In folk circles, the Troubadour is said to be a legend. Musicians, such as Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin and Paul Simon have played here. Founded in 1954, the Troubadour on Old Brompton Road, is one of London’s last remaining 1950s coffee houses.
In the small, yet very cozy space, or in the quiet garden, one can enjoy an all-day breakfast amongst a variety of Troubadour classics – burgers, salads, steaks, pies and and many more.
The Troubadour does not only offer good food and a friendly atmosphere, but is also a hotbed for young, emerging and talented musicians. The Troubadour Club is situated in the cellar underneath the Cafe and has remained at the forefront of great, interesting and original music.
For Art-interested visitors, the Troubadour also has a Gallery venue, exhibiting a variety of artists.
If you wish to prolong your Troubadour experience, The Garrett, Earls Court’s best held secret, is a luxurious, private and discrete space to reside during your London visit.