The White Rabbit is a gorgeous restaurant in Moscow, offering modern takes on well established Russian dishes, such as borsch soup with fried crucians, baked beans and turnip crisps or veal tongue cooked into a bird cherry with morel sauce. The restaurant is the joint project of chef Vladimir Mukhin and restauranteur Boris Zarkov.
Part of the White Rabbit’s magic is in its decor. As the name suggests, the restaurant embraces a broad Alice in Wonderland theme. The stylish rooftop restaurant also sits under a glass dome on the 16th floor of Smolensky Passage, meaning stunning panoramic views of the city.
The restaurant opens each season with a different tasting menu, showcasing new products, ideas, flavours and combinations. White Rabbit’s focus on local products, original recipes and finely designed combinations has established its reputation as one of Moscow’s best restaurants.
If you can, we would recommend sitting at the Gastrobar, where you can watch counter cooks and bartenders create inspiring drinks and dishes, and talk to guests about the secrets behind creations.
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