The Corner House Restaurant has once again reached the final of the Taste of Kent Restaurant of the Year Awards. Matt Sworder’s restaurants have been in the shortlist since the Minster restaurant first won the award in 2015, it was shortlisted in 2016 and went on to win again in 2017. The Corner House Canterbury reached the final in 2018 and is once again in the top three.
Matt is delighted to have had both his restaurants recognised by the regional awards.
“The Kent food scene continues to go from strength to strength and our competition this year is as strong as ever. Our mission at The Corner House was always to create a restaurant where people feel relaxed and welcome and enjoy honest simple food cooked from the best local and seasonal ingredients. Being shortlisted for both the Minster and Canterbury restaurants over the past five years is something we’re all very proud of and it underlines the strength, commitment and talent of the teams.”
The other top Kent restaurants in the running include The Small Holding in Kilndown and Thackerays in Royal Tunbridge Wells. The winners will be announced at The Kent Event Centre in Detling on Thursday 7 March.
This year The Corner House will launch its first ever cook book including more than 40 recipes, carefully selected by chef Matt Sworder to represent the most popular dishes from the past six years.
The book will also celebrate the fantastic produce available in and around Kent and profiles of the restaurants key suppliers will also feature in the book.
For more details or to book your table call Minster on 01843 823 000 or Canterbury or 01227 780793