Cambio de Tercio

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4 out of 5 Based on 23 reviews


Cambio de Tercio is the signature Restaurant of Cambio De Tercio Restaurant Group, located in the heart of Chelsea- South Kensington. It was open in June, 1995 and is a pioneer in offering modern and innovative Spanish cuisine in London.

We also offer traditional Spanish tapas, but it is our Chef Alberto Criado’s creative dishes, what defines us and has given us our name.

Our award winning “wine list” contains the largest and more diverse selection of Spanish wines anywhere in London.

Within our renovated premises, you can now have dinner at our Chef’s table situated in our kitchen or enjoy one of our Spanish style Gin & Tonic at our “C.Tonic” Bar, with a large 80+ premium gin’s menu.

The Restaurant has gained many accolades during the years including the much coveted “ PREMIO ALIMENTOS DE ESPANA 2003- awarded by the Spanish Minister of Agriculture, Fishing and Food as “The Best Spanish Restaurant in any country outside Spain, 2003”

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163 Old Brompton Road, Earl's Court, London, SW5 0LJ

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Cambio de Tercio

163 Old Brompton Road
Earl's Court
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4 out of 5 based on 23 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Cambio de Tercio

5.0 out of 5 24 January 2013
by Bobby N.

Everything. Is. Delicious.

My favorite Spanish restaurant outside of Spain. And possibly within it.

Don't miss the house Bierzo. A wonderful Spanish red wine varietal you've probably never heard of. Otherwise they have a whole wall of wine which rivals the menu in it's ability to blow your taste buds away!more

4.0 out of 5 24 May 2011
by Marie L.

My only time here was a wonderful dinner, of which I only recall amazing tasty food and good service.

We made a reservation, and once arrived we could the see the restaurant being quite busy. Even then, we received a very good service...the staff speaks Spanish, and some of them spoke French, convenient for us who were French.

The only thing that refrains me from going back is definitely the...more

4.0 out of 5 30 March 2011
by Kevin L.

Any restaurant that proffers legitimate cloth napkins in the toilets for you to dry your hands off with is a venue I'd consider upmarket. You can benchmark your expectations on what a dining experience here is likely to cost you based on this fact alone.

The most noteworthy aspect of our meal here wasn't the food (though that was quite nice) or the ambiance (which was exceptionally swanky),...more

2.0 out of 5 5 September 2010
by William M.

I had such great expectations about dining here, and the food was wonderful and clever and tasty, but the kitchen and our waiter seemed to conspire together and made our experience crummy.

The food took so long to come out of the kitchen that we began to wonder what was up. We'd see other waiters bringing out food, but not our guy, and the tables he was serving sat and sat, waiting. The pace...more

4.0 out of 5 17 February 2009
by Yee Gan O.

As I was in the area for Quidam at the Royal Albert Hall, I decided to pop into this upmarket Spanish tapas restaurant which had been on my radar for awhile. It's part of a collection of Spanish restaurants in the Chelsea area - Tendido Nero, which does paella, is just across the road.

I do like tapas though I must confess that I've never had it in Spain. However, it may be hard on Cambio but...more