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A beautiful and innovative restaurant and bar with a terrace overlooking the bustling Borough Market, Rabot 1745 offers a ‘cacao cuisine’ menu featuring contemporary dishes influenced by the West Indies and Britain. The savoury richness of cacao is used as a subtle garnish, infusion and spice throughout.

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2-4 Bedale Street, Borough Market, Southwark, London, SE1 9AL

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Rabot 1745

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2-4 Bedale Street
Borough Market
Southwark
London
SE1 9AL

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4 out of 5 based on 22 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Rabot 1745

5.0 out of 5 8 December 2013
by Heath S.

Came in to taste chocolate and left with the best coffee we had on our two week trek from London to Naples. Do NOT walk by without ordering a latte. Great nuttiness and cute little shop in Borough Market. Now how can I make it back here for some more???more

4.0 out of 5 22 November 2013
by Erica U.

Chocolate heaven. I tried the chocolate and salty caramel which was dreamy and divine. I had the chili hot choco beverage which was spicy but not over the top, though it was very rich.

What a nice spot to get out of the cold! And also inexpensive and with a restaurant upstairs. Very nice decor.more

3.0 out of 5 23 June 2013
by Valerie S.

I popped into Rabot Estate a few weeks back with a group of Yelpers, when we were all in need of a jolt before starting an exploration of Borough Market. It was quite a queue, and the menu was a bit overwhelming, but I was pretty desperately in need of caffeine, so I stuck it out.

I ordered a mocha, and stood in line to pay before realizing I had never said what size I wanted. Then I realized...more

5.0 out of 5 15 February 2013
by Annie W.

If you're into chocolate or maybe just want to gift it to someone special, you can't go wrong with this place. Even as crowded as this place got during the farmer's market, they were more than happy to open a new package for tasting.

I'm a dark chocolate lover and finding the variety and percentage of cocoa in each bark was hard to stick with just one choice. You can't help, but to want...more

5.0 out of 5 23 August 2012
by Carol L.

Duck and Chocolate. I repeat, DUCK and CHOCOLATE.

On my walk through Borough Market a day earlier, I spotted this store and cafe and, having already eaten, I vowed to come back. And so I did.

I had one of the savory CACAO WRAPS with confit duck from Marché du Quartier, dried cherries, Rabot 66% dark chocolate, coriander, cacao nibs and crème fraiche. My friend tried one of the sweet ones...more