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There are plenty of things to do and see in Corsica. Whether you’re hankering for some canyoning or would prefer to take a stroll around an art gallery, you’re going to need some energy to make the most of your day on this island in the Mediterranean Sea. Make sure you start your day off with a meal at one of these restaurants.
In the heart of Porto-Vecchio’s Old Town lies the stylish Le Parvis and its impressive brunch menu. The dishes changes frequently, but previous favorites include cod carpaccio, penne pasta with Napolitana sauce, chicken satay skewers, deviled eggs, zucchini gratin, and grilled panzetta (stuffed breast of veal), which is a Corsican delicacy. In addition to these rotating selections are the standard array of breads, pastries, and drinks, and the chefs are happen to make your eggs any way you like them: Benedict, fried, boiled, scrambled, or in an omelette.
Address & telephone number: 12 Cours Napoléon, Porto-Vecchio, Corsica, France, +33 4 95 26 29 52
London Café offers something a little different to the usual Corsican dining experience with its British-themed decoration, profusion of Union Jacks, and specialty cocktails like the London to Venice (Prosecco, Apérol, soda, and lemon). The extensive brunch buffet has scrambled eggs and sausages but differs a fair amount from what you would find at a typical London ‘greasy spoon,’ foregoing further fried items in lieu of cereal, yogurt, pies, muffins, cake, fruit, honey, jams, and compote.
Address & telephone number: 8 Cours Grandval, Ajaccio, Corsica, France, +33 4 95 24 76 98