Inside the new Trinity Kitchen food trucks | September – November 2023

New season, new trucks.

Autumn well and truly arrived this week.

In came the downpours, the nights suddenly got a lot longer and to make the new season, Trinity Kitchen’s new food trucks arrived with plenty of winter warmers.

From bao buns and cheese bites to seafood and burgers, keep reading to check out the five new vendors on offer from September – November 2023…

Tikks Thai Kitchen

Satay Chicken Bao Buns. / Image: The Hoot Leeds

Serving British street food since 2017, Tikks’ is a Yorkshire-own that you might recognise from Chow Down. Known for serving up delicious Thai curries; satay and sriracha bao buns and panko prawns, there’s going to be plenty to choose from here.

Those that have checked out Yoi Fried Chicken at Trinity Kitchen before will be excited to hear that this is a sister company of Tikks Thai Kitchen, so expect the same succulent flavours and spices, just within a different menu.

Hoot recommends: The chicken satay bao buns are our go-to option. Expect crunchy satay sauce between tender chicken thigh and fluffy baos.

Little Red Eats

chips and burger.
Original beef burger in a GF bun. / Image: The Hoot Leeds

There’s always a burger option at Trinity, and this time, you’ll find your meat patty fix from Little Red Eats. Expect Cheesy, Smoky, Blue and Veggie options here alongside fries drenched in sauces, jalapeño poppers and much more.

Hoot recommends: There’s a range of gluten free options available here, just ask the vendor for all the information you need.

Spuds & Bros

Image: The Hoot Leeds

Spuds & Bros Poutine needs no introduction if you’re a regular eater in the city centre. Serving up a concoction of cheesy, chippy, gravy filled bowls of winter warmer food, Spuds & Bros have poutine to serve the masses. Inspired by the taste of Canadian poutine, we recommend the halloumi serving, but any of their flavours are lip-smacking good.

Hoot recommends: Cluck Norris Poutine, it’s traditional poutine packed with creamy cheese curds and potatoes before being topped with chicken, bacon, halloumi, crispy onions, chives and baconnaise.

Cheese Yard

This is going to have cheese lovers sorted for the next few weeks. Mac and cheese, halloumi fries and Philly cheesesteaks are all on the menu at the Cheese Yard (well, it’s in the name really).


A newcomer for Trinity Kitchen, Fish& is bringing ‘food inspired by the sea’ those searching for a bite to eat over lunchtime for the next nine weeks. You might recognise the namer from Dry Dock back in 2016 or earlier, Fish& has been on the street food scene since 2010 and even won the Best Main dish at the British Street Food Awards in 2014.

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