The Troubadour

263 - 267 Old Brompton Road
West London SW5 9JA
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About The Troubadour

A sanctuary for those who appreciate the joy of genuine coffee house. Its Bohemian roots lie firmly in the second great London coffee revolution of the 1950s when it began its proud history as a centre of courtesy, peace and creativity. A large band of regulars has remained loyal down the years, and first-time visitors will love the aged ‘all things to all people’ atmosphere. On the menu is a mix of wholesome house classics – large and legendary omelettes, burgers, steaks, salads - and daily specials. Live music packs them in too.

Diner Reviews - Only diners who have booked and dined can write a review

I have been to Troubadour before for breakfast and the live music in the evening and it was both enjoyable. My dining experience yesterday was the first and last though. I though it was very expensive for what you get and the menu is quire poor so I ended up having a burger. The place so very busy so I was glad to have booked but the service was very disorganized.

The atmosphere was ok I have to say.

Not bad but far from great, I won't be going back.

perfect place to catch up w friends. good food

lovely little cafe-perfect to catch up w friends

As good as usual

Love love love. Great cocktails n the food was great.

Great food and atmosphere as usual!

The Troubador SW5 was a bohemian wee place with pretty good food and funky service. Big table of 12 tired after-trade-show types were well looked after and well fed.

I went there for dinner with a friend during the week. As always great atmosphere and nice food. 2x1 on cocktails as well, not to be missed!

Such a contrast with sterile modern minimalist restaurants. Good coq-au-vin. Friendly and prompt service. Menu somewhat limited.

The Troubadour. Interesting atmosphere, and busy even on a week night. Good food. Will return.

Odd choice of food, but nice atmosphere

Service could be better. Too many noses in the airs from the staff and not very attentive. But on the whole I love the venue. Drinks overpriced.

Love The Troubadour; great atmosphere and good food. always a treat

Went for the third time with a friend, the ambience is good but not recommended for a date as it can be really loud. The service was a bit too pushy this time but really nice on the two previous occasions. Good food and good fun on the whole. Bon appétit!

The Troubadour is always a pleasure to visit, its got a great garden, good vine, an interesting menu with different options but no set cuisine.....but I like it al the same. I would go again and take my friends with me.

The Troubador is an interesting and cosy restaurant with attentive staff and decent food. The cocktails were great (and two for 1!), beers and wine good. We had the coq au vin which was fine, a bit too much sauce and not enough mash but plenty enough food for two people.

The Troubadour, London may be smack bang in the middle of Sloane Ranger country but it retains a genuine bohemian charm. Prices are reasonable, staff friendly, decor folkloric and intimate. Our grilled chicken to share between two was excellent; my green salad, so often a tasteless disappointment, was imaginatively put together and well-dressed. I would definitely go back.

Troubadour was a great night out, good music, great food and a real eccentric environment.

Close to Earls Court and West Brompton Tube and with a lovely garden for warm summer nights.

I went to the Troubadour with a couple of girlfriends on a weekend evening. Excellent atmosphere and reasonable variety of dishes on the menu. Unfortunately we arrived a couple of minutes after the cocktail happy hour (finishes 7.30), so opted for wine instead. Food was good, and desserts very generous (best for sharing). A little pricey for the quality, and they forgot our starter until after they brought the mains, but a fun evening out overall.

The Troubadour on Old Brompton Road is a French restaurant that is small, cosy and buzzing with people. I loved the atmosphere and the waitress could not be more helpful and friendly. The starter had was pumpkin, peanut and chilli dip which sadly was disappointing. Myself and my friend shared a coq au vin, which was lovely and made up for it. The menu is not as extensive as i would like, and i was struggling to pick a main, but the above main mentioned was a special aimed for 2 people to share.