For traditional Corsican meat, cheese, and wine, head to this cozy eatery where aged salamis hang from the rafters. Adding rustic authenticity are stone-walls, terra-cotta tile floors, and illuminated alcoves holding books, bottles, and baskets. Start with the selection of farmers' cheese served with chestnut bread, fig jam, dried fruit, and purple grapes. The summer menu features gourmet salads like La Basse Cour (duck, bacon, and apples on a bed of greens) and open-faced
sandwiches like the Pertusato tartine (foie gras with muscat-marinated macerated figs). Organic pork is the specialty here, since it comes directly from the owner's pig farm. Save room for the homemade ice cream that comes in flavors of fig, myrte, and chestnut.
5, quai Banda del Ferro, Bonifacio, 20169, France