JKS Restaurants lost £1.52m in estimated damage and £2.43 in lost income as a result of the fire at Gymkhana.

Damage of the flagship Indian restaurant, which reopens later this month, was covered by insurance, with £2.6m of proceeds received so far.

The carrying value of the assets damaged will be impaired in 2019, accounts filed for parent company Yum Midco show.

Meanwhile, the accounts show the operator of Brigadiers and Hoppers renewed its £5.17m revolving credit facility, with the loan maturing on February 2022.

It raised £1.35 investment from directors to fund new sites in 2019, with £400,000 already repaid.

The company also raised additional loans of £1.26m from third parties in 2019.

Operating company Yum Midco reported turnover nearly doubling year on year to £20.9 in 2018.

Though £18m in administrative expenses and £4m in exceptional items led to overall losses of £6.2m, which are attributable to parent company Yum Topco, registered in the Cayman Islands.