Image from


The Independent, in its guide to The 50 Best Cafés in Europe, included the Troubadour alongside other legends like Florian’s in Venice and Café Sacher in Vienna and said…

“A marvellous café, the Troubadour stands out from run of the mill rivals with its unchanging bohemian appeal. A large band of regulars has stayed loyal down the years, and first-time visitors will love the period feel…”

Not content with this kind accolade, they have since placed us number 4 in their listing of the 50 best breakfasts in London and number one for brunch.


Review from

In a veritable no-mans-land of exhibit-ation, Troubadour Café is a beacon of live music, secret gardens, art, nostalgia, vintage wines, romance and stiff, stiff pours. Trust: This is the BEST kind of beacon!

Over the years, Troubadour Café has been known as everything from London’s best ’50s café to Jimi Hendrix’s and Bob Dylan’s local. But to me, this bohemian den and artists’ paradise will always simply be known to me as my favourite venue on this side of London. It’s perfectly formed with an amazing line up of booze, entertainment and décor. Oh, and all-day breakfast isn’t anything to shake a troubadour at!


Open everyday from 9am-Midnight


265 Old Brompton Rd
London SW5 9JA

Wordpress Social Share Plugin powered by Ultimatelysocial
%d bloggers like this: