FANCY walking into Trinity Kitchen and just paying whatever you feel like for some food?
Well, now you can.
For one day only, four of its street food vendors are taking part in a ‘pay as you feel’ event.
Mama’s Jerk Station, Nelly’s Barn, You Doughnut and Busan BBQ are joining the Real Junk Food Project (RJFP) after being inspired by their cause.
The charity runs a cafe in Armley that takes leftover food items from restaurants and supermarkets and turns it into dishes for people who can’t easily afford a homecooked meal.
Visitors are asked to pay what they can, with some offering to wash up or do repair work at the site to pay for their meal.
Trinity Leeds recently waived RJFP’s fee so they could join the ranks at Trinity Kitchen, where they have made a staggering £23,000 to help save their Armley site from closure.
And now four fellow vendors are pledging to help recycle food waste too by taking part in the ‘pay as you feel’ day.
As they say, honesty is the best policy. So don’t be tight – cough up some cash and show some support for the event, which will be held on Saturday, February 7.