Trinity Market – A Hidden Treasure in Hull’s City Centre

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After undergoing a facelift worth £3 million back in 2017 Hull’s Trinity Market has been given a new lease of life.

Trinity Market’s Food Hall has been growing over the past year, with its brilliant new food stalls it has become a firm favourite with tourists and office workers alike.

Located in Hull’s old town, Trinity market has an extensive variety of locally produced goods: with products like fresh meats and handmade sweets, chocolates and jewellery, there is truly something for everyone.

But why come here?

Whilst there is a plethora of outstanding eateries in Hull, Trinity Market supports local businesses whilst offering a range of unique tastes all in one place. It is a rising food hub for the lunch time bustle of city workers and locals looking for a flavoursome snack between shopping and exploring what Hull has to offer in its ever-changing city centre.

Falafia – a stall that sells healthy snacks and falafel is most definitely worth a look. With its unique flavours and beaming staff that are keen to lend you a helping hand, it is an experience not to be missed by locals or tourists alike.

Another place that truly stands out is the Indian street food stall (Tapasya Indian street food). Perfect for workers in a rush on their lunch break, the stall offers lunch and snacks that are great to eat in the market area (in the new seated area available) or on the go. Trying something new is always appealing and the Indian street food stall at Trinity market should be the first on the list of places to try.

Sweet Tooth? After trying a ‘chocolate Nutella brownie’ at one of Trinity’s many bakeries and coffee shops, you will be hooked. I cannot recommend anything more than paying a quick visit to the Coca Bakery here as all produce is homemade and delicious.

But it doesn’t just stop at food. If you’re a lover of music Trinity has a vast collection of vinyl’s and CDs for you to browse and purchase. No matter what your taste in music they will have what you’re looking for. A prepossessing flower stall also fills the market with beautiful scents and alluring colours all year round, changing its produce with the seasons, you can always find something to brighten your home or loved one’s day.

Keep an eye out for events that take place here (this can be done through their facebook page that offers friendly reminders of brilliant events that are organised). Past events include: dry ice and bath bomb workshops for younger children and acoustic street food night for all age ranges.

So, whether you’re looking for a spot to eat your lunch during the week, wanting to explore different flavours or simply looking for a place to take the family – Hull’s very own Trinity market is the place to be.

Written By: Eve Thornes.

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