Alberto’s, Corydon (IN)


Was over at Brandenberg, KY last weekend for our 1st b&b experience/farm stay (more about that in a later post), and the hosts recommended us to “the most fantastic Italian restaurant ever!” in the next town. It was a Saturday evening, and she told us to be there by 5 to avoid the crowd.

We were there by 515pm, and immediately after we were seated, the restaurant started filling up – PHEW! If you want to avoid the crowd, go there by 5! (opening time)IMG_3392

‘Twas a very cozy and quaint lil Italian restaurant in this small & charming town. We had the Sangria (5$) and it was heavenly! Sweet just like i like it, and the alcohol wasn’t overpowering (but it was pretty potent 😉 )IMG_3393

We didn’t order much for dinner, coz we were saving our stomachs for dessert elsewhere. But here’s what we got:

Brushetta with caramelized onions + goat cheese. OHMYGAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHD 😮

This was….PARTY IN MY MOUTH! 😛 The onions were perfectly caramelized, and the goat cheese and sweet vinagrette combination was to die for! Bread was toasted to perfection – everything about this made me go weak in the knees. Perfect start to our meal!IMG_3396

Lamb chops with potatoes. I loved the potatoes, but the lamb–not so much. It was a little tough/dry, but still tasty nonetheless. Not my fave though. Really liked the portions! IMG_3398

Filet mignon was cooked PERFECTLY. One of the best mignons we had and at a super affordable price (14$; for the price this was AMAZING). Forgot what the sauce was exactly, but it complimented the steak so well! IMG_3399With tapas portions, this place is a great place to go for foodies who wanna try a large variety without having to burst your waistlines (much).

Loved it! Go try if you’re near/passing by! 🙂

Alberto’s Italian Restaurant

100 E Chestnut, Corydon, IN 47112



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2 Responses to Alberto’s, Corydon (IN)

  1. Mike says:

    You should have hung around for the cannoli.

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