Trinity Kitchen has welcomed five new street food vendors to curb cravings and satisfy tastebuds.
Taking over the array of bespoke street food vans for the next nine weeks are Hong Bao Asian Street Food, Eat Like A Greek, Tikk’s Thai Kitchen, Little Red Food Truck and Spuds ‘n’ Bros.
The five new arrivals have taken residence at Trinity Kitchen within a converted VW Campervan, a Citroen H van, a horse trailer, a shipping container, and a J7 van, which were installed at Trinity Kitchen earlier this year.
Hong Bao Asian Street Food will be dishing up an array of traditional Chinese dishes such as sizzling pork skewers, homemade vegetable tempura, and a variety of curry dishes.
Back by popular demand is Eat Like a Greek arriving with fresh, locally-sourced signature Greek dishes such as their delicious Greek gyros and souvlakia.
Tikk’s Thai Kitchen will also be making an appearance, with an authentic taste of Southern Thai street food. The menu will feature mouth-watering bao buns, with a choice of aromatic duck and hoisin, or crispy cauliflower and sriracha mayo fillings.
Guests can enjoy handmade burgers served in toasted brioche buns from Little Red Food Truck, with the choice of having their burgers gluten or dairy-free, as well as vegetarian or vegan options. Guests can also take their pick from the food truck’s range of refreshing beers and cocktails.
The popular Spuds ‘n’ Bros is also back, serving the traditional Canadian delicacy of poutine with a variety of different toppings and the option of gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian gravy.
Josie Towning, Food and Beverage Manager at Trinity Leeds, said: “We are excited to announce the latest line-up of independent street food vendors here at Trinity Kitchen, and we hope guests will continue to enjoy the diverse range of dishes on offer.”
The new street food vendors are trading alongside permanent eateries including Archie’s, Pho, Rola Wala, Tortilla, Pizzaluxe and Doner Shack.