Trinity Kitchen Has New Vendors

Trinity Kitchen has announced an exciting line-up of street food vendors, including Korean corndogs – a unique new offering for Trinity Kitchen.



Guests can explore a huge range of options from the new vendors, including: Otherside Fried Chicken, Wagyu Lookin’ At?, Return of the Mac, Bao Machine and Clapping Corndog. The newcomers will be taking over the iconic converted VW Camper Van, Citroen H van, horse trailer, shipping container and J7 van. The new arrivals are available to try now at Trinity Kitchen for the next nine weeks.

Clapping Corndog

Clapping Corndog is bringing Korean corndogs to Trinity Kitchen with a choice of deep-fried corndogs with melt-in-your-mouth fillings including sausage, sausage and mozzarella –  and even an ‘all cheese’ option. Choose from sriracha, ketchup or mustard to be drizzled over the top.

Bao Machine

Meanwhile, foodie favourites Spuds ’n’ Bros and Luigi Street Food have joined forces to bring guests the Return of the Mac, serving up mouth-watering mac and cheese dishes.

Wagyu Lookin At?

If you fancy trying a Wagyu Burger, now’s your chance. Wagyu Lookin’ At? will be joining the line-up, bringing Yorkshire wagyu burgers and a choice of sides.

Otherside Fried Chicken, Photograph by Mark Wheelwright

Finally, but not least, Otherside Fried Chicken are dishing up their very tasty fried chicken burgers and fried chicken (sourced with care) with a choice of sides.

Josie Towning, Food and Beverage Manager at Trinity Leeds, said: “We are so excited to introduce our new line-up of street food vendors, who all offer something unique and different, so there’s something for all guests to enjoy at Trinity Kitchen.”

The new arrivals will be trading alongside permanent eateries including Archie’s, Pho, Rola Wala, Tortilla, Pizzaluxe and Doner Shack.

For more information, visit www.trinityleeds.com.

Main image: Otherside Fried Chicken. Photograph by Mark Wheelwright.

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