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Corsica, the beautiful French island region, is nestled in the Mediterranean between France and Italy. Whether opting for a beachfront restaurant or a brasserie in a hilltop village, Corsica has many restaurants to tempt visitors. Here are 10 of the best.
A Casa di Anghjulu is a beautiful, traditional restaurant located in the picturesque village of Poggio d’Oletta, which is nestled in the hilltops overlooking the Gulf of Saint-Florent. The restaurant resides in the Clementi maison, a charming family farmhouse that was built in 1836 and has rooms which still feature original frescoes from almost 200 years ago. Chef Gérard Magnan, who has worked at top restaurants in France and Japan, bases his menu around authentic yet refined cuisine with a distinct Corsican palate and use of seasonal and, where possible, local produce with dishes like duck foie gras with the chef’s signature gingerbread and onion jam, or the fried monkfish medallions on a bed of leeks. The property is also home to the restaurant’s walled vineyard, the Clos Clementi, whose cellar is located underneath the farmhouse.