A restaurant is celebrating once again after winning a prestigious award for its menu. 

Each year hospitality magazine The Caterer hosts The Cateys, an award ceremony that celebrates some of the finest places to eat across the country. 

It awards restauranteurs who are setting a new standard in the hospitality industry. 

Lark in Bury St Edmunds took home the award for menu of the year

Describing the west Suffolk restaurant, the magazine said: "The menu of the year has had rave reviews for its local produce, friendly service and contemporary cool dishes, not to mention its golden-crusted signature pie."

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Founded by James Carn and Sophia Carn in 2022, the menu at Lark regularly changes with the seasons and sometimes even daily.

The restaurant has shared its joy over the award on social media and said: "So incredibly happy and proud. Thank you for every single person at Lark for making it happen."

It is not the first piece of national acclaim for Lark, as earlier this year it was named one of the best in the UK by Conde Nast Traveller.