A MUCH-LOVED Glasgow restaurant has announced it will re-open for singer Ed Sheeran's upcoming Hampden gigs. 

Frosoulla's, a Greek restaurant based in Battlefield, previously teased that they would be reopening soon after months of operating a food to go system for most of the pandemic.

Now they have confirmed that they will open as a sit-in restaurant again for two days when singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is performing at the nearby Hampden Park as a preview opening. 

The Bad Habit singer plays on June 16 and 17.

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Frosoulla's posted photos showing off their restaurant with a new makeover and ready for business.

They advised customers that places would be 'limited' and to call to book.

They will also be providing a set menu for the two-day event. 

One excited customer commented: "Passed last Saturday, looking good. Can’t wait to come back."

Another said: "Loving the new look can't wait to return."

While another wrote: "So happy you are opening up again we will see you soon."

Tables can be reserved by calling 07887528490.