The White Rabbit interior is set in what was a church before. The color stained glass windows and tall ceiling both add to the fine dining experience.
Sun shined through the large windows as a formally dressed waiter greeted us with the menus.
I decided to go with the three course lunch ($42 SGD/person). I was pleased to see a butter knife on the table. Hot freshly baked bread and butter was a great start to the meal.
For my starter I had the Sunchoke Veloute, a soup topped with prawns and chive oil.
There was a generous portion of sauteed prawns and onion crisps. The chive oil gave the heavy creamy soup a light touch. The crunchy texture of the onion crisps was perfectly doused in a delicious soup.
Shortly after my main of Alaskan King Crab Tagliatelle. The pasta was spun together surrounded by crab broth and dressed with crab meat on top.
The extra chives on the top really went well with the crab broth. The Tagliatelle was thick enough to really take in all of the crab flavor. Delicious.
For my dessert, I had to order the fudge brownie.
Since when I was younger, I have always had a weak spot for brownies. The vanilla ice-cream nullified the strong flavor of the fudge and brought harmony to the dish. No complex flavors, just simple chocolate and vanilla. Perfect for adults who want to look back to their childhood.
Dining in a church in itself is a new experience. With exceptional food it becomes memorable.
Atmosphere: 9.1/10 Bright church setting