South-west Londoners' affection for the Cambio de Tercio group remains as strong as ever, and this Parsons Green outlet is no exception. On summer evenings, gaggles of happy punters spill out of the concertina doors onto the pavement, while bright decor and sunny Iberian service keeps things cheery on the rainiest of days. Among the sharing plates, you can't go wrong with the signature Galician-style octopus (which had one reader in ‘raptures'), but also note the grilled lamb chops with Padrón peppers and some exceptional jamón ibérico. While the standard tapas deliver on quality, the kitchen also ups the ante by offering, say, foie-gras shavings with Pedro Ximénez sherry, or cod carpaccio with olives and orange. Gourmet paellas are worth a go, and the excellent sherry list caps off a first-rate offering.
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