Panoramic restaurant of new Russian cuisine on the sixteenth floor of Smolensky Passage. From here you can see the historical center of Moscow.
The White Rabbit space has a two-level layout. The upper and lower halls are decorated in the spirit of the magical world from Alice in Wonderland. The fabulous atmosphere is supported by decor items: Victorian-style furniture, an unusual bar counter made of book spines and a six-meter fireplace with decorative stucco.
The main person in the kitchen is chef Vladimir Mukhin, thanks to whom in 2015 the White Rabbit restaurant was included in the prestigious international rating of 50 Best Restaurants, and is included there every year. Mukhin specializes in modern Russian cuisine and experiments with local products. For example, you can try borscht with fried crucian carp, baked beans and turnip chips or rabbit mini-stuffed cabbage with foie gras sauce. Every season, the chef presents a tasting set of seasonal products to the guests of the White Rabbit restaurant.
At the same time, along with author's positions, the restaurant has a permanent menu with dishes understandable to everyone: French onion soup, steaks, zucchini porridge with smoked apples, and even egg and onion pies.
Separately, it is worth noting an impressive line of signature cocktails from chef bartender Oleg Reshetnyakov. Among them there are positions with seasonal fruits, berries, homemade syrups and tinctures. The bar list also includes classic cocktails and strong alcohol. The wine collection of the White Rabbit restaurant includes names from the Old and New Worlds, Africa and even Asia, but the main emphasis is on Russian wines.
The restaurant regularly hosts gastronomic and wine evenings with tastings and master classes from the chef.
Smolenskaya sq., 3, Moscow, Russia, 121099