Next week the foodies of Tunbridge Wells will have a stylish new eaterie to feast in thanks to the opening of Brasserie One Warwick Park. The Times finds out what’s on the menu…
It’s no secret that Tunbridge Wells is home to some of the best restaurants in Kent, and next week it will have another reason for foodies to flock to town thanks to the opening of Brasserie One Warwick Park.
The restaurant, which is located at the hotel of the same name on Chapel Place near The Pantiles, and is run by Elite Leisure Collection, owners of One Media, publisher of the Times.
The brasserie opens on September 19 and will be dedicated to serving the town’s best breakfast and brunch offerings.
“It will be open every day between 7.00am and 1.00pm and visitors can expect popular favourites including a full English, (with vegan and vegetarian options available), eggs royale, overnight oats and smashed avocado. There will also be sourdough bacon sandwiches, fresh pastries, triple stacked buttermilk pancakes and breakfast burritos on the new menu too.”
“It will be the perfect place to grab a bite to eat to start your day,” says a hotel spokesperson.
Perfect for business breakfasts or a weekend catch up with friends and family, Brasserie One Warwick Park will also offer guests a handy ‘grab and go’ menu which will feature a smorgasbord of delicious delights to take away and get your day off to a great start.
As well having a sharp focus on quality epicurean offerings, Brasserie One Warwick Park is all about provenance too, ensuring an ethos of sourcing locally and supporting our regional producers.
Southborough Butchers and Tunbridge Wells Coffee Roastery are just two of the local suppliers that will be used by the new breakfast and brunch spot who will also be selling local products including eggs and honey from a deli display within the brasserie.
Alongside the many enticing new breakfast options, guests can still indulge in Brasserie One Warwick Park’s signature afternoon tea menus which will now be available every Thursday and Sunday afternoon.
“Finding locally sourced produce has been a labour of love,” says Ollie Funnell, Head Chef at The Brasserie. “But we can confidentially say our dishes will be made using only the very best and most fresh ingredients,” he adds.
You can treat your taste buds to homemade cakes, delicate finger sandwiches and warm scones with jam and clotted cream, accompanied by a hot pot of tea – or a flute of fizz if you prefer!
The new eaterie has also undergone a redesign. The contemporary setting now boasts an on trend botanical theme with the space’s signature atrium flooding the venue with natural light.
Brasserie One Warwick Park can also offer companies the opportunity to host corporate breakfasts as well as intimate brunches.
Before its official opening on September 19 residents of Tunbridge Wells can check out what else is going on at Brasserie One Warwick Park by following its Instagram account (@onewarwickpark) where there will also be the chance to win a free breakfast or brunch for one lucky family of five.
Guests are welcome to stop by without a reservation, but bookings are encouraged and are a must for larger groups and afternoon tea.