Creative Chef Director Olivier Gladwin certainly wowed the audience at The Food & Drink Festival in Olympia recently by demonstrating real nose to tail cooking in the form of cooking an entire Chinese Water Deer crown ravioli filled with our signature mushroom marmite and of course foraged herbs including wild garlic, sorrel and wild garlic. Not to fear, Oliver will be hosting farm to table style cooking demonstrations in the summer at Taste of London and Port Elliot Festival in Cornwall.
BYOB Mondays at Rabbit
Rabbit Monday Night bring your own bottle!
Rabbit has teamed up with new business Pull the Cork to help you enjoy great food and wines at shop prices on Mondays (no corkage). Although we would love it if you ordered your wine at Pull the Cork you are welcome to bring your own from your home cellar.
James Nathan founder of Pull the Cork is proud to share a parallel ethos as the Gladwin Brothers with Pull the Cork specializing in “sustainable and health conscious wines”. If you have any special instructions with your own wine please let us know when booking.
Visit our Gladwin Brothers ONLINE SHOP for wine, beer or beef wellingtons and create seasonal, sustainable meals with our organic produce.
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Check out What's in Store Today.
With the great response to our store, we've expanded our deliveries and our products. Check out what's in store and stock up with goodies from the Gladwin Brothers today!READ MORE
Forget the lines and stay inside - We are DELIVERING!
Enjoy the great experience of fresh-farm food from home with our new delivery service; we're bringing the farm to you with our Online Store which offers a range of fantastic produce from the farm as well as ready-to-bake Wellingtons and pies, wine from the vineyard and more.READ MORE
Local & Wild Tasting Menu
There a few better ways to truly experience all that Britain has to offer than with a tasting menu - and Rabbit's tasting menu in particular! Pre-book our Local & Wild tasting menu with a wine pairing for an authentic meal celebrating creative, sustainable cookery.READ MORE
Mother's Day at Rabbit
Spoil mum this Mother’s Day and join us for the mother of all Sunday roasts on the 22nd of March! Rabbit is celebrating Mother’s Day in style this year as we serve a 4-course menu with a wine pairing including English wine from our family vineyard.READ MORE
Burns Night at Rabbit
Rabbit is celebrating Burns Night this January 25th with a menu inspired by Scotland - Head Chef Pedro Costa will be serving an incredible Lamb and Haggis Wellington with neaps and tatties in honour of Robert Burns famous 'Adress to a Haggis'.READ MORE
Valentine's Day at Rabbit
Spoil that special someone and treat them to a romantic evening this Valentine's Day. Our Local & Wild Lovers menu includes dishes showcasing the best of British cuisine in that unique Rabbit style you know and love. Feast on a tantalizing tasting menu sure to set the mood this February 14th.READ MORE
We've been nominated! Eat Game Awards!
Rabbit has always been our restaurant leading the way in eating local and wild. As an exciting piece of news for us, we've been nominated for the Eat Game Awards running this year and into the new year. Championing better meat and more sustainable ways of celebrating British produce is something we're passionate about and so we feel honoured to be recognised by The British Game Alliance!READ MORE
Local & Wild Christmas at Rabbit.
The Gladwin Brothers invite you to a Christmas feast fit for the season of celebration! Relish in our Local & Wild spread this festive season with family, friends or colleagues. Enjoy a scrumptious sharing style £42 lunch & £48 dinner menu in our relaxed and rustic King's Road venue. Our menu launches on the 18th of November and continues till the 22nd of December. Large bookings and private hire available! Vegan, vegetarian and pescatarian menus on offer.READ MORE
Celebrate "Sundays on the Farm" here at Rabbit
The Sunday roasts at rabbit aren't any old Sunday roasts, they feature sustainably sourced prime cuts of Sussex beef from the Gladwin brothers farm in SussexREAD MORE