From lamb tagine to pumpkin curry, the autumn menus at Trinity Leeds are alive with vibrant colour and flavour-packed treats. Find out which dishes we rate at this eclectic range of eateries.
Rosa’s Thai Café
When we fancy something warm and spicy, Rosa’s red curry with butternut squash, bamboo shoots and basil really hits the spot. Order some pumpkin crackers to dip in it – you can thank us later.
We’ve been eyeing up the pies at The Botanist this month – with a choice of braised lamb or mushroom and squash, they’re packed with autumnal flavours and will leave you feeling like you’ve had a good ol’ feed.
Fancy transporting yourself to Morocco for lunch? The lamb tagine at Giraffe, with pumpkin seeds, pomegranate, toasted bread and coconut yoghurt, will take your taste buds there at least.
Pumpkins aren’t just for Halloween – they’re for curries too. This vegan twist on the classic katsu is sweet and crispy and tastes great washed down with a cold bottle of Asahi Japanese beer.