IT SEEMS like only yesterday that food fans descended on Trinity Leeds to discover the shopping centre’s fancy new dining hall.
With pop-up street food vendors operating alongside permanent food offerings, it was something the city hadn’t seen before.
This weekend Trinity Kitchen turns two years old and is celebrating by bringing even more food vendors through its doors.
Since opening in 2013, around 120 street food vans have been lifted in, over 2.7million visitors have passed through its doors and more than 23,000 champagne corks have been popped.
To mark the occasion, even more street food vendors are arriving on Saturday, October 17.
The Crabbieshack will serve up shellfish dishes; Dim Sum Su will dish up Cantonese street food; KuKoos will offer
Moroccan-inspired food and Thrilla ‘n Vanilla is creating its own winter wonderland with quirky ice cream rolls.
BangWok will also be on hand, selling Thai street food dishes.