Treat Your Tastebuds with These Restaurants in Asheville

In this recent Linda Eats World article, you’ll see why Corner Kitchen and Chestnut always are among the best choices for places to eat in Asheville, NC.

From Linda Eats World:

There’s never enough time to visit all the restaurants in Asheville that I want to visit, but how lucky am I to be just four hours away? Inspired by my most recent trip, I’ve cobbled together my Asheville restaurant list for you. Please consider this list an ever-growing, ever-evolving list.

Corner Kitchen is a cornerstone in the Asheville restaurant scene

The Corner Kitchen is in a historic house in Biltmore Village, built 125 years ago. One of the owners of Corner Kitchen, Kevin Westmoreland is a native of Asheville. His childhood phone number is the restaurant’s phone number today! I had a wonderful time exploring the menu here. Who knew miso and charred carrot can be a winning flavor profile for broth? Corner Kitchen knew. My absolute favorite bite though was the bread pudding. Its texture was so fluffy; it could be the lovechild of bread pudding and flan.

Try dining on a Wednesday if you can. Every Wednesday, Corner Kitchen will donate a portion of their proceeds to local nonprofits.

Read on Linda Eats World.

Corner Kitchen is proud to be part of Asheville's vibrant food scene and...don't forget that parking is free in the village (and very abundant during dinner service)!

Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project
Asheville Independent Restaurants Association


3 Boston Way
Historic Biltmore Village
Asheville, NC 28803
(828) 274-2439
Open Daily
Brunch: 9:30 - 2:30
Dinner: 5pm until...

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