Kipferl is a traditional and authentic Viennese coffee house and restaurant based in Camden Passage, Angel. We serve homemade Austrian cakes and coffee specialities and small dishes such as gulyas soup and Frankfurters in our cafe area at the front to classics such as Wiener Schnitzel and Kaesespaetzle accompanied for fine Austrian wines and beers in our restaurant area.
£25 and under
Perfect service, extremely friendly the coffee we had was of the highest quality at a very reasonable price.
Decor is very homely yet unique will defiantly come back for a cake next timemore
Brilliant Austrian spot. For every fan of the culture or just trying to get some new vibe, I recommend trying this cafe. The cakes are delicious and judging by the queue that swirls through the dinner hours, it's also a must. They have tried really hard to deliver an authentic Austrian experience for foodies and ordinary people in search of something new (like me).
So, in a glimpse: try the...more
If you wandering around Camden passage after a lazy afternoon of antique shopping, then Kipferl is a great place to take a load off and indulge in some classic Viennese tea house fare.
The place was quite busy on Saturday afternoon and tables don't turn over too fast, however, it gave us a great change to inspect all their cakes which looked amazing!
After sitting down we ordered some teas...more
Sunday afternoon. We were looking for a really and warm cup of coffee around Angel. Everything was closed. We looked on yelp (yeah!) and the app recommended us this Austrian place. We could take a sit straight away (although there was a queue for dinner)
We sat next to the cake display (lucky us), so we could not go without trying a couple of cakes with our coffee: Espresso cake and...more
I admire in my Austrian friend her incredible efficiency. That's not exactly why I like to do weekend work at Austrian café Kipferl, but the fun yet functional environment does keep me motivated and focused. It also helps that there is no background music to compete with my thoughts--just the comforting whir of the milk steamer, and the occasional clattering of plates being stacked in some...more