A west Suffolk café that was recently named one of the best in the UK for brunch has unveiled a new all-day menu.

Folk Café in Fornham St Martin, near Bury St Edmunds, has been featured in an article by The Times in which the best brunch spots around the UK were chosen by top chefs in the region.

Chef James Carn from Lark in Bury St Edmunds chose the café because of its "fantastic vibe, great interior and wonderful service".

The café has since launched a new 'all-day menu' which combines the previous breakfast and lunch offerings on the old one. 

There are some new additions as well: diners now have the option of fries topped with either garlic mayo and parmesan or nduja sausage, hot honey and parmesan. 

There is also a new part of the menu from which diners choose first their base, a sandwich, toastie, salad, toast or jacket potato, and then choose their filling from a choice of seven options, including sweetcorn fritters with tomato salsa and rocket. 

Many of the popular brunch items remain the same. 

Folk is open from Monday to Saturday, 8.30am to 4pm, with the kitchen closing at 3pm.