RABBIT RESTAURANT: A REVIEW

 

Ever wished you could magically transport yourself away from the hustle of the city to the tranquillity of the English country side? Well, look no further than RABBIT, located on the iconic King’s Road! Read on for a review of this farm to table restaurant in London.

RABBIT is a small restaurant which aims to capture the ‘flavours, freshness and vibrancy’ of the English countryside. Using only wild, naturally sourced and locally grown ingredients from their family farm in Nutfield, West Sussex, the Gladwin brothers have strived to bring a taste of the country to the heart of London. What’s more, their range of wines come from their own English vineyard!

The sharing plates menu allows you to try a bit of everything. We recommend ordering a large selection to get a real feel for what is on offer! We most enjoyed the Wild Mushroom Ragu with Celeriac and Crispy Sage and the Pan-Fried Goat’s Cheese with Honey, Almonds & Thyme. We promise they are as delicious as they sound! We recommend ordering a large selection in order to get a real feel for what is on offer and to make the most of it!

Don’t fear, the RABBIT team are there to guide you through the menu every step of the way, recommending the dishes they feel would best suit your tastes and to ensure you get to have a balanced selection of flavours.

All you have to do is sit back and enjoy as if surrounded by the luxurious countryside of West Sussex.

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