Bunnychow

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74 Wardour St, W1F 0TE
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Where?
74 Wardour St, W1F 0TE
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When?

How Much?

Stepping out from the Soho glare and into the paws of the new menu from the people over at Bunnychow – where South African street food meets Soho chic, the night started out with an array of cocktails. The Rabbit Punch and Beach Rum were a delicious mix of flavours that cleansed the palate. Mess tin trays followed next, housing the distinctive Bunnychow hollowed-out loafs that were brimming with goodness; The Veggie and the glorious Chakalaka Chicken. Chicken wings coated in a fiery chilli paste were the perfect side dish, complementing the already filling main.  The rich and gooey flavours of the Bunny Chocolate Pot closed the evening on a sugary high. Little loafs with big flavours, indeed.

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