A new fish and chip shop is serving up two British classics in one place with its 'High Rollers' wraps. 

Superfry, run by Steve Temple and Wayne Doherty, has opened in Beach Road in Caister.

The chippy's 'High Rollers' have three filling options to choose from, with roast beef, roast chicken or chicken curry served in a huge Yorkshire pudding with all the trimmings.

Anya Lee-Temple, who runs the shop's social media, said: "It's been so busy since we opened, we're happy as we're getting great feedback from everyone that tries the food.

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"We wanted to do something fun but also keep it traditional. We'd tried Yorkshire pudding wraps in other parts of the country but realised there wasn't anything similar on offer in the area, so we started making the High Rollers."

Eastern Daily Press: Traditional fish and chips available at SuperfryTraditional fish and chips available at Superfry (Image: SuperFry)

Eastern Daily Press: The team at Superfry, on the far left is Steve Temple and right is Wayne DohertyThe team at Superfry, on the far left is Steve Temple and right is Wayne Doherty (Image: SuperFry)

Eastern Daily Press: A mural inside Superfry in CaisterA mural inside Superfry in Caister (Image: SuperFry)

Superfry also has your tasty fish and chip shop classics including cod, fish cakes, chicken nuggets and scampi - served with a sizzling portion of golden chips.

Mr Temple has plenty of experience in the industry as he used to work in a fish and chip shop with his mother.

The shop, which has a retro 70s disco theme, is open seven days a week from 11.30am until 9pm.