Tendido Cero is a Spanish delicatessen, shop and Tapas bar. Following the success of Cambio de Tercio and its innovative cuisine, and thinking that London needed a good Spanish shop and Tapas bar, the owners decided to open Tendido Cero just opposite to the restaurant. In the same premises you can purchase a wide selection of authentic Spanish goods especially imported from Spain. Decorated in modern lines and lively colours, the menu offers all the Tapas dishes well known by Spanish food lovers, as well as personal creations. The shop operates a BYO (bring our own wine) policy.
Other restaurants near this one:
Thali is an Indian restaurant in Old Brompton Road, less than ¼ mile from Tendido Cero, and provides takeaway and sells vegetarian dishes
Gaon is a Korean restaurant at 160 Old Brompton Road, less than ¼ mile away
Cambio De Tercio is an expensive Spanish restaurant in Old Brompton Road, less than ¼ mile from Tendido Cero. Cambio De Tercio serve a variety of delicious authentic Spanish dishes in attractive surroundings. Consistently rated as one of the best Spanish restaurants in London.
Nam Long Le Shaker is an expensive Vietnamese restaurant at 159 Old Brompton Road, less than ¼ mile away. Nam Long is frequented by the thirty something crowd who are attracted by the interesting cocktails and energetic atmosphere. It serves Vietnamese dishes.
Capote Y Toros is an expensive Spanish restaurant in Old Brompton Road, less than ¼ mile from Tendido Cero
Eclipse Bar is in Old Brompton Road, less than ¼ mile from Tendido Cero. Eclipse is a group of modern cocktail bars based across South West London. They serve a range of drinks in hip environments, with regular DJs.
Drayton Arms is at 153a Old Brompton Road, less than ¼ mile away. Drayton Arms sell a variety of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks and serve modern English cuisine. They also provide seating on the terrace and have live music.
The Duke of Clarence is in Old Brompton Road, less than ¼ mile from Tendido Cero. The Duke of Clarence serves gastro pub food at lunchtime and during the evening and has a good wine list, many of which are served by the glass. A sister of the Builder's Arms on Britten Street in Chelsea, the decor is much the same.
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