Under the direction of Head Chef John Christie, Corner Room serves dishes of exceptional quality at affordable prices. Located on the first floor of the Town Hall Hotel, the 30-cover restaurant contains an airy, light-filled dining room alongside a relaxed lounge area, both ideal for casual meals and drinks. Proving that more can be done with less, each main dish features at least one prime ingredient sourced from within the United Kingdom, and Christie’s style of matching simple flavours with innovative cooking techniques runs steadily throughout the menu. Bookings can be made by telephone or online, and walk-ins are welcome.
Venue Details & Map
Cambridge Heath RoadBethnal GreenLondonE2 9NZ
- Public transport:
- Bethnal Green, Underground
I was really impressed with the overall cooking quality at the Corner Room, very good usage of fine ingredients, good depth of flavours with a clean and contemporary presentation. Not to mention the price which was amazing value for money, a main course costing £12.50 at that kind of level is just something I wasn't expecting at all, we ended up paying not even £25 per person in total for a...more
Let me start by saying that I very much enjoyed the food. The warm eel and beet salad was perfectly seasoned and flavorful. And the partridge with cranberry sausage (no casing!) and parsnip was elevated beyond homey or nostalgic to something that would fit at a Michelin-starred restaurant. However, the service felt somewhat uneven (e.g., one of the servers went as far as to offer...more
Someone, please fly me back to London. Having done some homework on new restaurants in the city, I decided to make the trip to Bethnal Green to try and find the place. I think this is the sister restaurant to Viajante? Which apparently closed?
Anyway, once at the town hall hotel, I had some trouble actually finding the restaurant and got myself twisted around a bit, even ending up in a linen...more
We came here from the peg and patriot bar downstairs and were seated in a lovely airy but cosy room. We went for the 6 course pairing menu and didn't regret a thing. It was by far the best meal I've ever had.
The cow curd and fig really got the taste buds started. Highlights were the pork cheek, the monk fish, the iced saurel and the pudding of orange and coffee something. The wine pairings...more
On a quiet rainy day this small and quirky restaurant can be a lovely spot of respite. the food was small in portions but grand in flavour and simplicity but be warned that you may want to go home and make a big portion of pasta for yourself.
I had the Bream to start with and the chefs accidently (im guessing) finished off my friends bowl of the same with my hazelnuts, so i had none. boo....more