White Rabbit took the 23d place of the most prestigious international restaurant rating.
On the 1st of June in London’s Guildhall the winners of yearly award, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, were announced. Moscow-based White Rabbit, a project of Boris Zarkov, took the 23d place of the most prestigious international restaurant rating.
White Rabbit had also received a «Highest New Entry» award from an authoritative jury, after rising from the 71st to the 23d place in the list of the best restaurants of the world only in a year. For the first time in the history of the award Russian restaurant was acclaimed so highly by The World's 50 Best Restaurants Academy, which includes the leaders of the international restaurant industry:
gastronomic critics, chefs, restaurateurs and the most experienced foodies from 27 regions. Moreover - Vladimir Mukhin was also the youngest chef among all the winners of 2015.