Troubadour Cafe

Troubadour Cafe


0.5 miles
263-267 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 9JA
You may see The Troubadour described as a coffee house, which it is; and an incredibly charming one at that. With its shabby chic vintage style, reminiscent of a 1950s Parisian café, there's nowhere else I'd rather while away a lazy Saturday morning with a caffeine hit and eggs Benedict or French toast. But The Troubadour will satisfy a lot more than just your skinny latte cravings.

This is a very special place that uniquely manages to be all things to all people: a bohemian café and garden for leisurely passersby; a trendy restaurant for foodies, serving creations from around the globe; a wine shop for anyone with a nose for a good vintage; and a live music venue second to none in staging future stars. Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan and, more recently, the likes of Adele and Ed Sheeran have all graced The Troubadour's legendary stage. Grab a table - if you can - and soak up the atmosphere and cocktail selection.

Our pre-music dinner was as varied as The Troubadour itself - smoky artichoke, creamy spinach, moreish Hollandaise and a perfectly poached egg comprise the delicious Creole dish, eggs Sardou, followed by a hearty plate of orecchiette with lamb and rosemary. Classic favourites are on offer too, including the big American burger, traditional bangers and mash, and classic fish and chips to name a few. The Troubadour's unique package, combining great food, atmosphere and music, will be sure to lure you back.
+3Troubadour Cafe
Open: Café: Mon-Sun 9am-midnight (last orders 11pm) Club: Sun-Weds 8pm-midnight; Thurs-Sat 8pm-2am

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