Angels & Gypsies Restaurant

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Using freshly sourced local ingredients and cooking them Spanish-style, Angels & Gypsies specialises in Spanish-American cuisine. Channelling the vibrancy of the local art scene, Angels & Gypsies enjoys a location in the heart of South London, within close proximity to a wealth of London attractions that include the Tate Modern and Brixton Academy. Angels & Gypsies also showcases a range of Spanish cured meats.

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Angels & Gypsies Restaurant

Address
29-33 Camberwell Church Street
Southwark
London
SE5 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.
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app
Yelp Reviews

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 22 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Angels & Gypsies Restaurant

2.0 out of 5 14 November 2014
by Jennifer S.

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.

I...more

3.0 out of 5 11 May 2014
by Glen M.

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

4.0 out of 5 3 February 2014
by Charlotte S.

I ate there on Saturday night as part of a large group, we booked the private lounge - the Havana Room. The food was fabulous and plentiful and a great range of dishes to try! The drinks were also good, the Argentinian Malbec was delicious. The only downside was the slow service, our booking was for 7.30pm and aside from the serrano ham and bread the main dishes didn;t come out until 8.45pm......more

4.0 out of 5 23 January 2014
by Stephen S.

I had the good fortune of having breakfast at Angels & Gypsies 3 times during a recent stay at the Church Street Hotel. Although they offered a pretty delicious looking continental breakfast I skipped it every time to go for the cooked breakfast. The Full English Breakfast (Out to Pasture) is not your traditional full English breakfast but is totally a vegetarian's dream! Plantains, portabello...more

5.0 out of 5 29 April 2013
by Andreas P.

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

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