The Corner House has recently been featured on Consommé's website and this is what they had to say about us:
Nestled on the backstreets away from the hustle and bustle of the busy high street lies a hidden gem. A must-visit; well worth the trip to the historic town, if its crumbling castles and long-standing history with some of the greats’ hadn’t already enticed you. The Corner House, Canterbury–its underwhelming exterior keeps the secret, best-kept. Inside you can expect bright lights, spacious seating and the most atmospheric dining room that has recently been renovated bringing it well and truly into the 21st century. Donned in deep turquoise and gold and antique wooden details, overlooking the beautiful garden that extends the venue's seating to well over 50, carefully dotted with wild plants and home-grown herbs. Lavender lines the side of the building, allowing a beautiful summer aroma to fill the room as you sip on a welcome cocktail: a raspberry based prosecco for me, a mint-laden mojito for my guest with discerning tastes who never veers too far away from the classics.
To read the full article, please head over to Consommé's website here!