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 MarketSouthwarkLondonSE1 9AL
This little chocolate cafe is on my regular list. Who can't resist a chocolate. This is a very warm cafe and a great escape from the cold after walking around the market.
I love their large mugs and can't go past their mocha. They also have a tempting pastry selection. I had the double choc muffin, it was moist and not overly sweet. It ticked all the boxes as can be picky when I cakes to...more
Really good coffee and delicious chocolate. However, lots of people order hot chocolate. From what I saw, the hot coco comes with something that looks like chocolate whipped cream, so I'm definitely going to try it next time I'm there.
P.s if you're more than one person split up. Let somebody find a seat and the other person stand online because the place is PACKED!more
This review is actually 3.5 stars - we visited Rabot on a Friday night for a 4 people dinner. Each one of us tried a main and dessert so we had a decent variety to try. Desserts (lava cake, cheesecake, mousse and roasted fig) were the highlight of our meal, the mains were presented very well but lacked a bit flavor and the service was just plain bad. I think I will be back for the bar area and...more
Found another gem for great coffee, and this time with lovely chocolate as well which is an absolute bonus.
Rabot, located basically right in the middle of borough market is a great place for a sip of casual coffee or hot choc. The coffee tasted great as you would expect for a 5 star review, so the surprise here is for the hot chocolate.
We had the 'Made in Borough' hot chocolate, basically...more
You have to come here for the chocolate afternoon tea, great value at £40 for two and as we used our voucher before March we got a glass of processco each included.
Starting off with mini sandwiches including gin infused Salmon; they all have some chocolatey theme, scones and chocolate ganache, jam and cream (who chooses the jam - crazy). This is followed by dessert of chocolate cheesecake...more