White Rabbit Moscow

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White Rabbit – Russian cuisine, Michelin-style

The award-winning (23th of 50 World Best restaurants) White Rabbit is often called a “Michelin Star”, if only Michelin awarded stars in Russia.

Located at the glass rooftop of the Smolensky Passage, with a beautiful view over Moscow, I love how it’s filled with romantic atmosphere and state-of-the-art cuisine by famous Chef Vladimir Mukhin. I like having a dinner there with my girlfriend for some rare events like birthdays.

To get the best of White Rabbit, order a “Tasting set” of exciting foods and drinks, 8500RUR per person, but their A La Carte menu is good also. All the meals are perfectly made and perfectly served, with a choice ranging from simple (but tasty) seafood, meat and salads to very complex dishes.

I also like their reinventions of national Russian cuisine: crispy Borodinsky Bread, Borsch, Northern fish or Wild Boar.

It’s virtually impossible to get there without booking a table, so do it at least some days in advance. “Tasting Sets” have to be booked in advance as well.

To get a table with a nice view over Moscow, be specific about that, as these tables are very limited.

Hint: To get there, go through the Smolensky Passage trade center, heading straight and slightly to the right. There will be a door to the “office center”. Inside, take a lift to the 5th floor, change the lift to another that goes to the 16th floor (there is a White Rabbit logo near the lift), and you’re there.

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Address

Smolenskaya Square, 3, Moscow

Telephone number

+74956633999

Opening Times

Sun - Wed 12:00 - 00:00, Thu - Sat 12:00 - 02:00

Price

Average dish: RUB 900

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Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)