Forming part of a collection of independent neighbourhood restaurants and bars by Darwin & Wallace, No.17 has opened at Dickens Yard, Ealing.
No.17 welcomes residents, workers and visitors to enjoy a delicious menu of locally sourced and carefully curated food and drink in a home from home setting. The new restaurant boasts stunning interiors with feature-piece lighting, generous lounge seating, large oak sharing tables and a dedicated bar on both floors. There is extensive outdoor seating with a large courtyard and a wrap-around terrace overlooking the landscaped public square at Dickens Yard.
No.17 marks the seventh location for Darwin & Wallace who are well known for creating 21 st century gastropubs with casual and relaxed all-day dining experiences and fresh, sustainable and seasonal dishes alongside an expert-led bar service.
Steve Kirwan, Operations Director, St George West London, said:
"We are delighted to welcome No.17 to the neighbourhood as it plays a central role in cementing Dickens Yard as a vibrant destination in West London. There has been a flurry of new openings at Dickens Yard in recent weeks and it's fantastic to see momentum continue with No.17 joining the community."
Dickens Yard is a new destination in Ealing comprising 700 new homes, a range of public spaces and an array of lifestyle brands now open including Triyoga, Gail's Bakery, The Kumon Centre, Charlotte's W5, Blow Bar and Benham & Reeves.
Dickens Yard is playing a significant role in the wider regeneration of Ealing ahead of the arrival of the Elizabeth Line at Ealing Broadway station. The expanded frequency of the Elizabeth line will see commutes reduced and journeys made easier via new, high-capacity trains. The new station will halve journey times to central London, with travel to Bond Street in 11 minutes, Liverpool Street in 18 minutes and Canary Wharf in 25 minutes. Heathrow Airport terminals two and three will be just 14 minutes away via the new line.