Find out what European restaurants to try in Corte including A Casa di l'Orsu, La Trattoria, U Museu, Restaurant U Campanile, Restaurant A Casuccia, Le Bip's, U Passa tempu, I Fratelli, L'Annexe, Auberge de la Restonica, Restaurant
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4 based on 325 reviews
I sure wish that we had tried this restaurant earlier during our stay in Corte. The food was delicious, the service attentive, and the atmosphere pleasant. Everything that we ordered was good. The salads are quite large, and my husband ordered the Corsican soup, which he loved. For the main course, I ordered fish, and my husband, I think ordered veal. I found for our tastes that menus In Corsica are sometimes limited. The charcuterie is often quite good, but I found that main courses are often regional, of course, with a lot of pork, and pizza; not as much fish as you might expect. I have become careful ordering beef anywhere in France because it is not always as tender as US beef. Even though I hesitated at first; because I thought the menu limited, this was really a terrific restaurant, and we hope to return.
4 based on 355 reviews
We fell out of the underground car park and needed somewhere for lunch for our party of eight. Without our guidebook, we chose the first place that appealed - and hit a winner. The staff were very friendly and flexible finding space for us together, the menu was varied including Corsican specialities, French staples and burgers. Everything was very good and at a very reasonable price - much better for the money than most of the beachside restaurants.
4 based on 291 reviews
Traditional Corsican restaurant located at the foot of the citadel, in the most panoramic view of Corte. Shady and quiet of the fact that the cars can park in the car park of the citadel, located 200m from the restaurant.
Beautiful outdoor/indoor setting. The menu was very nice; both seafood and Charolais, among many. The fish soup was fantastic. The serving size was ample. The only this prettier than the setting were the waitresses (Is my wife reading this?). Corte is sort of bland, but this section, near the museum and the fortress, is very pleasant.
4 based on 544 reviews
One of the items on my bucket list for Corsica (yep, I always think of the food first) was pizza. Fortunately for me, we decided to have dinner at U Passa Tempu. I got the Pasquale Paoli pizza (I think, it's been a few weeks) and requested that olives be added. They were happy to oblige this request, and the pizza that came to me was huge and delectable, and well worth a bucket list item. My S.O. got the Corsican veal stew with green olives, and it was so good, exactly as he remembered from his childhood. The owner, Martin, is super friendly and chill. The restaurant itself has spilled over into a terrace overlooking the streets and residences of Corte, and for an early summer evening, the terrace was a perfect place to wind down a day of sightseeing.
4 based on 446 reviews
We ate two courses - pate de tete, rabbit & boar stew which with a bottle of house wine came to a very reasonable â¬43. We ate indoors win a pleasant basememt setting. The food was well cooked and the portions huge. The service was chaotic - bread forgotten, menu confused, coffee machine broken, wine undercharged on the bill - but all of this was completely forgiven by the charming staff - all of them - who looked after us. We would return.
4 based on 291 reviews
Had lunch here after visiting Corte. Lovely find, staff friendly and food tasty. We ordered one of their specialities - cannelloni with Corsican cheese, mint and a veal sauce. Really nice, well seasoned and generous portion. My wife had a Sicilienne pizza which was excellent. Price was very reasonable.Would recommend this restaurant if you are in the old town.
4 based on 527 reviews
Out of the three nights we spent near Corte, we ate here twice, it was so good! Local produce and typically Corsican food: Terrine of wild boar, vegetable soup, vegetable and herb pasties, delicious fish, wonderful entrecote steak....all the dishes were delicious. The restaurant is an enclosed outside space, with heavy plastic sides. It was a little chilly the first evening, but electric heaters soon dispelled the chill.The staff are young, friendly and very efficient. In a party of six, we had three vegetarians and one coeliac, but all were catered for with no problem. A great place to eat and wonderful situation in the middle of Corte's citadel.
4 based on 1286 reviews
Really nice terrace that fills up quickly. Nice staff I noticed it was a team effort and actually saw servers taking plates from tables they did nit serve. The 20â¬ menu was pretty good carpaccio de veal OK cannelloni sanglier copious and tasty. Trout a la brocciu was no great shakes infact pretty industrial.Sherbet good. CafÃ© gourmand excellent with loads of pastries.Problem with visa machine, long wait to pay tarnished the experience.
4 based on 346 reviews
Dinner with my wife had theBeef Carpaccio was out of this world she had the penny Napolitano and I had the penne mozzarella,both excellent dishes,,tables side olive oil fantastic,,what you expect in Mediterranean countries,,house wine were too notch for less cost
4 based on 753 reviews
We went based on the reviews especially of the 16 euro menu. The food lived up to the hype with everything that we ate being very good, the wild boar stew was definitely the best thing that we had. They only serve bottled beer. The carafes of wine were good value and drinkable.
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