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REVIEW: Bunnychow, Soho

REVIEW: Bunnychow, Soho

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If hollowed-out loaves of freshly baked bread full to the brim with fragrant meat curries and crunchy salad sound like heaven to you, put Bunnychow on your ‘must-visit’ list.

Championing the light yet filling South African delicacy in the heart of Soho, this pretty little pit stop is ideal for quick lunches or lining the stomach before bar-hopping.Outside_of_bunnychow

Their latest menu features gluten-free bread, charcoal brioche, protein wholemeal and matcha green tea white bread, healthy new ‘loafs’ to help you treat yourself with a clear conscience.

A host of new fillings range from ‘Monkey Gland’ meatballs (tastier than they sound, but a little on the small side) to Chakalaka chicken in a fiery Peri Peri Sauce.

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We sampled a ‘Matcha Green Tea White Loaf’, coloured with green tea powder that’s bursting with catechins (the most beneficial antioxidant).

Even more virtuous (and simply delicious) was the ‘Naked Bunny’, a mixture of quinoa, spinach, peas, black beans and, spring & pickled onions with no bread at all.

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Washed down with a range of bright juices (served up in trendy countertop jars), this is fast food minus the side order of guilt.

That said, if you prefer to go home feeling a bit naughty, staff will happily add a splash of gin or vodka if you ask nicely. Hey, Dry January’s almost over – we won’t tell if you don’t.

Amy @ Fashionbite xx

Website: Bunnychow.com

Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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