Address: Smolenskaya Square, 3, Moskva, Russia, 121099

Nearest Metro: Smolenskaya

Phone: 7-495-782-6262


White Rabbit in moscow

White Rabbit is located on the 16th floor of Smolensky Passage shopping gallery. This is just steps away from the famous Arbat street and Russian Ministry of Foreign Relations. White Rabbit occupies two top floors under the glass roof, making it a good option to enjoy some panoramic views of the city. In summer it makes good sense to book a table at the restaurant’s open verandah.

The restaurant represents the so called “new Russian cuisine”. What this means is that they use local products to cook traditional Russian dishes with a modern touch.

Just to give you an example there is Russian borscht on the menu that is served with fried crucian carp fishes, baked beans and turnip chips. Another example is cabbage rolls stuffed with rabbit meat and served with foie gras souce.

They also have a decent selection of more traditional dishes like various kinds of steaks, French onion soup and Russian pies, in case any of the “modern” options make you feel uncomfortable.

The cuisine at White Rabbit is managed by Vladimir Mukhin who made a great contribution to the inclusion of the restaurant in the international “Top 50 Best Restaurants” list in 2015.

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