The latest street vendors to hit Trinity Kitchen this October
A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to get that chance to sample the latest offerings to hit Trinity Kitchen, Leeds. If you don’t know much about Trinity Kitchen Leeds, it’s essentially an eating experience with a difference! Street vendors, (you know them fancy ones you get at festivals?) rotate every six weeks. Allowing us lucky people of Leeds to try amazing new foods and flavours on the regular.
There’s also a few restaurants that call Trinity Kitchen their permanent home. Out of these, I really recommend you try to the Mexican…their naked burrito is amazing! Read on to discover more about the latest street vendors you’ll find in Trinity Kitchen throughout October…
What’s new at Trinity Kitchen?
Mendez Cuba, Drama Bites, Let’s Go Wild Boar, Steak Out, Tikk’s Thai Kitchen and Thai Khrim are the latest additions to hit Trinity Kitchen this autumn.
Mendez Cuba brings authentic Cuban cuisine to Leeds. Its menu has been created with 80-year-old recipes taken directly from the streets of Havana. Drama Bites offes 100% vegan Punjabi menu with a colourful explosion of Indian food and an amazing authentic taste, including veggie samosas, Aloo Tikki and gluten-free pakoras. All of their items are low calorie and packed with protein!
At Let’s Go Wild Boar, meat eaters can grab dishes including pulled pork boar burgers and succulent boar sandwiches with all your favourite toppings. Meat lovers will also be pleased to hear Steak Ou is returning, serving its epic 28-day matured steak sandwiches, from The Texan with BBQ sauce and smoked bacon to The Eiffel with garlic mayonnaise and crispy onions. Customers can also create their own fully loaded fries by adding their choice of topping for the ultimate feast. And who doesn’t love loaded fries?!!
Award-winning Tikk’s Thai Kitchenis also returning following popular demand. Showcasing Southern Thai street food at its best, the Yorkshire-based vendor will be featuring its famous dishes including crispy prawns, chicken satay skewers and beef massaman curry.
After continued success with shoppers, Thai Khrim, whose fresh, hand-crafted Thai ice cream is served with lashings of toppings. And not to mention, it’s super pretty!
What did I try?
I decided to try out Drama Bites and opted for their Vegan Thali. I’ve been a little bit more adventurous with food this year and find myself going for the veggie or vegan option more and more.
Both curries were super tasty, with my favourite being the lentil based. The onion bhaji and potato cake were great additions to the curry. And I didn’t feel that usual curry bloat…maybe because it was more protein based and lower calories than by usual veggie korma?
I can’t wait to go to Tikk’s Thai Kitchenis next and try their chicken satay and loaded fries. I’ll also be finally grabbing some ice cream from Thai Khrim!
Next time you’re in Leeds Trinity, make sure to check out Trinity Kitchen. It’s one of my favourite places to eat in Leeds!