The Latest Trinity Kitchen Street Food Line-Up

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Four brand new street food vendors are preparing to serve up some tasty summer treats as they join the Trinity Kitchen line-up this weekend. Shoppers can get a taste of the Caribbean, the USA and the Netherlands as the new arrivals set up at Trinity Kitchen for the next six weeks!

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Big Grillie Style - @BigGrillieStyle

First up is Big Grillie Style, serving American diner favourites from the classic grilled sandwich to mouth-watering burgers and fries.

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Chaat Cart - @ChaatCart

Chaat Cart will be returning for another stint at Trinity Kitchen, dishing up their much-loved Indian street food including their popular chicken kati roll.

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Thai Khrim - @ThaiKhrim

Back by popular demand is Thai Khrim, whose fresh, hand-crafted Thai ice cream served with a mountain of toppings has proved such a hit that they are staying at Trinity Kitchen for the next two change-overs!

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Mama's Jerk Station - @mamasjerk

Mama’s Jerk Station will also be joining the line-up, offering delicious Caribbean street food. The  family-run business has food fans hooked on its homemade jerk BBQ sauce, made from a top secret recipe handed down through generations.

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Lekker Eat Dutch - @lekkereatdutch

Pancake professionals Lekker Eat Dutch will be satisfying those with a sweet tooth with their waffles, mini pancakes and sweet treats – each served with irresistible toppings from whipped cream to melted Belgian chocolate.

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What The Truck? - @whatthetruckmc

Chris and Jacob from What the Truck might be UK-based, but their dishes are entirely American-inspired. These guys are bringing all the classics from across the Atlantic to Yorkshire, such as Philly cheese steak sandwiches, loaded hotdogs and fries.

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