At White Rabbit in Moscow Vladimir Mukhin, the shining star of Russia’s burgeoning fine dining scene pushes the limits on the whole dining experience, stimulating the senses and forging a new generation of Russian haute cuisine.
With his ‘Contrast’ tasting menu, Mukhin has added an augmented reality layer in the fine dining experience and true innovation for guests to enjoy.
In the glass domed White Rabbit dining room, offering spectacular views over Moscow we are taken through a journey for the senses, through gastronomy, virtual reality and even smell.
We get to go behind the scenes and visit the kitchen to witness the preparation while chef Mukhin talk us through every single element and we visit the White Rabbit Lab where as Mukhin puts it “all the interesting things happen”.
White Rabbit reached 13th on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019 list in recognition of Mukhin achievements. The Russian has been cooking since he was twelve years old when he joined a restaurant in which his father was working. With Communist Russia still in the recent past, when food was considered functional and meals were prepared according to a government issued cookbook, Mukhin departed on a global culinary journey that saw him train in he trained at La Barone in France, El Celler de Can Roca in Spain and Khajimi in Japan, before returning to his native Russia to openWhite Rabbit in 2012 and begin a movement of new Russian cuisine.
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