Highlights of the evening were: Baby eels and piquillo peppers stuffed with Oxtail... Both completely out of this world flavours and textures.
The Group is slowly taking up the entire Old Brompton Road, Capote Y Toros for ham and cheese, Cambio de Tercio for more complex courses, and Tendido Cero for a strictly tapas menu, hence the waiters’ constant dashing across the road to fetch wines and whatnots. I love the concept and the apparent specialism of each joint; standard of cooking is consistently high, a touch of modernisation to keep things interesting even for conventional recipes. Plus friendly staff, bubbly ambience, and a thick wine list, I can’t fault this place.
I think Tendido Cero has just topped my chart for favourite Tapas in London.
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