The Corner House – Minster
You’ll receive nothing short of a warm and friendly welcome at the award-winning Corner House. Situated in the quiet and picturesque village of Minster, the building is over 350 years old and the decor is rustic with modern touches.
Everything is homemade by the talented chefs, including the bread, pasta and delicious range of ice cream. Sourcing fare locally and seasonally, the team is all about doing simple things well, as is demonstrated by the menu. Perhaps start with pork scratchings, or decadent chicken liver parfait topped with Port jelly. For the main event, choose from the likes of the signature Romney Marsh lamb for two – a delicious slow-cooked dish that’s carved at your table and served with Dauphinoise potatoes, seasonal vegetables and lamb jus. What better way to finish than with a sharing dessert platter, which allows diners to sample the popular brown bread ice cream? It’s made to a secret family recipe. The open kitchen allows diners to watch the team transform fresh ingredients into delectable dishes. Under the tutelage of chef-patron Matt Sworder, who trained under Gordon Ramsay at La Noisette, The Corner House in Minster boasts two AA rosettes and has garnered critical acclaim, featuring in The Michelin Guide and The Good Food Guide, and was named Kent Restaurant of the Year in 2015 and 2017 at the Taste of Kent Awards. Thanks to The Corner House’s impressive reputation, booking is highly recommended. After being wined and dined at this award-winning restaurant, why not make use of the two beautiful en-suite guest rooms? They’re the perfect place in which to retire and enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep.