The atmosphere at Le Sirenuse Miami is elegant and sophisticated, paying homage to The Surf Club’s 1930’s origin as an elite oceanfront haven for socialites, plus the restaurant’s roots as part of the famed hotel Le Sirenuse on the breathtakingly beautiful Amalfi Coast, overlooking the sea in colorful Positano!
Parisian designer Joseph Dirand’s design respects the eclectic Mediterranean-revival framework of The Surf Club’s interiors while bringing a breath of fresh air to the oceanfront space.
Above 7 photos credit by Le Sirenuse Miami
Enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner in true Italian style, or a cocktail in the adjacent Le Sirenuse Champagne Bar. Having stayed at Le Sirenuse and dined there many times in Positano, I am pleased to report that the experience in Miami is exemplary! Chef Antonio Mermolia and team have done a fantastic job bringing Amalfi Coast panache to stylish and sophisticated Miami Beach! In a renowned international travel destination with many top hotels and restaurants that welcome a sophisticated global clientele, Le Sirenuse raises the bar substantially, offering an experience that is unrivaled anywhere in America.
The Signature Ravioli Caprese: house made ravioli filled with buffalo milk ricotta cheese, in a cherry tomato sauce, topped with drizzles of pesto and grand padano reduction makes an absolutely exquisite presentation, one of the most outstanding pasta dishes I have ever had!
Chef Mermolia creates food that is almost too beautiful to eat! The Italian native worked at Le Sirenuse in Positano to truly capture the essence of Le Sirenuse before being chosen to head the kitchen at the very first satellite operation for Le Sirenuse in the world!
After my first visit, I am proud to award Le Sirenuse Miami with the Fred Bollaci Enterprises Golden Palate Certificate of Excellence! I expect to be back many times, and can easily foresee this establishment achieving Platinum Palate recognition! It is definitely worth a trip to Miami for, in and of itself!
9101 Collins Ave.
Surfside, FL 33154