A Glasgow takeaway has been forced to shut after the ground floor went up in flames on Saturday. 

Garngad Takeaway on Royston Road has announced they will remain closed at least until the end of this week. 

Nobody was injured in the blaze and staff and patrons are all "safe and accounted for". 

(Video: Piers Doughty-Brown)

Emergency services were rushed to the scene just after 2.30pm. 

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A statement on the shop's Facebook read: "We are sorry to announce that Garngad will be closed for the remainder of this week and possibly longer, due to a fire that occurred in the shop earlier this afternoon.

"All staff and those that were in the shop are safe and accounted for.

"We apologise to our customers for this inconvenience and hope to open again very, very soon. Stay safe."

A spokeswoman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirmed to the Glasgow Times crews are still at the scene. 

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She said: "We were called to a fire on Royston Road at 2.38pm. It is a fire in the ground floor of a takeaway and seems to have been an oven on fire. 

"The fire has now been extinguished."