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anyplace serve Bunny Chow?

Chowpatty Aug 10, 2006 12:38 AM

I just ran across a reference to a South African street food called Bunny Chow -- it's any type of curry stuffed into a loaf of white bread.
Here's a rather amusing explanation:
Has anyone ever seen this in L.A. or maybe in Artesia? Sounds like it would be fun to try.

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    bigdaddyindavalley Aug 10, 2006 01:17 AM

    In Van Nuys, the Springbok Bar & Grill serves Bunny Chow. They are at 16153 Victory Blvd, Van Nuys, CA 91316

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    1. re: bigdaddyindavalley
      JBC Aug 10, 2006 03:08 PM

      They have also just opened a new location in Long Beach, so bunny chow chowing is expanding...


      1. re: JBC
        Mrs Fang Aug 11, 2006 03:25 AM

        I've been to the Springbok in LB (Shoreline Village) a few times for lunch and while I haven't had the bunny chow, I will say that their calamari plate, served on a nicely seasoned bed of rice, is delicious. The breading is light and mixed with a few herbs, fried to perfect tenderness.

        I've also tried the boerewors roll (a giant sausage on a French roll), which kind of overwhelmed me. And the chicken liver peri peri, which is like a really good chili con carne made with chicken livers. No, it IS good.

        But my favorite thing there is the biltong, which you can order by the half- or full-pound, to go. I did have one marginal batch (I think they make it there), but the others have been habit forming. Meat crack!

    2. Chowpatty Aug 10, 2006 01:21 AM

      Cool! I'm so glad someone has heard of it.

      1. Will Owen Aug 10, 2006 01:25 AM

        That is very much fun. If I didn't have dinner in the oven right now, I might be tempted to make one of these...unless getting to Van Nuys might be faster!

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