A serene and windy drive amongst lush greenery in the Dempsey area leads us to The White Rabbit.
Stepping out of the car, you will be welcomed with the scent of dewy green grass and immediately I feel relaxed and just plain happy.
The White Rabbit restaurant operates in tastefully restored old chapel with high ceilings and huge stained glass windows.
We were led to our table where we spent the next 10 mins soaking up the atmosphere and appreciating the details of the place. The place was done up with a lot of the chapel’s element kept in tact and incorporating some other fixtures that made the space functional as a restaurant.
The mosaic tiles which looked original.
I ordered my usual caffeine and my usual brunch choice, Eggs Benedict.
And Beebops ordered the Fettucine alla Carbonara.
The food proved to be a little disappointing after much excitement about the location.
The Hollandaise sauce on my eggs benny was a bland and the Carbonara was a little too salty. A pity.
The bill came up to more than $70 for our brunch of Carbonara, Cappuccino & Eggs Benedict.
The back door of The White Rabbit opened to a garden area with a rustic charm.
With one odd cable car carriage in the middle of the garden.
Amidst overgrown bushes of sculptured bushes.
Which looked like a brontosaurus
Taking a ride from side to side….
Before feeling a little bit of motion sickness…..
And off the swing, making our way back through the arcs of the bamboo walkway…
It was a lovely brunch location and losing track of time wandering around the small garden behind The White Rabbit.
If only we had more reason to return to this untouched garden.
Thanks for dropping by!