Bundobust is celebrating 76 years of Indian freedom with £1 pots for the first 76 customers dining from 12pm Tuesday 15 August.
Yes, you read that correctly.
In honour of Indian Independence day, 15 August, everyone’s favourite Indian street food spot will be serving up £1 pots for the first 76 customers through the door.
Indian Independence Day is a public holiday celebrated annually to commemorate the end of a fight for freedom, honouring the sacrifices of those who fought, and celebrating non-violent civil action.
Celebrated across India, the important day is filled with joyous ceremonies, singing, dancing and of course, heaps of delicious food and drink.
And now, the wonderful team at Bundobust are inviting you to join in on the celebrations and offering £1 pots to the first 76 customers through the door from 12pm.
Taking place at every Bundobust location, customers can get stuck into classic dishes such as Bundo Chaat, Tarka Dhal and Rice, Okra Fries, Egg Bhurji and Bhel Puri.
Basically, if it’s served in the iconic Bundobust branded pot, then it will be sold to you for a measly £1.
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Announcing the brilliant news on social media, Bundobust wrote: “This Tuesday, India celebrates 76 years of freedom from British Colonial rule in 1947 – Since then, August 15th has symbolised the end of a fight for freedom, honouring the sacrifices of those who fought, and celebrating non-violent civil action.
“Independence Day is a massive deal all over the country – recognised as a public holiday and celebrated with a packed day of ceremonies, singing, dance, and naturally, food and drink, with plenty of the Bundo team holding great memories of celebrating it in-person.”
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So from 12pm today, if you fancy a cheap but incredibly tasty lunch then head to Bundobust on Mill Hill and cheers to Indian Independence Day with some traditional street food.
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