Modern British recipes are celebrated at Rabbit in Chelsea, with a focus nose-to-tail dining in this country-style setting. This family-run restaurant on the Kings Road has a charming rustic farmhouse feel, and offers a cosy little escape from the London bustle outside.
The Rabbit menu crafts dishes made with produce from the owners' family farm in Sussex, and from other ethical sources around Britain. Inventive recipes include pork cigars served with apple ketchup, as well as hand-dived king scallop with chestnut velouté, caviar and shaved fennel. Hearty mains include the Sussex beef sirloin and monkfish fillet, while vegetarians can enjoy treats like the mushroom and truffle barley risotto, alongside an ample vegan menu.
Traditional Sunday lunches are a highlight at Rabbit in Chelsea, with all the trimmings and proper Sunday gravy on offer. For pudding, tuck into rice pudding with berry jam, a British cheese board, or try a signature Bloody Mary.
A wonderful blend of modern British innovation with a traditional rural feel, replete with chunky wooden furnishings, vintage prints and greenery. Rabbit is a rustic restaurant in London that sits just a 10-minute walk from Sloane Square Tube Station.