Firefighters were called to tackle a blaze at an Ellesmere Port restaurant yesterday (Sunday, September 25).
Three fire engines from Ellesmere Port and Chester were called to The Galley restaurant, near the National Waterways Museum on South Pier Road shortly after 7.20am after it was reported to be up in flames.
The fire is thought to have started in a storage area.
A Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesman confirmed no casualties were reported as a result of the blaze.
“The call was reported at 7.21am on Sunday at a single storey building,” the spokesman said.
“One hose reel jet, two breathing apparatus, one covering jet, one large fan and a thermal imaging camera were used to tackle the fire.”
The Galley posted an update on their Facebook page yesterday, saying the restaurant would be open for business again on Tuesday (September 27).
The statement said: "Due to a small fire in a storage area this morning, we aren't able to prep for opening. The restaurant and kitchen were unaffected and we will be open as normal from Tuesday. Apologies for any inconvenience."