Chef Vladimir Mukhin White Rabbit Moscow Russia

January 8, 2018 by Laura Gomez


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.

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.

Seasonal local products, original recipes and finely-designed combinations – those are the distinctive features of a cuisine of Vladimir Mukhin, chef of White Rabbit. Vladimir opens every season with a tasting menu, which is based on new products, ideas and combinations of flavors. Through our tasting menu we have already introduced Black sea oysters, rapa whelk from Yalta, Crimean truffle and other delicacies of contemporary Russian cuisine.




4 toques from Gault & Millau

Experts of the legendary French guide gave White Rabbit the highest grade.

Michelin’s main rival, the famous restaurant rating Gault & Millau published in 30 countries, have been released in Russia. The White Rabbit restaurant featured in the first Russian edition has received top grades from the experts – 4 “toques”, as well as “WOW!” mark which means that the institution features something special. “Here, traditional Russian dishes are intertwined with the latest gastronomic trends, and local products vie with recognized world delicacies,” experts concluded.

Also White Rabbit was recognized as one of the Top 10 restaurants with exceptional wine card, and its Chef Vladimir Mukhin received the highest recognition from Gault & Millau as “Legendary Chef”.

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White Rabbit
3 Smolenskaya square, 16th floor, Moscow, Russia
T.+7 (495) 510-510-1 / +7 (495) 782-62-62

Mon / Tue / Wed / Sun 12:00 – 00:00
Thu / Fri / Sat 12:00 – 02:00

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