The first new street food vendors of 2018 arrive at Trinity Kitchen this weekend as Dapur Malaysia, Pavs Dhaba, Christopher Gowan’s Steak Sandwiches and Wagyu Lookin’ At? get ready to serve up delicious new dishes from Sunday, February 4th!
Trinity Kitchen’s latest additions will take residency for seven weeks, alongside current vendors Slap and Pickle and Mr D’s Magnificent Pie Machine.
Pavs Dhaba will be dishing up traditional Indian food. If you’re feeling peckish, grab some veggie pakoras, or if you’re in the mood for an Indian street food feast, go for a combo plate for a little taste of everything.
Dapur Malaysia will brighten up shoppers’ lunch hours with their vibrant Malaysian street food. The team takes inspiration from their mother’s cooking and their time growing up in Malaysia, drawing on Malay, Chinese and Indian cooking techniques and recipes. Try the beef or chicken rendang, which is stewed in 18 different spices and served with coconut rice.
Slap and Pickle is continuing its stay at Trinity Kitchen, as their delicious burgers, hearty hot dogs and homemade pickles and sauces have proved a big hit. Veggie lovers can opt for the Vegan Chilli Cheese Dog – make sure to wash it all down with their signature pickleback shot or a ‘strange brew’.
Award-winning vendor Mr D’s Magnificent Pie Machine is also staying after impressing food fans with its handmade steak and pork pie meals all served from their distinctive pie truck – think Steampunk meets Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!
Christopher Gowan’s Steak Sandwiches will offer mouth-watering options for meat lovers. The Leeds Festival favourites use top quality steak and bacon sourced from Dunwood Farm in Staffordshire. The bourbon steak sandwich and chimichurri fries are definitely worth a try.
Wagyu Lookin’ At? puts Yorkshire Wagyu meat at the heart of its menu. With generous burgers topped with free range smoked Yorkshire bacon and secret burger sauce, it’s no wonder they’ve been finalists at the British Street Food Awards for the past three years.