Bundobust opens in Liverpool

Indian street food and craft beer restaurant group Bundobust has opened its Liverpool site.

Bundobust secured a ten-year lease on its 4,000 sq ft Bold Street premises on Bold Street with advice from law firm Gordons.

Having started as a street food concept in Bradford, Bundobust’s first restaurant opened on Mill Hill in Leeds in 2014, followed by its basement venue on Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester in 2016.

Pure Design Consultancy worked with the business on its 5,300 sq ft Liverpool venue, which jonis other food and drink operators at the Link 19 building.

Co-founder Mark Husak said: “We have got off to a great start in Liverpool and been welcomed with open arms. We are going to continue raising our profile within Liverpool and beyond, and look forward to welcoming many new customers to our restaurant.”

Gordons partner Simon Mydlowski added: “Bundobust has a distinct offering which appeals to modern diners’ demand for casual, fast and fresh food. Mark and Mayur have built the Bundobust brand from scratch and undertake deep research into customers, suppliers, produce and locations to ensure they are constantly evolving the business.”

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Leeds! So little to answer for.

By Elephant

Exciting that Bold St has yet another ‘independent’ to add to the great mix there! Possible competition for Mowgli….

By Lizzy Baggot

I think Mowgli’s is in a different league. The staff are lovely but this is small portions of not very much in little paper pots at uncomfortable benches. Ko is much better value and quality. And the staff are just as nice.

By Roscoe.

Excited for the new Manchester one on Oxford Street, such an interesting space.


Craft beers not bad though; some of the Castle Street outfits would do well at the bottom end of Bold Street.

By Roscoe

Busiest place on Bold Street is Coyote Ugly.

By Dan

That might be the biggest place on Bold Street but nearly everywhere else attracts a much broader cross-section of people.

By Roscoe

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