Rabbit Carrot Gun

Rabbit Carrot Gun

Rabbit Carrot Gun

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29%   (48 votes)
14 / 48

THE BUZZ: Rabbit Carrot Gun offers some of the best British and International cuisines in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for casual dining and group gatherings. From small plates like Crab Cakes, and Scotch Egg, to big plates like Beef Wellington and Angus Ribeye, its extensive menu is reflective of the restaurant’s efforts to cater to every palate.Located along East Coast Road, Rabbit Carrot Gun provides a cosy and tranquil atmosphere to make one’s dining experience relaxed and truly memorable.Without sacrificing quality, Rabbit Carrot Gun makes one of the most delicious dishes at affordable prices. Using only the best and often locally produced ingredients, they are able to achieve the perfect recipe that will surely satisfy your cravings.MUST TRY: Items to look forward to include Crab Cakes, Scotch Egg, Beef Wellington, Angus Ribeye, Breakfast Burger, Open Faced Steak Sandwich and a lot more. End your meal on a sweet note by having tasty desserts such as Chocolate Molten Lava Cake, Pimm’s Eton Mess and some ice cream.

Hours:

Daily: 08:30 - 22:30

Address:
49 East Coast Road

Cuisine:
Western



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