Leeds Trinity Kitchen favourites Rola Wala have announced an exciting new look, menu and feel of their ‘twisted’ Indian street food and to celebrate have teamed up with Deliveroo to give one lucky customer a year’s worth of free meals as they continue on their mission to drive the next wave of fast food. Anyone buying a meal at Rola Wala in-store or via Deliveroo in March will automatically be entered into the competition and the chance of winning the coveted Rola Wala ‘black card’.
Every time the black card holder heads out for a feed at Rola, they’ll be treated like a celebrity and will be amongst the first to try Rola Wala’s new menu which includes their new Super-Hot Scorpion chutney, plant powered ‘Thali Triple’ bowl, a whole range of new salads and drinks and a wholemeal take on their ever popular naan roll.
Rola Wala’s new offering is simple; unique, balanced, healthy and flavoursome food. Made from scratch with fresh ingredients, Rola Wala work with a small, dedicated team of producers, suppliers and manufacturers to ensure high quality. Their famous naan rolls come wrapped up with at least 43 different authentic Indian flavours and fresh ingredients – it’s everything a burger isn’t, all that a burrito wishes it was.
Rola Wala has been a staple of Leeds’ Trinity Kitchen since 2014 and has gained fans as wide ranging as BBC cook Rachel Khoo and pop star Rita Ora. As the restaurant enters an exciting new era, and with most items on the menu containing less than 500 calories, they are keen to reestablish and reiterate their mission statement; to offer a healthier alternative. With a range of low-carb, gluten-free and vegan options also available, there has never been a better time to check out Rola Wala.
Mark Wright, Founder of Rola Wala, said:
“We’ve all heard of restaurants rumored to give black cards to celebrities, why should they get all the free stuff? That’s why we’ve teamed up with Deliveroo to offer the ONLY Rola Wala Black Card in existence to one lucky customer.”
“It’s time for the world to come out of their homes to enjoy eating out again and we are putting flavour-fuelled fast food at the forefront of people’s eating-out agenda. And, for every roll sold at Rola Wala, we provide a school meal to a hungry child living in poverty with our charity partner One Feeds Two™, to date we’ve provided over 700k meals.”
Rola Wala’s exciting new menu launches this week alongside the Black Card competition which will run throughout March.