The Cheesy Living Co. is opening a cheesy chip street food truck at Trinity Kitchen

Opening Monday 17 July 2023.

Cheesy chips just got a whole new meaning.

If you’ve been down to The Cheesy Living Co. before, you’ll know just how well these guys know their cheeses.

It’s in the name really – but having quickly gone a pop-up food market traders to owning their own store and putting on lunch menus and a series of successful supper clubs, art nights and creating a whole cheese-loving community taking over the corner the Corn Exchange – everything centres around the cheese here, and it shows.

Now taking their foodie options to a whole new level, The Cheesy Living Co. has announced it will be taking on a new street food venture at Trinity Kitchen.

Named The Cheesy Chip Shop, we reckon this is going to be far from your average hangover cure.

With exciting combinations like the Buffalo Blue with buffalo sauce and blue cheese; a classic Chip Shop Curry curry sauce with cumin gouda, mango chutney, mint yoghurt, popadoms and pickled chilli and even Truffle Carbonara with parmesan and pecorino cheese, pancetta, truffle and parsley – it’s obvious every cheese and garnish has been well thought out.

And it’s not just Sides on the menu too – ‘Mac N Cheese’ bites with cheese sauce, Dorito crumb and chives and Halloumi Fries with hot honey and tzatziki are also on the menu – allowing the perfect meal deal combo of cheesy chips, a cheesy side and a soft drink or beer.

Announcing the news on Instagram yesterday:


“We promised you a big announcement today & here she is…

“A brand new street food concept from your favourite cheese shop!

@thecheesychipshop will be launching on July 17th in @trinity_kitch Leeds for a 2 month stint.

“Cheesy Chips like you’ve never had them before – tossed with sauce & cheese before loaded with toppings, so every bites just as good as the last.

About The Cheesy Living Co.

The Cheesy Living Co. is quickly becoming Leeds go-to supplier for all things cheese and charcuterie.

After taking a passion project full-time during the second Covid lockdown, owners Jake and Soph haven’t looked back since the launch of The Cheesy Living Co. in 2020.

Supplying renowned chef Matt Healy’s Horsforth restaurant Forde with farmer’s cured meats and ingredients, but still managing to attend just about every small business and foodie market across the city, The Cheesy Living Co. is one of the most humbled new businesses around.

Aware of the popularity of their products, but taking things slow and making conscious business decisions, co-owner Jake spent years in hospitality before taking the plunge to launch his own business- and the time spent learning the intricacies of the industry shows.

With the help Soph, the other half of the business, the pair is ensuring that The Cheesy Living Co. is slowly making its way around the Leeds foodie scene – and becoming a firm favourite across the city.

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