What it is: A hollowed-out loaf of bread filled with curry.
What's the deal: SA's answer to the bread bowl (watch your back, Panera), this dish originated in the Durban Indian community during the time of apartheid. People of color were barred from certain restaurants and cafes, so they began ordering take-out meals from the sides or backdoors of these eateries. Roti, a popular dish at the time, was difficult to eat and fell apart easily, so Indian restaurant owners started using loaves of bread as take-out containers for curries. There's no actual bunny in the chow, which is typically made with chicken, lamb, vegetables, or mutton and is lightly spiced. The name is just a take on the word 'Bania', an Indian merchant caste that peddled the curries. Oh, and you don't use utensils to eat it, but forks are overrated anyways.