We are a proudly independent Modern Spanish Tapas Bar, with a creative, versatile menu changing daily in co-ordination with seasonal supply.
Inspired by our mother’s and grandmother’s style of cooking from the North of Spain and the Mediterranean we offer creative Tapas Comfort food with Love & Passion!
In the Angels & Gypsies Kitchen, everything we prepare is from scratch ; from the Hand made organic sourdough bread baked daily, to our our hand made ice cream using Neal’s yard organic cream, there is nothing we buy in frozen, or processed from another kitchen.
We are driven by our passion for Food & drink using small independent local suppliers whose emphasis is on quality rather than quantity.
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Venue Details & Map
Angels & Gypsies Restaurant
29-33 Camberwell Church StreetSouthwarkLondonSE5 8TR
- Public transport:
- Oval tube station - from opposite tube station (A202 Camberwell new Road) take a bus 436 or 36 straight to hotel by 'Camberwell Green' Denmark Hill train station - 10 mins walk to hotel.
Mid level restaurant. Excellent in its class! Recommendable! Mostly organic food very well prepared and served unconventional. Wine list well chosen, not really cheap (I had a beer ;-). Service friendly but a little bit unorganized.more
The food are very good!!! I eat a fantastic tortilla with chorizo that was amazing!! They have a good service! But i think it is a bit expensive ...if you are so hungry you spend a lot to eat a lotmore
Overall, one of the most overrated places I have been to in London. The two stars are for the aubergine stew, which was simple, smoky and satisfying. A piece off flatbread balanced on top, a nice touch although another piece would have been better with amount of stew. The roasted pumpkin fell flat. It looked nice, glistening with oil and sprigs of herb. But it was practically tasteless.
Rather decent, if a bit spendy food on Camberwell Church Street.
Have popped in twice, and it's good, but it's not fantastic. Very friendly and helpful staff, and I supsect once they find their feet they might do a bit better.more
I've eaten on numerous occasions and the food is consistently good and of a pretty high standard. It's not Barrafina-style tapas, its a bit more traditional but they do like to serve up some interesting fusion places every now and then. That explains why its always packed, despite being in one of the most derelict (yes, you read right) areas of town.
I recently popped back for dessert after...more