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The Troubadour, est. 1954, with ceilings and walls strewn with the instrumental heirlooms of a bygone bohemia, this 50s cafe screams throw-back and is now celebrating 65 years entertaining London's finest locals and lovely travelers alike with our blend of a homey garden, outstanding restaurant, music venue with a new cutting edge sound system. With an easy smoothness, this live music haven of yesterday and today is the cornerstone of Old Brompton Road, which has refreshingly resisted the modern humdrum of high street homogeny. Comfort & conviviality ooze as you sup French and British cuisine, enjoy nightly 2 for one cocktails, nurse a golden hot chocolate or bury your face in an breakfast omelette…
$5 - $35
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks, Breakfast
European, Bar, French, International, British
Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards
Studied abroad in London 29 years ago and lived in Earls Court and went to the Troubadour often. Came back with my 14 year old daughter for a week from the US and went back. Ended up going there 4 times. Robert was our server...More
I came here twice and both times the staff (who were gay) were prejudiced and cruel to someone who was lgbtq, one person a customer and the other a singer! I mean that is just hypocritical and disgusting and I thought initially it was such...More
We went here for drinks with friends and it was fine. The prices weren't cheap but not significantly more pricey than can be expected for drinks in London. After we ordenered it took forever for us to actually get our drinks even though the place...More
We went for the free jazz at 8pm and had some cocktails and wine before it started. Service was friendly and the pub itself has a very laid back, cosy atmosphere. Wine by the bottle reasonably priced, and they have a 2-for-1 cocktail deal until...More
The place got a secret garden and a club open until late night (around 2/3am)
The secret garden is definitely worth it! So peaceful and green with a lovely smell of jasmin flowers.
The inside lack a bit of light but is filled with history....More
Five of us went here for breakfast Saturday 2nd Feb. Won't be going back. I asked for the 'full house'breakfast with no tomato,no mushroom and a cup of tea. It took 25 mins to arrive and when it did the eggs were not cooked properly,...More
Response from mikevickers | Reviewed this property |
It's 5 mins walk from Earls Court Station. Take the Warwick Road exit and turn left from the station and walk down Warwick Road to the traffic lights on Old Brompton Road then turn left and cross over the road. The... More
It's 5 mins walk from Earls Court Station. Take the Warwick Road exit and turn left from the station and walk down Warwick Road to the traffic lights on Old Brompton Road then turn left and cross over the road. The Troubadour is a few doors on the left after you cross.