Le Quecumbar tirelessly plays homage to the music of Django Reinhardt and Gypsy Swing. With a busy programme you can catch hot club jazz and swing any day of the week. Don't be late though - as due to licence restrictions they can't allow entry after 10.30pm.
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42-44 Battersea High St
|Transport:||Rail: Clapham Junction|
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Melodic ’20s and ’30s swing sounds à la Django Reinhardt, Fats Waller and Billie Holiday from this toe-tapping crew that features virtuoso violinist Thomas Gould, clarinetist Ewan Bleach and singer Louisa Jones.Mainstream jazz Monday May 11 2015Read more
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TERRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE - VERBALLY ABUSED OVER THE PHONE BY THIS RESTAURANT! Unfortunately we have not even got to the stage where we could eat at this restaurant - whilst trying to make a booking at Le Quecumbar for a voucher I received as a gift for Christmas, I was literally just informed to F*** off by the member of staff I spoke to. This is absolutely outrageous. Le Quecumbar, how can you treat your customers like this? I am shocked and appalled. Public beware!
Went here a few years ago - awful food, worst customer service I've ever experienced (just have a Google to see the owner's replies to anyone who criticises!). Amazed this place is still going - to be fair, the music is good and it looks nice but sadly that's about it. I hope they're not still trying to charge for tap water (seeing as this is illegal when you're a licensed venue!)
Just want to say that this is a fantastic venue, with friendly staff, good food, an inspirational host in Sylvia, and absolutely the best Django style music anywhere. Where else can you be this close to some of the world's best gypsy guitarists and other musicians and be in such a fabulous setting. This is my number one venue in London!