Inside all the new Trinity Kitchen food trucks | Spring 2024

It’s all change once again.

Returning favourites Kabao will be cooking up loaded fries and baos whilst Jimmy Mack’s has brought tacos back to Trinity Kitchen, plus some exciting nacho options to spice up your lunchtime.

Eat Like A Greek has your gyros options with five different combinations, including olive and houmous; chicken; and halloumi and Shoot The Bull has wagyu beef burgers, including a full English option.

And newcomers to the kitchens, but longtime Leeds favourite, Stuzzi, has brought an incredible menu of deep-fried lasagna to Trinity Kitchen.

Keep reading to find out more about all options available: including what our team recommends from the menu.


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New for 2024 is the Stuzzi deep-fried lasagna van. Popularised by Stuzzi’s previous pop-ups across the city, there’s four different types of lasagna on offer here. There’s of course a classic beef lasagna on the menu, plus options like tomato mozzarella and basil; sausage and pea; four cheese to keep you full through to summertime.

Hoot recommends: sausage and beef lasagna and Napoli fries

Jimmy Macks

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Packed with flavour, grab a meal deal from Jimmy Macks and take full advantage of the three-piece meal for £12. There’s roast squash and black bean soft tacos with charred corn salsa and lime crema or the cult-classic beef brisket birria in crispy folded tacos served with tomato salsa; Mexican chicken with jalapeno salsa and that birria dipping gravy that’s got everyone talking. Every meal deal is served with seasoned fries and a soft drink of your choice, or there’s side portions like loaded nachos and fries to choose from too.

Hoot recommends: Roast squash and black bean soft tacos with charred corn salsa and lime cream

Eat Like A Greek

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Now if you haven’t spotted Eat Like A Greek from previous previous takeovers, now’s your change to grab a bite of the gyros that’s kept festival-goers well fed and warm throughout the summer season. The van returns after a long stint across the UK to bring signature gyros, with options like halloumi, pork and chicken to the table.

Hoot recommends: Halloumi gyros


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Bao buns, fried chicken, loaded fries and gyoza: that’s what returning favourite Kabao does best. The Sriracha and Gochujang sauces here are seriously moreish so no matter what you order, you’re in for a real feast.

Hoot recommends: Korean BBQ fries and Sriracha Chicken bao buns

Shoot The Bull

You might have spotted Shoot The Bull before at Chow Down or over the Pennines at Sheffield Plate, and now the wagyu beef burgers have made their way to Trinity Kitchen – and there’s a huge menu to choose from, including: a full English stacked burger named The Breakfast Club; the Black and Blue, drenched in blue cheese and Sriracha; plus wings, fries and hash browns.

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