Trinity Kitchen is set to reopen but there will be some changes you’ll notice on your next visit.
The popular dining area at Trinity Leeds will be welcoming people to sit-in and dine at their food stalls for the first time in months from Saturday, July 11.
Due to the ongoing issues surrounding the coronavirus pandemic there will be a host of new safety measures introduced for customers. These include socially-distanced queuing systems, signage and floor stickers while they’ll also be hand sanitiser stations dotted around Trinity Kitchen.
David Maddison, Trinity Leeds centre director, said: “Safety is our number one priority at Trinity Leeds, and we’re excited to welcome back visitors to Trinity Kitchen where they can eat, drink and relax in a safe environment.
“Hand sanitiser stations are available throughout Trinity Kitchen to use before and after your meal, and our robust cleaning schedules have been increased. Each vendor will also have designated entrance and exit points and waiting areas, and tables will be wiped down before and after every use.”
Trinity Kitchen had been running a takeaway service before reopening properly.