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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Venue Details & Map
2-4 Bedale Street
Borough MarketSouthwarkLondonSE1 9AL
- Public transport:
- Southwark, Underground
I took my boyfriend here for his birthday as he loves chocolate!
The menu looked really great - finesse with cocoa aspects throughout so greatly themed and good for a special occasion
We shared some bread with cocoa nib butter and a terrine to start that was presented beautifully. For main we had a roast saddle of rabbit and rack of lamb. Flavours were great and presentation was beautiful!...more
Rabot 1745 is part of Hotel Chocolate. The restaurant was lovely, loved the atmosphere, the lighting and the size. Reminded me a bit of a French ski lodge the interior also when you go to the bathroom you are surrounded amongst wooden walls with the noise of forest creatures before finding the door to the toilet. The staff are happy and very helpful. Food that we had me a beef pudding and my...more
This review is based on my cafe experience. I have heard mixed opinions about their restaurant dishes but i never tried their main dishes myself so i cant really judge them on that.
The Rabot Estate is in a great location (away from the noise of the main street) with a very enticing open front design. The only disadvantage of their design is that it can get a bit cold if you sit at the front...more
Mmm.. I reserve to myself the right to edit the review at a second test.
Following our event, we had dinner at Rabot 1745, and I was really looking forward to test some of their dishes.
Following the advise from the maitre chocolatier, I chose the curry fish (cod) in chocolate nibs and yorkshire pudding topped with beef and chocolate gravy. Sounds delicious and difficult!
First the starter,...more
Yes, I went to a chocolate-centric restaurant for a burger... And I bloody loved it!
Tucked just down the side of Borough Market, Rabot is a chocolate lover's paradise. But as I found out, chocolate isn't all they do well.
I grabbed a late lunch with a client, and was treated to a lusciously meaty pattie, super-tasty bacon, cheese, and a creole relish, perilously wedged between two toasted...more