In the 1800s, Indian migrant workers were a huge part of South Africa's sugar cane labor force. Often lacking access to dinnerware, they brought their lunch in hollowed out bread bowls, filling them with Indian-by-way-of-South African ingredients and dubbing them “bunnies”. This brand new style of curry became one of South Africa’s staple foods, and we’re glad to see it hasn’t been lost yet — at least, not at Bunny Chow South African Curry, a truck serving up the specialty in Salt Lake City, UT.
With chicken, lamb, or veggie versions of the titular dish, it shouldn’t be hard to find the right chow for you. Of course you’ll enjoy the tomato-based curry on its own, but the real prize comes at the end, when you get to eat all the bread that’s been soaking in delicious curry flavor. So why wait? Stop by the truck and grab some bunny chow, or have Bunny Chow South African Curry out to cater your next event.
Lamb Bunny Chow — Tangy South African curry full of perfectly-cooked, tender lamb, all in a spongey, warm bread bowl
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