Located in the centre of Moscow on the sixteenth floor of the Smolensky Passage building, the White Rabbit is a truly unusual restaurant. In 2016 it was placed in 18th position in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants classification of the well-known British magazine, Restaurant.
As you might deduce from the name, the place itself is a tribute to the novel Alice in Wonderland, with an army of white rabbits dotted about here and there.
The rococo-style White Rabbit has a breathtaking 360-degree panorama over the beautiful city of Moscow, and is headed up by Vladimir Mukhin, a young chef who uses local ingredients in season and, owing to modern culinary techniques, is well-known for his ability to re-interpret traditional national recipes in a wholly innovative manner.
Despite his age – just 33 years old – Mukhin’s results are putting him both at the head of a wave of new Russian talent and under the international spotlight.
Owing to its fabulous atmosphere, the superb panorama and above all Mukhin’s wonderful cuisine, you will, at the White Rabbit, easily manage to lose your sense of reality and enter the enchanting world of Lewis Carroll.
Moscow, October 2016