The latest round of street food pop-ups have added a little ‘ooo la la’ at Trinity Kitchen.
Brand new to the foodie floor is Chez Joel bringing French cuisine to Leeds for a luxury lunch.
Tuck into beef bourguignon, gallic-style burgers and signature marinated roast chicken.
Joining them this week is street food the way it is done in Hong Kong from Dim Sum Su which specialises in steamed buns, handmade dumplings, crispy wontons and pork bello bao.
Yorkshire-based, family-run business HECK! is serving Heck Dogs, veggie power bowls, and its signature ‘Chicken Meatzza’ loaded with pizza toppings.
For all the vegans, Wanderer Junk Food returns for another stint cooking up cauffalo wings, ‘Chilli Chease Dogs’ and other dirty food with a clean conscience.
Chaat Cart is a family business serving dishes created by memories of their travels and family traditions from the south of India where savoury snacks are sold from roadside food trucks.
Thai Khrim ice-cream is also staying for another stint.
The new line-up comes as Trinity Leeds announces it is launching one of the biggest event spaces in the city, where businesses can hire its street-food experience for networking events, company celebrations or drink receptions for up to 1000 people.
Michelle Rennoldson, Corporate Sales & Events Manager said: “The vast space coupled with the street-food experience, provides a completely unique offering for business in Leeds, for award evenings, product launches or company get-togethers.”