IT seems like only yesterday that an independent street food business launched in Leeds, adding some much-needed spiced to the city centre’s dining scene.
But how quickly time flies, as this week Bundobust is celebrating its first birthday in style.
The vegetarian curry offering, inspired by the street food scene of India, has gained thousands of fans with tasty dishes like massala dosa, chaat, black lentil curry and okra fries.
To celebrate their first year in business, the eatery is hosting a jam-packed weekend of events.
Get down to Mill Hill from today until Sunday to try their piña colada-inspired wheat beer and their new ‘Spicy Bloody Mary’.
Coffee favourites Laynes Espresso will also be on hand supplying visitors with their caffeine fix and Leeds Bread Co-operative is making special cardamom cream donuts for the occasion.
Service starts at the earlier time of 11am on Saturday, July 18 for those wanting to celebrate early.
A special Sunday Brunch will also be held, featuring one-off dishes.
DJs from Belgrave Music Hall will also be there making sure that the party tunes keep coming.
Bundobust opened in 2014 and combines world beers from The Sparrow Bier Cafe in Bradford and food by vegetarian Indian restaurant Prashad.
For more information about Bundobust’s first birthday celebrations this weekend, you can visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/bundobust.