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Sushi has to be one of my lunchtime staples, I love the stuff, and would happily eat it everyday. For me (maybe not my bank balance) and many others in the office where I work, the news that Wasabi was opening was of great comfort to us all.

I was lucky enough to get a year’s worth of sushi*. The only issue was that I queued for so long I had to go back to the office empty handed 🙁

Anyway today I was determined to get my sushi fix.

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Pho – Vietnamese street food

A few weeks ago I went to the soft launch of Trinity Kitchen in Leeds and even then I could feel that this food hall was going to be like no other. Along with four different street vendors that change monthly, there are seven permanent restaurants.


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Trinity Kitchen

When I was about seven the Food Hall at the Pavilions in Birmingham opened. I remember how exciting the prospect of eating food from around the world was, I loved my Lemon Chicken Stir Fry (with chips) and warm Crepes with cream for dessert.

Now, over two decade later the humble food court has been in dire need of a makeover, the last Food Hall I went to was a sea of uncomfortable plastic chairs and a very poor food offering.

Trinity Kitchen promises something a bit different so I went for a sneaky peak to see what me (and my inner seven year old) thought of the place.


Trinity Kitchen aims to be a ‘unique mix of vibrant restaurants and street food vans’, yes street food indoors! Every month a selection of five vans are lifted into the hall to join the seven permanent restaurants.

This month’s visitors, every veggies favorite, Leeds based Manjit’s Kitchen, Katie and Kim; Winners of the British Street Food Awards 2013, The Marvellous Tea Dance Company (also Leeds based), Italian Street Food from Gurmetti and Big Apple Hot Dog selling, well that one is pretty obvious.

All the food served at Manjit’s Kitchen is vegetarian, as a great lover of meat, I am forever amazed at not only how great the food is but, the fact that I don’t miss the meat at all.

My Chili Panner wrap had just the right level of spice and a little bit of sweetness from the Tamarind sauce.

Chili Paneer Wrap, ready to eat.

Chili Paneer Wrap, ready to eat.

Katie and Kim offer up classic home cooked food cooked well. I grabbed a custard tart which is my all time favourite dessert, it was still warm, creamy and delicious.

Kate and Kim are the 2013 winners of the British Street Food awards. Here is a pic of their gorgeous custard tarts and Tablet (in the bags). delicious !

Kate and Kim are the 2013 winners of the British Street Food awards. Here is a pic of their gorgeous custard tarts and Tablet (in the bags). delicious !

Still on the sweets, the brownies at the Marvellous Tea Company are definitely something you should try served in a tea cup, what more could you ask for.

The seven permanent restaurants are all new to Leeds. From Vietnamese Street Food to BBQ Ribs, there is a wide selection on offer for visitors.

If you just fancy a drink there’s a Champagne bar and if bubbles are not your tipple, Notes, a bar come restaurant is serving up a selection of Local beers, wine and coffee.

I will be doing a couple of follow up pieces over the next couple of month for sure. Until then, have a look at the photos below or get down there when Trinity Kitchen opens on the 17th October at 11am to the general public.