Street food vendors serving up fresh flavours for the summer

Trinity Kitchen, in Leeds, has welcomed five new independent street food vendors, including the Little Pasta Company, Yoi Fried Chicken, Dog Almighty, Yard Burger and The Waffle Cone.

The latest arrivals have taken up residence at Trinity Kitchen for the next nine weeks, within a converted VW Camper Van, a Citroen H van, a horse trailer, shipping container, and a J7 van, which were installed at Trinity Kitchen earlier this year.

Yoi Fried Chicken is dishing up fiery flavours with its pan-Asian fried chicken baos and burgers, topped with sauces such as creamy peanut satay or Katsu curry mayo.

Dog Almighty is back by popular demand, with a selection of artisan hot dogs and vegan dogs, all handmade in Yorkshire and loaded with an array of homemade and home-smoked toppings and fries.

Yard Burger is dishing up Philly cheesesteaks alongside burgers and grilled cheese sandwiches, using the finest locally-sourced ingredients.

Meanwhile, the The Little Pasta Company is bringing a taste of Italy, with fresh pasta dishes and sauces such as slow-cooked beef and red wine ragu, white truffle butter, and spicy nduja with burrata, as well as Italian-inspired appetisers.

To top it off, The Waffle Cone will help guests chill out with a range of scooped ice creams and waffles, with plenty of flavours and toppings.

Josie Towning, food and beverage manager at Trinity Leeds, said: “There’s something for everyone at Trinity Kitchen this summer – whether people are popping in to grab a sweet treat and cool off with an ice cream, or looking for some top street food to enjoy for a delicious lunch.”

The new street food vendors are trading alongside permanent eateries including Archie’s, Pho, Rola Wala, Tortilla, Pizzaluxe and Doner Shack.