A fish and chip shop is reopening under new owners who plan to introduce Korean-style fried chicken and other specials to put a personal twist on the traditional British cuisine.
Kong's fish and chips in Wymondham has been renovated and rebranded by sisters Kong Golke and Yin Yan Kong.
It was previously known as the Jolly Fryer.
Before taking over the fish and chip shop Kong Golke worked at the kiosk in Old Buckenham Country Park and she's hoping her hospitality skills will help her succeed in their new venture.
She said: "Our family has a history of being fishmongers, so when my sister recently moved from Hong Kong to the UK we realised we had the opportunity to start something together and opening the fish and chip shop seemed like the perfect fit.
"We're looking forward to the opening but at the same time, there's always going to be some nerves when starting something new.
"I'm such a people person and I'm so excited to see some familiar faces and get to know our new customers."
Fish and chip shop classics will be served alongside specials that the pair hope to introduce when the takeaway is up and running.
"I've been travelling all over the world and met some great people, and during my adventures, I learned how to make some Korean recipes," said Ms Golke.
Specials will include Korean-style fried chicken and homemade kimchi alongside other dishes.
Kong's Fish Bar will open at the beginning of October from Tuesday to Saturday each week.