A foodie essential for anyone in Leeds, Bundobust. Indian street food at it's finest with a great selection of craft beer - I'm hardly an expert but the draught options offer good variety. No booking required, it's more of a grab a seat where you can and make your selection.
We were invited along to try their new menu, which also happened to be my Bundobust debut. Another that has been on my list for too long.
We were served a selection of their new offerings. It's suggested you get one as a snack, two for lunch or three for dinner. We had six between two of us and were more than full by the end of it, which I hadn't anticipated.
My favourite dish was the Egg Bhurji, served with a really light and delicious Indian flat bread. The Vada Pav has two kinds of chutney hammocking a fried mashed potato 'patty', the chutneys pack a bit of a kick, but nothing compared to the chillies on the side.
The Dhal & Rice worked really nicely with the flat bread as well, quite creamy in consitency and with just the right amount of spice.
The Far Far is a bar snack essentially, perfect to start with or just a side to sampling the beers - a lot tastier than their description would have you believe.
The restaurant itself is a hidden gem on Mill Hill, just off Boar Lane in Leeds. I would highly recommend it and I'm desperate to go back to sample some of their older dishes.
If you're a Leeds foodie regular, there are some amazing discounts available with the food Festival Passport holders at Bundobust - more details here - enjoy!