A new Indian restaurant serving dishes in a fine dining setting has opened in a village near Norwich.

Bay Leaf Fine Indian Dining in Brundall welcomed its first customers on Wednesday, May 10, after weeks of preparation to get ready for the first night.

Eastern Daily Press: Inside the restaurant which opened in Brundall on May 10. Inside the restaurant which opened in Brundall on May 10. (Image: Bay Leaf Indian Fine Dining)

Owner Mohammed Nurul said: "I've been working in Indian restaurants for years while perfecting my cooking techniques.

"I decided I wanted to run my own restaurant - I started looking for the ideal venue for it and eventually settled for Brundall as I love the village."

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The restaurant has sizzling tandoori grill options including a sheek kebab and lamb shashlik - lamb with roasted onions, pepper and tomato - alongside curry options such as rogan josh and madras. 

The owners are now looking to continue their success after getting rave reviews from customers.

Mr Nurul added: "We feel charged up after our first night and our success continued over the weekend - we hope to carry on delivering what our customers want."