Trinity Leeds is kicking off 2017 with new flavours and dishes with real flair. In total, five vendors will be setting-up shop at Trinity Kitchen for the next eight weeks, serving a diverse selection of cuisines such as Polish, Scottish and Yorkshire Tapas.
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Old Granary Pierogi - @pierogihereford
Old Granary Pierogi will be dishing-out authentic, delicious and homemade Polish Pierogi - similar to dumplings with various tasty fillings. Expect other authentic Polish dishes like Kopytka (Polish Gnocchi) and soups with fresh sourdough bread.
The Allotment Catering - @allotment_eats
With dishes that would delight even the most committed meat-eaters, The Allotment Catering will be cooking veggie food that packs a real punch. All served from a mobile shed, diners can tuck-in to their choice of veggie burgers, wraps and halloumi fries.
The Haggis Man - @wearehaggisman
Don't worry if you missed Burns Night on January 25th, The Haggis Man will be whipping-up tasty Scottish dishes for the next eight weeks. From traditional haggis, neeps and tatties to haggis toasties. The Haggis Man will be turning a true Scottish classic on its head.
Nelly's Barn - @NellysBarn
Nelly's coming with a Cider barn, straw bales and the tastiest 28 day dry-aged Burgers this side of Glastonbury. Expect some unique and original Vegan Burgers and the best Cheesy Chips made with Cider and Vintage Cheddar.
The Pickled Porker - @pickledporker
Yorkshire locals, The Pickled Porker are bringing their low and slow classics to the people of Leeds like their Yorkshire Wagyu Burgers and Hickory Smoked Brisket, all served with traditional roasties or fries.