Corner Kitchen is a cozy little cafe in the Biltmore Village section of Asheville. The quieter setting in this quaint village, which was originally constructed to house employees of the Biltmore Estate, make Corner Kitchen an ideal choice for anyone seeking a low-key breakfast experience. Despite the hidden location, Corner Kitchen is popular with the breakfast crowd due to the great food and affordable pricing! Reservations are recommended!
Corner Kitchen serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. However, this place is more well-known for their diverse breakfast menu. There are lots of interesting choices on the menu including a Harvest Bowl featuring quinoa and kale, a Fajita Breakfast Bowl, Avocado Toast and Eggs, and and a Toasted Almond, Vanilla, & Flaxseed Granola Bowl.
Of course, they also offer traditional breakfast fare. Sometimes, ordering a classic is the best way to go! Try the Biltmore Breakfast Plate which includes eggs, a biscuit or toast, and red bliss potatoes. The 3 egg omelet (pick 2 fillings) is another excellent choice sure to please just about anyone.
As an added bonus, they serve bottomless coffee from local roaster Pennycup.
Service was pretty basic here, attentive, but not overly friendly. The staff was adequate on providing drink refills.
The ambiance is very cozy, being that the restaurant is located inside a historic house. The beautiful house was built in 1895, making it over 100 years old!
Another nice bonus is that parking is much easier to find than downtown. After breakfast, you can stroll around the shops and galleries of Biltmore Village. The village is a charming place to take a stroll. George Washington Vanderbilt commissioned architect Frederic Law Olmstead (designer of New York's Central Park) to design this gorgeous neighborhood.
Stop by Biltmore Village for a great breakfast before exploring all the wonderful natural attractions in and around Asheville. For great food, at a great price point, in a great location, look no further than Corner Kitchen.