Trinity Kitchen is re-opening with new safety measures at Trinity Leeds as lockdown restrictions are eased – with hand sanitiser points, comprehensive cleaning routines and new queuing systems introduced.

The new safety measures, which also include socially-distanced queuing systems, signage and floor stickers, have been implemented in accordance with Government guidelines, allowing visitors to drink and dine in a safe, stress-free environment.

Trinity Kitchen favourites including Absurd Bird, Doner Shack, Pho, Pizzaluxe, Rola Wala and Tortilla are now open, and guests have the choice of either taking their food away or eating in designated seating areas, which have been re-arranged and spaced according to social distancing guidelines. Cleaning staff will also remove rubbish and clean tables after use.

David Maddison, centre director said: “Safety is our number one priority at Trinity Leeds, and we’re excited to welcome back visitors to Trinity Kitchen where they can eat, drink and relax in a safe environment.

“Hand sanitiser stations are available throughout Trinity Kitchen to use before and after your meal, and our robust cleaning schedules have been increased. Each vendor will also have designated entrance and exit points and waiting areas, and tables will be wiped down before and after every use.”

Similar safety measures are in place throughout Trinity Leeds, with bars, restaurants and cafés adhering to their own strict rules and procedures. As well as Absurd Bird, Doner Shack, Pho, Pizzaluxe, Rola Wala and Tortilla, other bars, cafés and restaurants open at Trinity Leeds now include:

The Alchemist
Crepe Affaire
Krispy Kreme
Mr Pretzels
YO! Sushi