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Soho restaurant wins top foodie award for South African 'bunny' breakfast

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A restaurant in Soho has had its full-English-in-brioche dish named this year's most innovative breakfast.

Bunnychow, on Wardour Street serves all its food in South African 'bunnies', the brioche-style buns with the middle scooped out and stuffed with a variety of different fillings from meatballs to pulled pork.

Their eye-catching breakfast was given the Most Innovative Breakfast award as part of the National Breakfast Awards, during (you guessed it) National Breakfast Week.

TV chef Phil Vickery gave the prize to the CEO of Bunnychow CEO, Atholl Milton on Wednesday.

Milton told Stylist.co.uk "we put a lot of thought and preparation into the Breakfast Bunny so we're really pleased to have won the award - our Chef Finn cures the bacon and makes the black pudding and it's a real labour of love.  Hopefully even more people can now enjoy the bunny as we're serving it all day." 

He also said "Everyone loves a hot breakfast so we wanted to take our South African heritage of using the loaf and then packing it full of fresh breakfast produce. Since we opened three months ago the Full English Bunny has been popular with the local office workers and commuters on the hop. We're delighted they are now award-winning!"

Award

The award in all its glory

Bunny

The Full English Bunny

The Best Breakfast Awards are judged in several categories from Best Cold Breakfast to Best Food Van. Yoghurt company Yeo Valley's in-house cafe  was named the best work-based breakfast (something to speak to the boss about for the rest of us).

Some of the other breakfast winners included:

Best Hot Breakfast

The Tavern Company, Liverpool – Full English

Best Cold Breakfast

Oliver’s Coffee Bar, Belfast – Breakfast Scones

Best Bed & Breakfast or Guest House

Cumberland House B&B, Gatwick – Full English Breakfast

Best Café, Coffee Shop or Farm Shop Breakfast

Albion Farm Shop, Saddleworth - Great British Breakfast

Best Hotel Breakfast

Lancers House, Sutton Mandeville, Salisbury - Eggs Mandeville

Best Pub

The Speckled Hen, Lisburn - The Hen’s Breakfast

Best Work-based Restaurant

Fodder @ Yeo Valley, Blagdon - Scrambled Egg and Smoked Trout on Sourdough Toast

Best Food Van

Lizzy’s Catering Trailer, Llantarnam Road, Cwmbran - Breakfast in a Tray

Oliver's

Scones at Oliver's cafe, the winner of Best Cold Breakfast

words: Victoria Gray, Images: Facebook

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