An up-and-coming street food vendor who has found great success in Suffolk is eyeing up an expansion into the Norfolk food scene.

Jamie Burgis launched WokWraps in Bury St Edmunds just four months ago with his own take on Chinese fusion wraps and has since gone from strength to strength. 

His food has been celebrated by TikTok star 'Big John' Fisher, who booked the company for a party at his house.

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Eastern Daily Press: WokWraps serve a wide range of different wrapsWokWraps serve a wide range of different wraps (Image: WokWraps)

The 24-year-old developed the idea while working as the manager of Top Garden, a Bury-based Chinese takeaway, where he learned the skills of the trade from "some top Singaporean and Malaysian chefs".

With his sesame chicken wrap and "wok crones" - a croissant stuffed with gelato and chocolate cream - a smash-hit, Jamie hopes to bring the tastes of the Far East to Norfolk. 

"We're looking for private events, weddings and venues in the Norwich and wider Norfolk area for the next year.

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Eastern Daily Press: Jamie Burgis, 24, started WokWraps just four months agoJamie Burgis, 24, started WokWraps just four months ago (Image: WokWraps)

"With the launch of our new menu and growing customer base, we hope to expand into the Norfolk and Norwich area soon.

"Our social media following has been really good so far, with 1,000 followers on Instagram and quite a lot of demand to open elsewhere."

'Big John', who has millions of views on TikTok, claimed the wraps were even a little too big for him when he praised the firm last month.