Trinity Kitchen | Leeds

There are few emails that fill me with as much joy as ones that includes an invitation to an exclusive food event, so imagine my delight when the wonderful Wendy emailed me to invite me to the tasting evening for Trinity Kitchen in the heart of Leeds.

Trinity Kitchen Leeds

Trinity Kitchen will house seven permanent eateries, including Notes Cafe, Chicago Rib Shack, 360 Champagne & Cocktails, Pho, Tortilla, PizzaLuxe and Chip & Fish. Both Amy and I are were lucky enough to be invited to the fabulous tasting evening, a chance to sample all of the culinary delights on offer.

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Trinity Kitchen Leeds

Trinity Kitchen Leeds

Trinity Kitchen Leeds

Leeds Trinity Kitchen

First up for us was Pho, the family run restaurant that was the first Vietnamese street food joint serving great value, deliciously healthy and authentically prepared food that not only smells fabulous but tastes sensational. The menu is simple, but spectacular; the concise nature of it allows the chefs to make everything from scratch. I went for the spicy green mango salad topped with pork, dried shrimp and peanuts which was spicy enough to make my tongue tingle in all the right ways!

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In addition to the fixed foodie havens, there will be a mix of brands in the ‘Street Food market’ bringing the vibrant and rapidly emerging British Street Food movement into the heart of the Leeds, under a sturdy roof allowing for year round street eats. Trinity Kitchen will host five pop-up food traders who will change on a regular basis, providing shoppers with constantly new and diverse food choices. The first of those traders include, Gurmetti, Fish and, Manjits Kitchen and The Marvellous Tea Dance Company, who made truly epic brownies!

The street market has been carefully curated by Richard Johnson, the renowned UK food journalist and broadcaster and the brains behind the emerging British Street Food movement and acclaimed British Street Food Awards. The street market will also host visiting local and international chefs as part of a rolling events programme.

Added to the wonderful food joints, the whole atmosphere provides diners with a twist of London grit interspersed with neon lights, beautiful wood and a rather attractive waiting staff.

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To say that I love the place would not even come close to expressing my genuine adoration of the kitchen space; so many times these large scale endeavours are somewhat of a let-down, but I am thrilled to say that Trinity Kitchen not only lives up to my expectations it far surpasses them and leaves me wanting, no needing more.

Do not hesitate, visit immediately!

Thanks to Amy for her fabulous photography skills tonight

Comments

  1. 17th October 2013 / 10:34 pm

    Chip and fish serving some delicious Pilsner and oyster stout!!! Check it out.

    • Emma
      17th October 2013 / 11:06 pm

      Oh thanks for the tip, will be sure to have a pint with my Chips and Fish next week!

  2. 22nd October 2013 / 5:13 pm

    Was in leeds this weekend and was so impressed with Trinity Kitchen! It had such a cool atmosphere – can’t wait to go back and grab a taco and glass of champagne!

  3. 12th January 2014 / 11:12 am

    I live in Leeds and still haven’t been! I’ve heard so many great things, but we always get distracted by Reds BBQ or Las Iguanas! India x

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