A new American-style chicken wing restaurant offering fast food fans a taste of eight unique flavours has opened its doors in a west Suffolk town centre for the first time.
Top G Wings welcomed its first customers into the newly renovated 42 St Andrew's Street in Mildenhall, formerly home to En-Thai-Sing restaurant, on Tuesday.
The restaurant is the brainchild of long-time friends Shaz Begg, 42, and Paul Stannard, 45, who began renovating the premises in August.
Mr Begg also owns Gandhi in Mildenhall, which is one of the oldest Indian restaurants in East Anglia under the ownership of one family.
At 12pm on Tuesday, Mildenhall mayor Ian Shipp cut the ribbon to the new premises and the first customers were served.
Top G Wings offers wings and chicken strips with eight flavour options including buffalo, garlic parmesan and naga chilli, as well as burgers, fries and vegan options.
Before the opening Mr Begg said he had several friends visiting from outside the county for the launch, and everyone was very excited.
"I think locally everyone has been waiting for something like this because it is something really different," he added.