Bunny-chow is an indigenous South African fast food which was invented in Durban, consists of hollowed-out bread filled with curry. There is no Durban without bunny-chows. Using half a loaf of white bread, with the hard end as a base, scoop out the middle, pack full with curry and sambals and replace the inside as a lid. An authentic Durban phenomenon.

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