What they say:
There isn't a dry muesli flake or soggy carrot baton in sight at Chelsea restaurant Rabbit. The Gladwin brothers (ingenious wild men behind The Shed on Palace Gardens Terrace) have brought sustainably sourced, foraged and produced British cuisine to Kings Road. The inventive menu of 'mouthfuls', 'slow cooking', 'fast cooking' and 'puds' resoundingly proves that 'rabbit food' can be both delicious and creative. With offerings such as plaice, razor clam ceviche, chili and borache for £9.50, who could dispute this?
What we say:
Rabbit would have Hugh Fearnley-Wittingstall whipping his russet coloured hair with glee, and we're inclined to agree! Going into the wild for dinner seems to be giving Londoners that wholesome mmmm of satisfaction; with nature-trail menus from the likes of Grain Store in Kings Cross proving a grand success with all you little animals! The innovative techniques and delightful food at Rabbit have us wiggling our tails and cleaning our whiskers contentedly. Especially after a 'Rabbit Loosener' of gin, blackburry, plantain and soda for £8.