London Club & Restaurant, Est. 1954
Est. 1954 - support local businesses and order take away!
Through the 50’s and 60’s this was one of the centres of London intellectual and artistic life. It’s where Private Eye was first produced and distributed; where the early Ban the Bomb meetings were held (the precursor to CND); and where the Black Panthers met when they left Paris after the ’68 riots. The Troubadour was the first place where Bob Dylan performed in London. Paul Simon, Martin Carthy, Redd Sullivan, Charlie Watts, Sammy Davis Jr.and Jimi Hendrix have all played here.
Richard Harris fell in love with his wife Elizabeth here (she was doing the washing up). Ken Russell recruited staff for his first shorts here, and it was here that he became friends with Oliver Reed. Led Zeppelin used to come and jam here after their Earl’s Court gigs. Tom Robinson and Elvis Costello used to play here too. All of these have been verified by people who were present at the time or by photographs and posters.
Our Garden is Open
Come sit in our garden during this time of social distancing!
Stay safe and support local businesses! In an attempt to preserve our business which was established in 1954.
During this tough time of our garden is open for dining to allow for social distancing and a place to come to get out of your home fore a bit while we transition into a take away version of our restaurant!