Inside the new Trinity Kitchen food trucks for 2024

New year, new vendors.

It’s that time of the year again where we see the top floor of Trinity change about to make way for some brand new talent.

And let us tell you we’re in for a right treat.

From warming poutine to specialty hash browns, there’s going to be something to everyone’s fancy to get us through the winter months (well until 9 March 2024 at least).

Little Red Eats

Little Red Eats burger and chips.
Images: The Hoot Leeds

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

Little Red Eats has become a Trinity Kitchen staple – and so its return for 2024 is no surprise – and nonetheless welcomed by locals waiting on their next burger or fried chicken fix. Expect Cheesy, Smoky, Blue and Veggie options here alongside fries drenched in sauces, jalapeño poppers and much more.

Spuds & Bros

two pots of poutine.
poutine with cranberry sauce.

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.

Hot off the back of the Leeds Christmas Markets, Spuds & Bros are back for 2024.

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.


trinity kitchen neon sign.
Images: The Hoot Leeds

What’s the deal? Shouk! pita, fries and a drink for £12.50 or swap for a beer for £14

Those that have been visiting Trinity Kitchen over the past few years will recognise the return of Middle Eastern foodie favourite, Shouk!

The menu here includes refreshing vegan and vegetarian friendly meals, with vegan chicken shawarma, falafel pieces and halloumi available in wrap or salad-style bowls- each of which make the perfect light summertime lunch.

Nickos Comfort Kitchen

You might have spotted the black dog logo at Chow Down previously, or at a pop-up around the city, but now Nicko’s Comfort Kitchen is settling into Trinity Kitchen for the next eight weeks.

Expect smash burgers, gourmet hash browns and shroom burgers aplenty, these guys do exactly what it says on the tin: proper good old fashioned comfort food.

Hoi Sin City

New to Trinity Kitchen for 2024 is Hoi Sin City. The street food truck plans to open up a permanent location right here in Leeds, but for the time being is operating from the shopping centre’s top floor from the recycled cars we all know and love.

On the menu, there’s salt and pepper or hoisin baos, loaded fries, spring rolls – and even a nostalgic childhood option of potato smileys, with a twist.

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