Bundobust (61 Piccadilly, Manchester) — December 2016 saw Leeds’ critically acclaimed ‘beer & Indian’ joint open its doors in Manchester. In a basement on Piccadilly, Bundobust is a stone’s throw from the city’s independent Northern Quarter. They’ve brought their award-winning recipe for success over the Pennines, and are quickly ranking as one of the city’s best casual dining restaurants.
What Bundobust does is simple – Gujarat-inspired street food and the world’s best craft beer, from both local and international breweries. Jay Rayner, the Observer’s food critic, reviewed the restaurant just months after opening, and he puts it best: “vibrant Indian street food served with craft beer in a friendly communal space…Why has no one done this before?”