|Monday - Friday||18:00 - 00:00|
|Saturday - Sunday||11:00 - 00:00|
|Budget||Great Value (£15 - £30)|
|Nearest Station||Dalston Kingsland|
Visa and Mastercard
Dalston Junction or Dalston Kingsland Stations
Takes bookings, Walk-ins welcome, Good for groups or parties, Good for children and Table service
White Rabbit opened in 2012 after four friends had the idea to build a restaurant in Dalston. They felt the time was right to create a place that served great contemporary food and had an atmosphere that suited everyone. White Rabbit aspires to the standards of high-end eatery but without the traditional formality. We are in Dalston after all. The heart of White Rabbit is a kitchen that focuses the creativity of chefs, using modern as well as time-tested equipment and techniques. The rules are that we do not have any classic dishes on the menu in their true form. We set ourselves the challenge of creating fresh takes on dishes that use a process for every element served. We smoke, cure, pickle, brine and churn our way through the seasons using the best available produce and work closely with our suppliers to keep things moving forward.
The White Rabbit has carved out a place within the Dalston food scene, offering locals contemporary, well thought out food and an atmosphere to match. It is clear that White Rabbit has high ambitions when it comes to their food, however they have managed to avoid appearing pretentious or stuffy. Creativity is at the heart of everything they do and, as such, the menu changes regularly but always offers seasonal dishes served up in three varying sizes. Currently on the menu you will find, Burrata and Mixed Herbs on Toast, Onglet with Scrambled Eggs and their Salt Fish Croquettes with Jerk Sauce. They also offer a perfectly concise drinks list featuring around seven cocktails and a well-chosen wine selection.