Rabbit House Restaurant
$79 6 Course Omakase Dinner For 2, At 5 Star Rated Restaurant (a $130 value)
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A Lower East Side jewel just waiting to be unearthed, Rabbit House Restaurant's intimate charm & undeniably superb menu crafted by acclaimed Chef Yoshiko Sakuma rightfully garners recognition on The New Yorker's "Best of New York City" list.

Grab your $79 pulse (a $130 value) to discover Chef Sakuma's interpretation of nouveau Japanese haute cuisine, fine-tuned under the guidance of master chef's including Massimo Bottura and David Bouley.

The Farm-to-table inspiration is inherently unique, taking guests on a journey rather than an average night out. Chef Sakuma's secret weapon is her unwavering adherence to quality and freshness, and the 6 Course Omakase is the prefect introduction to her flair for the extraordinary.

Sensorial curiosity is met with starters like Sea Urchin Corn Bread Rolls and Sake Bloody Mary Oyster Shots, followed by Foie Gras with Roasted Daikon & Kinako Powder, Wagyu Beef & Summer Truffle Barley Risotto, and finalized with Sake Poached Asian Pear (Black Sesame Almond, Crème Fraiche) - just to give you a sneak preview.

Each dish has a personal touch that makes Rabbit House Restaurant such a gastronomic force to be reckoned with...


Amidst the Lower East Side's bustling restaurant scene, Rabbit House Restaurant is an original of epicurean ingenuity, blending the artisanal sensibility of Japanese cuisine with the hyper-focus on ingredients and presentation.

Chef Sakuma draws from years of experience traveling the world and working alongside the likes of Massimo Bottura, Charlie Palmer, David Bouley, and more, with Rabbit House Restaurant acting as the perfect platform to push boundaries and challenge the traditional culinary lexicon.

Quaint, contemporary, and cozy, the interiors - as well as Chef Sakuma's warm presence - provide an ideal backdrop to serve you a bespoke dinner of fresh, seasonally sourced elements.

Imagination takes flight in the Trapped Rabbit with its ensemble of Parsnip, Rainbow Baby Carrot, Shiitake Mushrooms & Spicy Chocolate Sauce that embrace the eccentric in a surprisingly subtle, powerful plating; while a procession of equally expressive fare make an everlasting impression with each bite.

Low-key, whimsical, and charming, Rabbit House Restaurant evokes a feeling of luxury unlike any other...

Your $79 6 Course Omakase Dinner (a $130 Value) Includes:

  • 2 First Courses
    • 3 Kinds of Snack; Egg in Straw Hat with Caviar, Sea Urchin Corn Bread Roll, Sake Bloody Mary Oyster Shot.
  • 2 Second Courses
    • Foie Gras, Roasted Daikon, Kinako Powder.
  • 2 Third Courses
    • Poached King Salmon, Turnip Puree, Tofu-Mango Sauce, Salmon Roe.
  • 2 Fourth Courses
    • Signature Trapped Rabbit, Parsnip, Rainbow Baby Carrot, Shiitake Mushroom, Spicy Chocolate Sauce.
  • 2 Fifth Courses
    • Wagyu Beef, Summer Truffle Barley Risotto.
  • 2 Sixth Courses
    • Sake Poached Asian Pear, Black Sesame Almond, Crème Fraiche.
  • Complimentary Seasonal Infused Water.

Rabbit House Restaurant 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 Restaurant's Website | Yelp

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

  • Limit 1 voucher per table.

  • Tax & tip not included; reservation is required.

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

  • Expires on Friday January 17, 2020.