Have you ever been with your friends or family, desperate to go somewhere to eat but you just can’t agree on where?
Once you find the Trinity Kitchen, you’ll never have that problem again.
The eye-catching Trinity Kitchen is an extraordinary, vibrant mix of restaurants, bars, street vans and most spectacularly, culture. It’s an atmosphere that has to be felt to be believed as each place creates a unique buzz, each bringing food and drink from their nationality. From Italian to Indian, American to Vietnamese – Trinity Kitchen gives you a diverse selection of food.
But! There’s so much more than just food. It isn’t just an average shopping centre food court that combines generic takeaways and fast food chain-stores, it’s an exciting, one-of-a-kind festival of food. Upon first look, it immediately expresses its individuality. You see street carts, an exciting selection of street art, metal bars hanging from the ceiling and a range of places to sit; benches, booths and tables.
A stand-out attraction is the Vietnamese restaurant Pho. They specialise in great value Vietnamese food and drink which includes Asian curries, salads, noodles, juices and beers. As one of the few Vietnamese places in Leeds, it offers a special experience for anyone looking to try something new. But if oriental food isn’t your thing, there are several other food carts and bars each with their own different selling points.
Name a nationality and chances are you can delve into it and get a taste of their food and their culture. Chip and Fish is a typical British fish and chip shop with a fantastic twist as you can get various types of fish including lobster and salmon. Another personal favourite of mine is Rola Wala; they fuse spices, salads, chutneys and fresh ingredients to bring Indian Street Food to Britain and they are a fantastic part of the Trinity Kitchen.
But the thing that really differentiates Trinity Kitchen from the crowd is the ever-changing street carts. Every month new ones are added just so you can try new food and new cultures and these constant changes mean the regulars can always try something new. You can get hot dogs, burgers, haggis – you name it! The vegetarian’s favourite is Manjit’s Kitchen; they bring Indian vegetarian food and snacks from the streets of India to Leeds, mixing Punjabi styles and classics from across India. With plenty of character, Manjit’s creates a fantastic atmosphere and serves superb food.
When Manjit’s Kitchen first joined Trinity Kitchen, the owner said that he wanted to “meet the people and create the vibe. You won’t be buying food from an unhappy member of staff on less than minimum wage being fleeced by a multinational take away joint – I will be there cooking, serving and chatting – it’s what I do.”