Located under a glass dome on a 16th floor of Smolenskiy Passage, White Rabbit is the first joint project of restaurateur Boris Zarkov and chef Vladimir Mukhin.
Beautiful, modern and daring in its own way. Here for the first time Russian cuisine sounds in unison with the latest culinary trends and Russian products rise to a height of recognized delicacies. Want borsch soup? Try ours, with fried crucians, baked beans and turnip crisps. Do you know how delicious can veal tongue be?
Taste it cooked in a shape of famous Russian “Lakomka” ice cream, cooked into a bird cherry dough with morel sauce. Every dish from White Rabbit menu is a result of a long work, gastronomical expeditions and a special respect for traditions.
One of the halls of the White Rabbit is the , the first and only gastronomic theater in Russia. Resident chefs are introducing new sets and internationally renowned chefs bring their tasting menu. The chamber atmosphere and interactive format immerse as deeply as possible into the ideas of the authors. Here, chefs broadcast their philosophy not only through food, but also through personal communication.