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Mouthwatering treats galore are on the menu for visitors to Trinity Leeds this summer.

Four new street food vendors have opened for business in the shopping centre’s Trinity Kitchen area until early September.

Their stalls were moved into position using a specially-constructed hydraulic lift yesterday evening.

And centre bosses are confident the quartet’s tasty selection of grub will go down a storm with their customers.

Trinity Leeds marketing manager Paul Smith told the Yorkshire Evening Post: “Trinity Kitchen has diversified the city’s food and drink offering and we’re very excited to welcome the latest four additions which we think will be a huge hit with the people of Leeds.”

The new arrivals are:

* Chaat Cart, which is promising diners some of the tastiest Indian fare this side of Mumbai;

* Nasi Lemak Street Food, which serves up authentic Malaysian cuisine;

* Tru Street, a burger shack-cum-street food outlet offering a combination of eastern and western dishes;

* Shoot The Bull, which aims to bring “gastro restaurant style food to the street scene”.

Trinity Kitchen has had an ever-changing roster of street food vendors since it opened its doors in 2013.

The site played host to 55 temporary traders alongside its permanent eateries in its first 12 months alone, with vendors selling their wares in everything from garden sheds and a horse box to ice cream vans and ambulances.

Anil Stocker, CEO of MarketInvoice

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