Central Leeds: Trinity Kitchen lines up some old favourites

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Three new street food vendors that are pancake professionals, have secret family recipes and are all American are taking up a six-week residency in the Trinity Kitchen.

From this week, shoppers can get a taste of the Caribbean, the USA and the Netherlands with Big Grillie Style, Mama’s Jerk Station and Lekker Eat Dutch as the new rotation of vendors move in.

Big Grillie Style, serves American diner favourites from the classic grilled sandwich to burgers and fries.

Family run business, Mama’s Jerk Station is cooking up Caribbean street food and has food fans hooked on its home-made jerk BBQ sauce, made from a top secret recipe

handed down through generations.

And, Lekker Eat Dutch will satisfy a sweet tooth with waffles, mini pancakes and sweet treats topped with whipped cream and melted Belgian chocolate. Some old favourites are back at the shopping centre too.

Thai Khrim, serves hand-crafted Thai ice cream with a mountain of toppings and has proved such a hit that they will be staying at Trinity Kitchen for the next two change-overs.

The same applies for What The Truck, back for their third visit, serving up their legendary truffle fries and Philly cheese steak sandwiches.

Meanwhile, Chaat Cart returns with Indian street food including popular chicken kati roll.

Dan Wharton, Trinity marketing manager, said: “We have an incredibly tempting line-up of street food vendors and we’re sure they will prove a big hit with shoppers and food fans. It’s a pleasure to welcome back two vendors who have seen phenomenal success and it’s fantastic that a unique food and drink concept like Trinity Kitchen is still proving such a hit.”

Joanne Mjadzelics

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