Continuing our caffeine-fueled quest to show you some of our favourite coffee shops in London.
With a quirky interior and beautiful garden for the warmer months you'd be hard pressed to find a more hip place to sip a cup of coffee than at this Earl's Court establishment. The Troubadour prides itself on being one of London's original '50s coffee shops and being host to various poetry, art, and live music events.
Enjoy a filter coffee, with or without milk, a noisette, or spice things up a bit with some Jameson or Armagnac. The cafe uses locally blended coffee for espressos and decaf, Union Roasters Fair Trade Guatemalan for filtered coffee, and also serves Brazilian speciality coffees. Various teas, fruit coolers, and energy mocktails are also available for your non-coffee addicted friends.
Grab a seat, order a coffee, use the free Wi-Fi, then stay for a gorgeous salad Nicoise or Pumpkin, Peanut & Chilli Dip, and be sure to try a glass of wine before heading home.
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Troubadour Cafe, 263-7 Old Brompton Road SW5 9JA