Don’t let the cold weather or the dark nights dampen your mood. Be sure to duck into Trinity Kitchen to experience the host of new vendors on offer for you to try.

Kerb Edge

Leeds is firmly establishing itself as the burger captial of the North. The latest brand to contribute to the Leeds burger revolution is the award winning KerbEdge. Burgers are all home made and carefully created using 100% chuck steak from local Limousin cattle, all meat is of the highest quality and supplied from the award winning Riverside Butchers of Stamford Bridge, East Riding of Yorkshire. 

Tea On Toast

For those looking for comforting street food, look no further than Tea And Toast. Their warming dishes include their famous veggie bacon roll with melted mozzarella and the region’s tastiest cheddar toastie with a range of toppings.

Bangers And Bacon

This trader has some of the best musical puns for their tasty offering. From classics such as ‘Mush Pea Love’ (Ciabatta bun served with smoked treacle ham, mushed peas, and mint sauce) to ‘Don’t Go Bacon My Heart’ (Corn bread, double bacon chop, mustard pickle, and slaw’), the dishes are sure to be culinary classics!

Quinoa Caravan

This local street vendor brings fresh, healthy and tasty Quinoa pots and other veggie delights to Trinity Kitchen for the first time, just make sure you pronounce it right… it’s ‘kinwah’! 

Fire And Salt BBQ

Journeying across the Pennines from Manchester, this street vendor will be bringing the best American deep South BBQ to Leeds! Sure to fill Trinity Kitchen with salivating smells, they will be serving up sticky pulled pork, ribs and brisket served with a number of tasty sides. 

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