This comes after the restaurant defeated nine other popular eateries at this years Durban Coca Cola Bunny Chow Barometer challenge claiming the top spot. The competition was held at the Blue Lagoon this past weekend.
Jeera fast became a firm favourite having sold out on their curried lamb bunny chows in record time. Head chef, Kevindren Pillay said the vibe and energy was electrifying and it was a fantastic team effort.
“We are hugely grateful to be recognised as the restaurant serving Durban’s best bunny chow and we look forward to welcoming more guests to enjoy our scrumptious offerings,” he said.
He said what makes the curries at Jeera so moreish is the secret blend of fresh, pure spices.
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In addition to winning the best bunny chow title, Jeera received prizes valued at R30 000 including a soft restaurant make-over.
General Manager at SunSquare Suncoast hotel, Lettisha Sigh said she felt ecstatic about being the title winner adding that her team had “put their best foot forward” resulting in a successful and well-deserved win. They sold a whopping 500 bunny chows and the best part was that people wanted more. It just goes to show that they definitely had the winning formula,” she said.
“We were on site by 6 am to set-up and decorate our stand. We had hostesses serve complimentary shots of Bombay crush to patrons in queue. We also offered a complimentary sojee (Indian dessert) with every bunny chow purchased,” said Singh.