A popular Glasgow restaurant has cut its prices to celebrate its 20th birthday.

Mother India is serving its authentic Indian dishes to customers at the same prices they would have been on March 17, 2004 when it first opened.

The West End institution is running the offer today only, March 17.

Manager Asif Ali told GlasgowLive: "We've brought our prices down to be the same as those on the day we opened - which means everything is about half price.

"We wanted to do it as a thank you to the people of Glasgow who have supported us over the years.

"We hope it'll be busy and we will see old customers and new ones alike.

"We are going to have a bagpiper and some music inside as well. It's going to be a nice day to celebrate all we have achieved here and the memories that we have made and shared with those who have dined here."