Serenaded by a mini bamboo forest, the Rabbit Hole @ KL exudes an unusual note of serenity right at the heart of Changkat Bukit Bintang.
At the same time, the mixture of metallic tone and graffiti funk makes it the perfect place to chill and have a glass of beer.
The Rabbit Hole is also partially inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia. The gentleman’s lounge here has secret passageway behind the bookcase, just like in the novel.
I purchased a RM 80 Groupon voucher for RM 48 from Shopback Malaysia , so that’s a pretty good deal ! By the way, Shopback Malaysia is an online shopping website that gives you the best promo code on Groupon on top of cashback. The cashback for this deal is 10 % (i.e. RM 4.80), so the total spent to buy the voucher was only RM 43.2.
For starters – we had carrot & celery sticks.
We were a little startled when the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” (RM 16) came because the soup was out of site. But fret not, the waiter quickly opened the flask where the soup was kept warm and poured in the soup for us.
Salmon Teriyaki & Cauliflower Rice (RM 35) – grilled with skin so crisp I could feel the delicateness of the skin. The uber-healthy dish was surprisingly filling despite the fact that rice was replaced with fluffy cauliflower florets. I should eat these kind of things more often !
The Spanish Tapas Selects (RM 38) was a sumptuous platter with 5 kinds of small plates to savor – prawns grilled in olive oil, spicy chicken, octopus in marinara, parsley potato cubes and roasted egg plant cream. Quite value for money actually because if you were to order this in a Spanish restaurant individually, it would easily cost you double the price. Loved the flavorful egg plants with a bit of charredness, the prawns with a crunch and even the potatoes were exceptionally delectable with the simple addition of parsley.
The Rabbit Hole’s menu is extensive with a good variety of pizzas, pastas, burgers, Asian and Malaysian food. We had to flip through the menu quite a few times before finally deciding what to eat ! A few other items on the menu that looked pretty good to me include the “Buttermilk Crazy Crabs”, “Lychee Fried Vernicelle”, “Darth Vader IV Burgers” and “Sebastian’s Lobster Sandwich”.
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Address: Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL, Malaysia
Opening Hours : Mon – Thursday, Sunday 4 pm – 2 am. Friday & Saturday 4 pm – 3 am.