(Image credit: Ben Bentley)
Indian street food your thing?
You’re in luck! Because Michelin-recommended Bundobust is arriving in Manchester this Wednesday (14th December.)
The unique eatery prides itself on casual deliciousness, and will be bringing its authentic taste of Indian street food and craft beer to 61 Piccadilly.
First established in Leeds, the Bundobust team have won numerous awards for excellence, winning SIBA’s Best Independent Craft Beer Restaurant as well as a highly sought-after recommendation in the 2017 Michelin guide.
Bespoke artwork harking back to Manchester’s industrial past will adorn the walls of the industrial canteen with booth-style seating, and the restaurant will be serving the likes of traditional okra fries seasoned with black salt and mango powder, Bundo Chaat (a medley of samosa pastry, chickpeas, potato, tamarind chutney, onion, yoghurt and turmeric noodles) as well as the Bundobust favourite – Vada Pav (a spicy mashed potato ball coated in gram flour and fried, served in a brioche bun with chutney and hot green chillies.)
And, with a setting in the heart of Manchester, it’s set to be the new go-to hot spot for commuters and visitors alike.
???????? MANCHESTER! We are opening our doors on Wednesday 14th December! MEGA! pic.twitter.com/oHwLFEcE0R
— BUNDOBUST Manchester (@BundobustMCR) December 2, 2016
— I Like Press (@iLiKEPRESS) December 12, 2016
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