Sir Rod Stewart was pictured donning a Celtic tie at a plush restaurant in Glasgow this week.

The 79-year-old music icon dined at GLASCHU in the city's Royal Exchange Square.

Announcing his visit, the eatery said the star was an 'esteemed visitor' to the venue.

Meanwhile, in true Rod fashion, the Hoops-daft singer wore a Celtic Football Club tie.

Revealing the star's visit, the restaurant said the English-born legend enjoyed their Appletini featuring his very own Wolfies Whisky.

A spokesperson for the venue said: "We welcomed an esteemed visitor to GLASCHU this week, Sir Rod Stewart was a fan of our Appletini featuring his very own Wolfies whisky, his parting words: 'I wouldn’t ever change a thing'.

Fans of the icon flocked to the post's comments to share their excitement about his visit.

One said: "Legend."

Another wowed: "Lovely restaurant."