Subway have provided an update after a fire suddenly destroyed the Paisley takeaway.

The fast-food giant has confirmed they will “remain closed until further notice” after the blaze caused significant damage.

We previously reported how the fire ripped through the building at around 8.40pm on Friday, June 2 on Causeyside Street.

The Gazette: The fire caused damage at Subway in PaisleyThe fire caused damage at Subway in Paisley (Image: Police Scotland)

Dramatic images revealed the destruction left inside the store with thick black smoke stains and broken furniture.

They also showed the restaurant in disarray as debris and ash were scattered across the fast-food branch.

The Gazette: Fire crews were seen fighting the blazeFire crews were seen fighting the blaze (Image: Sourced)

It comes after heavy smoke poured out of the takeaway shop, near to the Northern Way pub.

Bystanders were left horrified as mercy crews battled the fire with videos showing them frantically tackling the blaze.

The Gazette: The restaurant will remained closedThe restaurant will remained closed (Image: Sourced)

Now, a spokesperson for Subway said: “Following a fire on June 2nd, the Subway restaurant on Causeyside Street in Paisley will remain closed until further notice.

“Fortunately, no one was injured during the incident.

“We are working closely with the franchisee to help get them back up and running again soon.

“We currently do not have any further information on a reopening date.”

A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson confirmed they attended the incident in Paisley.