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Vote for the Corner House

Corner House Canterbury has been open over a year now and what an exciting time it has been for us! We are so grateful for all the support we have received and want to know whether you think we deserve Newcomer of the Year in the Kent Life Food & Drink Awards 2017?

The prestigious awards, which launched in 2013, are designed to champion, highlight and offer a showcase to the good and the great from the region’s food and drink industry, including local producers and suppliers, small farming businesses, chefs, restaurants, pubs and hoteliers. All the finalists will be people who care about the countryside and the future of our local environment.

Support the awards and vote here for your favourite in Kent and perhaps Corner House Canterbury as Newcomer of the Year!

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Chapel Down at The Corner House

We are extremely excited to be hosting a special night with Chapel Down in Minster on the 20th July and Canterbury on the 17th August. Both events start at 7pm. Freddie from Chapel Down will be there on the night to talk our guests through the menu and talk about the vineyard in Tenterden.

To book your table, please contact our Minster restaurant today on 01843 823000, or our Canterbury restaurant on 01227 780793.

Menu

A celebration of beautiful Thanet Earth tomatoes,
matched with English Rose.

Lobster, peas and courgette salad with monkfish scampi,
matched with Chapel Down Bacchus

Braised beef brisket, dauphinoise, charred baby gem, baby leeks and oyster cream,
matched with Union Red

Elderflower and lemon sorbet

Blueberry clafoutis with honeycomb ice cream,
matched with Curious Apple

Tea, coffee & homemade truffles

£55 per guest

May 2017

Twelfth Night

When we hear good things going on in a Corner House neighbourhood, we like to share it! Check out this great event in June in Minster and there may be time to sneak in a Corner House visit beforehand!!

Twelfth Night in Minster
Taste of Kent Awards Winner 2017 - The Corner House Minster

March 2017

The Corner House Minster collects Taste of Kent restaurant of the Year 2017

We are pleased to announce Corner House Minster collected the Taste of Kent Restaurant of the Year for the second time in three years at a prestigious awards ceremony at The Kent Event Centre in Detling on Thursday 9 March.

It is the second time that The Corner House, which celebrates its fourth anniversary in June, has been presented the award, having been a finalist in the best restaurant category for the past three years. The award recognises the quality of the guest experience from arrival to departure.

Matt Sworder is chef proprietor of The Corner House Minster and its sister restaurant The Corner House Canterbury, which opened in July 2016. He collected the award with operations manager Emma May, head chef of Canterbury Mark Cragg, commis chef at Minster Glenn White and Minster’s housekeeper Abi Baillet. Unfortunately, Minster’s head chef Predrag Kostic was unable to attend due to personal reasons. The other finalists in the restaurant category were The Mulberry Tree in Boughton Monchelsea, and Saltwood on the Green in Saltwood.

Matt says, “We were up against some tough competition and I can honestly say that the win was totally unexpected. The team has been working especially hard to ensure we maintain standards whilst opening up a second restaurant and this award is for them. It’s a real honour to work with such a professional and enthusiastic team and they thoroughly deserve this recognition. It’s also fantastic to have the spotlight shining back on our flagship restaurant, following the successful launch of Canterbury last year.”

February 2017

The Guardian Review The Corner House

Picking up the paper on a Saturday morning and who should appear?

“Taking something basic and dialling up quality is one of chef Matt Sworder’s specialisms”

“what really impresses is Jane’s salad starter: a lemon tangle of leaves radish, pea shoots and roasted butternut, balanced with pesto and goats cheese”

“with top notch food and warm hospitatlity in a tourist honeypot like Canterbury, this second Corner House venture looks sure to be a success”

The Guardian Review The Corner House
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