An award-winning street food firm is taking over a seaside kitchen for regular pop-up evenings.
The Gangway in Cromer's Church Street has announced it will welcome The Cabin for a kitchen takeover every Thursday from October 12.
Justin Unsworth launched The Cabin in early 2018 and it quickly became popular for its Asian-inspired tacos and dishes.
It very recently won a Norfolk Food and Drink Award in the Street Food Vendor category and the business has seen a boost in interest ever since.
Mr Unsworth said the pop-up menu will be "an extension of the tacos with South Asian fillings" with a particular focus on "small plates and small bowls with all the influences I treasure so much".
Guests can enjoy dishes such as Korean hot wings, Vietnamese chicken meatballs and sticky pork belly with jasmine rice.
Logan Smith, general manager of The Gangway, said: "There's a good market for this in Cromer - Justin's done a few pop-ups and they've always done really well because there's not too many places doing this kind of food around here.
"It'll help bring people in as the cold weather creeps in and the days are getting shorter - we want to make sure people have things to do in the winter."
The pop-ups will take place from 5pm to 8pm every Thursday from October 12 and will run on a walk-in-only basis.