Where to Eat in Corsica

Chez Serapin

If you want a true “Corsican experience”, head to Chez Seraphin. It’s one of Corsica‘s hidden gems located in the village of Peri. There is no menu offered here, instead you eat what you are served, with the menu changing daily. All vegetables are grown in the restaurant’s own garden, and the meal creations you’ll be served are to die for. Some of the standing favorites are Corsican veal, zucchini flower fritters, brocciu canneloni, and even local charcuterie. Plates are usually around 43 Euros per person with wine included.

U Museu

This beautiful restaurant is located below the citadel entrance and features a gazebo covered terrace you can dine on. It’s not too expensive, and it features some authentic and sumptuous local Corsican dishes. Feast on wilde boar and myrtle, or tripe shallots in a red wine sauce. Don’t forget the mouth watering dessert menu!

Le 20123

This unique restaurant started in the village of Pila Canale, which in-coincidentally has the zip code of 20123. The food is one thing to come for, especially with the daily verbally spoken menu that is around 32 Euros a head, but the decor will keep you staring throughout your meal. The owner has decorated the restaurant with life sized dolls in traditional dress, a water pump, a washing line, and all sorts of tacky yet charming decor.