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 was a quick visit while visiting Borough Market. I just came here for tea to go. Small place. Good customer service and prices were very decent.more
If you fancy yourself a chocolate connoisseur and a Snickers bar just won't do, you need to bring yourself to this slightly-pretentious chocolate shop/ restaurant/ cafe.
I would say it's like the Max Brenner of London- think Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory for adults. They use only the most premium chocolate and ingredients in their drinks and food, and almost everything is...more
London Bridge is simply one of my go/to places in London. It's situated on the modern yet hip south bank, very central and close enough to the city. Visiting Borough Market is just one of the many amazing places that makes food culture in London so extraordinary. The mix of appreciation of old and new, local and exotic and the amazing variety of cuisines from around the world. Though the...more
Oh dear, I am so far behind with my Yelp reviews. It's been a good few weeks since I visited Rabot 1745. I mainly chose it because it was the only cafe with a couple of seats while all other establishments had people spilling out onto the street. Don't let this put you off, it is a truly lovely place.
I've only just read the other reviews, and it all makes sense now. I couldn't quite...more
We came for a decadent dessert and cocktail... What we got was shoddy service, average cocktails and a dessert we didn't order.
I was so unimpressed this time round and so very glad we had eaten salads from M&S before we came for dessert.
I had bought 2 Timeout vouchers for the famous BAFTA award dessert, which was basically chocolate upon chocolate, and cocktail for £15 (the dessert itself...more