If there’s one thing I love more than restaurant reviews, it’s discovering new street food. I even have an Instagram account, travellingtofindfood, dedicated to the street food we find on our travels. So Trinity Kitchen, in Trinity Leeds, with its revolving street food vendors that change every month, is somewhere I try to go to a lot when I’m in the city. I was pleased to be asked to come and try out the Trinity Kitchen Leeds February new vendors a couple of weeks ago and wanted to tell you guys about the food we tried.
The new vendors are in Trinity Kitchen for seven weeks from Sunday 4th February, so you still have a good three weeks after this post goes live to go and try them out. They are: Dapur Malaysia, Pavs Dhaba, Christopher Gowan’s Steak Sandwiches and Wagyu Lookin’ At? and there’s also Slap and Pickle and Mr D’s Magnificent Pie Machine who have been there a little longer.
We were given a gift card to spend on food and could choose two meals each, so we plumped for the Malaysian food first. We both chose a chicken dish and it was really nice-quite hot, but there wasn’t a huge amount of sauce so I could cope with it. The rice was coconutty and lovely and really helped cool the dish down a bit. Both of us enjoyed this although I only ate half, to save space for the rest of the food I knew I’d be trying.
Deb’s second dish was a burger fromWagyu Lookin’ At. I can’t remember which one she chose but I know she enjoyed it, though it was too pink in the middle for my liking.
My second dish was steak with cheese and chips, from Christopher Gowan’s Steak Sandwiches. The cheese was the perfect accompaniment to my steak and the chips were cooked well, fluffy in the middle and crunchy on the outside. I’d have this again for sure.
*Our four meals cost us £30, which was paid for by Trinity Kitchen in return for writing this post. As with all posts on this blog, all thoughts, words and opinions are my own.
Have you been to Trinity Kitchen? Do you like street food?