About Corner Kitchen
Tucked into a quiet corner of Biltmore Village is one of Richard Sharp Smith's original Tudor Style cottages, and one of Asheville's most surprising restaurants. Chef Joe Scully brings years of culinary experience to bear in his special North Carolina take on Pan-American cuisine (he calls it "Caromerican"), while host Kevin Westmoreland makes you feel as welcome as an old friend at breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Dine in the sunny “Side Porch”, where tables cluster around a generous bar, or in one of the cozy fireplace rooms - upstairs or down. When the weather's right, relax on the Patio and take in the singular beauty of Historic Biltmore Village. If you are looking for the perfect spot for your next meeting, luncheon or other group function, call or email and make arrangements for an unforgettably great special event.
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Saturday: 7:30am - 11:00am; Brunch: Sunday: 9:00am - 3:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Wednesday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Thursday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm
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We can cater, via Corner Kitchen Catering at 828-575-2819, anything from a casual BBQ picnic to a four-course French dinner at your home. Each event is designed for you.
During the day, parking is available on-street throughout Biltmore Village, with walks of no more than 1.5 blocks. At night, there is plentiful parking on all streets adjacent to the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
We can handle up to 30 guests in our upstairs rooms with advance notice.
Banquet, Beer, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
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Corner Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
Was slightly disappointed with Corner Ki ...
Was slightly disappointed with Corner Kitchen after reading reviews. Had hoped for more local, farm-fresh ingredients and really tasty cuisine. Overall, the food was mediocre, lacking any really memorable flavor. The outdoor patio seating is lovely and provided a nice place to meet friends for brunch. However, based on the quality of the food, I think we'll try some place else next time.
Disappointed in the very limited selecti ...
Disappointed in the very limited selection for their Restaurant Week menu. Puny. Ordinarily I have always been pleased with the Corner Kitchen - this time NOT so much.
Will try again but more so for breakfast or lunch - dissatisfied with this visit. Friends who accompanied us felt the same.
Service was superb! Both the man coordin ...
Service was superb! Both the man coordinating seating/reservations and the waitress were helpful, cheerful and patient during a busy lunch time. We needed to change reservation time at the last moment and it was very graciously handled. My companion has a recent hip replacement and the host was quick to suggest a downstairs table for us - nice to have that happen in such a smooth way. Food was its usual quality except for our fried oysters. They did not have the hint of heat and spiciness they typically do...plenty of crunch, but little taste. Hope that was just an oversight, as I have said for several years that Corner Kitchen has some of the finest fried oysters around. Corner Kitchen is a good restaurant choice for any meal!
The food is excellent--the Boston Fried ...
The food is excellent--the Boston Fried Chicken is my favorite, with wonderful collard greens [which I have never liked before] and cheese grits that are very good. We do this on occasion for Sunday brunch, but get a reservation...it will save the 45 minute to 90 minute wait. Very close to Biltmore House and worth the 60+ mile drive that it takes for us to get there.
I found Corner Kitchen as a recommended ...
I found Corner Kitchen as a recommended spot online and decided to reserve a place for us the following morning for Sunday brunch. We showed up at 11:00am for our reservation and were seated immediately on the sun porch (we were somewhat anxious about timing as we were headed out for a wedding right after the meal). Corner Kitchen provided excellent service, ambiance and the food was delicious! It was a great experience and I would definitely recommend it to friends and family visiting the area like we were!
We had gone to downtown Asheville and it ...
We had gone to downtown Asheville and it was a tourist zoo. Loud, obnoxious and tourist junk food. We left as fast as we could and found The Corner Kitchen on Trip Advisor. What a find. It was tasteful, quiet and had great food. Plus our waiter was great. He had informed suggestions and was attentive but not obtrusive.
My trout was not overly season and was well prepared. My wife had a delicious arugula salad and the julienne salmon. It was all just first rate. We'll be back next time we're in town.
This was our "last night" dinner of our ...
This was our "last night" dinner of our adult family visit to Asheville. Nice atmosphere & the staff was very attentive & helpful. Lots of Southern hospitality. The appetizers were the best!! The table split Smoked Salmon Julienne, Fried Oysters, & Baked Brie. OH MY .....all were delicious. Two people had Vege Plates, I had the shrimp & grits & we were very happy. I will say that my husband had the pork chop & I'm afraid it was a little overcooked, hince tough (nice flavor but chewy) We also split a couple of desserts....the Vanilla Bread pudding cake w/ice cream & the Chocolate Mousse Cake. OUTSTANDING.
I made dinner reservation from reading a ...
I made dinner reservation from reading all these great recommendations from TripAdvisor and Yelp. The restaurant was quaint and quality of food was great but definitely small portion and overpriced in my opinion. The menu selection was mainly fish, was only one other choice for chicken, pork or beef. Unfortunately, I wasn't excited of any of the other three non-fish choices and they didn't offer special of the day. The reason I didn't want to order another fish entrée because my boyfriend's dinner choice was fish. I ended up having an appetizer for dinner instead and dinner didn't even come with bread. Bread & butter was part of appetizer menu, I've never seen that at a restaurant being offered on the menu. I didn't think that was appropriate. Unimpressed.
The food was wonderful - from the soup ...
The food was wonderful - from the soup - the red snapper - the tenderloins cooked perfectly - my mashed potatoes - husband potatoes - flavorful - nice aroma - I am not usually a "fish" person but the red snapper was delicious.
The food was good, the wine perfect and ...
The food was good, the wine perfect and the service from Rachel was impeccable . The noise level inside seemed high on passing through but outside, barely noticeable. It was a hot day (lunch) and a gentle fan would have been helpful but all in all, a good place that I would recommend and I will eat there again.
Waiter sloshed wine on table with no eff ...
Waiter sloshed wine on table with no effort to clean the spill. Two of the entrees were arguably too salty to eat and the garnish on both was totally inedible. Although the manager came over to apologize no recourse at all was offered. This meal was fair at best. Would likely try to find another restaurant in which to dine particularly for a special occasion.
The Corner Kitchen is a delightful, casu ...
The Corner Kitchen is a delightful, casual restaurant in Biltmore Village. The menu changes daily and the emphasis is on fresh, local fare. Make a reservation...not always an easy restaurant to get into as a "walk up."
Flexible menu. Permission to make innova ...
Flexible menu. Permission to make innovative changes. Attention to detail on the cooking.
A busy place for brunch — need more help to make it possible for wait staff to provide adequate help. But all respond to table needs.
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