Indian street food vendor Rola Wala igniting Trinity Kitchen with healthy meals fuelled by spice

The founder of street food vendor Rola Wala is on a mission to "ignite spaces with incredible Indian flavours".

Sunday, 30th May 2021, 4:45 pm

Australian-born Mark White was inspired by his travels across India, tasting street food in Kolkata backstreets, Bombay beaches, and Keralan waterways.

Mark created Rola Wala to bring the vibrant flavours of his travels to the UK, setting up a permanent eatery in Trinity Leeds' street food kitchen in 2015.

It offers naan rolls and rice, cauliflower and salad bowls packed with flavour - all under 500 calories

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Mark White, the founder of Leeds street food eatery Rola Wala

Customers can choose from a range of meat and vegan fillings including Rola's chicken tikka, red channa dal and the new 'meatball' rogan josh - a vegan dish in collaboration with Meatless Farm.

There are up to 43 different ingredients in every dish, creating a balanced and healthy meal which is fuelled by spice.

Rola Wala is located in Trinity Kitchen which has now reopened its indoor seating area, and offers delivery with Deliveroo.

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Rola Wala's vibrant meals are under 500 calories