From some of the best steaks in Suffolk to a World War Two themed cafe, a street in Ipswich is fast becoming the town's number one food destination. 

Although technically two streets, St Nicholas Street and St Peter's Street together form one long stretch of road and it is home to an array of independent food businesses and bars and has a number of tasty offerings

One of those is Applaud Coffee, which offers a wide range of food and drink items including afternoon tea. 

The coffee shop is about to celebrate its 10-year anniversary this month and has plenty planned to celebrate the occasion

Opening in early 2023, St Nicholas Sandwich Shop has brought some mouth-watering creations to Ipswich.

'Home of the focaccia sandwich', anyone wandering through town in search of the perfect lunch should look no further than here.

The street is also home to a number of retailers like Loveone and The House in Town and has been relatively unchanged for centuries

Another great place to eat is The Grill at Twenty5 with its steaks and burgers and has made it a very popular destination for foodies. 

The Blitz 1940s Tea Room offers one of the most unique afternoon tea experiences in Suffolk

At the team room, Britain's wartime past is brought to life once again and the towers of scones and sandwiches are just as impressive as the decor.

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