Corner Kitchen @ Biltmore Village

Having had plans nearby, we stopped in to have lunch at this quaint restaurant in Biltmore Village, the Corner Kitchen.  It was located in an old house built around 1895, according to their website (  This restaurant has cozy and sophisticated atmosphere accompanied by very friendly staff which made our experience exclusively wonderful.

“Bourbons Ginger” shown in the picture left.

For entree, we chose “Basil Pesto Salmon” and

“Chimichurri Flat Iron”.  Both were delicious and cooked perfectly to our request.  In addition to that, each came with fresh sides and ingredients that gave so many dimensions of taste to these plates and were well-complement to the main dishes.  Everything was fresh and tasty.

Couldn’t leave without a dessert… We picked “White Chocolate Vanilla Bread Pudding” to add to this wonderful meal at this great restaurant.

You can make a reservation online at their website which was very convenient for us since they seem to be popular and  busy.  Last time we attempted to visit without reservation, we saw a waiting crowd, so we gave up!




Corner Kitchen

3 Boston Way
Historic Biltmore Village
Asheville, North Carolina 28803


Chie was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan before attending college in Pennsylvania then moving to Cleveland, Ohio, and now lives near Asheville, North Carolina. Despite her metropolitan upbringing, Chie enjoys nature-abundant Western North Carolina living, let alone its warm-hearted locals and cultures. Traveling and exploring are her favorite things to do.