New London restaurant features menu of chocolate

Rabot 1745, a new restaurant in London, features chocolate or a cocoa-related ingredient in every menu item that covers all dayparts. Angus Thirlwell, co-founder and CEO of Hotel Chocolat with more than 70 global shops, is the man behind the restaurant, and he named it after Hotel Chocolate's Rabot Estate, which grows cocoa trees. “We reconnect the world of cacao growing with the luxury of eating it…[Chocolate] has been a savoury ingredient for more than 3,000 years, and that is what we want to help people to rediscover," Thirlwell said.

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