Corsica Restaurants




L'Annexe Review

Next to the ramp of a large street and fountain, the modern décor, ambient music, and young staff, (dressed in jeans and black T-shirts) make this a hip spot in town with basic food. Funky artwork like bar-code paintings cover the walls, and chilled wine bottles come in florescent bags rather than champagne buckets. Popular with the locals are the brick oven pizzas, grilled hamburgers and gourmet salads. For something more traditional, try the magret de canard or start with the meat and cheese platter of prosciutto, brie, smoked salmon, roasted bell peppers, and fig jam.

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun.
Updated: 11-19-2012

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