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White Rabbit

Russian celebrity chef Vladimir Muhin runs the kitchen at White Rabbit, a strangely Alice in Wonderland themed restaurant in Smolenskaya Square. The decor is strange, to be sure – portraits of white rabbits (what else?) dressed in turn-of-the-century garb look down over diners seated at basic bone leather loveseats. The bar is a little bit more hip, with neon spot lights lighting a wash of colour over green velvet bench tables and heaping glasses of wine. The food is difficult to pin down – supposedly a reinvented Russian cuisine but actually a mishmash of foods from all over – guacamole on Bluefin tartare and a whole range of dishes cooked over a hosper (open fire). 

What you really come here for is the view. White Rabbit has perhaps the best view of any restaurant in Moscow  – a 360-degree panorama over the city’s spires backed by Western and Russian live music that actually makes this place pretty bumpin’.

House 3, Smolenskaya Square,
Smolenskaya Sq.
+7 495 66 33 999
Opening Times
noon - 6am, daily
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