The Sunday Times Review

The Sunday Times recently visited The Corner House and wrote a review about us on their website. Here's what they had to say...

The Sunday Times Review of the Corner House

Tuck in to dishes from sophisticated bouillabaisse to classic pork scratchings at this sensitively restored pub with rooms in a 16th-century building.
Just beyond Canterbury’s southeastern city walls, this grade II listed former coaching inn has been welcoming passers-through since 1682, with the building itself dating back to 1574. The main draw today? The food. The menu of its chef, Matt Sworder, will please everyone bar vegetarians, who have limited options. Most mains combine a generous slab of meat with exquisitely cooked veg and obligatory “jus”. Young, smiley staff will fill you in about where everything is sourced (Kent, mostly). Upstairs, the five rooms — all sloping floors, exposed beams and original iron fireplaces — are as charming as you would hope. With rates starting at £75, breakfast included, they are excellent value too.

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