The Bunny Chow has become an unofficial flagship for Durban cuisine. Its pedigree is stretched as far back as the first the Indian Settlers in South Africa and although little is known about the origins of the dish, there has not been much development in the general composition of the dish. It’s still a hollowed out bread loaf that houses curry. And this doesn’t need to be changed, since its popularity remains consistent. However, what could have changed in the odd century that it has been around is its delivery. Little has been done to deliver the dish in a manner fitting of its quality and add function to the presentation of the bunny..