Rabbit House Omakase
$99 6 Crs, 5 Star Yelp Rated Omakase Dinner & Bottle of Wine or Sake For Two
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Unearth a true culinary jewel on the Lower East Side at Rabbit House, an intimate omakase paradise with ample charm & a superb menu crafted by Michelin restaurant-trained Chef Yoshiko Sakuma, whose mastery has earned the secret oasis a spot on The New Yorker's "Best of New York City" list.

Grab your $99 pulse (a $210 value), take a seat on the outdoor patio for a 6 Course Omakase Dinner For 2 & 1 Bottle of Red, White, Sparkling, Rosé Wine or Sake, and prepare for a deep dive into the brilliant mind of Chef Sakuma - whose intricate interpretation presents a nouveau approach to Japanese gastronomy.

Having fine-tuned her talents under the guidance of master chefs, including “World’s Best Restaurant” winner Massimo Bottura & Michelin Starred David Bouley, Sakuma elevates the senses in newfound ways only she can accomplish through such unique creativity and farm-to-table standards.

Her flair for the extraordinary treats you to sensorial curiosity via starters like Sake Bloody Mary Oyster Shots & Upside-Down Spicy Scallop Hand Rolls, followed by Truffle-Miso Potato Gnocchi with Duck Confit & Dandelion Salad, all finalized with Black Sesame Pudding, among other delicacies.

A force to be reckoned with, Rabbit House will make the evening an adventure you won’t want to miss…


Take a journey through the Lower East Side's burgeoning restaurant scene and you'll encounter Rabbit House - an original of epicurean ingenuity that blends artisanal sensibilities of Japanese cuisine with a hyper-focus on ingredients and presentation.

Executive Chef Sakuma's resume is beyond impressive, including the 3 Michelin Starred Arzak in San Sebastián, Spain. Rabbit House is her passion project, and the ideal platform to push boundaries and challenge the traditional culinary lexicon.

An al fresco patio - as well as Chef Sakuma's warm presence - provide an ideal backdrop to serve you a bespoke dinner of fresh, seasonally sourced elements, not to mention a curated selection of wines & sake to accentuate every bite.

Devour Trapped Rabbit with its ensemble of Pork Fat Broccoli, Shimeji & Shiitake Mushroom, Sweet Potato, Crispy Rice Noodle, and Thick Sleet Soy Sauce that embrace eccentricity with subtlety.

The Wild-caught Cod (olive, Brussels sprouts, round daikon, konnyaku noodles, clam-soy broth) is wonderfully illuminating, while a procession of equally expressive fare make an everlasting impression.

Whimsical in every way, Rabbit House is luxury beyond your wildest dreams...

Your $99 Omakase Dinner For Two (a $210 Value) Includes:

  • 2 Sets Of A Six Course Omakase Dinner (an $80 value each):
    • 2 First Courses: 3 Kinds of Snack: Scramble Egg in Straw Hat with Smoked Caviar, Upside-Down Spicy Scallop Hand Roll Sushi, Sake Bloody Mary Oyster Shot.
    • 2 Second Courses: Sea Urchin on Edamame Tofu with Ponzu Jelly and Kinako Powder.
    • 2 Third Courses: Wild-caught Cod, Olive, Brussel Sprout, Round Daikon, Konnyaku Noodle, Clam-Soy Broth.
    • 2 Fourth Courses: Signature Trapped Rabbit, Roasted in Pork Caul Fat Broccoli, Shimeji and Shiitake Mushroom, Sweet Potato, Crispy Rice Noodle, Thick Sleet Soy Sauce.
    • 2 Fifth Courses: Truffle-Miso Gluten-Free Potato Gnocchi with Duck Confit and Dandelion Salad.
    • 2 Sixth Courses: Black Sesame Pudding, Hail Rice Cracker, Frozen Raspberry.
  • 1 Bottle of Red, White, Sparkling Rosé Wine or Sake (a $50 value).

Rabbit House Omakase is given a spectacular 5 star rating on Yelp, with reviews including:

  • "Had 6 course omakase! Good atmosphere, amazing food, and great hospitality/customer service. Chef Yoshiko puts so much effort, time and thoughts into what she creates. I cannot wait to go back and try all the other exciting food she'll be making. Definitely good for date spot, catching up with friends or just by yourself!"

  • "More refined cooking...maintaining the old Rabbit House standard with a newer dining experience. Well paced courses with good portions. Keep up the good work!"

  • "My buddy and I stopped by here. We both loved it. Our favorite course was the king salmon. Definitely impressed by what the chef did for each course! Nicely plated and great quality ingredients!"

Rabbit House Omakase's Website | Yelp

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The Fine Print
  • May purchase as many vouchers as you like for personal use or for gifting.

  • Tax & tip not included; reservation is required; only at counter seating; approximately 90 minutes.

  • Limit 1 voucher per table.

  • Menu may change as Rabbit House Omakase has a seasonal menu.

  • Expires on Friday December 18, 2020.