A Norwich food court has just introduced a new local trader to the mix, who is offering a range of Tex-Mex dishes. 

Shaun Wright, 43, has launched Togo's Street Eats, named after his dog, at Castle Social on Level 3 of the Castle Quarter.

Mr Wright, who has previously worked as a chef at city favourites such as Zaks and Mambo Jambo, is serving burritos, rice bowls, enchiladas, quesadillas, tacos and nachos.

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The menu also includes hot dogs, chicken portions with a choice of sauce, baguettes, sourdough rolls and children's meals, with desserts coming soon. 

Norwich Evening News: One of the dishes from Togo's Street Eats in NorwichOne of the dishes from Togo's Street Eats in Norwich (Image: Sonya Duncan)

He said: "I wanted to create another choice for people at Castle Social and so far customers have enjoyed the food and said it is a good price with quick service."

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Gemma Hyde from the Castle Quarter said: "We’re excited to welcome Togo’s Street Eats to Castle Social at Castle Quarter, bringing the mouthwatering taste of Mexico to Norwich. 

"Castle Social is a place where people can tuck into delicious food from local independent street-food vendors."

Castle Social is open daily from 11am.