeseed oil in our cooking and dressing.
The Pipers' Tryst restaurant opening hours
Monday - Kitchen closed. We will be serving tea, coffee and a limited range of cakes from 8am - 5pm.
Tuesday- Thursday 8am - 6pm (last orders)
Friday & Saturdays 8am - 7.30pm (last orders)
Sundays - Closed
Our talented chefs can tailor any of our food to suit your liking. We offer a special dietary menu however this is just a guideline.
You are welcome to discuss your dietary requirements with us prior to arrival or please ask for the manager when you are seated.
We aim to ensure all guests have beautiful Scottish, imaginary and creative cuisine so please ask about Gluten Free and Vegan menus upon arrival and we will be glad to help.
Wine, Beer & Spirits
We are lucky enough to be graced with amazing Scottish drink suppliers around the west of Scotland. The National Piping Centre enjoys supporting local and Scottish companies.
Our current wines are hand selected from small family run vineyards. We change our wine list twice a year and guarantee that the wines chosen are imaginative, delicious and there is something for everyone.
Our beers and ciders come from Scottish craft brewers only. We conduct staff tastings with each of the companies and we also open this up to debate with our Bagpipers and regular’s to ensure they are just right!
We currently have a love affair with Scottish gin and the way handcrafted gin-making is exploding in the UK. We feature gins from Islay, Harris, Strathearn, The Highlands and Edinburgh and ensure they are served with the best tonic waters courtesy of Fever-tree.
Feedback is very important to us and we use it to better our business, improve our service standards and also train our staff. If you’ve enjoyed your visit and have something to say please write us a review on TripAdvisor. It’s the world’s largest travel site and really helps to drive business to our little hotel and restaurant.
We would be delighted if you could review us on Tripadvisor.
If you’d like a personal response please send your feedback directly to the General Managers, Natalie Davidson and Caitlin Houston