The Corner House on Cheese and Biscuits

The Corner house in Canterbury has recently been featured on the Cheese and Biscuits blog site. See what they have to say about us... I've said before on this blog that the real measure of a healthy dining scene isn't what's going on in the multi Michelin-starred high-falutin' fine dining establishments, but instead what you get for £30-40/head with a glass or two of wine. Don't get me wrong, I love places like Moor Hall, and L'Enclume, and the Fat Duck, of course I do - you'd have...

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Taste of Kent Awards Finalist 2018

We are extremely pleased to announce that we have been placed in the Top 4 for the Taste of Kent Restaurant of the Year award! We are so very grateful to all that voted for us - we couldn't have done it without your continued support! We are in great company with The Carriage Restaurant, Buoy & Oyster and The Mulberry Tree who make up the top 4! Results will be announced on March 8th so stay tuned!

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5 Minutes with Matt Sworder

Chef and restaurateur Matt Sworder is the owner of Kent-based company The Corner House Restaurant Group. The son of restaurateur David Sworder (Morton’s Fork, The Chequers and Bayside Brasserie in Kent) Matt began a marketing career with an insurance firm before realising he missed the buzz of the restaurant kitchen. He worked for Gordon Ramsay Group, Anthony Demetre and Adam Byatt before opening his first restaurant – the Corner House in Minster, Kent, in 2013. A second restaurant...

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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...

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What's Going on at The Corner House Canterbury?

Project Corner House Canterbury began last October when we acquired the Flying Horse in Canterbury, the second oldest pub in the city. With our planning permission on this Grade II listed building granted, we are now 6 weeks into the build. With the strip out complete it is now time to start building and restore this beautiful 16th Century Coach House. As you can see below, we are not quite ready to serve you a chilled bottle of Chapel Down Curious Lager, however you can see progress...

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