Thousands of people descended on the Bury St Edmunds Food and Drink Festival to sample a mouth-watering menu of activities.
The two day annual event’s crowd-pulling recipe catered for all tastes with displays by nationally renowned chefs and local businesses plus an array of attractions and stalls.
Spreading from the arc shopping centre to Angel Hill highlights included a Mexican-themed chilli festival, farmers’ market and world market.
Scores flocked to demonstrations by top chefs Aldo Zilli and Mark Poynton as well as restaurants and eateries such as Gastrono-Me, Maison Bleue, Pea Porridge and the Angel Hotel.
Bosses at Bid4Bury which organised the festival - now in its second year - say another one is now in the pipeline.
Chief executive Mark Cordell said: “It went superbly. We took it to another level this year extending slightly with more stalls.
“There were so many happy faces and lots of people commented on the lovely atmosphere and the great variety of stalls.
“The demonstrations were really well attended. The weather made a big difference.
“As always we will go over it and see if we can do anything better.”