One of the world’s best restaurants situated under a domed glass roof on the top floor of Moscow’s historical center, offers exquisite cuisine with spectacular views.
The award- winning White Rabbit restaurant is located in the heart of Moscow, offers diners stunning 360-degree view of the city from a glass dome on the 16th floor of Smolensky Passage, overlooking the Arbat, the Moskva River, and the Moscow City business complex.
The White Rabbit is the first Russian restaurant that takes place in the top half of the World’s Best for the last five years. It is the first joint project of restaurateur Boris Zarkov and chef Vladimir Mukhin. Legendary chef, Vladimir Mukhin is the leading culinary light of the White Rabbit Group, which has 16 restaurants around the country. Local seasonal produce, modern techniques and and finely-designed creative combinations – are the distinctive features of chef Vladimir Mukhin cuisines.
The restaurant offers à la carte options and two degustations: which celebrates and explores the development of the country’s cuisine. Tasting menu, include sea urchin with tangerine in a baked potato, and coco lardo with black caviar and black bread. The à la carte options range from barley porridge with hazel grouse and morels to calf tongue with mashed potatoes.
The trendy, sophisticated White Rabbit interior décor is opulent, colorful and playful. The main dining room features turquoise, yellow and red velvet sofas and cosy curved booths. Weird and wonderful rabbit-themed art adorns the restaurant, including giant Russian dolls, or matryoshka, with white rabbits in their arms.
Hospitality Type: Restaurants