Opening Hours changing for The Pipers' Tryst & New Teaching Options
The Pipers' Tryst restaurant opening hours are changing from Monday 14th September!
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
We are part of "Super September" where we are extending the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. To ensure you still get three days of 50% off your food bill, from 14th September we have moved it to Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays! Join us then and get 50% off your food and non-alcoholic beverages bill up to the value of £10 per person!
We have also updated our guidelines on dining seating after the First Minister's announcement on 10/09/2020. From Monday 14th Sept, our maximum table size will be 6 people, from 2 households. If you have a table booked which is more than this, then unfortunately we won't be able to seat you as these rules are a legal requirement. This guidance of 6 people includes children, prams, highchairs and those not eating as they take up a space at the table. These rules apply to both indoor and outdoor seating. We remain a 1m plus restuarant so tables will be at least 1m apart at all times.
We also require guests to wear a face covering at all times when not eating or drinking. This includes on enterig and exiting, moving around the room and going to the toilets.
Find out more and book a table here
The National Piping Centre building will still be open 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday, with The Bagpipe Shop available for walk-in customers during this time. The Pipers' Tryst Hotel will also continue to welcome guests every night, so you can plan a city break staycation with us.
All our teaching is continuing online for the next while. With a new term of new & improved Evening Classes starting from Saturday 26th September and taking registrations until 19th September, our NPC Adult Autumn Online Gathering taking place from 2nd - 5th November now taking enrollments and The CLASP announcing its weekend workshop in October here, there are still many ways you can take piping lessons this Autumn.