A mobile street food business run by a Norfolk chef has undergone a rebrand as its popularity continues to grow. 

Dave Carter, who lives in Frettenham, started Feast in 2020 when the restaurant he was working at was shut during the Covid lockdown. 

He had wanted to take the leap and be self-employed for a long time and it is a move that has paid off. 

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Fast forward to 2024 and he serves California-style burritos across Norfolk and beyond - from pubs and holiday parks to major festivals. 

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Feast has now been renamed Surfing Sombrero, which coincides with a larger van upgrade to meet demand. 

Mr Carter said: "When I first started, I was popping up in villages and wanted to be quite open with the variety of food. 

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"Since then, the menu has focused on burritos and I wanted a new name that reflected that."

With the extra space in the new van, he planning to offer nachos and loaded fries with Mexican-style toppings at some events.

Mr Carter's wife Blaze has The Original Grinder in a converted horsebox serving coffee and cakes, with a regular pitch at Holkham Hall.