[external review - submitted with the restaurant data]
- review added on
"It's not often I eat an omelette at night. But when they come as good as they do at the Troubadour, the best eaterie west of Big Ben, it's hard work ordering just the one. Troubadour's omelettes aren't just good... they're legendary: large, great value, incredibly tasty, they're almost enough for two... Even if omelettes aren't your thing, the live jazz evenings will have you scrambling for a table... Troubadour, recently given an untraumatic facelift, is the right size, gives off the right vibe, is open till midnight, has food to die for and service... friendly, attentive... to make you keel over. It was voted London's finest café in 1999, so the only question mark falls on which establishments have taken the award in the intervening years."
- review added on Fri 6th Feb 2004
"The service was bad, very bad. The waiter tried to get us to move tables half way through our main course as the table was booked, which we hadn't been informed of. We received no apology. As we did not leave the 12% suggested service charge (we left about 8%) he returned to ask for the remainder of the money and referred to us as "bitches"when we refused! He then told us to "get out of here". Very nice way to treat customers - don't you think?!"