Glasgow's 'oldest Indian restaurant', the Koh I Noor, has closed its doors for good.

The Charing Cross restaurant is a favourite for curry fans across the city, with the news hitting hard with locals.

In a Facebook post on Thursday afternoon, the owners said:  “Unfortunately The Koh I Noor is closed permanently.

"Thanks everyone for your kind words and wishes. But not in my control.

"Please remember me and my family in this extremely difficult time.”

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The Koh I Noor has been seving Indian cuisine since it opened in Gibson Street in Kelvinbridge in 1964.

A number of fans commented on the post to share their heartache.

One Facebook user, Alifrae Galae, said: "So sorry to hear that, hope all is ok! 

"This place has been such a massive part of my family’s past, you will be sorely missed!"

Derek Orr added: "So sorry to hear that Glasgow's great curry house is closing its doors for good.

"Many a big name star entered those great doors.

"You will be sadly missed".

A third, Richard Galloway, said: "Very sorry to hear this news.

"Been a regular visitor to the restaurant over the years when visiting Glasgow and two things I was always assured of were great tasting food and a very warm welcome."