Trinity Kitchen breaks the mould of so many depressing food courts through a juxtaposition of the permanent and the temporary.
The sense of its overall appeal as more than the sum of its various parts is also due to a colourful but singularly non-interventionist design.
There are no walls delineating any one restaurateur from another, no divisions between the permanent and the pop-ups, and the seating for 700 is communal.
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