Corsica. The Mediterranean. And, in the particular case of Le Lido, embedded on a rocky outcrop, "taking its rhythm from the waves and sun", as its owners fondly remark, and virtually unchanged since its the Thirties. Suffice it to say that when one settles at a table to enjoy the meal, one invariably thinks that the Island of Beauty has never deserved its name as much as here. At this table precisely. The famous chef Paul Bocuse claims that "cooking is love and generosity." Romuald and Marie-Paule, who run the establishment, have made this their motto, which justifies their happiness to immerse themselves in a laid-back lifestyle in front of the blue sea, sand and rocks. A kind of "floating boat yet securely moored," as a food columnist appreciatively wrote, after enjoying the place where you can not leave without having tasted the "Lobster of Lido", a marvel of delicacy.