Review on Seventeen at One Warwick Park
Seventeen is the showcase restaurant in the newly opened luxurious One Warwick Park Hotel located in the affluent Kent town of Tunbridge Wells, next to the famous Pantiles area and a few minutes from the station. The hotel extends across an alleyway incorporating two restored buildings, a converted brewery, formerly known as the Brew House Hotel and Old School House. Designed by interior architects KTB in collaboration with Interior Designers Envy London, the restaurant is a sleek affair decorated in a neutral palette with contemporary furnishings. Monochrome artwork adorns the walls and the room also features a stunning double height atrium.
Leading the kitchen is Andrew Giles who presents a British menu kicking off with starters in the shape of ham hock croquette with celeriac remoulade or seared king scallops and cauliflower puree and chorizo jam. Main courses usher in slow cooked lamb shank, sweet potato mash, purple sprouting broccoli and rosemary jus or from the sea grilled sea bream fillet, lime and coconut rice, bok choi, chilli and soy dressing. When it come to desserts you might see lemon meringue pie and blood orange sorbet or Bramley apple and quince crumble paired in crème Anglaise.
There's a first-class wine list which majors in European wines, a collection of Champagnes and an interesting cocktail list with a focus on Martini varieties including strawberry with black pepper and Nutella Martin.
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: From 7.30am Sat & Sun
Lunch: 12.00 - 4.00pm
Dinner: 6.00 - 10.30pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card