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WHAT THE TRUCK?

Yip that’s right, bunnychow started life on four wheels as a street truck parking up at the coolest events and street corners in and around London. But we got so popular, we had to open our first pop-up shop in Boxpark, Shoreditch, London and put down some roots in the trendier part of town.

If you are not out East, then the original bunnychow truck will be roaming around wherever the hungriest people are in London (or where we can get parked without getting a ticket! Click here to see where the truck is this week.

THE FOOD

BUNNY TALES

ORIGiN

ORIGINAL STREET FOOD

DURBAN CITY, 1940'S

It was the best of times and it was the best of times for Indian workers who were on the up in the 1940s for 3 reasons. 1) They started to become home owners 2) They became business men and started to open shops and restaurants, but best of all 3) The Bunny Chow was invented so that Indian workers could enjoy something more exciting than porridge or roti breads and beans. It wasn't before long that it became a local favourite for all.

Legend 1

The Origin of bunnychow

Bunny Chow was created in Durban South African to help keep worker’s lunch intact as there were no cutlery, plates or packed lunch boxes  out in the fields at the sugar plantations of Natal.

Legend 2

Beef bunny

Bunny Chow is a little loaf, hollowed out and filled with juicy curry, traditionally served in a quarter, half or even full loaf.

Legend 3

Origin Plantation

Bunnychows were often eaten by sugar plantation workers under a nearby Banyan Tree. The trees were a safe haven for them to dream big while enjoying a well earned break.

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BUNNYCHOW
DRY CLEANING CO.

BUNNIES ARE SOMETIMES MESSY TO EAT SO IF YOU MAKE A MESS ON YOUR CLOTHES, CALL US ON0203 697 7762

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