New flavours for the new year at Trinity Leeds

INSPIRED: This dish from Dapur Malaysia is influenced by native cooking.
INSPIRED: This dish from Dapur Malaysia is influenced by native cooking.
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The Trinity is set to tempt the tastebuds of hungry shoppers and city centre workers as it announces the first new round of pop-up street food traders for 2018.

Four new food offerings will join current pop-ups, Slap and Pickle and Mr D’s Magnificent Pie Machine in Trinity Kitchen.

From Malaysian curries to Yorkshire burgers there is enough world inspired cuisine to keep you going back for more over the next seven weeks.

Dapur Malaysia will brighten your lunch hour with vibrant street food, taking inspiration from their mother’s cooking and time growing up in Malaysia. Try the beef or chicken rendang, which is stewed in 18 different spices and served with coconut rice.

Pavs Dhaba is dishing up traditional Indian food. Veggie pakoras are recommended for a quick snack, or if you’re in the mood for an Indian street food feast, go for a combo plate for a little taste of everything.

Christopher Gowan’s Steak Sandwiches, which you may have tried at Leeds festival, has mouth-watering options for meat lovers. The bourbon steak sandwich and chimichurri fries are definitely worth a try.

And using local produce is British Street Food Awards finalists, Wagyu Lookin’ At? Burgers are topped with free range smoked Yorkshire bacon and a secret sauce.

Dan Wharton, marketing manager at Trinity Leeds, said: “It’s a new year and a new start for Trinity Kitchen.

“From Malaysian curries to mouth-watering Yorkshire Wagyu burgers, there’s something for everyone, whether you’re popping in on your lunch hour or just taking a break from shopping.

“It’s always a pleasure when street food vendors choose to stay on and we’re sure food fans will be delighted to see Slap and Pickle and Mr D’s Magnificent Pie Machine sticking around.”

Gareth Yates, Commercial Partner at Ward Hadaway

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