Hop along to Bunny Chow Down
One of the most unique forms of street food available in Brisbane is being served up to market crowds every week. Bunny Chow could be the next big thing, and you can try it at the Rocklea Markets this weekend.
Markets are undoubtedly one of the best places to enjoy some new and amazing food, yet picking a meal is often a troublesome endeavour. Next time you have a hard time making a decision, remember these three words: Bunny Chow Down.
Owned and operated by Scott and Tracy Macarthur, this Australian and South African couple have chosen to share their love of spicy flavours and curries through a street food-style stall selling bunny chow.
Originating in Durban, this bunny chow is as unique as they come. The dish is primarily curry served within a hollowed-out loaf of bread. If this doesn’t sound like much to you, just wait until you see the spin that Scott and Tracy have put on it. A generous helping of your choice of curry is topped with a mixture of fresh salad, spicy chillies and homemade chutneys that create an aromatic blend of sweet and spicy flavours that is delightfully scrumptious.
You can find Bunny Chow Down at the Manly Harbour Village Halloween Festival this weekend and at Currumbin Night Market on Friday nights or at the Brisbane MarketPlace Rocklea from 6:00 am to 12:00 pm most Saturdays.
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