They say that Bunnychow is bursting with more flavour than a messy meal like this has any right to do so. They also say that fusion food like this is the backpacker of fantastic feeds at budget prices. You can find bunnychow in New York, London, Tel Aviv, Sydney and everywhere you find an expat community of South Africans. But Balgowlah bunny chow bites back boring fast food better than the rest. Have you tried a Balgowlah bunny? Perhaps, think about this next time you are out and about in the region.
This is Integration on a Culinary Scale
Some South Africans swear that love is a bunny shared between two. They can tell you stories of good times spent together accompanied by a hunger assuaging bunny. Nights out on the turpentine are best followed by a late-night bunny. Feed the man a bunny and he will do the right thing by you. Bunnychow is a way of life for many. A dietary marker in the lives of most South Africans, is this marriage of Gujrati curry and white bread. This is not assimilation this is integration on a culinary scale. Food always leads the way, when it comes to common sense decisions.
You can keep your bunny vegetarian, as in fact the first bunny chow was. Alternatively, you can tuck into a chicken curry filled bunny and let the delicious sauce run down your cheeks. Bunnies can be filled with a variety of Durban Indian inspired curries containing lamb, beef or goat. The white loaf crust makes the perfect eco friendly container for your curry. Why? Because you can eat it of course. Bunnychow in Sydney: Durban street food in Balgowlah is a must for any