They are transformed when they’re spicy – fennel caraway seeds and chilli with onion and broccoli served with cranberry chutney. But they’re not the only item on the Christmas menu, which runs from 1 – 23 December:
There is vegan Festive Curry of winter vegetables in a warming cinnamon and star anise-spiced tomato and coconut curry sauce.
Cinnamon and Belgian Biscuit all natural ice-cream.
Christmas beers from the likes of Mikkeller, Anchor, Northern Monk, alongside classic Belgian winter warmers.
Bundobust bar staff’s very own festive cocktails – The Grinch; green chilli and coriander-spiced daiquiri, and Stollen Christmas; cognac, cherry liqueur, amaretto, cranberry, and clove creating a liquid Christmas cake.
Sprout Bhajis (v, gf) £4.50 – Onion, broccoli, and sprout bhajis spiced with fennel, caraway seeds, and chilli. Served with a cranberry chutney. (Don’t knock ’em ’til you’ve tried them!)
Festive Curry (v, gf) £7.00- Winter veggies including parsnips, French beans, and swede cooked in a warming tomato and coconut sauce, spiced with cinnamon, star anise and curry leaves. Served with onion and jeera rice.
Cinnamon and Belgian biscuit ice cream (gf) £4 – Made by Northern Bloc with all-natural ingredients. Topped with pistachio and cardamom.
The Grinch £7.50 – Green chilli and coriander daiquiri with Appleton’s rum: Green, and not particularly Christmassy…
Stollen Christmas £7.50 – Liquid Christmas cake, combining Martel cognac, cherry liqueur and amaretto with cranberry, orange, and clove.
Check out Instagram (@bundobust) and Twitter (@bundobust / @bundobustMCR) for updates on Christmas beers as and when they change.
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