A spicy yet tasty Durban mutton curry in a bread loaf, the ‘bunny chow’ is a popular South African street food. The curries were made and served by an Indian caste of merchants who were called banias. During this time in Durban, there were many Indian and Chinese workers in the city, and Chinese food was typically called chow. These two words came together as bania chow. Over time, bania chow became bunny chow.
Relish360’s Durban Bunny Chow
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Laugh a bit thanks to the Durban Bunny Chow
What happens when Pa has a bad bunny chow and calls the shop to complain. #GoodeMorning This restaurant owner didn’t expect this call at all when the caller claims that his messed up tummy was due to eating a bunny from this specific store.
Listen to the prank call here,