You guys know by now that we are happiest when eating, so hearing about the latest addition to the Trinity Kitchen lineup has seriously whet our appetite. Trinity Kitchen has unveiled its brand new concept today – with an eye-catching shipping container, horse trailer, converted VW Camper Van, a Citroen H van, and a horse trailer joining the set-up.

The bespoke street food vans will host a rotating line-up of up-and-coming cooks, chefs and street food aficionados every eight to nine weeks, with the first residents including:

  • Yorkshire Cheese Grill
  • Ka-Bao
  • The Little Pasta Company
  • Good Boy Burger
  • Spuds n Bros

The concept has proved incredibly popular, with the new vans already fully booked until January 2023.

The pre-loved vans are fully refurbished and kitted out with kitchens, personalised branded lightboxes, signage and menus for each new vendor, and follow on from the success of Trinity Kitchen’s custom-made, converted Peugeot J7 van which arrived last year.

Josie Towning, Food and Beverage Manager at Trinity Leeds, said: “We’re so excited to finally see the new arrivals take pride of place at Trinity Kitchen. It took a great deal of planning to make it happen but it has transformed the space and created even more excitement and buzz.

“Trinity Kitchen continues to grow and expand and we’re thrilled to take the experience to the next level – all whilst giving independent street food traders the chance to shine, without the need for their own van or kitchen set-up.”

Since its launch in 2013, Trinity Kitchen has hosted hundreds of food trucks, trains and vans from across the country – hoisting them up to its first floor location using a special hydraulic lift. The new vans will allow budding street food businesses to showcase their talents without needing a van of their own.

The new Trinity Kitchen vans and vendors sit alongside permanent eateries including Archie’s, Pho, Rola Wala, Tortilla, Pizzaluxe, Absurd Bird and Doner Shack.

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