Nonya, which opened in Finnieston in Glasgow last year, has just announced that it is to close its doors with immediate effect.

The casual dining restaurant and cocktail bar which served authentically flavoured Thai, Malay and Chinese dishes, using quality Asian and local produce was a hit thanks to its flavourful dishes, lunchtime deals and innovative cocktails.

Posting on their Facebook and Instagram page today, the staff said: “It is with great sadness and a very heavy heart that we must inform you Nonya shall cease to trade with immediate effect.We have unfortunately succumbed to the current financial climate and our restaurant and bar are not financially viable.

“We had some great times and we hope you have had too. We are unfortunately not in a position to make any refunds at this point in time. But that does not mean to say the company will not be able to in the future.

“We fully understand how disappointed you will be and apologise sincerely for the current situation. Thank you for you loyalty, support and custom.”

Fans replied expressing their sadness with one Facebook user, Karen O’Donnell replying to the post saying: “Sorry to hear this, absolutely loved this place! Really was somewhere that stood out in Glasgow for all the right reasons!”

Graeme Mackay added: “Rough news team! One of the most exciting openings of recent times in Glasgow, with banging drinks to boot. You’ll be sadly missed and I hope you can reincarnate elsewhere.”

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