The latest Trinity Kitchen street food line-up!
10 May 2015 - 14 June 2015
Rain, sun, rain, sun… We can't guarantee the weather but we promise to keep your hair dry and your appetite whet with our new batch of street food traders, with us from 11th May – 14th June.
All five street vendors get dramatically lifted into the 1st floor kitchen by the specially constructed hydraulic lift. Join the conversation at #TrinityKitchen
The Taco Train has arrived from Leicester with Tom from Smoqued Food cooking up street tacos, tostadas and salads for your tasting pleasure. Flavours include oak smoked pork belly, Korean beef rib, lamb belly, soft shell crab and crispy cauliflower and panko.
Meet Frank (or Tim, to us) is a specialist in hand-made, gluten free hot dogs made of free range pork or prime beef cuts, either oak or beech smoked with only natural casings for that perfect bite. These dogs can be topped with homemade and homegrown toppings including dill pickles, chilli & caraway sauerkraut, butter & thyme fried onions, sauces and dried crispy onions.
Sai is a third generation street food trader who you may recognise from Masterchef in 2012, where she made it from 20,000 entrants to the final 24! Sai and James return to Trinity Kitchen with their famous, fragrant Thai curries. Try a classic Thai Green Chicken or Vegan Yellow Curry, or go all out with Pan Fried Duck with Thai Red Curry and Jasmine Rice, washed down with a Singha beer.
Sunshine is never far away when you have Sugar Dumplin’s Caribbean BBQ and Rum Shack in the house. Expect some spicy delights including BBQ chicken glazed with green chillis and mango, sweet potato fries, curried goat with rice and peas and a fiery rum punch.
The Bourneville Waffle Company – from Bournville, funnily enough, serve freshly baked light and fluffy Belgian Waffles from their cute retro caravan. Jenny and her partner Paul keep their waffles topped with a variety of locally sourced and homemade treats, such as brownies, honeycomb, fudge, ice cream, sorbets, whipped double cream, fresh fruits and a lot of chocolate. Mine’s a Rocky Road.