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
We shared a burger and a pork 5 ways dish... Both were amazing with a bottle of wine over looking the market.more
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
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