Dalston is one of the trendiest and most desireable areas of London to live in and to socialise in, and every week there are new pubs and restaurants opening up. White Rabbit Dalston is in the heart of the area: their Bradbury Street location is close to both Dalston Kingsland overground and Dalston Junction tube stations and to the main Kingsland High Street drag, and their menu is packed with traditional British favourites, cooked in modern and exciting ways.
Such a shame this place is closing down. Really annoying. The broccoli with hazelnuts was excellent, the staff were friendly and it was just a lovely vibe
The food was -as always - original, interesting and tasty. But the restaurant is closing in a few days and that may be why we had sea bream twice on the chef's menu - and a touch overcooked on the main dish, two of the three options were not available and they'd run out of all beer. The service started well but slowed a lot towards the end. Still very sad to see this fascinating and fun eatery going.
Great food, lovely staff, unpretentious & friendly atmosphere. We've been going ever since it opened 4 years ago and are very sad that it's closing...
Few London districts conjure up an illusion of hipster cool like Dalston, and at White Rabbit Dalston, they’ve really pulled something new and innovative out of their chef’s hat. From their Bradbury Street address – close to Dalston Kingsland overground station and Kingsland High Street – is ideal for those coming in from all over the city, and come in they do, in search of superb British food, cooked with a multicultural twist and served in uber-stylish surrounds.
The menu is replete with influences from around the world that come together in London. British food is, of course, represented – we recommend the lamb with peas and mint – as are Jamaican jerk-spiced mackerel and Indian-style chicken with Kashmiri chili, yoghurt and onion fritters. On Bradbury Street in Dalston, one can find the best of London cuisine – and more and more people are becoming aware of this: so book a table ahead of time, as they do get busy.