Bunny Chow (known in South Africa simply as a bunny) is a spicy, flavorful Durban style curry made with either lamb, beef, chicken ar veggie and served in a home made hollowed out half loaf of bread. The origin of the name is unclear, but most believe that it came from a South African restaurant called Kapitan's which served the local Indian community who were primarily from an Indian caste known as Banias. Workers in the restaurant would call out the order as Banias chow and that became Bunny Chow.
A velvety curry gravy filled with potato, tomato, onion and protein of choice served inside a freshly baked home made hollowed out half loaf of bread. Two sizes available - baby bunny or a big bunny. You can also get it spiced to your level of enjoyment with mild, medium or authentic.
Bunny's are available as:
Vegetarian - with added butter beans, Chicken, Beef or Lamb
With a nod back to English influence in South Africa, we are happy to add the full English Breakfast Bunny. A savory mixture of baked beans, pork bangers, bacon, fried tomato and mushrooms topped with an easy over egg all served in a toasted half loaf of bread. Only available for morning services.