Le Sirenuse Miami brings southern Italian cuisine, time-honoured traditions and dolce vita style long associated with its founding Sersale family and famed home base in Positano.
- Raviolo Caprese
Buffalo ricotta ravioli, grape tomato sauce, Grana Padano reduction and basil.
- Battuto di Scampi
Langoustine tartare, fennel, orange zest and peranzana olives.
- Delizia al Limone
The classic Amalfi lemon dessert.
Each ingredient has its own purpose and unique flavour, and when those flavours combine in just the right way, the result is extraordinary.Antonio Mermolia Chef de Cuisine
Chef de CuisineAntonio Mermolia - Chef de Cuisine
After a season spent absorbing the tastes and culture of Le Sirenuse Miami’s sister restaurant in Positano, Chef Antonio has brought the spirit of the Amalfi Coast across the Atlantic, carefully capturing the richness and depth of the finest in Southern Italian cuisine.
I believe a plate is never finished in the kitchen alone. The way the food is presented and finished at the table is an important part of the recipe.
Dario VigilRestaurant General Manager
Influenced by his Northern Italy upbringing, sommelier and General Manager Dario Vigil has transformed Miami’s food and beverage scene at Le Sirenuse Miami and Le Sirenuse Champagne Bar.
Knowing you are playing an active part in the history of such an important building is an incredibly satisfying feeling.
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In-Room Dining at Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club is a relaxed and cozy dining experience within the comfort and convenience of your guest room or suite.