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Bespoke street food van joins permanent line-up of Leeds food court

A Yorkshire shopping centre has announced that a new bespoke street food van will become part of its permanent line-up.

Trinity Kitchen, which hosts food trucks, trains and vans from across the country, has announced that a new converted van will be taking up a place on its first floor.

The Trinity Kitchen van will host a changing line-up of up-and-coming cooks, chefs and street food aficionados at its new Leeds home.

The van will give street food businesses the chance to be part of the kitchen without having to own a van.

Josie Towning, food and beverage manager at Trinity Leeds, commented: “Trinity Kitchen has transformed the idea of food courts, creating a completely unique concept and providing the perfect platform for independent street food traders.

“Now we’re going one step further and inviting up-and-coming cooks, chefs and foodies to showcase their talents without having to be an established brand with its own set up, as the new Trinity Kitchen van will provide all of that for you.

“It’s also a chance for any restaurants or food businesses who might have struggled during lockdown or who have had to close their doors to get back on the scene without having to fork out for any expensive overheads.”

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