The Rabbit Hole Restobar at Kuala Lumpur

Trendy Restaurant Bar in Changkat Bukit Bintang

The Rabbit Hole Kuala Lumpur, inspired and designed to emulate well-known fantasy narratives of Alice in Wonderland and The Chronicles of Narnia, is one of Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest nocturnal establishments. Set in a three-storey pre-colonial building strategically located along the infamous street of Changkat Bukit Bintang, The Rabbit Hole is divided into several unique concept environments with an unpretentious and relaxed vibe.

Near the entrance is a spacious al fresco dining area, aptly named as The Bamboo Forest. Offering semi fine dining and an elevated stage for numerous live music, comedy shows and stage performances, the open-air area is decorated with wild bamboos and lush trees with warm illumination which provides a rather secluded escape into nature from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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Adjacent to The Bamboo Forest is a stylish environment named Translate Art Bar, the result of The Rabbit Hole’s collaboration with Tiger Beer as part of its global Tiger Translate Programme. Perfect for casual gatherings with friends, this warm-lit space is filled with funky industrial themes, brightly coloured graffiti, as well as whimsical little additions like painted street signs and framed artwork.

For a more elegant setting, step foot into Arthur's Lounge which bears resemblance to an old English gentlemen's club with rich exotic leather couches, chandeliers, fire place and even a secret room accessible only through a make-believe bookshelf. This cosy lounge is dedicated to brewery icon Arthur Guinness where a replica of his infamous 9,000 year old lease of St James Gate Brewery is placed above the fire place.

Lastly, The Green Room is contemporary dance club where the walls, DJ console and bar are made of 3-Dimensional Origami Art. The room is equipped with state-of-the-art light and sound systems with massive illuminated LED tubes. With a slide opening, the lighted dance floor also reveals a dip pool for a unique dance experience for Kuala Lumpur’s finest revellers.

Staying true to its concept, this restaurant bar serves a wide array of beers (Heineken, Guinness and Tiger) and cocktails with signature fantasy-themed drinks like Mad Tea Party and Firefall. Guests feeling a little peckish can opt for The Rabbit Hole’s extensive Western fare such as the Iberico Spanish Black Pig (pork shoulder with truffle oil, mashed potatoes, veggies, bacon and wild mushrooms) and Grilled Manuka Honey Spring Chicken.

With more unique environments being fined-tuned (complete with a swimming pool and floating DJ deck) and a satisfying array of food-and-beverage offerings, The Rabbit Hole is well on its way to becoming one of Changkat’s most unique and vibrant nocturnal hotspots.

The Rabbit Hole Restobar Kuala Lumpur

  • Opening Hours: Sunday, Tuesday – Thursday 16:00 - 02:00, Friday & Saturday 16:00 – 03:00
  • Address: 14 & 16, Changkat Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
  • Tel: +6016 680 2200
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