42 Rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris, France
By far one of the best restaurant in this south Pigalle area of Paris (So-Pi). One part Terroir/ and one part dining area – Terra Corsa serves typical cheeses and sausages from Corsica either as Cheese platters, Salads or Quiches.
You can also stock up on authentic quality french olive oils, corsican cheeses and a variety artisanal jambon/ ham.
One of my favorites places to lunch (go before 3pm when they stop serving). Their under 10 euros menu offers a quiche meal and for 13 euros you can have a main course and dessert. The wine selection is pristine and we even tried the typical Corsican white beer the Colomba – perfect for a summer day as it was flavorful yet light.
I love Corsica, the many rivers, long beaches and the cheeeeesssee!
So I’m excited to share this address with you guys, as an introduction to what Corsica has to offer if you’ve ever wondered what the food is like there. Also at the front of the restuarant to the side there is a digital album with some breathtaking photos of Corsica. You’ll probably want to book your trip after a meal here.
- A mixed cheese platter is around 15 Euros but widely enough for two people.
- Glass of wine averages 3.80 Euros
- Perfect for lunch or even a romantic dinner (no hot food between 3pm and 5pm).
- Great wine selection
- Corsican artisan produce,cheese, hams, wine and beer.
- English spoken.
- Vegetarian options
- Terrace seating on Rue des Martyrs
- Close to : KB cafe Shop, Buvette, Rose Bakery, Hotel Amour
Lots of hanging sausages, wine, canned produce from Corsica and homemade desserts.
My favorite is the Coppa and aubergine quiche here!
Address: Terra Corsa
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 10am to 9:30pm, Sunday 10am to 7pm.
Metro: Notre-Dame-de-Lorette or Saint George (line 12)
THEY ALSO have a SECOND location here, close to many places to eat and drink in the Cour des Petites Ecuries:
1 cour des Petites-Ecuries
Strasbourg-St Denis/Bonne Nouvelle, 10th Arr.