Bundobust launches new Christmas menu with Sprout Bhajis and Mince Pie Parathas

If Bundobust can’t make you eat your sprouts then we’re not sure who can?

Bundobust, everyone’s favourite Indian Street Food and Craft Beer restaurant, has announced it’s new Christmas menu full of festive favourites.

It’s officially the festive season and with that comes Christmas specials aplenty popping up around the city.

Indian Street Food favourite Bundobust are of course getting in on the action, and we could not be more excited about it.

Built for the party with it’s beer hall style interior and a food menu made for sharing, Bundobust is the perfect place to gather with friends, family or colleagues to cheers to the festivities.

Available from Monday 21 November 2022, they’ll be serving up delicious Christmas food and drink specials on a book ahead or walk-in basis.

onion bhajis in a bowl.
Selection of Bundo Christmas specials. / Image: The Hoot Leeds

Making a triumphant return are the infamous Sprout Bhajis, the ultimate form of the celebrated if some what misunderstood seasonal vegetable. Think crispy sprout, onion and broccoli Bhajis spiked with fennel and chilli, and served with a spiced cranberry chutney.

I mean, if Bundobust can’t make you eat your sprouts then we’re not sure who can?

Fans of the Christmas sarnie can opt for the Sprout Bhaji Butty, a crispy sprout bhaji patty with salad, spiced cranberry and green chutneys. £1 from every Sprout Bhaji Butty sold will go towards the #CookForUkraine charity initiative.

Sprout bhajis and sprout butty.
Sprout bhajis and sprout butty. / Image: The Hoot Leeds

After a proper winter warmer? Then the Festive Dahl with rice is the one for you, a warming and smoky Christmas take on Dal Makhani boosted with black cardamom, clove and cinnamon which is sure to feel like a hug in a bowl.

Back with a bang are the beloved Biryani Balls, these pair India’s celebratory dish, Biryani, with the party buffet snackability of arancini. A match made in heaven right? Spiced with mint, saffron, ginger, nutmeg and rose, served in a rich tomato sauce crowned with crispy onions, we’re sure these are going to be flying off the shelves.

Mince pie parathas.
Mince Pie Parathas. / Image: The Hoot Leeds

A new addition to the menu this year are Mince Pie Parathas, a perfect sweet-savoury flavour bomb stuffed with sultana, raisin, cinnamon, clove, star anise and coconut.

And of course you’ll need something to wash all the delicious food down with, and it wouldn’t be Bundobust without beer. So from 21 November you’ll be able to grab a pint of Bundobust Brewery’s AADU – a limited edition 5.8% Gingerbread Wheat Beer, available exclusively on tap at Bundobust restaurants.

Gingerbread wheat beer.
Special edition gingerbread wheat beer. / Image: The Hoot Leeds

If beer isn’t your thing then grab yourself one of their Christmas cocktails, opt for a Bundo Snowball, Cosmopolitan or Amaretto Sour. Their cocktail menu is already fantastic so you’ll truly be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing your tipple.

To book your Christmas party or book a table at Bundobust (walk-ins also welcome), take a look at their website.

Read more: The Corn Exchange Christmas Markets return with pairing masterclasses and hot toddies

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