The team at a popular restaurant has issued an update after a fire forced them to close.

Raja Rani in Bearsden had to close on Sunday after a blaze broke out.

We reported at the time that six appliances were called to the scene to extinguish the fire, in which there were no injuries.

Glasgow Times:

Two days after the closure, staff informed their customers that they were working on reopening 'as soon as possible' as they assessed the damage.

They also thanked fire crews for their hard work in mitigating the incident. 

A spokesperson said: "Our beloved patrons, we would like to inform you that we are trying to reopen our restaurant as soon as possible; and we are assessing and taking stocktake of the damage and following all the guidelines to make necessary repair and maintenance before reopening the premise for all.

"Thank you so much to the front-line emergency service especially Scottish Fire and Rescue Service for mitigating the issue on Sunday.

"Very grateful to everyone who came forward and showed their support and sent good wishes towards our way."

Glasgow Times:

A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 11.48am on Sunday, October 22 to reports of a fire within a commercial premises on Kirk Road, Bearsden.

“Operations Control mobilised six fire appliances and one aerial appliance to the scene. "There were no reported casualties and crews left at 4.34pm after ensuring the area had been made safe."

Police Scotland said they attended to assist with traffic management while roads were closed.