Rabbit
Verdict based on 4 critic, 0 blogger and 0 user reviews and awards
Restaurant Profile »

Address: 172 Kings Road, London SW3 4UP

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 3750 0172

British restaurant in Chelsea by the Gladwins brothers who are also behind The Shed in Notting Hill.

Latest reviews of Rabbit

Olivia Parker restaurant reviews

Olivia Parker, The Telegraph

3 January 2015

The   eponymous rabbit, marinated in bone marrow sauce and encased in two quite dense ravioli, is rich and flavoursome, and lifted by a drizzle of delicate lovage pesto. (…) Our exit from Rabbit is less of a hop, more of a waddle. We feel we’ve been led on a playful jaunt through the natural larder of the countryside, sampling a great range of British fare cooked with imagination and energy…

Read full review »
fay_maschler

Fay Maschler, Evening Standard

28 November 2014

Delicate slices of rare Nutbourne lamb mixed with leaves of wild mint, the sweetness of honey, the autumnal beauty of puréed squash and the crunch of healthy pumpkin seeds is a wizard take on a British tradition…

Read full review »
Liddle

Rod Liddle, The Sunday Times

12 October 2014

But the food? I hate to say this, but it was exceptional…

Read full review »
Time_out

Guy Dimond, Time Out

9 October 2014

Rabbit ravioli was the best dish, meat tender, pasta al dente but glossed with bone marrow, lovage pesto and wild mushrooms. Foraged and wild ingredients feature prominently. Marshland salsify and sea-purslane leaves littered a fillet of hake, with a perfectly balanced sauce of cider, cockles and butter…

Read full review »

What the Critics say

Olivia Parker restaurant reviews

Olivia Parker, The Telegraph

3 January 2015

The   eponymous rabbit, marinated in bone marrow sauce and encased in two quite dense ravioli, is rich and flavoursome, and lifted by a drizzle of delicate lovage pesto. (…) Our exit from Rabbit is less of a hop, more of a waddle. We feel we’ve been led on a playful jaunt through the natural larder of the countryside, sampling a great range of British fare cooked with imagination and energy…

Read full review »
fay_maschler

Fay Maschler, Evening Standard

28 November 2014

Delicate slices of rare Nutbourne lamb mixed with leaves of wild mint, the sweetness of honey, the autumnal beauty of puréed squash and the crunch of healthy pumpkin seeds is a wizard take on a British tradition…

Read full review »
Liddle

Rod Liddle, The Sunday Times

12 October 2014

But the food? I hate to say this, but it was exceptional…

Read full review »
Time_out

Guy Dimond, Time Out

9 October 2014

Rabbit ravioli was the best dish, meat tender, pasta al dente but glossed with bone marrow, lovage pesto and wild mushrooms. Foraged and wild ingredients feature prominently. Marshland salsify and sea-purslane leaves littered a fillet of hake, with a perfectly balanced sauce of cider, cockles and butter…

Read full review »