Brand new vendors Pietanic, Nelly’s Barn, Dumpling Dumpling, The Pickled Porker and Belles of Harrogate are arriving at Trinity Kitchen just in time for the festive season!
Taking residency for the next seven weeks (from December 10th), the street food vendors will be offering delicious, unique dishes to busy shoppers and party-goers over the Christmas period.
Nelly's Barn- @nellysbarn
Nelly’s Barn will be swapping their West Country farm for a stint in Leeds, serving up dry-aged, locally-sourced burgers with all the toppings. Hungry customers can tuck into their signature cheese burger which uses 28 day, dry-aged beef and mature cheddar cheese for an authentic British taste.
A new addition to Trinity Kitchen will be Pietanic, which reinvents the classic pie and transforms it into a moreish treat. There are plenty of options, with a range of fillings and sides. Make sure to try their signature dish – the bacon cheeseburger pie
Dumpling Dumpling- @dumplingx2
Isle of Wight-based vendors Dumpling Dumpling will also be joining the line-up, offering Asian-inspired dumplings. Their menu aims to celebrate the unique, delicious flavour of the dishes they grew to love during their time in China, and features a variety of sweet and savoury dumplings, including vegan and vegetarian options, plus their popular Asian street fries.
The Pickled Porker- @pickledporker
Lastly, Yorkshire-based vendors The Pickled Porker are back to serve up locally-sourced smokehouse classic dishes, such as their hickory-smoked brisket bun. The British Street Food Award finalists use a 12-hour smoking process to achieve delicious, pull-apart meat that will satisfy every hunger.