Ipswich is full of a variety of wonderful restaurants but we asked our readers for some places they would like to see open in the town. 

Here are some of the most popular answers.

Five Guys

Five Guys is best known for its burgers, hot dogs, milkshakes and chips, which are fried in peanut oil.

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The company was founded in Virginia in 1986 by a family of a father and his four sons, hence the name 'Five Guys'.

Five Guys does not have any eateries open in Suffolk, though there are branches in Norwich and Colchester.

Plans were recently approved to open a Five Guys in Barton Mills. 

Turtle Bay 

Known better for its bottomless brunches a number of our readers would like to see a Turtle Bay open its doors in Ipswich. 

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The bottomless brunches include two hours of cocktails and prosecco, draft beers and mocktails. 

TGI Fridays 

Another popular restaurant on the list was TGI Fridays. 

They offer a number of iconic dishes including their glazed burger or cajun chicken pasta as well as the sesame chicken faithful. 

Yo Sushi

A number of our readers were begging Yo Sushi to open a restaurant in Ipswich. 

The authentic Japanese restaurant offers traditional sushi classics to innovative fusion dishes.

Pret A Manger 

Pret A Manger was another popular choice for the people of Ipswich. 

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The British sandwich and coffee chain has hundreds of shops across the country but is yet to open one in Ipswich.