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has opened up shop at Box Park, but don’t worry it’s not a lettuce joint nor does it serve up rabbit. Oh no these South African inspired bunnies are little loafs of bread filled with tasty combos….

We sampled the Ginger Chicken Bunny, a pretty spicy chicken and squash Asian creamy curry that is perfect for winter and the Monkey Gland Bunny, meatballs smothered in African monkey gland sauce (a tangy fruity sauce which contains no Monkey). Both of which are mammoth portions and will leave you full.

If you’re looking for something a little different for lunch check it out…

2 Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6HT