Bunnychow is a popular Durban fast food, and it's basically a hollowed out quarter loaf of bread filled with curry. It has become synonymous with Durban and the large Indian community that lives there. In this presentation, Luke Comins and Chris Shappe share their appreciation for this flavourful meal. (in English)
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