White Rabbit is one of the most well-known and reputable restaurants in Russian and beyond. In 2015, White Rabbit ranked as one of the 50 Best Restaurants of the World for the first time, and has not left this prestigious global rating ever since.
You will find this panoramic restaurant on the 16 floor of the Smolenskiy Passazh mall and business complex, with a stunning view over Moscow's historical center. The interior design recreates the whimsical world explored by Lewis Carroll's Alice during her Adventures in Wonderland. The decor details further enhance the fairy-tale vibe: there is Victorian-style wooden furniture, an unusual bar counter assembled from book spines, and a six-meter fireplace with stucco ornaments.
Domestic cuisine is in perfect harmony with the latest gastronomic trends, all thanks to chef Vladimir Mukhin. He was one of the first chefs to start differentiating between ethnic Russian and general Russian cuisine, and his mission is to revive and re-imagine the country's culinary traditions. He believes that domestic cuisine is only just starting to take shape and gaining new meaning.
Vladimir regularly travels on expeditions to the most remote regions, bringing home unique products like Crimean truffles, Yalta rapana, chestnut honey, pickled bamboo, and moose milk. They form the core of a new sampling menu every season. The chef's original sets from various years then migrate to the permanent menu; they tell fascinating gastronomic stories, which is what made this restaurant so famous.
For a chance to dine here, you will have to book a table several weeks in advance.
Ask the concierge for a reservation If you are staying at the hotel.
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