South African


74 Wardour Street W1F 0TE
United Kingdom


A bunny is a dish that originated in Durban’s (South Africa) Indian community, in the 1940s, and essentially is a hollowed out loaf of bread that is filled with curry or some other stew like sauce. The restaurant Bunnychow sells these bunnies in Soho in a small little restaurant. I can’t actually quite call it a restaurant and it is more like a casual eatery. I think this place is perfect if your work in Soho or nearby and want to have a more than average interesting lunch, but this is no dinner restaurant. The “restaurant” is open 7 days a week from breakfast to late in the evening and serves a special English breakfast bunny with the loaf filled with typical English breakfast ingredients.

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