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.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD33.55) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
2-4 Bedale Street
Borough MarketSouthwarkLondonSE1 9AL
Came across this place randomly when looking for a place to eat with a friend one evening and we were impressed! We sat on the balcony which is inside the market. It was evening so everything was closed but I presume in the daytime this is a great spot to people watch. We went to start with a cocktail and they have a good list of unusual choices, however none took my fancy so I went for wine....more
This place is owned by Hotel chocolate. It has a fine dining restaurant on the first floor and is a bar/ coffee shop/ chocolate shop on the ground floor.
I have visited the restaurant years ago and loved the food (most dishes has coco bean as an ingredient, which I found interesting).
Last weekend I had dessert and drinks on the ground floor after dinner. It offers the same dessert menu as...more
Right outside the Borough Market, a lovely, chocolatey haven from the cold.
Try the hot chocolate! Everything is a tad expensive for me but so so worth it.more
I visited the ground level Rabot coffee shop last week and it is a fantastic little gem in the middle of bustling Borough Market. This is definitely a place to go to if you like hot chocolate. Well, who doesn't? They have several different blends of chocolate and they mix a few versions during the day, so it is very fresh.
I got the basic hot chocolate. It was amazing. From what others...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