The aperance of the restaurants looks perfect, its well placed, on a quiet street. The probles is with time to wait... We have to wait more than 1 hour for main plate.... finaly we decide to live....
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First of all, the restaurent is well placed within Ajaccio, in a small pedestrian street. We waited for one hour for the starter to come, it was great but the squid a la plancha were cut.... see attached picture. We again waited for 45 minutes...More
Wondered around for a while and really glad we stopped here when we noticed other guests scraping their empty plates for every delicious morsel. Best linguine gambas and moules corse (a cheese/charcuterie moules pot.. Divine). Great wine and perfect chocolate fondant to finish. Simple menu,...More
Great fresh food, well prepared, tasty but healthy. Very kind people, since it's managed by a family you can really feel their work. Service is a bit slow because there are only 2 family's members taking care of all the tables. Nice treatment: they were...More
My wife and I were in Ajaccio for our 40th wedding anniversary and walked past this place twice before realising it was a small restaurant, with probably only 12-15 tables. The lunch dish of the day was sauted veal with pasta..........and because everyone around us...More
Great food, great staff and a popular haunt of the locals! The wine list is a bit limited but they have some decent local wines.
Several of us stumbled upon this lovely family restaurant while visiting Ajaccio. We all ate from the lunch menu (2 courses for 18 euros) and it was delicious, well presented, fresh, plenty of choice with some marvellous local fish. It's a family run place with...More
Lovely little bistro, food fresh and very well cooked, but don't expect speedy service! A place to eat and relax, but not if yore in a hurry. Mussels a la corsa were cooked with wine, cream and local ham, very nice indeed! Great wine too.