Bundobust Manchester does ‘meat’ for the primary time – right here’s what on the menu

Bundobust Manchester does ‘meat for the first time heres

It’s a brand new departure (of kinds) for the favored veggie specialists however it gained’t upset vegans!

Bundobust Does Meat – what’s on the menu?

Gujarati road meals restaurant Bundobust is inflicting a stir with its newest menu – Bundobust Does Meat.

However devoted followers of the vegetarian eatery at Piccadilly needn’t fear – the menu includes a partnership with plant-based meat producer, Meatless Farm and is the restaurant’s first enterprise into meat substitutes.

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They are saying it’s going to allow them to provide extra historically meat-focused Indian dishes however produced for the veggie and vegan market.

What’s on the menu then?

Butter Rooster – a spicy vegan spin on the standard meat-based traditional.

There’s additionally Keema Matar, the place the mince has been swapped for a non-meat model and cooked with cinnamon, bay leaf, onion, and chilli.

And there may be extra ‘meatless mince’ within the Shami Kebabs – lentil patties spiced with ginger, inexperienced chilli, kewra water and mint, served with pickled pink onion and a pink pepper chutney.

Bundobust butter hen

And Bundobust can be serving new alcohol-free vegan beer to assist individuals making an attempt Dry January take pleasure in an evening out.

Mayur Patel, co-founder at Bundobust, mentioned: “These specials are one thing we’ve been engaged on for months. We experimented with a number of meat substitutes, and Meatless Farm merchandise lent themselves greatest to Indian meals. Each Bundobust and Meatless Farm are Leeds born companies specializing in meat-free choices, so it made sense to work collectively on these new restricted version specials.”

Mayur Patel and Marko Husak, Bundobust Founders

Michael Hunter, UK managing director at Meatless Farm, added:“Meatless Farm and Bundobust have nice synergy as passionate and artistic Northern companies with a meat-free focus. It made excellent sense to collaborate with them to create their Indian road meals vegan specials, permitting us to supply much more scrumptious plant-based choices for purchasers throughout Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool, this Veganuary and past.”

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