Yorkshire law firm Gordons cooks up a storm advising Bundobust on new Liverpool restaurant

Thursday 13th June 2019

Leeds-headquartered Indian street food and craft beer restaurant group Bundobust has opened a site in Liverpool city centre as the company continues to implement its ambitious expansion plans.

Bundobust secured a ten-year lease on its new 4,000 sq ft premises on Bold Street following advice by a team from Yorkshire law firm Gordons led by commercial property partner, Simon Mydlowski.

Having started as a street food concept in Bradford, Bundobust’s first bricks and mortar restaurant opened on Mill Hill in Leeds in 2014, followed by a Manchester venue in 2016. Gordons has advised Bundobust co-founders Mark Husak and Mayur Patel on a range of matters for five years and on all three of its restaurant leases.

Commenting on Bundobust Liverpool, Mark Husak said: “We worked long and hard with Simon and his team at Gordons to secure the lease on Bold Street and it was all worthwhile. The fast, pragmatic advice we received enabled us to get the property in the ideal location for Bundobust.

“We have got off to a great start in Liverpool and been welcomed with open arms by the city’s exciting food and drink scene. We are going to continue raising our profile within Liverpool and beyond, and look forward to welcoming many new customers to our restaurant.”

Bundobust’s Michelin Guide-recommended menu is entirely vegetarian and influenced by the vibrant street food scene of India, combined with an extensive list of the world’s best craft beer.

Gordons partner, Simon Mydlowski, added: “Bundobust has a distinct offering which appeals to modern diners’ demand for casual, fast and fresh food. Mark and Mayur have built the Bundobust brand from scratch and undertake deep research into customers, suppliers, produce and locations to ensure they are constantly evolving the business.

“It has been an exciting journey so far, and there is plenty more to come as Bundobust continues its expansion throughout the north of England.”