A series of colourful posters and a set of stairs will take you off the hustle and bustle on Bold Street into a desi delight.
Bundobust is the kind of food you could expect on the back streets of India, inspired by the vibrant and varied street foods, especially from their spiritual home of Gujarat. They serve up dishes with their own modern twist, and offer a roster of the most exciting craft beers from both local and international breweries to drink alongside. Since opening, they’ve been recommended in the Michelin Guide, featured in Time Out’s top 10 UK Indian Restaurants and been included in The Sunday Times’ Top 25 Vegetarian Restaurants, amongst plenty of other accolades.
After a host of pop-ups and kitchen takeovers, Bundobust found bricks and mortar in July 2014 on one side of (then derelict) Mill Hill in Leeds. They’ve been serving up the tastiest Indian grub and craft beers in Leeds ever since, set up shop in a Manchester basement in 2016, and now have blessed Liverpool’s vibrant Bold Street. All the food happens to be veggie, and most of the dishes vegan or able to be made vegan but that’s not an angle used to pull people through the door as Bundobust use recipes and dishes that are are naturally meatless. And trust us, you won’t miss it.
As well as knocking out some pretty incredible food, they’re also known for doing some lovely things in the community. Just at Christmas they were raising money for The Whitechapel Centre and for the whole of January they’re giving all NHS staff a free meal for two usually worth £25.50. How brilliant is that. Here is a link to all the terms and conditions http://bundobust.com/liverpool-nhs-promotion/?fbclid=IwAR3wf861fYdVEtsCE_uVPanqbqk6yVTHayYzWe6n3c_F8HcA5tMdlEeus-Y