The price has been slashed on a 'Glasgow institution' restaurant after it was listed for sale after 25 years.

Renowned city chef Derek Marshall put seafood eatery Gamba was put on the market back in November, having opened the venue in 1998.

We previously reported that the restaurant was listed for offers over £230,000 - however, over three months on it is now being marketed for an asking price of £195,000.

The sale of Gamba is being handled by Jonathan Clough of Smith and Clough, who describe the restaurant as a 'long-established and extremely reputable business' as well as a city 'institution'.

With a prominent city centre location on George Street, Gamba can seat 60 covers and also has a separate bar area. 

From the city's East End, Derek left school with no qualifications and joined a youth training programme which then took him on a culinary journey to the Channel Islands, the French Alps and Spain.

His time working in kitchens overseas led Derek back to Glasgow and he worked as a head chef at Rogano and Papingo in the early 1990s.

Motivated by his love for seafood, he opened Gamba and the restaurant recently celebrated its 25th anniversary.