bunny-chow

This is just a poster i did for my farewell coming up, its of a bunny chow as durban is known for its bunny chows and curries and also the farewell is taking place at a ‘curry house’ - not that hot a curry house though. the design was influenced by a mate of mine who did a similar poster, check him out stathi - http://www.flickr.com/photos/stathi_k/

As most of you know, I got a job in cape town and will be leaving good old durban to go work down there. 

I will be leaving durban on the 1st of january 2011, thought we could all meet up at house of curries for one last durban bunny or roti which ever way you inclined then definitely smash a few quarts and see from there where the night takes us.

Check you at hoc around 17:00 on the 28th think of it as a warm up for your new years party. 

Heynolaka


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Bunny Chow. The dish, while good, isn’t as great as the name. Curry in a bread bowl, created in Durban, RSA. And now available at many fine quicker-food establishments. I’m told that it is a great late night food. Eat the curry after having a few. Eat the bread the next day to nurse the morning-afters. Not that I would know anything about that.