The world's largest naan bread has been created by Honeytop Speciality Foods to celebrate the launch of Brewers Fayre's curry nights.
The record-breaking naan was 10ft by 4ft and has a total area of 40 sq ft - the equivalent of 167 normal size naan breads - and took bakers over five hours to make and 8 staff to carry.
The beast of breads was made using an authentic naan recipe including yoghurt, ghee and Kalonji seeds and weighing more than 40kg and cooked in a specialist tandoori-style oven with the capacity to cook an authentic bread of such magnitude.
The giant naan is believed to have smashed the previous record set by Asda and baked by Honeytop in 2004 which measured 7.7ft by 3.3ft.
The naan was later devoured by the Brewers Fayre team, who admitted: "We can't think of a more fun way to launch our curry nights."