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Published on February 27th, 2015 | by Gavin


Relaunched Menu @ Bunnychow, Soho

As my previous reviews show, I’m a big fan of Soho comfort food restaurant Bunnychow.  The South African influenced street food vendors opened their first permanent site on Wardour Street last year, after pop ups in Shoreditch, street food markets and music festivals all over the UK.  The Soho crowd doesn’t quite compare to Glastonbury revellers, so the team have been doing some on-the-job R&D and launched a brand new menu that we had a first chance to sample.

Gone are the desserts and flatbreads, and in come more varieties of breads, side dishes, and best of all, the Full English breakfast bunny is now available all day and night!

Bunnychow Brioche

The menu has been stripped bare since my last visit, in favour of focussing on five key fillings. Returning to its South African roots, the headline bunny is the Durban- a slow cooked mutton curry dish which was the first Bunnychow ever created.  To give that curry house effect, my Durban even came topped with a poppadom and chutney to dip as an appetiser.

Along with the new fillings, you can now choose from four types of bread; wholemeal, white, gluten free, and my personal favourite, brioche. To wash it all down, how about a plum and mint juice with a shot of gin for good measure?

The biggest improvement however is the addition of sides including piri piri ribs and monkey gland chicken wings for a meagre £1 each!  You’ll be hard pressed to find a better value meal in the entire West End.

New Bunnychow menu


Bunnychow, 74 Wardour St, W1F 0TE

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Born and raised in Croydon, South London, Gavin is a lover of cocktails, a passionate foodie, and a self-proclaimed ‘dancing god’. A (relatively) normal guy that decided to start blogging about his experiences around the city he loves.

One Response to Relaunched Menu @ Bunnychow, Soho

  1. sandrockpub says:

    Nice gastropub. Thanks for sharing with us.

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