A new food festival serving up flavours from all over the world is launching in Norwich.

The team from the Love Norwich Food blog has teamed up with Epic Studios to start the Epic Food Festival, launching this March.

The event is set to combine local street food kitchens serving up flavours from Trinidad to the Philippines.

The festival will feature a mix of vendors and artisan suppliers in a farmers market-style space, highlighting the county's local producers.

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Live cooking demonstrations will take place on the venue's main stage, with four sessions planned including demos from XO Kitchens chef Jimmy Preston and Geoff Mayers from Norwich Soul Kitchen.

Attendees can put their culinary skills to the test in a "Ready, Steady, Cook" inspired feature.

The event is organised by Zena Leech-Calton, the former chef, food tutor and writer behind the city food blog. 

Zena said: "Epic approached me around five to six months ago to potentially launch a new food festival.

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"I'm so excited to highlight the best Norfolk has to offer."

Norwich Evening News: Zena Leech-Calton from Love Norwich FoodZena Leech-Calton from Love Norwich Food (Image: Contributed)

She added: "It's the first time we've done this so if it's successful it would be great to put it on again!"

The festival is set to take place on Friday, March 29, from midday until 6pm.

Tickets are available now via the Epic Studios website with prices starting at £3.23 including booking fees.

Norwich Evening News: Epic Studios in Magdalen Street, NorwichEpic Studios in Magdalen Street, Norwich (Image: Epic Studios)