Festive flavours for Christmas shoppers as new vendors arrive at Leeds Trinity Kitchen

Gilli's Gin Tin.
Gilli's Gin Tin.
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The latest rotation of street food vendors at Trinity Kitchen in Leeds has seen five new arrivals pitch up in the food court over Christmas and the New Year.

The new arrivals have now opened for business and will enjoy an eight week residency running until February 4.

They are:

Gilli’s Gin Tin

It has teamed up with Two Jays Catering to offer visitors an exclusive gin-themed afternoon tea.

With over 44 gins on offer – including 12 from Yorkshire – customers can sample many Yorkshire delights or gin-infused products, from Slingsby Rhubarb tarts to Wensleydale cheese and Raisthorpe Manor Gin Jam – all complimented with plenty of gin.

Trough Foods

It has also brought a Yorkshire twist to Trinity Kitchen, serving some of the finest Yorkshire meats from a converted horse trailer.

Their signature dish is the pulled pork roll – enjoy it plain or smother it in zingy BBQ sauce or festive spice with their homemade stuffing, the choice is yours!

Slap and Pickle

They have made a trip to the North, offering either a juicy burger or hearty hot dog with an eclectic line-up of homemade pickles, relishes and sauces.

For veggie lovers, the Vegan Chilli Cheese Dog is one not to be missed and you can wash it down with their signature pickleback shot or a ‘strange brew’.

Mr D’s Magnificent Pie Machine

This award-winning vendor has been impressing food fans with its handmade steak and pork pie meals all served from their distinctive pie truck – think Steampunk meets Willy Wonka and Wallace & Gromit.

This Christmas customers can try the Trinity Special Festive Feast.

Nelly’s Barn

Returning to Trinity Leeds from the field to the fork, Nelly’s van is back serving up the best of the West Country with delicious handmade burgers, sausages, bacon and cheese.

Current vendor Meli Patisserie is continuing its ‘Greek cake’ concept, promising another 8 weeks of sweet treats for hungry shoppers. And finally, Leeds-based BoozeHound brings world-class tipples that indulge the taste buds. Every beer featured on the menu is produced in Leeds and the surrounding areas.

Dan Wharton, Marketing Manager at Trinity Leeds, said: “What better way to carry out your Christmas shopping than with a selection of new street food vendors to whet your appetite. We are delighted to welcome our new arrivals to Trinity Kitchen and we hope our latest offering will see off the New Year in style.”

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