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”
Venue Details & Map
Cambio de Tercio
163 Old Brompton RoadEarl's CourtLondonSW5 0LJ
- Public transport:
- Gloucester Road, Underground
Excellent food: the menu gives a very nice overview on how Spanish cuisine is not only tapas
Extremely friendly and knowledgeable team
Many regular clients as noticeable by the greetings exchanged with the owner
With the diversity of offering in London, I tend to choose different restaurant and however am considering coming back soon
The sole down point could be the noise if you intend to have...more
First time I went here and a MOUSE was running across the floor. The manger told us that it came from the street, when it's CLEARLY ran in to a hole in the wall.
He offered us shots as an excuse, still charged us the whole amount on the check, despite the fact that there is a clear problem with the food health at this place. It was an absolute disgrace.more
Cambio De Tercio was a great meal. My wife and I ordered a bottle of wine and had several tapas to share. The service was outstanding - they brought out the tapas one at a time, so we could enjoy each one separately. I would definitely recommend for a nice dinner out.more
Came here for dinner with my dad, following recommendations of many of my friends, so I didn't panic when the bill came. It is the high end brother of the Spanish tapas bars on the same street (which happens to be next door to my new place!)
The atmosphere is cool but not pretentious, everything is sleek and dark that makes it feel very Spanish!
The menu includes a lot of different tapas,...more
I would say this is what I expect from a restaurant in South Ken. It's sleek, polished; the service is excellent; the food and wine above average. I'll keep it short, because I drank a bit of wine and enjoyed the company more than I brooded over the food, which is very unlike me, but anyway...
The croquetas with pimenton sauce were just okay. There definitely exists better in London. I...more