Walking into Red Rabbit the first thing you notice is the amazing decor-they have really made an effort to make the place look really wonderful. We were lucky enough to be placed at the chef's table which is in a semi-private little nook for parties of 8 or more, it made the whole evening just a little bit more special. Small things like the wooden bunny and the iron roosters on the table just elevate the setting to something unique and memorable.
Starters were a mix of pumpkin soup (a delicious custardy creation that they should think of turning into an ice-cream flavour), snails (very good but wasn't served with any bread so the sauce was wasted) and baked camambert (best presentation of the night and very nice but not the best baked camambert I've had).
Main courses are definitely the highlight of this restaurant, the signature "Rabbit la Rouge" is exceptional and the steaks (whatever variety) are done to perfection.
The desserts unfortunately need a bit of work, they were good but nothing to write home about-they are actually fairly bland and not worth the price. Rather pick-up a Mcflurry on the way home.
Service was excellent and in general I'd say it's definitely worth the visit-just be warned, it's not the cheapest place in the world.
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