A new street food hall will open in one of north Norfolk's tourist hotspots.

The venue on the top floor of the Pop Inn Cafe will have seven vendors selling different types of street food.

Planning permission was granted for the 168-seat eaterie in March this year at the location which also houses the Playland leisure area.

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The cafe and its arcade - which are Grade II listed - stand on the corner of Freeman Street and Beach Road, at the western corner of the harbour.

Owner Amanda Weston said: "Customers will be in a casual environment and be able to buy food and drink, while enjoying the beautiful surroundings of the venue and all that Wells-next-the-sea has to offer."

There will also be a roof terrace which will give views of the harbour and coastline.

The seven kitchens will serve a mix of food from Indian cuisine, burgers, breakfasts, vegan options , Mexican food and Italian pizzas.

Groups will be able to order from different kitchens, following similar models seen at food halls like Yalm, in Norwich city centre.

The opening date is yet to be announced.