A £1.5million Brazilian barbecue restaurant is the latest eatery to open its doors at Trinity Leeds.
Cabana launched its first venture outside of London at the site on November 20.
The restaurant, which has created 60 new jobs, is one of the few remaining sites to be sold at the £400m development.
Trinity Leeds opened in March 2013 and is now 99 per cent occupied.
New additions include coffee company Caffe Nero, computer games store Trade Nation, home fragrance store Love Aroma, Doc Barnet’s barbershop, Hind beauty salon and DKNY.
This brings the total number of shops, bars and restaurants up to 120.
Around 500 additional jobs have also been created to help cope with the Christmas rush.
Paul Smith, marketing manager for Trinity Leeds, said: “The creation of over 500 Christmas jobs will be extremely beneficial to the economy over the festive period.”