Indian street food venue reveals date for Liverpool opening

Indian street food and craft beer restaurant Bundobust has confirmed it will open its doors to its third site in Liverpool on 24 May.

With its other sites in Leeds and Manchester, the Liverpool site sits at 4,000 sq ft with a dedicated bar and food kitchen.

The menu will feature Bundobust’s take on authentic Indian street food such as bundo chaat, vada pav and okra fries to accompany the local and international craft beers across 12 keg and two cask lines.

To celebrate the launch, local breweries Neptune and Black Lodge have created limited edition beers inspired by the Bundobust, which will be served exclusively on the open sate.

Marko Husak, co-founder Bundobust, said: “We have been working long and hard to get this Liverpool venue ready to roll, and we’re finally there. Liverpool is such a friendly city. We’ve already been made to feel very welcome, at our sell-out collaboration with our neighbours Maray and the pop-up events we did at The Merchant.

“We’re really looking forward to making a host of new punters smile when we open up on Bold Street.”

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