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You Can Now Get Mince Pie Parathas And Sprout Bhajis At This Liverpool Restaurant

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer

bundobust mince pie parathas christmas menu

This Indian street food menu just got a festive upgrade.

Sick of the same old Christmas dinner? Well just when you thought the ultimate festive menu didn’t exist, Bundobust – the Indian street food and craft beer specialists – has released genius new Christmas dishes, combining our biggest seasonal faves with Indian street food into one special menu.

Headlining their Christmas menu for the first time this year is their mince pie parathas. Bundobust has fused together our favourite festive sweet treat into their Indian fried flatbreads by stuffing dried fruit and citrus peel, sweet spices, and coconut between flaky layers of buttery paratha dough. So, if you’re all about that 1:1 ratio of pastry and mincemeat, this could be the dessert for you as you’ll get juicy, spiced fruit sandwiched between the paratha in each bite.

 

And luckily, with Liverpool now in Tier 2, you will be able to sit inside with your household to devour Bundobust’s festive menu, but fans of their bhajis and tikka can also enjoy them in their own homes this festive season- with the Bold Street restaurant offering takeaway all-year-round via Deliveroo or ordering click and collect on the Bundobust website.

The new mince pie parathas join wonderfully Christmassy dishes as part of the festive menu, which includes their festive curry filled with winter root veg and French beans in a tomato and coconut sauce served with jeera rice. You’ll also find their sprout bhajis served with cranberry chutney, which also comes in the form of a sprout bhaji patty as the main feature of their festive burger too.

Liverpudlians will also be able to get their hands on Bundobust’s two festive cocktails, aptly-named Naughty and Nice. Depending on how you’re feeling this Christmas you can sip on a naughty Desi Margherita with green chilli in the mix, or a nice Mulled Cranberry Spritz featuring a festive spiced syrup.

If it’s too cold outside and you fancy putting your feet up, then there is also Bundobust’s online off license where you can order an array of beers to go with that Indian takeaway order. The restaurant has collaborated with a number of breweries, including Northern Monk in Leeds, to create refreshing beers such as the Bombay Dazzler, an Indian spiced Witbier with ginger, cardamom & coriander.

Bundobust, 17/19 Bold Street, L1 4DN

[Featured Image: Bundobust]

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