Tasty Thai treats and mini ovens

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five new street food vendors, including a Leeds favourite have started an eight-week residency at the Trinity.

The first for food fans is Baked in Brick with marinated chicken dishes cooked in a wood-fired oven on the back of a 1964 Mini Cooper with a grill under the bonnet.

Chowdown Streatery joins the line-up, offering American-style street food including the chilli dog and Chowdown Burger.

Persian Kitchen are arriving in Trinity Kitchen for their first residency, bringing tastes of Middle Eastern cuisine.

Meat lovers will be pleased to hear Steak Out is coming back to Trinity Kitchen, serving sizzling steakhouse style dishes on toasted brioche rolls. Options range from The Texan with BBQ sauce and smoked bacon to The Eiffel with garlic mayonnaise and crispy onions.

Local favourite Sela Bar will also be serving up their famous grilled cheese sandwiches with a range of toppings that will satisfy even the fussiest cheese fans.

And after a huge success with shoppers in Trinity Leeds, Thai Khrim, whose hand-crafted Thai ice cream served with lashings of toppings has proved such a hit that they are staying at Trinity Kitchen for a third change-over.

Dan Wharton, Marketing Manager at Trinity Leeds, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome new vendors Baked in Brick, Chowdown Streatery, and Persian Kitchen who will be serving up unique food in our equally unique venue.

“It’s also great to welcome back Steak Out, Thai Khrim and Sela Bar, who have all proved to be a big hit with hungry shoppers.”

The new arrivals will be at Trinity Kitchen until October 15 alongside permanent outlets Chicago Rib Shack, Chip + Fish, Duck ’n Roll, Pho, PizzaLuxe, Rola Wala, Tortilla and Oh You Pretty Things.

Paula Dillon, President of Leeds Chamber Commerce.

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