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Moon Rabbit In San Juan City Serves Rabbit-Shaped Panna Cotta & Asian-Fusion Dishes

Moon Rabbit in San Juan City

If you love trying out new dining spots and documenting the food you eat on Instagram, head to Moon Rabbit in San Juan City. It serves rabbit-shaped panna cotta that’ll delight those on the hunt for cute desserts.

And that’s not all this cafe and restaurant has to offer. Their homecooked Asian-fusion dishes and specialty cocktails also make this dining spot a must-try.

Cute, rabbit-shaped panna cotta

Moon Rabbit San Juan - panna cotta
Rabbit-shaped frozen panna cotta.
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What makes Moon Rabbit’s panna cotta (P180, ~USD3.27) unique is its rabbit shape, which will make you think twice about eating it. But don’t miss out on this cute dessert’s taste – just be sure to snap a few photos for the ‘gram.

This frozen panna cotta is creamy and filled with a strawberry puree that gives it just the right amount of sweetness.

Pair this with one of their coffee offerings or try their fragrant lavender chocolate (P160, ~USD2.91) which you can get iced or hot.

Home-cooked Asian-fusion dishes

Moon Rabbit San Juan - claypot crab rice
Claypot crab rice.
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If you want to have a full meal at Moon Rabbit, they also serve a variety of home-cooked Asian-fusion recipes.

They have Japanese chicken karaage (fried chicken) (P330, ~USD6.00), Singaporean salted egg shrimp (P395, ~USD7.18), and 3 different kinds of Hong Kongese claypot rice (P310, ~USD5.64).

While the restaurant’s menu leans towards East Asian recipes, you’ll also find Thai crab rice and Filipino ulam such as crispy kare-kare (peanut stew) and kaldereta (goat meat stew).

Wide variety of cocktails

Moon Rabbit San Juan - cocktail
Image credit: @moonrabbit.mnl

Moon Rabbit is a versatile dining spot. Besides coffee, it also serves cocktails to pair with your food so you can go there for an invigorating lunch, Sunday brunch with family, or dinner with friends.

Try their specialty cocktails (from P375, ~USD6.82) such as Sandy Cheeks – a blend of classic rum, coconutty Malibu rum, lemon juice, and cocoa powder. But if you want to stick to their food’s East Asian theme, get Yosi-mitsu, which is a mix of Islay and Japanese whiskey, campari, and sweet vermouth.

Homey restaurant vibes

Moon Rabbit San Juan - interior
The cafe-restaurant’s interior.
Image credit: @moonrabbit.mnl

Moon Rabbit is located in a peaceful, residential area in San Juan City. It also looks like a house from the outside, which adds to its welcoming, homey vibe.

Meanwhile, its interior is spacious and has minimal decor, which allows you to focus on the taste of their delicious home-cooked food.

Get a cute dessert and home-cooked Asian dishes at Moon Rabbit

No need to scour Metro Manila to find the next cute dessert to try. At Moon Rabbit, you even get to have hearty Asian-fusion meals.

If you want to dress down for your lunch or dinner out, this homey restaurant is the place to go.

Address: 2 Ledesma Street corner F.Benitez, San Juan City, Metro Manila
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 11am-9pm | Fri-Sun 11am-11pm
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Cover image adapted from: @moonrabbit.mnl, @hungrygypsyph