This was our third visit to Corso32 in the past year. Since the menu encourages sharing, we decided to go that route this visit. We ordered more appetizers than our previous visit and split an entree.
We had an antipasti special that was a ravioli with an egg yolk baked in to it, which was quite delicious, and the house-made goat ricotta, a dish we'd had and enjoyed before. For our shared entree we ordered the beef cheek, which wasn't as good as the four other entrees we've had there previously. It reminded me of a slow-cooked pot roast, served on a bed of polenta. It was alright, but possibly didn't meet my expectations.
We had the vanilla panna cotta for dessert, and it was nothing like I've ever really had before. It was very creamy and tasty. The chocolate torta is definitely a different, more indulgent kind of dessert, wheres the panna cotta was light and not super filling (good if you've already eaten a lot!).
The service at Corso is always very good.
I'm not sure we'll return again anytime soon - it took us three visits to finally use up a Christmas gift certificate, and there's other similar places in Edmonton I think we'll try first.
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