A new vendor has come to the Darlington indoor market shortly after its previous occupier left the venue.

Harry’s Burger Joint opened inside the market on Thursday (April 4) in place of Spud Gun Fries, which left the premises on March 31.

The eatery is an evolution of ‘Burger Sides’ which formed as part of a collaboration between Harry’s Doughnuts and SiDEs.

The business will use produce and meat sourced from the market’s other traders, including JJ Blair Greengrocers and David Jackson Butchers.

A spokesperson for the market said they were overjoyed to have the vendor join their list of businesses in the market.

They said: “We're incredibly happy to have Harry's join the Street Food Hall, and have no doubt of their success.

“The owner, Ory, has a real passion for food and its quality, provenance, & locality.

“His use of suppliers within the market such as JJ Blairs Greengrocers and David Jackson Butchers not only ensures the freshness and authenticity of his food but also greatly helps support the market as a whole.

“The Street Food Hall is an incubator for new businesses to develop, and Harry's is the latest to start their journey!"

The business offers smash burgers, loaded fries, and tater tots for customers to enjoy.

A spokesperson for the market said Harry’s launched alongside the Misfits Alternative Night Market on Thursday (April 4) – adding its debut was a “roaring success.”

The business has appointed previous Spud Gun Loaded Fries chef Jon as the manager of the new venture.