Bunny’s Kitchen and Soul, or simply “Bunny’s Kitchen,” is a Black-owned eatery specializing in soul and comfort food located on Indianapolis’ Eastside.
Although the business has been around for quite some time, the eatery secured a storefront in August.
The eatery has all warming favorites, such as croissant French toast, chicken and waffles, sweet cream pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and more. Most breakfast options come with a side of fried potatoes, seasoned to perfection.
The Indianapolis Recorder recently visited Bunny’s Kitchen, indulging in their breakfast options. Upon entry, the quaint yet welcoming eatery contains a massive chalkboard signed by patrons and community members. We were welcomed warmly by the staff. The flooring also hosts a rug with the company’s logo and branding. Patrons can see some of the back-of-the-house operations, including the eatery’s industrial-level grill and fryer.
Bunny’s Kitchen also has a lunch menu, containing fan favorites such as lemon pepper wings, double cheeseburgers, chicken sandwiches, breaded chicken wings and more.
Due to the immense popularity the eatery gained earlier this fall, wait times were longer than usual. Despite this, Bunny’s Kitchen and Soul was hot and fresh when served.
Bunny’s Kitchen is open 10 a.m.-7 p.m. daily. The eatery is located at 3373 N. Forest Manor Ave. Patrons should call ahead to avoid long wait times. The eatery accepts cash only during pick-up. Those who place an order ahead of arrival need to pay over the telephone. You can reach the eatery at 317-414-6775.
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