Moscow Restaurant White Rabbit Named One of World’s Best

2nd Jun 2015 0 Comments

Moscow restaurant White Rabbit was named one of the world’s top restaurants in new rankings that came out Monday. The eatery, led by chef Vladimir Mukhin, came in 23rd on the list and was also named the highest-ranked new entry on the list.

Judges noted the chef’s innovative dishes that combine Russian tradition with global food trends and noted the restaurant’s setting featuring 360-degree views of central Moscow.

Spanish restaurant El Celler de Can Roca regained its title as the world’s best restaurant on Monday, fending off previous winner Noma, with which it has alternated the top honor in recent years. The Copenhagen restaurant dropped two places to No. 3, knocking chef-owner Rene Redzepi off the top spot he had held last year and for three previous years at the annual fine dining ceremony held in London’s Guildhall.



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