Two award-winning West Yorkshire organisations have combined forces in a joint venture. The Bradford-based Sparrow Bier Cafe has entered into a partnership with Drighlington’s Prashad vegetarian restaurant, the combination of which results in Bundobust, a unique craft beer bar with an Indian street food kitchen. Although there is as yet no official launch date, they plan to open at Mill Hill, in Leeds city centre, in the not too distant future.
It promises to be something special, given the background of the two organisations behind it. The Sparrow has only been open for three years, but has already established a reputation for quality, winning the Campaign for Real Ale’s Bradford pub of the year accolade in 2012, and featuring in top 10 pubs lists from the Guardian and ShortList magazine.
Prashad has been around for more than 20 years, winning the Great Grub Award from Morrisons magazine and Yorkshire Life Chef of the Year, among others, as well as featuring in the Michelin and Good Food guides. They also reached the finals of Channel 4’s Ramsey’s Best Restaurant in 2010.
The resulting combination should be like putting Leeds International Beer Festival and Leeds Cultural Curry Festival in a blender. Sounds good to me!
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