Trinity Kitchen in Leeds is one of my favourite places to go. Set out like a indoor street food market/ canteen, you are literally spoil for choice when it comes to the different cuisines. My missions is to go to every one and try them out as some of them are standing structures and others rent a space for a few weeks or a few months and then that’s it.
Tonight, wifey and I were in the mood for Asian food, particularly Vietnamese, so we decided to stop off at Pho. Pho was London’s first ever Vietnamese street food restaurant, intent on serving deliciously healthy, authentically prepared food at great value. I am so glad we finally have a restaurant up North, I have never had Vietnamese food and was ready to get stuck in.
We got a pager to let us know when our food was ready. So cute.
We shared between us some Goi cuon, or summer rolls (fresh rice paper, chicken, vermicelli and pickle) and I went for the Com tam rang: fried broken rice with chicken and shrimp, whilst A went for Pho Xao: chicken and prawns cooked with rice noodles, lemongrass, chilli and Asian greens- served with peanuts. All were incredibly yummy but mine was so hot that my dear wifey had to go and get me a glass of water! Still I would love to come back and try the Noodle soups and even the salads. Unfortently the pop- up shop will not have the same range as the restaurant in London, but the little slice of Asia we have at the moment is not too bad at all.