Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Sandwiched By Food | Trinity Kitchen Supper Club

Hey everyone!

Welcome to a brand new blog post! I was invited to the Trinity Kitchen Supper Club by the amazing guys over at Trinity Leeds, and, I thought that today I would talk to you all about it.

Trinity Kitchen is a open plan food court in the heart of Leeds city centre, that offers a plethora of food from different cuisines and countries, such as Vietnam, America, Mexico, and many more Trinity Kitchen also offers the citizens of Leeds, brand new food vendors on an eight week rota, which ensures that they get to enjoy a selection of different food vendors throughout the year.

Two pieces of a white triangular sandwich with black grill marks scorched on it with a dark brown meat interior and white oozing interior to represent the cheese on a white square plate on a light background.

We (myself and Luke) tried out Pavs Dhaba. They serve authentic Indian veggie street food, including, pakoras, bhajis and much more. We decided to get a mixture of things and I loved them all. I have always had a thing for Pakoras, and these were no disappointment, Crunchy, warming and everything that you would need, whilst chatting to a friend with a drink, on the outskirts of Trinity Kitchen, whilst looking at the view of Leeds City Centre.

A selection of lightly brown Indian treats in the shape of circular patties and slightly oval lightly brown battered ovals with a light green salad consisting of light green shredded lettuce and dark green cubed pieces of Cucumber on a white square polystyrene plate on a light wooden table on a light background.

After Pava Dhaba, we... Well it was more myself, than Luke, wanted to try out Christopher Gowan's Steak Sandwiches. Whilst checking out the vendors before going to the Supper Club, I saw that they served a Bourbon Steak Sandwich and well, I love Steak, I love Bourbon and I love sandwiches, so I saw no downside to trying them out. The Steak was succulent, the onions were soft and sweet, the sauce was to die for and the bread on the outside was crisp, which gave a great texture contrast against the soft onions and the slightly soft Steak. I'd definitely recommend that you try one before they leave TK.

Two pieces of a white triangular sandwich with black grill marks scorched on it with a dark brown meat interior and white oozing interior to represent the cheese on a white square plate on a light background.

Next on the delicious food train, was the wonderful Wagyu Lookin' At? (get it, because what you looking at?). These guys use Yorkshire meat throughout the entirety of the menu, from Yorkshire Wagyu meat in their burgers, to, free range smoked Yorkshire Bacon on top of the burgers. I got to try one of these amazing beauties and I wanted more instantly. I have never tried Wagyu meat before, but I have heard great things, and these guys did not let me down at all! If you want a completely new take on a great burger, then I definitely recommend checking these guys out!

A circular burger with a light brown sesame seed bun cut into quarters in a light white square box on a light wooden table on a light background.

Dapur Malaysia will make anyones day that little bit better, via their Malaysian street food. The team takes inspiration from their mother’s cooking and their time growing up in Malaysia. Myself and Luke, tried some of their amazing street food, including some spiced Cheesy things with a great sweet and spicy jam and some Malaysian Curry Bites that were to die for!

A bunch of oval shaped golden brown battered cheese on a light white square box with a circular pot of red sweet chilli sauce on a light brown table on a light background.

Last but by no least, were Slap and Pickle. Innuendos aside, Slap and Pickle create delicious burges, amazing hot dogs, great pickles and, even items such as, a good old Pickleback. I got to enjoy some amazing Vegan Chilli Cheese Fries. There is also a Vegan Chilli Cheese Dog for, those of you who are Vegan. I I loved the Vegan Chilli Cheese Fries, the fries were crisp, the spicy sauce coated every fry, the cheese added a  nice smooth melted texture to it. I also loved that, due to the cheese being vegan, this meant that I could eat all of this without any of the stomach pain with normal Cheese, so for anyone who can't digest dairy but wants a delicious Hot Dog/Fries then I'd check these amazing guys out.

A square black tray with a sheet of square white tissue covered with golden brown fries, red sriracha sauce and golden cheese on a circular light golden brown table on a light background.


Have you tried any of these? Let me know down below!

If you haven't tried them and want to know a little bit more about them then click here.

I hope that you have enjoyed this food based post and I hope that you come back next time for another blog post!

Have a great day!

Thanks for reading!
Jamie x

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