Just like Kieran McKenna and Ipswich Town, Bury St Edmunds has become the perfect match for foodies. 

Whether the Town boss is yet to try the culinary delights of the jewel in the Crown of Suffolk is another question, but people are flocking to the west Suffolk gem to sample the very best of the county's food offerings. 

TikTok and social media account the Food Review Club has visited Bury on a number of occasions, with videos twice going viral due to how impressed they were with the food. 

Bury Mercury: Peck has seen a growth in sales after going viralPeck has seen a growth in sales after going viral (Image: Peck)

Both businesses, Edis of Ely and Peck, saw a huge upturn in sales after the visit, with the latter leaving the reviewer "perplexed". 

That is exactly why foodies love the town - and the surrounding area - there is something that will always leave you feeling like you have never tasted it before. 

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Bury Mercury: Zack Deakins' 1921 restaurant recently won three AA rosettesZack Deakins' 1921 restaurant recently won three AA rosettes (Image: Zack Deakins)

Fancy Greek or traditional Mediterranean food? You can head to The Olive Grove or Francela. Italian? Make sure you visit Rustico in Risbygate Street. A delicious burger? Queen's Bar and Grill in Churchgate Street has you covered. 

The love for Bury's eateries does not end there. Fancy an Indian takeaway? Or award-winning fish and chips? Street food? How about fine dining? There is something for everyone in the west Suffolk. 

If you are on the hunt for new culinary experiences, whether it may be pub food or fine dining, then Bury St Edmunds food scene will welcome you with open arms.