Planning a trip to Italy will take time and lots of dinero, so if you can’t make to the Amalfi Coast this summer, stop by Mare at Le Sirenuse.
What to expect: If you’re looking to feel like you’re not in Miami (because let’s face it, sometimes we need a break), we’ve got the spot for you. Step inside of Le Sirenuse at the Four Seasons at the Surf Club for lunch. This terrace, dining experience is full of flavors and a nice ocean breeze. If you’re allergic to the sun or are prone to sunburns don’t worry the outdoor patio is covered.
The menu: The menu has been carefully crafted by Chef Antonio Mermolia to bring you the flavors of his hometown of Calabria in Southern Italy. Mare highlights Mediterranean seafood in all aspects of its menu. It’s comprised of an antipasti sul mare including roasted day-boat Mediterranean octopus and Sicilian red shrimp, followed by a selection of crudo and marinato such as ahi tuna tartare and local amberjack carpaccio. The heart of the menu comes from Dal Mare, a variety of fresh seafood filets a daily selection of whole roasted fish, accompanied by fresh salads, simple pastas and classic pizzas letting ingredients.
What to order: If you want to keep it light, start off your meal with the tartare di tonno rosso with ahi tuna, marinated onions and red grapes or the carpaccio di ricciola, local amberjack carpaccio, with field greens, orange and aromatic herbs.
As far as pastas go, we recommend you try the linguine alla vongole with clams and parsley and the tagolini with cherry tomatoes and basil.
End your meal with this delicate tiramisu.
How to score a table: For reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 786 482 2280.