A cosmopolitan neighbourhood restaurant in trendy Bethnal Green, Corner Room offers exceptional seasonal creations from award-winning chef, Nuno Mendes. An arty yet rustic dining room features funky suspended light fittings and chunky wood furnishings, whilst natural light floods in through mammoth windows. Set in the award-winning conversion of the Edwardian Town Hall, Corner Room serves an innovative selection throughout the day.
My friend raved about this place, and I can see why. An inconspicuous eatery hidden in the Town Hall Hotel (the building used to be a functional town hall), the Corner Room offers a modern take of basic ingredients. A bit risky to go there for dinner as they do not take reservations after 7 PM and you might have to wait a while, but no worries, there is an adjacent dimly-lit waiting room...more
I really like the Corner Room - its a hidden gem in this part of East London!
Tucked inside a former town hall, its quite a small restaurant. But the food is delicious. You might be disappointed when first reading the menu as it sounds so simply described, but the technique, creativity, and flavours are just phenomenal.
Prices are also really very reasonable for the quality you're getting.more
This is the second time I've been to Corner Room. The first time was excellent. To my regret, the second time was pretty average. Three dishes from their already small menu were not available. The service was sub-par, particularly for a restaurant affiliated with Viajante. There was a lot of slamming cutlery, bottles, dishes down; without any explanation or even acknowledgment that we were...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
People often ask me why I don't visit London more often, since my brother lives there.
My steadfast answer: London sucks when you don't have money!!!
However, lunch at this restaurant made me rethink my answer.