A HALAL menu has been launched at Leeds Trinity University.

The university partnered with a global Indian street food company to offer students a 100 per cent halal menu at its new Bombay Streat restaurant.

Jennifer Dunn, general manager of the university’s catering operations Aramark, said: “We are delighted to be working with Bombay Streat, especially as one of their first university partners. We are always looking to offer Leeds Trinity staff and students a range of healthy and affordable meals, and the entirely halal menu means that we can cater for everyone on campus.”

The decision was taken following feedback from Muslim students and staff who felt there was a lack of halal food in the dining room. Students’ union president Zoha Shah has also campaigned on the issue.