Street food shack hoping to open second takeaway in north Norfolk

Josh Birmingham New Street Cromer

Josh Birmingham (inset) is one of the owners of Fat Teds street food which is hoping to open a takeaway in Cromer. - Credit: Google Maps/Danielle Booden

A family-run street food shack is hoping to open a second location in north Norfolk.

Fat Teds, which already has a branch in Sheringham, has applied to North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) to change the use of a former fishmongers in New Street, Cromer into a takeaway.

Josh Birmingham, who co-runs the business, said: "The idea would be to mirror what we have in Sheringham with the goal that the additional branch will give us the space to extend our range of unique products."

Some of the food made by the team at Fat Teds Streat Food.

Some of the food made by the team at Fat Teds Streat Food. - Credit: Fat Teds Streat Food/MG Photography

He said Cromer is a location they have always seen as "another home for Fat Teds based on the demand we've had from numerous pop-ups, events and loyal customers in the town".

The menu is a combination of locally baked breads, salads, salad boxes and dirty fries.

The takeaway would be open all year round from 12pm to 7pm Sunday to Thursday and 12pm to 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

A decision on the bid is expected by May 26.